The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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TO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH.
Tht odihrateil Dr. AhernctKv of London huh firmly of the oninion that disor-
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rung fust. I'mlay 1 am strong unit well and run do a big
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II To the People of Hobart and adjacent territory and
nounces that on Thursday, May 9, at 12:40 o'clock.
your city to make their
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The purpose of this call is to renew friendships, improve
trade relations, and discuss with you ways and means for
up-building our great state. We anticipate much pleasure in
seeing you on this occasion and hope that a generous share of
this Season's prosperity will be yours.
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CITY SCHOOL BOARD
IN A DEADLOCK
Installed in Office But Cannet Agree
on President—Two Factions
Mm. L, Pulley hns a neice, Mrs,
Richard of Heminule vii«itintf her.,
MiHtlaiiu'b Clin 11 tnl Ge'l. Irwin ut
tended the t'ouiinencmcut exercise* at
Hobart Haturdiiy night.
Mis, Wulker of ne.tr Cooperton was at
Komalty between trains Friday.
Mr Hull wan a buaiocAR viaitor
to (i it«bu Snturnay.
Pli ii.^Hiit Vnlloy held n mi'Ptinu^ntur.
(lay night to discuss the pros and C"nt-
of uoosoliiiated school.
Dr. Stork droped n baby girl at ti c
Bannister homo Friday.
Mr J 1$ Hill left Suturday mornuiL'
forMdoiin.fi ., to visit a brother who
hail l.vtnly In on badly hurt in a saw
Mrs 1'. It. Huckleberry* mother and
pikers. Mrs. .1. fJ. Cobutn and Miss
Birdie ' f Mohart,spent Sumliiy with her.
Mrs. llrsoti after a week visit at Lone
W If returned Sunday accompanied by
her sister Mrs. Lih*.
Mrs. Coulter's mother Mrs. Hubm of
Hobart SunHayed with her.
Mm. (Jreenlee after visiting her f lk>
Mr. and Mrs. Waid for several days n -
t'lrned to her home at Granite Friday.
The youiii.'people of l'leasaut Valley
spent a very enjoyable evening Saturitay
at the home of Mr. O. O. lleasley.
Miss Welch had for Sunday guest
Miss Kay Stacy of Hobart.
Mrs. Hoy Peveler after spending a
week with her uncle's family at Gotebo
returned home Tuesday.
Masters Roy Gilhune, Charlie Funson
and Keys spent Monday visiting Gentry
Mesdames Anderson, Wells, Lucas,
Millican. Hill, Addington and Little of
Gotebo were entertained at a two
course luncheon at Mrs. Coulter's Fri-
day. The ladies came on the 7:09 train
returning on the 7:10.
Monday's storiu looked very threat-
ning for a while hut nothing serious. A
heavy rain accompanied by a light hail
at Komalty, but north 3 miles was
much more hail.
GO TO THE
DUNLAP DRUG CO.
FOR FRESH DRUGS,
Toilet Articles and Sundries
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
TO PRESCRIPTION WORK
M. L. McCOY, Phar.
Pftone Store 10. Res. 172
Storage & Livery
Best Teams and Vehicles i
the City at
Piano and House Moving
The school board convened Monday
evening and held a session which will be
remembered by all for some time to
come. It was of the do-nothing
variety, showing clearly that two factions
with an equal number of representatives
compose the board,
The old or retiring board passed a few
accounts and transacted other business
prior to the installation of the new
The new members consisting of W. E.
Gentry, C. R, Harter, A. L. Wagoner, J.
B. Boles, VV, H. Carleton, G. W. Cald-
well and G. W. Kutch, were qualitied,
Clerk Jesse Fields administering the
At once the new members proceeded
to business; and to organize A. L.
Wagoner, J. L. Burke and W. W. Row-
land were nominated for president of
the board. Mr. Rowland withdrew bis
name and refused to be a candidate.
Nominations were closed, leaving but
two aspirants for the honor. Burke ana
Wagoner. The first ballot was a tie,
standing 5 to 5. The second was
immediately taken and the result was
After the third ballot had been taken
and a deadlock aseured.it was suggested
that the retiring president, A. W. Hall,
who was presiding while the incoming
board was trying to organise, be permit
ted to cast the deciding vote. Objec-
tions were made on the ground that
such would be illegal. So they pro-
ceeded to ballot, the result each time
being the same, 5 to 5.
A motion to adjourn was made. It
was voted down, 6 to 4. Then, after the
eighth ballot had been taken. Banks,
Gentry and Rowland were nominated.
When the vote was taken it stood as be-
fore, 5 to 5 for Wagoner and Burke, the
result remaining the same.
After balloting 'steen times without
accomplishing anything, they tinally ad
journed to meet tonight (Tuesday) to
In one of the ballots the result stood
Wagoner 5,Bnrke 4, one not voting. The
presiding officer held that, in order to
elect, a majority of the board present
was necessary to a choice.
From present indications tbi* board is
hopelessly divided. The division is not
wholly, or perhaps in part, due to objec-
tions to either of the men named for
president. Each represents a faction
and it does not matter who i.~ named for
president the same objections will be
urged. For the good of the schools it is
hoped that all differences will be arnica*
bly adjusted at the meeting tonight.
The summer school in charge of Prof.
F. C, Thompson will commence work
Monday. May 13, probably at tbe Emer-
son schoolhouse, or at whichever build-
ing is found most convenient for a ma-
jority of the class.
There will be daily sessions but only
during the morning hours. Studies and
recitation will begin at eight to half-
past eight, as may be agreed upon by
the pupils, and the work will continue
steadily until noon.
Already eight pupils have applied for
admission to the class, and it is desired
to increase this to a dozen or fifteen to
decrease the cost per pupil.
Prof. Thompson and Superintendent
Caldwell believe the pupils of such a
class will have no trouble in advancing
one class by the time school opens next
fall, allowing for this week of vacation
and a month between August 15 and
Sept. 11, which is the earliest date the
regular fall term can begin.
Any pupils ambitious to advance a
class during the next three months are
invited to join the elass and take the
work. It is estimated that the expense
will be about Kfteen dollars per pupil,
which it has been agreed must be paid
in advance to insure regular attendance
and the carrying out of the plan for pro-
Soap and Ointment
No other emollients do so much
for pimples, blackheads, red,
rough and oily skin, itching,
sealy scalps, dry, thin and falling
hair, chapped hands and shapeless
nails. They do even more for skin-
tortured and disfigured infants.
AlUkoujcli Cutlcura Rofip And Ointment are
•old by dnifCKtaie) di aler* everywhere, a liberal
wmiple of each, with 32-imae booklet on ihe rare
and trrattneui of wkin and h«!r. will be §ent pout
trtt, 011 application to •TuU^ra." Dent. A. Burton.
Dandruff ? Co To Your Doctor
railing M«lr Ditndriiff
Nvcr'fttlitr Vi||or nromplh rinfroy* the gcrnii
1 hat caufte fallltui tun It nnorUhcK the h«ir
Aver'* llalr Yifor hiM ** promptly dctlmyt the
gcrma that caiiac dandruff. Jt remove* every
..... ,, numiftov* mc nair
t ulb*. rrMoreft them to health The hair Mor*
.tiling outgrow* rapidly, , iM ,,n anu in . heaitny ccnuitlon.
DOES (NOT COLOR THE HAIR
J r AT rt'Mti| 1 0 :i, M1.11.
p«"Mn nisi iauM Msnuriin. 11 rvmmrii every
trace of damlitiif itftell, and keep* the tcalp
111.in anJ In 4 healthy ci<tHllll«n.
YUMA CANAL IS COMPLETED
The most dangerous and difficult ec-
gineering work undertaken by the U. 5.
Reclamation Service, the building of a
1,000-foot siphon lW'feet under tbe CoU
orado River, from California to Arizona,
at Yuma, has just been accomplished.
The opening of the canal will open
100,000 acres of the Yuma irrigation
project. Water will be turned into the
cunal late this month and the formal
celebration will be held June 27.
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can doit by applying
Chamberlin's Liniment and massaging
the parts freely at each application. For
sale by all dealers.
PLANT 600D SEED
PIONEER DOTS AND DASHES
Cotton planting is the order of the
day. Everybody who is familiar with
cotton culture knows the advantage of
having good seed of a good variety.
By planting such a variety as the
Mebane, the acreage can be reduced and
as much of the staple produced as could
be secured from a large acreage of tbe
It is easier picked, the bolls being
larger, and it is peculiarly adapted to
tbe soil and climate of Southwestern
Oklahoma. Twelve bundred pounds of
seed cotton produces a five hundred
pound bale. Hence it is to the farmers'
interest to plant the Mebane and save
handling so much seed cotton to get a
bale of lint.
The Chamber of Commerce is band-
ling a car of first class Mebane seed at
actual cost, and all farmers who have
not secured some of these seed should
do so before the supply is exhausted.
After the 15 no more seed can be had
from the Chamber of Commerce.
The wind has not ceased to blow.
Mr. Collins left last week for Rock-
ford, 111,, to be present at his brother's
55th wedding anniversary.
Mrs. Cotter and daughters and Bar-
ton Groseclose spent Sunday at W. S.
Walter llowl and Charles Meyers
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
John Wheeler was a week end guest
at the White Grigory home.
Mrs. Thomas visited Mrs Bud Lyle
The young people are busy preparing
the program for Mothers' Day.
W. H. Copple was calling on friends
in this locality Tuesday.
Arthur Alexander ate Sunday dinner
with Beatty Mahaflie,
Miss Fannie Johnson spent the week
end with her parents in Hobart.
A. T. Hunter and wife were calling at
Harlan Davis's Sunday.
Mrs. OHie Brown's babies are having
a light siege of roseola.
J. B. Hill left Saturday to visit his
brother in Georgia.
Last Friday night's storm did no spe-
cial damage here.
Cyclone caves are occupied quite fre-
quently of late.
Miss Leinma Grigory and brother,
Carl, were Hobart visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Grigory ate Sun>
day supper at the Allegood home.
Our Sunday school was favored with
a number of songs last Sunday by the
Grigory Brothers Quartet.
The Cheapest Kind
Why not avoid expensive accidents to
employees? Jiliminate dangerous belts and
line shafts from your factory and install our
safe individual motor drive — safe because
any employee can instantly shut off power,
from any desired point, in time to prevent
Besides being the cheapest kind of liability
insurance for you this method of drive gives
a perfect and instant speed control and is
Let us prove these assertions by referring
you to satisfied users.
HOBART ELECTRIC CO.
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Directors and OSicera
Jno. F. Williams
w. r. Cuppy
Call a Cab From the Rock Barn
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
Always at Your Service, Any hour of the Day or Night
Telephone Number Seven
WILLIAMS & FITZGERALD. Prop
0. W. KUTCH
Bus & Baggage Transfer
Bus leaves Nash Hotel 20 minutes be-
fore each train. City patronage given
Phone 54 Bus£well heated
Payne wants your cash trade also
your chickens, eggs and butter and
will pay you the highest market price
for same, cash or trade. Ed Thayer's
old stand, east side of the square, phone
125. Hobart, Okla. w 4t
A SAD DEATH
Women who marry either get the best
or the worst of it.
BODIES OF DEAD BOSSES
Daniel Boone is known as the greatest
Indian hunter because his admirers in-
vented big stories about him. The facts
probably are that he ran as often as
other men and missed is many shots.
In a speech in Ohio, Monday, Presi-
dent Taft, in discussing Roosevelt, said:
"Would you think that if Mr. Roosevelt
were nominated and elected president
we would not have any more bosses?
"I cannot promise you any such thing
if I am elected, because I am not en-
gaged in going about cutting off the
heads of bosses. I cannot do it. It takes
the sanction of the people at home to
reform matters. I don't recollect in the
spven years that Mr. Roosevelt waspres-
ident that his path was strewn with tbe
bodies of dead bosses he had killed.
After an illness of nearly two months,
Thomas Frederick Stingily, aged 3 years
and 9 months, departed this life at 4:30
o'clock Monday afternoon, May 6tb, and
his spirit returned to Him who gave it.
For the pa9t few weeks the little one
hovered between life and death, but
Death was the victor despite tbe watch-
ful and loving care of doting parents
and sympathizing and helpful friends.
Tbe deceased was a bright and lovable
child, the idol and joy of its parents, and
its death has left them heart broken and
Funeral services were held at the
family residence, 200 South Hill street.
Tuesday at 3 p. ni. Rev. E. A. Howard,
assisted by Rev. Geo. D. Willingham.
conducted the services, after which in-
terment took place in Hobart cemetery.
To the grief-stricken parents the Re-
publican extends heartfelt sympathy.
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Pate, J. M. The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1912, newspaper, May 9, 1912; Hobart, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc236061/m1/3/?rotate=270: accessed September 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.