The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1912 Page: 6 of 8
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES
C., K. I. & P. It. K.
No. 72ft, Passenger 12:13 p. m.
No. 727, Passenger 6:40 p. m.
No. 787, Local 1:55 p. m.
Mo. 7241, Passenger 2:4ft p. m.
Mo. 728, Passenger 7:50 a. m.
Mo. 788, Local 9:25 a. m.
Locals carry passengers. Special stock
train Sundays and Tuesda* >.
ST. L. & S. P .. R.
No. 811, Passenger 7:00 p. m.
No. 675. Passenger H:4;" n. nr
No. 649, Local 11:15 a.m.
No. 6:15, Fast freight 4:25 a. m.
Mo. 670, Passenger 11:15 a. m
No. 674, Passenger 0:08 p. m
No. 648, Local 1 :. W p. ra
No. 8.'M, Fast freight 10:25 a. m
CITY FATHERS IN
New Standing Committees Appointed
by Mayor Long City Hall Plana
Adopted and Bids Ordered.
Dr. W. S. Smith
Oftice 100J W. 1th St., Hobart, ok.
Oflloo Phono 158 Residence 421
Df*. D. M. Brenneman,
PHONES-Office, 3; Residence, 331
Neff Bldg., Over Home State Hank
Hohakt, • Okka
J* L. BURKE
;Phone 175 Hobart, Oklahoma
E. L. KOUP
Calls day or night. Phone 242
DR. J. R. GILMOUR
Registered Osteopathic Physician
Practicn in all dieeH« *. Ton years exper-
ience. Ottl<e over City Stato Hank, Ho-
bart, Okla, Office hours 9 to 12 a. in , 1 to
Ip.m. All other hour* by ai>i>uiturnout.
Drs.T.S. StarKeViLuclla 5tarkey
Chiropractic adjnatmoutg will remove the
eanao of yourdi*ea*e when all other rem-
ediim liavn failml. 729 8o. Jefferson St.
DR. h. C. LLOYD
Office in Corn Building
PHONE 116 HOBART, OKLA,
Dr. J.R. DALE,Oculist
Mr entire timefciven to dieeasos and de-
formities of the eye, ear, nose aud throat.
Office over Moores & Caudill'B store
Phone 298 Hobart. Oklahoma
LENAU & HAYDON
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Rental Property a Specialty
Let us sell your real estate, write
your insurance and rent your property
| HOTCHKISS, THAYER & CO
FARM LOANS, REAL ESTATE
I Rear City State Bank. Phone 63
DR. B. W. BABCOCK
Office Stone Barn Phone 7
Residence Phone 442 - Hobart, Okla.
READY TO LEAVE!
We are ready to leave the barn at
any time to move and store your
stoves and furniture, haul your
trunk to and from the depots.
We have the only up to-date, com-
plete line of spring wagons in the
city. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable. For informa
•ion call office man. Phone 252.
Location 605 S. Main St.
•. K. Transfer & Storage Co.
Pursuant to call the city council con.
vened in special session Monday evening
at 8 o'clock for the purpose of organiz-
ing the new council and transacting
other business of a pressing nature. All
members, except K. L. Waggoner, were
present with .Mayor C. G. Long presid
One of the tint acts of the meeting
was the announcing by Mayor Li ng of
the standing committees, which areas
Finance Ball, Smith and Waggoner.
Fire and Water—Ash, brenneman
Street and Alley—Brenneman, White
Sewer—Davis, Whittington and
Ordinance- White A*h and Davis.
I"it> Property -Waggoner, Hall and
Sidewalks--Whit*-. Brenneman and
Street Lightning—Smith, Ball and
The chairman of each of the com-
mittees is the one whose name heads the
After the committees were announced
the council proceeded to elect a chair-
man for the ensuing term. R. B. Aah
was placed in nomination by Council-
man White. The nomination was duly
seconded, when J. Ramsey Davis moved
that nominations be closed and that Mr.
Ash be elected by acclamation. Tho
same was done, and Mr. Ash was unani-
All new members of the council bad
previously qualified, and with tthe elec-
tion of Mr. Ash as president of the
council and the appointment of new
committees by the Mayor, the new ad
ministration was ready for business.
The Hrst act was to adopt the Ether-
ton plans and speciticationslfcfor a new
city hall at the northwest corner of the
square. The plans as heretofore sub-
mitted, with a few minor changes as to
partitions, were adopted.
The estimated cost is about 140,000.
The auditorium is 70 by 78 feet, with a
gallery of approximately one-half the
rtoor area of the auditorium, giving a
seating capacity of 2,500.
The details of the building have been
published heretofore and all are pre-
sumably familiar with the plane.
The city clerk was directed to adver-
tise for bids, the same to be opened
June 11, 3912.
As this was all the business properly
11 come before the council at this meet
ing adjournment was taken.
CROPS IN GOOD CONDITION
J. H. Anderson of Snyder, editor of
the Kiowa County Democrat, was in the
city Wednesday. He reports a Hne rain
Tuesday afternoon over the south half
of the county, and says crops in that
section were never better at this season
of the year. There have been no violent
winds or hailstorms to injure the crops,
and no drouth to retard their growth.
I will ship your cream for you and
get you the highest market price for
same. My first shipment will be Tues-
day March 14 and then 1 will ship twice
a week Tuesdays and Saturdays. JEd
Thayer's old stand east side of the
Bquare. Payne's Gro. Store. Hobart,
Just as we had almost forgotten about
it. news comes comes from Washington
that there is to be a vigorous probe of
the money trust. When?
Secretary McVeagh's determinatioa
to have banknotes made smaller will ba
ail right, but it will not command the
enthusiastic support that would be
given to a workable scheme that would
make them easier to get.
Col. Green, son of the richest woman
in America, gives out the news that he
has received 1,000 proposals of marriage
and is getting tireii of the rush. Still
isn't anything to the worry he would
have if he accepted all of them.
What Texans Admire
Us hearty, vigorous life; according to
i Hugh Tallman, f Antonio. We
tind." he writes, that Dr. King's New
Life Pills surely put new life and energy
! into a person. Wife and I believe they
! are the best made." Excellent for
! stomach, liver or-kidney troubles. 2f>c
i at Co'ner Drug sti.re.
j It would surprise you to know of the
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lain s Tablets. Oariu;- Downey of New- i
berg Junction. N. B. writes My wife
has been using Chamberlain's Tablets I
j and tinds them very effectual and doing
her much good. If you have any |
trouble with your ftomacb or bowels
j give them a trial For sale by all deal
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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/m1/6/: accessed December 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.