Hobart Weekly Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 17, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Need Money to Buy That Farm ? Then see Hoover's, S. E. Cor, of Square
THE BIGGEST CLOTHING
X. M. Aiplk
C. C. Hotvuk:--
offekkd to the
HOTCHKISS, JACQUART & APPLE
Real Estate! Farm Loan Agents
farms bought and sold.
Farm Loans at Lowest Rates of Interest.
OFFICE in F. k M. National Bank Building,
Mrs. W. W. Hooper ia very
seriously ill. Her many friend*
are deeply aorry at her affliction
and ai^erely hope that there
will aoon be a change
Looking For a Location.
Mr. and Mr* T H. Walton, of
Lou Angeles. are in the city
Bi looking at Hokart and seeking a
, ## ♦ #♦♦♦♦• • ♦•♦* ♦** qimineas location. Mr. Walton
in the brother-in-law of Mr.
Continued Shipment. 1 Bradley, the popular fruit tree
. ; man. They were pleasant <-al-
There were ten cara of catUe I |er„ at our ..fftce and we hope
HOBART WEUIY CHIEF _ ..
chief mm «. mm* "™. — •**—*——
■ •—J out in the'
C. C. Worrall, Editor.
C. II. Sin ki iknk. '' i-""—•
m it. Hobart. Oklahoma, pa t oBo
(or'«r.n.n>tMtoti ibrou*n lh • S«'ond
| thirty cara ahipped
last two week*.
A Friendly Caller. Work will begin today, elean-
Our good friend Perce Bryan, ing up the compress sheds and
I . w p„,u n id UH an getting them ready for the big
published Thur-lay Aft.-rn-n o n ^ ^ ^ Sunday h..o 1 convention. Won't
Of Each V eek. 1 pPP^ ^ ^ wt.lcome vUitor He in forget the mass meeting May 2S
one of those true democrats from in the evening, to make final ar-
Mountain Park, who stands true rangments to entertain the city s
to hi. friends and his party. He visitors on May 29. and.the days
will return home Thursday even-1 following. Let everyone
*1. Per Year.
uw l 5 conu Uf I10 w"k
Display rat", |I *B on ippllcillo#
We handle a large line of
phonographs and recorda. Re-
member these goods are etriotly
one price the world over. Call
and see us when you are in Ho-
bart and make your own selec-
tion. We will appreciate your
trade and try and make your call
a pleasant one. The Waggoner
Music House, 1st door west of
post ofGoe* 6-16*2d lw.
Big Clean Stock of Fashionable Clothing Offered in Two Special Lots
LOT NO. 1.
Ml $20.00, 18.00, 16.50 Suits, choice
These garments compose all our custom-tailored line. They embody the style,
quality and workmanship—that proves them the product of a high class tailoring
inatitutlon. We apecially invite you to see our line of clothing and make com-
parisons. Our clothing ia marked in plain figures, and are the greatest values
ever shown in this new country. Clothing—that'a our business—we give our
entire attention to the proper selection of clothing. Civ ut a look.
LOT NO. 2.
Ail $14.50, 15.50, 12.50 Suits, choice
Battunor' '■ ' Ybr
This line composes both two and three piece suits. Pure worsteds, cashmeres,
serges and tweeds. See window display. This line is positively without com-
petition. Our 812.50 suits are equal to any 815.00 suits offered by many. We
are not buying space to misrepresent our goods. If not as advertised—dont buy.
Take a look.
Gone to Beaver.
Mr. Neil 8. Brown, one of Ki
ova's leading oitizens leaves for
Beaver oounty, to m*ke hia fu-
ture home tomorrow. He will
looate ot Goodwell. Mr. Brown
haa acted as justice of the peace
while living here and has dis-
charged his duties well. Hia
many frienda are sorty to
him leave us, but all wish him
good luck and success in hia new
Editor Everton Departs.
Editor Everton, of the Moun-
tain Park Lence has gone to
Wister Junction, I. T., and will
install a newspaper in that thriv-
ing town. He sold the Lance to
the Bank at Mountain Park, and
it is now edited by Mr. Clarence
Noel, who at one time waa editor
and part owner of the Chief.
We wiah Mr. Noel succeaa in hia
new field and venture.
' A New Town.
Si* miles west of 8nyder the
Frisco has put in a switch, and
this looation is already becoming
an important shipping point.
There are two heavy wagon
scales that are kept busy weigh-
ing oorn and other products for
shipment, an elevator and a
big general store eatabliBhed.
The switch ia on the farm of A.
O. Oriasom. There is a fine
country tributary to this new
town and it will be a good trad-
ing point. We drove into Sny-
der from the west last Saturday
Dr. B. F Burke has our
thanks for an extra nice box of
strawberries of his own raising.
Some of them are four and one-
half and five inches in circum-
ference and all have a fine flavor.
Like many other goods things
that come from that state they
are known as the "Texas straw
berry." They are hardy, very
prolific, grow to a large size and
have a fine flavor. Kiowa coun
ty is certainly the land of diver-
Floater Mot Identified.
Coroner Jenie Burke reports
that the body of the man, found
in the Washita river, has not
been identified and that he prob-
ably committed suicide. His
feet were tied together with a
piece of old window curtain, and
around his body a heavy iron
plate was fastened with a rope.
The wound on the head was not
a serious one. The body was
interred at Mountain View Wed
Special in Clothing
Special in Clothing
JOHNSrON BROS I hmom
Call For Socialist
Hon. Wm. Cross.
Your Uncle Bill was a Chie f
oaller Tuesday and is the same
companionable gentleman and
unterrified democrat he has al-
City Council Meets.
The city council met in ad
journed session last night. Mr.
Smith of the Des Moines Bridge
and Iron Company, was present
and talked "stand pipe" to the
oity dads. Routine business was
transacted and an ordinance
passed authorizing the mayor to
close up contracts for extending
the water works. Inasmuch as
- the voters expressed their wish
and found the roads very bad al the polls for a "stand pipe"
and some of the bridges danger- |the council are inclined to build
ousto cross. This will divert
quite a lot of the Snyder traffic
to this new point.
A Busy Town is Snyder.
As a trading point and busi-
ness center there is no city of
its size in Oklahoma that excels
Snyder. Saturday the volumn
of business transacted there
would have done credit to Hobart.
The town was full of peopel and
one if they have money enough.
Mr. Smith has given us some
figures for publication, and
soon as we have them verified
by Joe Derrough and O. E. No-
ble, the oity engineer we will
Leased The Brock Hotel.
Mr. W. H. Carpenter, of El
Reno, has leased the Brock ho-
tel. Mr. Carpenter is a hotel
A convention for the purpose
of nominating candidates for
To the socialists of Kiowa
In accordanoe with a referee
dum vote of the locals of the so
oialist party in Kiowa oounty,
you are notified that a conven-
tion of socialists will meet in the
oity of Roosevelt, Kiowa county,
Oklahoma, on Wednesday, June
6th, at 10 o'clock a.m.
This meeting will be for the
purpose of nominating candi
dates for the offices to be filled
in the November election, for
electing a county central com
mittee, and|for such other busi
ness as may come before the
All socialists are requested to
be present to take part in the
Comrade Geo. W. Dwyis, ter-
ritorial organizer, will be with us
on that date and will deliver an
address. J. M. PlLCHER,
Milton C. Chanden,
Will Locate Here.
We made mention Monday of
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Walton, rel-
atives of Mr. H. 8. Bradley, be-
ing in Hobart to seek a location.
The parties are Mr. J. H. Walton
and his sister, Miss T. 8. Wal-
ton. They will probably locate
here and engage in the hotel
Don't Forget To Go
The big excursion goes to Law-
ton Sunday. Hobart base ball
club wants plenty of rooters and
wants 'em bad. We must not let
our string of victories be broken.
SI. 25 for the round trip. Train
leaves on Frisco at 7:30. Tick-
ets at post office Saturday. Go 11
Rock Island Excursions.
American Association of Nur-
serymen, $9.65 round trip, on sale
June 11 and 12, return
Log Rolling M. W. A., 85.40
round trip, on sale May 20 to 24,
return limit May 25.
Kentucky Home Coming, $29.55
round trip, on sale June 11 to 13,
return limit 30 days from date of
Brotherhood St. Andrew of the
Protestant Episcopal Church
$19.10 round trip, on sale October
16 and 17, return limit 30 days
from date of sale.
Des Moines, la.
General assembly Presbyter-
ian church. $20.55 round trip.
On sale May 14, 15, 16, 17, 21
and 23. Return limit May 31st.
A. B. Harding, Agent.
At Briles' Park.
Briles' Park was opened to
the public Thursday evening and
a very large crowd was in at-
tendance. Music was furnished
by the Hobart band and one of
the grandest balls of the season
was given. Mr. Jessie Briles
had everything in perfect order
and every accommodation and
courtesy was shown the guests
Delinquent Personal Tax
The warrants for the collection
of the delinquent personal tax
are now in the hands of the sher-
iff. They bear 18 per cent inter-
est and a penalty and costs will
be added by law for collection.
It wonld be a saving to borrow
money at a smaller percent and
pay your taxes. Please give
this your attention. Under the
law I must colleot these taxes. I
wish to add nothing to your al-
ready heavy tax burden but
must do my duty.
d & w Ed C. Ray, 8heriff
Omaha, Neb., annual meeting
Baptist Young People's Union.
On sale'July 10-11-12-13. Re-
turn limit July 18th.
A Bull Calf and
the Pound Master.
From WMneiday'i Ualiy.
The getnleman who has been
appointed pound master should
hire a phone and establish
himself in a place so that the
Andy James in Town.
We missed mention of our friend,
Andy, Wednesday until it was
too late to tell the many readers
of the Chief that the genial auc-
tioneer, who made us all well off,
selling us lots at low prices, in
the original lot sale, was in the
city.' Andy has a world of
friends here who are always glad
to see him. He says Hobart is
the best ever.
oe mane w —' , , , , , .
good fare and service as can he ing and have not found him The
f. ..iff hall hntn
obtained in Oklahoma.
In retiring from the active
management of the hotel Mrs.
Brock can well take pride in the
hostelry that she has established
in Hobart and the class of pa-
tronage she has gained. Mrs.
Broc^ will take a well earned va
ill© town wan iuii ui • ... -
had money to .pend, .nd m.n oli.id<oitl„n, „nd him.
were .pending it. There ia great | Maindi g , dM(l and fjrat The entire night police
•ctirity in real oetote and every-1' P E ((<1„ wiH force were looking lor him ever
down from Hobart greeting his
many friends. The judge's po-
litical fences do not need any
paTching in the south end, so fie
must h ave been busy outside of
politics. The democrats of the
city are slowly recovering from
the terrible and unsuspected blow
they received in the city election.
Banker Cormack, Post Master
Baily and other prominent re-
publicans were all smiles, while
in the democratic camp there
was a pall of gloom and sorrow .
Well, cheer up, boy*, it might
have been worse.
fire department, city hall, both
jails and "Central" have been
called but no news of the pound
A bull calf critter has been
terrorizing and destroying north
Main, Washington and Boundary
streets for twenty-four hours.
S 8 8 S
Brocjt will take a^weu earneu \ a- ^ ^ ^ up ^ garden(j
cat.on and w 11 visit friends anJ ^ ^ ^ in9;rient
relatives in Oklahoma City Btorm caves and whipped «■
Kanses. As clerk of the hotel ... „ , 'T ,
. , (r&n8 doc;. H0 n&8 nsd
Jones Irwin has made many . *
' , , ... . . tV" sway in the north end.
friends and added much to the
On farms and city property. Best rates
and terms. Quick service• Farms and
city property bought and sold Call
and see me. Office over Dixie Store.
W. E. CORN
Denver, Colo., and Pueblo,
Colo., $22.90 round trip.
The above rates are authoriz
ed account Grand Lodge and
Protective Order of Elks. To
held at Denver July 16 to 21st.
Tickets on sale July 10th to
15th inclusive. Liberal stop
overs allowed. Return limit
Aug. 20th. Also liberal side
trips authorized to the many
points of interest.
Springfield. Ill , and return
one fare plus $2.00. Account
annual meeting German Baptist
i Bretheren. On sale May 8lst.
to June 1st. and 2nd. Final re-
in tuc uui... j turn limit June 15th. An exten-
Brock There are more dutie9 attached - sion until June 30th can be se-
to being a policeman and pound j cureij on payment of 50 cents.
master than wearing a star and, . „(n,n
——- .... , Louisville, Ky.. and return
ooking wise ! «?2W 55. Account, Home Coming
ham was on the force he attend-, ^ Kentuckians. Xhe8e
ed to these matters when report- j on ^ June ^
ed to him The citizens who J J ^ ^ Return ^
have worked for years O raise gid, tri lo all int8
trees and flowers and bea.tify j From Loui8viUe
our city, don t want a mangy ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
bull calf to destroy all their work , R1
3 au W . a rv\ your chance to visit the Blue
in a day and then be taxed more | J
to pay officers who do not do ra89
their duty. At the time of writ-
ing this articie the search for the
pound master is being diligently
ANY a man gets tired by trying to
be properly attired. Some of those
who attired him ought to get a rest
or be arrested. The average cloth«
ier thinks he is doing his duty when
he covers a man for so much money. We
make a point of perfectly fitting, not simply
covering. And not only fit, but style; not
merely style, but excellent durability in the
And it all goes to suit the thin purse,
Let's clothe you correctly with a
MEW SPRING SUIT
We have the Stein-Bloch; hart, Shaffer
& Marx, and the S. JVI.& S. garments, three
unquestionable lines for you to select from.
See Our Windows.
Oklahoma City May 21st and
22nd. one and one third fare, re-
turn limit May 24; account
THE DIXIE STORE!
Slaner Bros. 6r Co. °
| Maner aros. er i*o. ;
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