Hobart Weekly Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 1 of 18
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HOBART WEEKLY CHIEE
HOBART. KIOWA C Ol'XTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY* NOVEMBER 9, !• "
Still on the Ground Floor 1
But Removed^ to Second Door West of Postoffie,
Where we will continue to give you the Lowest Rates, Best Terms and Quickest Servi.e on JF
FARM LOANS. T
Our rlan is simple- We inspect your farm, make out your paper* and give you your money without any delay X
That is wha" we a™ here for. Ifyouwant to borrow money on your farm or wish to increase the amount already on the ^
place, Ut us figure with you. ^ /\ -r--v ifk
Second Door W«st of Postofficc, SCOTT Su SCOTT, t1obart' °kl,hom*' X
ruins now rests on its roof. A I Jesus saidj*4 suffer little children I Gin and want down town. After
little cnurch right opposite that I to come unto me and forbid them | the blow there was not a veatigo
. . .. . . _ i 1 I nA«fnn nr nnp^iva.
Cyclone Brings Heath and Destruc'
Seven Dead, Sixteen Injured — More
to the rescue
is used as a school house was
also torn to pieces. Many a (ond
parent in Mountain View has
clasped their dear children to
their hearts and thanked God
with tearful eyes that the dread
storm did not come when their
darlings were at school. The
handsome Methodist church is a
mass of ruin®. Be nebrake's large
storage ware house wa* swept
a ay. The Farmers Indepen-
dent lumber yard also Brown's
was in the path, and are wreck-
ed. (Jokers Star livery barn is
no more and miraculous to relate
not for of such is the kingdom of j left of wagon, cotton or horses.
Heaven." May the Father in | The latter were found uninjured
Heaven, who "marks even the one mile from town 8unday.
sparrows fall and ever tempers rp^e country roads in all direc-
the wind to the shorn lamb" r r tio^*\ere lined with wagons go-
and through the love and t ' ' ' '*
. . , * call on
age that all of us bear and r Q ^
der His beloved son, touch th«i' ' "
sorrowing hearts of the afflicted r . *9^
„ r f necessary reml
sorrowing neariB 01 „ . 18^ge freaks.
w.th the bounteou. blMs.ng8 of Ui(J fnmt (he ,llu n,lry of
his limitless love. May he sat- ^ were blown avvuy and
ly guide the stricken ones to w, interior ,e(t intact. iD the
entire trust in Him and have I re9ting ag in.t the
west wall were not disturbed or
At 4:30 p.m. Saturday after- tain View rushed
noon a desperate cyclone struck of their unfortunate neighbors. (
Mountain View. There was sev- Word had gone forth to adjacent of more than a hundred head of
en people instantly-killed and cities of the awful affliction, and | valuable horses not one was kill-
sixteen injured. ' There was be- doctors from Anadasko, Ft j ed. \\ ells Cotton Gtn,one of
ween fifty five and sixty houses Cobb, Carnegie, Mangum Ho- ! the finest m southwest Oklahoma
wrecked and partially or totally hart and Gotebo rushed to the is a complete wreck. Not a ves-
destroved stricken city but before their ar- lige remains only scattered cot-
The dead are: | rival the local physicians had 1 ton and twisted iron and st^el.
them lay their heavy burdens at
Jesus' feet. May he turn their
thoughts and sonls to Heaven
and lead them to say : "His y/ill
not mine be done. He doeth all
Notes of the Cyclone,
During our stay at Mountain
The dead are* irivm me iuua> paij« .w . . *.- 1 -— ; view Sunday we u ere placed un-
Frank Clark Wade White. J.! brought to the suffering relief Mr. Wells'residence was picked der deep and lasting obligations
' .. .. 1 >t 1-_ 1 1 ,A f rViot 11 r\ fiirnorl half around and set I har VTiaj 1 nnt> nf th* Furrier
S Barclay Mrs. W M. Holt, and all had been cared for that up turned half around and set
Mrs. Jennie Jones, two little i needed help. Too much cannot down off the foundation and no
be said in praise of the splendid one hurt. Shaw's barn and feed
work of the Mountain View phy- (yard are no more. Six horses
sici&ne. I were killed just north of this
A9 you drive into Mountain place. The North Side Hotel
View from the west, right at the; collapsed up like a child's play
edge of town beginning at the house of blocks and of 10 in-
tendorf Mr. Whittle, Thos Dunn, I southwest corner and running mates all escaped without injury.
Mrs Thos Smith, Judge Isaac! northeast there is a low swale or Just north of this house and as
Cray Mrs E M. McBride, Mrs. swampy piece of land along this the destroying monster was get-
O 'Broughton and child. All swale the cyclone took its course, j ting ready to say its fa re wed and
of the injured with the possible j Traveling from the southwest to | leave the city to its stricken fate
J J f.Am ; t o rvntK tKo onAQfadt Iacb r\ f lifa rPH
The injured are:
Mrs. J. C. Barclay, Little Ruth
Holt, little Holt boy, John Gor-
don, J. T. Hollis, J. D. Hollis,
Ed Hollis, A. M. Hollis, Mr. Mit-
exception of one of the Holt | the northeast and from its path
children will recover. The in- swept property and life. It
jnries except in two or three in- | seems to have formed right at
stances are not serious, consist-! the southwest corner of the town
ing of scalp wounds and broken j right by the school house a large
the greatest loss of life occured
Mr. Barclay, the Holts and Mrs.
Jennie Jones were killed. As
though satisfied with this last
fatal blow the storm king swept
Where the cyclone crowsad the
r il:*oad track the big heavy crcsa
stood to warn the crossers of the
track. The two arms of the cross
on the east side were cut off as if
with a saw, the west side stands
The width of the path of th/>
by Miss Lane of the Progress, I cyclone was in 110 plact) more
Mr. Ralston of the Republican, i than 100 ynrds. The hardest wind
our good friend M. V. Van Meter j seemed to be from 5 to 10 feet
and that accommodating gentle-1above the ground.
man and good phycician Dr. j The dead were lyinp aide by
Morgans. side in 'he dining room of the
Sheriff Ed. Ray, Carl Gordon, j Manhattan hotel. It was a sad
, , tt • i* u 1. 1 ' «iunt. Many a visitor turned
John Hams. Jim Ham.lton and ^ Jeapful eye9 and a
throbbing heart from the scene.
Mountain View will rise to
I the occasion as she always
Excursions from all over the j has in the past Her sturdy,
Territory were run in on the Rock progressive and independent
ands were view-!™« ond womanhood wilt
ing the work of
others of his force, was on the I
ground ear'y to render all assis- J
tance in their power.
Immediately after thedlire dis-
aster the noble citizens of Moun-
two story frame building which on and out striking and damag
it picked up turned up side down j ing the bridge across the Wash-
and the building crushed and
* | Farm Loans—Terms.
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We can give you TERMS on a FARM LOAN that will g
be worth from $25 to $100 to you, during the life of the loan,
and as LOW A RATE as any one.
When you need a Farm Loan come and see us. If you
can't come, write and we will come and see you. NO
DELAY. WE CLOSE THE DEAL RIGHT UP AND PAY
THE MONEY AS SOON AS THE PAPERS ARE EX-
ECUTED, NO CASH COMMISSIONS. NO REDUC-
TIONS FROM LOAN. The shrewd man watches the
terms; he knows the rate will a J just itself.
S. E. Corner Square, HOBART, OKLA.
Island and thousands were view- —;taU<iernands made upon
the cyclone on fflern They are of the race
Sunday. Mountain View took Qf people who
care of all
ita and then was gone galloping
on in space.
No further damage has been
reported north of the brige. The
dread monster had passed al-
most in a breath of time and de-
struction marked his pathway,
The Death-Angel Azrael has
visited our fair neighbor and fol-
lowing in his wake there rests a
pall of gloom, of sorrow and of
woe. The wailings of those who
weep and the sighs of the sor-
rowing rend the harrowed heart
of those that suffer and their
friends and neighbors, who
stand with open hand and swee
sympathy ready to do all that in
them lies to aid in bearing their
share of the awful woe. May
the white robed angel of Peace
bring new hope, peace and con-
tent to those whose cup of sor-
row seems full to the brim.
Let those whose little ones
have been taken remember that
j rise triam-
with her accustomed phant ovitr all difficulties
hospitality. I They will thank Ood that their af-
v flic'i n was no greater and gjrd
George Bottom, of the Sedan , theip |oins for tho work of syin-
neighborhood had just left his. pathy and help, of roiurreciion
team and wagon of cotton at the and rebuilding.
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1 HOT ICE, FARMERS!
If you want to borrow money on your farm why not
patronize home people? We make the best rate given in
Oklahoma, and pay you tho money when you sign papers.
You can pay all or any part of your loan at any interest
paying time, and stop the interest on amount paid. You
pay your interest at our office in Hobart. We are the only
company whose home office is in your county. Cali or
write us and we will come at once and inspect your place.
| The Central Investment Co.
o Office in City Alatl. Bank HOBART, OK,LJi
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Worrall, C. C. Hobart Weekly Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905, newspaper, November 9, 1905; Hobart, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270346/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.