Hobart Weekly Chief (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 2 of 18
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The Minstrel Show.
In the leading Photograph
Gallery in the city of Ho-
bart (the l**"t county seat
in Oklahoma). All work
guaranteed U> he the best.
Call and ne« u* and you
will he trent«nl right.
SEP. LIVW6TS0W, ProprHtar.
CLAY I LE6ERW00D,
Til Hustling RmI EsUte Otiltrs.
We have buyers that buy. If
you want to well your farm lint it ( pie.
with uh at your own price and we hit as had and small as his wag
will do the rent We sell more
The p+opls of Hobart are ex-
ceedingly liberal in their patron-
aye of amusements. They are
discriminating as well as charit* ■
able in their judgement of ex-
hibitions. They do not find fault
with high price* for worthy en-
tertainments. They are entitled
to have got d shows because their
attendance warrants it.
Clu's 8un, some years ago, run
a very small wagon road show
that drove around in the moun-
tains of Pennsylvania and did the
best it could. We suppose he
has closed his show for the winter
| and sent his ten cent concert
troup "out west" to fool the peo-
His minstrel show is every
farms than any firm in Kiowa
county. We do business on the
square and guarantee satisfac-
tion. First door west Hobart
National Bank, Hobart, Okla.
Wm. J. Hoemcheldt, ...
JUSTICE of the PEACE an exact imitation of a man
Rkal Kstatk. Notary Public.
N. W. Cor. 3rd and Main Sts.,
Phelps Httld'K, up stairs,
Oorrf-i-ond-ncr Hoik-ll*d mm * _i
English mil (IrrwMi. w nouurt.
KEYS, RUMMONS A CLINK,
A ttorney s - at • La w.
Offiv o*«r Hobart N*ttow l tank. «
HOBART, - OKLAHOMA.
on circus ever was.
Nine men sat in a row, five of
them were so pretty they would
not black up. One end man was
worth his board. The tenor sing-
er has lost his voioe calling hogs
intheoldPenn state. He gave!
ing a cross-cut saw, fully as,
sweet and harmonious. The |
•'California baritone" had better |
keep headed toward home and J
1 then quit. The "English basso" :
was not so bad. The female im- |
personator was vulgar and in- ,
decent and should have been
driven from the stage. There
was one finished artistic act,
"The Tramp Juggler."
:r- • -^tecialties were rotten,
hart. ^foj-mers were so few and
eamplt y, p00p that they were
5^*ft?iiamed to furnish a program
with their nam«9, All in all it
£ ♦ ♦ ♦♦« *****************
MORSE A 8TANDEVEN.
Attorneys at Law.
Hlpprn Huildtnr n* Hobart. Oklahoma
Jam<<« K TolNrt. * D B^rrjr. John T. Hay*.
Tolbert, Berry frlHays.
D* Hobart, Okla.
OflW o*er City
TERRAL, McOl'IRE & PARKER.
Attorneys at Law.
Up stairs, one door west of tht
Practic in all courts.
I TO ALL \
I the !
I PEOPLE I
was a bad ten cent show.
The Opera House, under its |
present management has sadly
deteriorated. There is an abso-!
lute lack of any ventilation, the^
walls are as filthy and dirty as
the walls of a Pollak boarding :
house in a coal mining camp. The
floor is greasy and dirty. N01
paint or kalsomining has ever
been used inside. The city ■
should fee to it that it is cleaned
up before the big excursion:
! come? the 23rd of this month.
During this diphtheria trouble
we call the attention of the I
health officers to the bad odors. |
ventilation and dirt in the opera I
house. It should be disinfected,
the floors scrubbed and the wall*
whitewashed. It is a plaoe of
public asemblage and the public
are interested in these matters.
If you a
wart to sell ymr
? looking for
at the highest price be
and see ns.
I South Main, Hobart. Okla.
Si ti>taction Guaranteed.
GRESHAM & PAYNE
They are giving the Greatest Bargains ever offered in Hobart in
Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing ^
Ladies' Skirts and Petticoats.
Here goes for prices on Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing:
St5. OO Suits.
Sale Price $12.48
$7.50 Ladies' ?kirts, Sale
" 44 4.49
44 44 5.19
&5.00 Pants, Sale Price $5.65
$4.50 Sr $5.00 Petticoats
. . . . $5.29
5.50 Sr $4.00 Petticoats
5. OO Petticoats, Sale price 1.80
We also carry an immense new siock 01 ury uuuu*, dww, ^
Gents' Furnishings, and a complete large General Store stock of
staple merchandise. We buy in large quantities cheap tor cash. \Ve
have everything vou want. We are selling all our goods at the
lowest possible prices, corresponding with the prices quoted here.
Look us up. We will save you money. & & & & & &
Pr«>f. Rule is doing everything
' in his power to protect the city
; schools against diptheria gaining
J a foothold among the scholars
J entrusted to his care. He is as-
* sisied in every way possible by
J v ur 1 >oal physicians, who assure
► us that they have the sickness
J well in hand. They need the
J thorough co-operation of our
* citizens in their work and should
* have it. Hobart is especially
J fortunate in having so competent
* and able a school superintendent
* as Mr. Rule and doubly fortun-
* ate in having such an efficient
* and gentlemanly *.-^rps of physi-
LET US FIGURE
ON YOUR BILL!
J. S. MAYFIELD LUMBER CO.
COR. 5TH <Sh WASHINGTON. - PHONE 99.
R. F. P No.
Residence N . \V. _
; Mountain Parle, Okla.
The Chif.f called up the Okla-
homan at Oklahoma City this
morning and was talking with
them in less than two minute?
and the service was first class.
Now if "fixer" Bellamy will only
be reasonable and meet our peo-
ple halt way. Hobart will have *
fine phone service and the com-
pany a good bunch of fair mind-
ed warm supporters, who are al-
ways willing and ready to helj:
those who help Hobart
Rock Island System.
Pallas Fair.—$3 S3, on sale
Nov. 10th, returning leave Dallas
Oklahoma City, Womans F. C.
—*4.o0 on sale Nov. 10th, return
Cotton pickers' rate of 2 cents'
1 from Ft. Worth and Dallas, re-
gains in effect until Nov. loth.
Ei Paso, Texas. §26.10. On !
Sale N^v. 10-11 and 12:h, return !
, limit to. and including the 2o:h
"an be extended.
Trade Where it's to Your
Interest to do so. : : :
We can make it so when wanting anything in the Gro-
cery or Provision line. We handle the celebrated Cherokee
Flour, Queen High Patent. Our line is complete and of the best
quality for the money. We pay the best prices for your
produce. Give us your patronage.
LOVE BROS., Hobart, Okla.
Mrs. C. H. Sherburne and
children went to Mountain Park
| ^undav evening to spend a few
I days visiting her parents.
Ay er's Pills]
The dose is one, just one pill
mild, certain. They cure
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a beautiful brown or rich Mack? Use P_" U M11U11 Am 0 Ul L
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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/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.