The Hooker Advance (Hooker, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 10, Ed. 1 Friday, April 19, 1907 Page: 8 of 8
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New Dress Goods
Spring is here and summer is coming—you
need a new dress and we have just received
a new line of choice prints which we would
like for you to see. The prices are right.
Also a New line of 5hoes
for Men, Women and Children, heavy and
light. New goods arriving all the while.
See them before you buy.
R. B. BR0WOER, Hocker
Ste those rockers at Hixson's.
j They are cheap.
| Money to loan on valuables at
; the Farmers Novelty Co.
Come and see the Sew Star and
' Leader wind mill at BLose*s.
Wanted—Chickens and fresh
eggs at Morrison & McKienan's seed on sale at the Hooker Feed
Will have a big line of trimmed Store.
hats on uext week,. Aug Loienz. j Chas. Morrison came back from
Go to John Irvins for fresh;a business trip to Hutchinson
See the Baker boys for hail in-
Seed potatoes of all kiads at
the Hookei feed store.
Money to loan on valuables
the Farmers Novelty Co.
Texas Red Oats and Speltz
seed potatoes of all yesterday.
HOOKER AM) VICINITY
"Sure Shot" Tobacco at Rose's.
Let Baker Bros, insure your
Get a good bath at the Com-
Cotton seed for planting at the
Hooker teed store.
Money to loan on valuables at
the Farmets Novelty Co.
Business houses and dwellings
for s. le or rent. F. T. Norbury.
Take advantage of the bargains
in sheet music at Grage Drug Co.
J. H. Langston was in Hooker
Sunday looking up the political
Mrs. W. R. Molthop wift receive
pupils on the piano and organ
At Mrs. Hall's residence.
Calvin Barnes is transacting
business in Woodward and %ther
Oklahoma cities this week.
A little shower last evening and
some snow this morning, just in
time to help the crops along.
The Ladies Aid ot the Baptist
dureh will meet at Mrs. Meyers
on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Now people as we see it is pretty
dry it pays you to go around and
pet your prices on goods. Aug.
Dr. Tucker of Kuhn represented
his section here yesterday. The
doctor had not been in before for
J. S. Beasley was called to
Indiana the first of the week by a
telegram announcing the sickness
of a near relative.
Custom grinding at the feed
store each Saturday. No head-
ed maize ground, but all kinds- of
threshed grain ground on short
Henry Redmond returned from
a trip to Kansas Tuesday and will
be here to help or^rnize the
socialists on the date of their
The subject for the Epworth
League next Sunday will be God's
Yearning for the World (John 3:
16). Miss Ina Parks vvill lead.
The meeting will commence at 7
p. m. The League choir will
meet at 6:30 p. m. Everybody is
invited to come.
The social at Mrs. Bruce's on
Tuesday evening was attended b)
as large a crowd as we ever saw
in one house in Hooker- An ex-
ceptionally fine program was ren-
dered which included selections
Wm. Edens was a Guymon
Buy one of those combination
cases at Hixon's.
Say have you seen those Gret-
chen planters at Rose 's!
Money to loan on valuables at
the Farmers Novelty Co.
Cotton seed for sale at Mor
rison & McKiernan's feed store.
Just look at our store and sec
that W. R. flour go. Aug Lorenz
Sheet music 10c per copy foi
the next ten days at Grage Druy
The Methodist Ladies Aid will
meet with Mrs Kcgenold Wed-
resday, April 24. 1907.
J. W. Jeffus, living 20 miles east
of here was a pleas nt caller at
this office Wednesday. .
G.W. Ledgerwood Ot N «shvil',e.
Oklahoma, was in Hooker this
week and bled on a c.ann.
J. N. Bixenman and family
s arted Saturday for a three weeks
visit to their old home at Crown
M. G. Wiley, Mr. Wright ano
W. Zimmerman represented ths.
Guymon newspapers at the base
ball game yesterday.
Geo. Schnackenberg of Daven-
port, Neb., was a Hooker visitor
this week and will get the Ad-
vance lor the next year.
Cool weather for the past week
and quite a freeze Wednesday
night. The clerk must have for
gotten the time of the year.
J. H. Langston was a Hooker
visitor Sunday and dame up again
yesterday, but was too late for the
convention. He can't keep away
from a place where there is any-
thing doing of a political nature
C. F. Bryant of Olaraville, who
moved to the Judge Reid claim
near Claraville this spring is erect-
ing a good house and has Some
other good improvements. A L
Harrington is doing the carpenter
F. L. Mackey is at Des Moines
N. M. this week surveying some
more lots there. He can hard y
keep lots enough laid off in that
enterprising city to supply the
demand. Harvey Cox is selling
lots there about as fast as Ik can
write the deeds.
R. J. Slagle returned Sundiy
from a trip to Henrietta. Texas,
where he went to help out the
drug store he left to come here
He is known here as the genial
by the Hooker band. Ice cream cie-rk who had charge of the Grage
and cake were served and every Drug Co. store when they first
body seemed to have a good time took charge of the bu>inr ss.
For garden seed and bulk
Get your razors hollow ground onion seed go to Morrison &
and in good woiking order at the McKiernan,
Star Barber Shop. io-j Peter H. Pauls and Anna Mir
Edith Gotobed, who has been tens of Neff are to be married to-
staying at Liberal for some time, day. Particulars later,
has. returned home to her farm. All kinds of dental work done
A car of Osborne discs ana by Dr. Ewing at the Illinois, the
drag harrows unloaded at Rose's fore part of each month 47-tf
ihu week. Come and see them. G. En* brought in a sample of
VVC want to buy your chickens oat" the other day that is pretty
and turkeys, and ill pay the best *ell headed out at 18 inches high,
market price. Hooker Feed It happens to be volunteer oats.
Willoughby Krigbaum has sold
The dreaded green bug has ap-
peared here in a few fields but
his claim and moved to his old J not in alarming numbers. J. A.
home in Missouti. He is a good ' Akers was the first to report the
More new fiats just received for i Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson is hav*
1 idles and children at Mrs
ing a residence erected on
Stephenson's in the Hooker Mer- ^orthside addition and will move
cantile Co's. store. down from Tyrone as soon as it is
A box supper will be given by ' finished!
the M E. Ladies Aid in the Mir-
shall building, Saturday night
Apul 20. Eveivbody invited.
For a small sum you can insure
your livestock in the National
Live-stock Insurance Co. of D.Has.
F. T. Norbury, agent, Hooker,
A. W. Jamison of Zel na cam--
over ye-ierday with a load ot his
■ wn make brooms and sold them
out today He says he didn't
have enough for the demand
J. D. G>nwill went up* to
Minneola. Kansas, last week and
0. T. HAYWARD, President
W. D. MYERS. Vice President
W W. HAYWARD. Cashier
company of men in Hooker
Just received an up to-date lot ,rrturnerf Mondiiy wjth a lgQQ ,b
ot sheet music and for the next 4 year old Ptrcheron stalhon
ten days will make a spectal pric, I j,e ,s ^ a ^ tQ se„ jt tQ a
of ten cents per copy. Graye
• : J. M. Stark, Mr. Spencer and
Mr. Wright of Nabisco were tn
... , . , . town Wednesday. This was Mr.
is buikiing on his claim and is . . , „ ...
? ,, 1 . Marks first visit in nenrlv two
going to handle real estate and
m ved to Claraville from Indiana
There will be a meeting of the
years and he was more than sur
prised at the size and growth of
r the town. He declines to be 1
society Sunday Aprils at candidate this year hut fcels confi
3.v: al f Ca,hohc church- dent of republican success,
All Catholic ladies are
10 be present.
K«te I Cushing. Pres
A carload of cook stoves and
Tlie.v tell of a Kansas farmer
w ho sent this mixed order to
Chanute merchant: "Send me
snges unloaded this week. We °f flour, five pounds of coffee
have any style you want and theUnd °ne pound of tea. My wife
price w ilt be an attractive feature gave birth to a big bab.V boy last
in their make up Come in and night, also five pounds of corn
see them. C.F.Rose. , starch, a screwdriver and a flytrap.
J . V. Farr of Grand Valley wa- U ten Pounds and a straw
in town yesterday attending the j '"u-
republican convention and made
U. 11. Spencer Killed by K. II.
George Ii. Spencer, store-keep-
er at Nabisco, was killed at Wal-
ton, Kansas, on the 4th of April
under circumstances that look to
his neighbors like criminal care-
lessness. The report is that he was
knocked off the track but the
appearance and position of hi
wounds indicate that he jumped
from a moving trail) and was hit
by the wheel and steps. This
theory is sustained by the fact that
Mr. Spencer had been carried by
Newton, where he should have
stopped, and got off at Walton a
station where the tarin does not
stop. Although he lived 30 hours
after the accident no word was
sent to his relatives until after his
death. His funeral is said to have
been one of the largest ever held'
in Beaver count v.
Notice of Removal!
MRS. M. K. STEPHENSON
has rt moved her
this office a pleasant Call. He
is a candidate for the office of
sheriff of lexas county.
Win. Gotobed and A. C. Mur
phy have received a shipment of
City Election M y 9 h
The election board has estab-
lished the three wards in Hooker
' as follows: 1st ward, all the ter-
ritory south of Illinois street; 2nd
from R. J. Williams' Store
to the Hooker Mercantile Co. Store
where she wil
in search tft
be pleased to meet anyone
nice, up-to-date Millinery.
Mrs. M. K. Stephenson
strawberries and cream in flavor
Let us hope.
F. T. Nor-
H. D. Johnson-. Pastor.
C. F. Reof.xold,
D. I). Born,
J. V. Botd, Trustees.
All notes given for service by
my jacks and horse are at the
to represent (Citizens Bank for collection
«T. I). Conwill.
Get your sale bills printed at
Just arrived, the extra large 1 >t of tine
high-class line of Spri: „ and summer Dry
Goods and Notions, Men'.- Hats, Owialls, A oik'
and Dress Shins, which I purchased while in
Si. Louis. NVe are work:-.z r . .. j day to
get them in shape by Saturday.
Thursday, April 25
will be Our Spring Opening
Be sure and be on hand. The nobbiest,
newest and latest styles of high-grade Dry
Goods. Make your selections from this large
Fresh Strawberries, Rhubarb
and New Cabbage Saturday.
The Dependable Store
Robt. J. Williams Hooker, Oklahoma
Hurrcl Goo canUoupe ;ccd Irom ""t a,'b™h,> "f1 s"u"' "I 'he p**>r or trustees.
Rulk>- Ford thai cost them S; p„ "' 1",°" \
. -r 3 r the town constitutes the 3rd ward.
pound, this is a new vanetv r, , , , ,, . ,
. Hie election has been called for
and these gentlemen expect to ...
, ... ' May l>th and the notice wil appear
iaise melons that will s-irpas* ,
v next week.
The most important office* are
; the three trustees. The first can-
Becker Bros are erecting a large didate to announcc
ai\ house back of the store h„rv who is willing
where they will put all goods not the 3rd ward. Mr. Xorburv wasTITT 7"", Z
nee Jed tor immediate trade aodjthe tirst to huiId a dwelling "ccord,nC lo contract-
thus greatly enlarge the capacity jn Hooker WM (he first n(>(arv
of their store They need the pub)iCi ,ho first lnsurtBce ^ent>
room and the l.ght they will he*. tnd has #lways ^ ow> of |iup
after be able to get f.o.tfcckack lading citizens. He has eonsid-
o t c ui ing. jerable property interests and will
C H. Hilbert of Missouri has make a good trustee should he be
located in Hooker and formed a'elected.
partnership with N. O Stephen-
son in the law business, the Socialist Meeting
ne* firm to be known1 A ma<s meeting of the socialists
a* Stephenson & Hilbert Mr of Texas county, Okla.. is called
Hilbert is an experienced general to meet at the pavilion at Hooker,
prac toner, having formerly been!on May 6, 1907, the object of
prosecuting attorney of Scotland which is to perfect a county or-
county. Mo. He has a family ionization, (rood speakers am
whom he «ill move to Hooker assured. Exercises to commence
so"n at 2 o'clock p.m. A free enter-
Miss Ella Baker, superintendent tainmont with moving picture ma-
il schools ot Beaver county, has chine will be given by Com-
bcen \ iMting schools up this way rade J. p. Jacknian in the evening.
this week. This is her first visit Everybody is cordially invited to
to the Hooker school Several come and hear the subject dis-
people made use of the opportun- cussed. By order of Hooker local.
ity to interview her about the J. H. Decker, secretary. S. S.
forming of school distiicts. She Smith, committeeman.
is a candidate tor re election for'
the county of Texas and we learn Nominate Jwise by Primary
ih. i she gave part of her attention Th0 democratic judicial commit-
to that business when airon^ te<f 0f the 10th judicial district has
democrats, decided that the candidate for
T W Hubb ini has bad charge' judge shall be nominated by the
of the Hugoto i Hermes about a primary method at thp time of the
year and by conducting it as a regular democratic primaries. May
business he has gr-atly improved 23. 190T. The polls will be open i U Lanfrst«n
it, now he has made some improve- from S a. m. to 6 p. m.
meats in thr appearance of the C \\\ Herod, Chairman. U. D Sire*
paper and enlarged its size to a —"""——- j L. S. >tuiwell
The settlers are Carrier Examination ( (
At a meeting of the pastor and
trustees of the M. E. Church
South, a committee was appointed
consisting of Kev. H. D. Johnson
and C. F. Regenold to solicit fun Is F ^r >v.e—Good 7 year old mult. E.
for the purpose of insuring the j ** * 'Bd 2 sou,h of
church building. It was also de-
cided that any organization desir-
ing to hold any entertainment in
said church must get the consent
TbrrshH maize or Vaffir rorn for sale I
mi'e west '? mil* north of lloeker. Blxir
Lo<t—Thursd ty xfterdoon. April 18
l.rce plain golil 'ing, no en^ravin^.
fm ler : . ,se return tothis Mfficeor Mrs.
ti. H. Richardson for reward, io-i
For Sile—One $700 retnent Work tra-
rhirie. to hiKlie-t an.l best liiilder Sealed
tiitU fi 1 . 1 with county clerk Award
mnde on the 1st day of June. 1907. Rv
onler of the*countv commissioners, April
12. 1907 John VV. Savage* county clerk,
li^avt-r. Okla IO-5
For rent—Two nicely furnished rooms,
with >r wiihout board. J L. Podd.
Fonn.l—A door kev and sm^ll key with
with chain attached. Inquire at this
For S le—Well drilling outfit; 2 augers
6and 4 itrch, 1 mud bucket, I Mnd bucket,
I dni'it #nd pinion ge r. 24 ft. ladder
derr ci;, 170 ft. 1 inih rope. 1 set stocks
■ tut <iif-s. Onr man can operate this
machine; cost Jt25. price Address
this office. 10-tf
Wolf l(.gsfor«ale I will He in Hooter
the first Monday in May with some pupa,
R. C. Altisou 10-2
Baptist services at the school house
the 2nd Sunday in each month.
Preaching on Saturday evening akl
"o'clock. Sunday at 11 a.m. and .
Sabbath school ea-li Sunday morn'
mg at 10 o'clock. Dr. W. J. Kisen.
Ladies Aid Tuesday afternoon each
week. Mrs. H. G. Bardwell. Pres.
seventh OAY AOVENT1ST ClirRCn.
S;it txitli s,-iiool every Sabbath at 11
a.m. J. C. Becker. Supt.
Preaching, followed by prayer and
social meetings, 2 p. m. J. ,1*. Schiff-
For Rent—35 seres of plow ground 2
miles filth e, t f H >kker on the Sw
of Sec 1 T p 3 R 17. Very ch. ap
Address to 11 J KI.,s«>en,G< esse), K.m
G. B Stone, I^orena, 0 T., castrates,
sp'vs, dehorn* and horse dentistrr.
Ri<!.'ling anil riiptire'l work a specialty
Let nte trim \"iir colt. Satisfaction
guarranteed. Write tr.e 9-tf
For Rent- A 4 room hon* on the
corner < f Imo and Ireland Street. Booker
from May 1st. Applv to Mont L. On-
over a' Bolin Hall anil Co's. yi(
Cane seed for sale at Bi>lin Hall & Co j
For Sale —Several tons of the verv
best k..ffiTCorn foilder louml nnil consider-
able grain on it fi 50. at ray place or will I
take one cent per bundle, also «ome fine
selected rain seed. John Shields.
'1 wp. 4, Range i3 qtf
Full blood Birred 1*1 ymouth R ck
egys for *ale at 75c. ner setting Mrs.
J J Slurriy kavc orders at feed tor*.
Wanted—To exchange Hooker lots,
ami a go,y| stock of nadv made clothing,
for horses Mule«. Cows and deeiled lanil
Address H t' Hague, Hague. Okla. Stf.
F- r Sale—White Holland Turkev eggs
fi 50 n-r 13. from fine healthy bints. D.
M Sb .fer. Lnikarl Okla 7tf
r. s. land office at woodward | For Hickory King seed com inquire at
Dick T. Morgan Register1 7-tf
jiM installed at our shop.
Give it a trial when your
discs need sharpening up.
Jarvis ©, Burnside
Sunday school every Sunday at b
Preai*hing tl e first, thin!and fourth
Sundays, morning and night.
Prayenneeting Wednesday night.
Kpwortli League every Sunday at
6:30 p. m.
All are Invited to attend each of
the above services.
il. 14. Johnson, Pastor.
E. S. Wiggins
jvdob or district cockt
J. L. Pancoast Aha
We have 2 pie
mile* from Hooker at $1600 each.
coming to Stevens county and There will be an examination for r,a,vraT
there will be enough people there R. F. D. carriers at tlie( Tyrone
soon to support a paper We postoffice oi\ Saturday. April •_ >>,
hope they ill as believe beginning at a. m.
Hubbard wiU do hU part.
F. B. HKALT, P. M. T. O. Jwws
Probate J udge
Deputy dist Clerk
Supt of Schools
E. Y. lytlrte Register of Deeds
J. C. Gn-sham 1st Dlst
John Shields 2nd
eres of deeded land (I
Hooker Re destate Agency.
For s. le A good gentle team of horses,
suitable for driving or farm ti«e. For in-
t rmation call on or addreis P. L.
Treasun r | Maekay. Hwker. OWa. 4 tf
For Sale or Trade—1 ColnmMa di<
rrapbophone and 40 dt*ca and 1 Ole
Bull vio!in, both in gooil shape. Address
G. A- Fienion Hague, Okla. 51-tf
Girts and women to work in tny eatini;
bv<isr* at Liherd, Kansas. Tncuwcari
and Santa Rosa. N. M. Dining room,
lunch room ami pictry work. Wages
(15 per month awl frre transtiortation.
T. ). McHermott, Lil*r*l, Kansas.
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