The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1905 Page: 4 of 8
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THREE SPECIAL SALES
THE DIXIE STORE
FRIDAY, MAY 19
THURSDAY, JUNE 1
MEN'S two and three piece suits including Stein-Bloch and the S. & M. S., the most reputable line of clothing made in the
United States, will be on sale Friday; the 19th of May at a discount of 20 percent oft' on every dollar. This will enable
you to buy your spring and summer suit at a very low price. Hot weather clothing at cool prices. Our original price is
from 20 to 25 per cent cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and with 20 per cent extra will be a great bargain for the pur-
chaser. With such a big discount we expect a great rush as we always have a big crowd when we give a sale, as the people
know that The Dixie's special sales means something. Don't wait too long, but take advantage of this opportunity by com-
ing early to make your selection as the early birds usually cat^h the worms. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Economy is a
way to wealth. What you will save by buying those advertised 20 per cent discount extra well made clothing, will enable
you to buy other necessaries of life. For instance:
A K :it worth $10 that will sell for 87.50 leas 20 percent
will cost you •PU.UU
a 0 It* >rth f 12^0 tbst will-sell for I8.S0 IsM 21 per cent z oa
will cost you U.OU
A Suit worth 815.00 that we sell for $11.00 leas 20 per cent Cj DA
will cost you 0 0vy
A Suit worth 820. that we sell for $16.00 leas 20 per cent | ■} Af\
will cost you i^.T"Vy
Is an all wool men's pant3 from 61.00 up tp $6 00 a pair we will give the
same discount of 20 per cent off as we d o on the men s suits of clothes.
Si.50 pants for.. $1.20 $4 00 pants for.. $3.20
2.00 pants for. . 1.60 5.00 pants for.. 4.00
2.50 pants for... 1.90
6.00 pants for .. 4.80
3.00 pants for.. 2.40 We have a very pretty and full line
r of MEN'S TROUSERS
Straw Hat Sale'
We have the most up-to-date line of Straw Hats in the
country. We will put thein on sale with a big discount of 25 per
cent off. making $1.00 hats
will cost you.
Others in proportion
Remember date of Sale^Beglns Friday, May 19, good to June I
THE HOBART NEWS-REPUBLICAN
Istablished August 3, 1901 three days before opening of
countn to settlement.
of Thk Kiowa r..i sn Hki u.n The H idkt News aiM HoiuBtRkii i.i.uai
Dovoto'l to II." interest- i f H" h • v.- • < m Okli'n.ti.n To'-ritnr
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rid the Rppublicon
Koterad Id the
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for tho |.ai 'T, Ti i- i- P"'
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■rrmnri the largest ci
I spend the money caring for thk- in-
jured, taken to that city from Sny-
The editor of the News-Republi-
can was present when the commit-
tee of citizens from Lawton visited .
the hospital, and stated that they i
would take what injured could be I
removed to their city, and they
i:b-nrlption expire-, mid utiles you renew, d„ there be «iv6U the beSt °f at* '
!,.r rir.-um~t.ance, will ti,i- mle be deviated fro..,, tention and medical aid, without one
•r w r a«1vauce 7
tin the entire SottthwMt. Prices on applicaliou. ? cost.
lation in the Southwest. Rates on application. Now they are to Spend the money
to defray the expeuses of the injured
and not turn it over to the Snyder
MOW WERE THEY CONVEYED.
Ho' art. Oklahoma. a« aecond-cla"- mail matter.
OMfR K. Bf M 1)1(1, tditor and Proprietor.
HOHAKT, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 2(5, l!K>5.
AN UNFOUNDED ACCL SA I ION. tbe inoney> contributed to the relief committee, for the reason that
| poor, needy sufferers of Snyder. there is a report that the town will
In a recent itisue of the Lawton1 We are of the opinion that that be rebuilt! It may look all right to
State Democrat there appeared a 1 paper referred to Mr. Dowden, as some, and to the people of Lawton,
Story to the effect that t'ue contri- lie was the only town site man on but to the News-Republican it looks
bullous to the Snyder sufferers | the ground, and the only townsite like a case of keeping the money
%'> Jd go to a certain townsite man,1 man interested in the town of Suy- contributed at home.
whose name was not mentioned, for! dev. Mi. Dowden owns consider- Hobart gave over 000, clothing
the purpose of rebuilding the town, able property in Snyder, aiul .ost a? bedding and all, and we would
Whether the Mipp'siti-n ot the heavily as any individual in the have gladly taken a dozen or more
State Democrat is founded ou re- town, and we cannot believe that 0f t^e injured and at no cost to the
liable information or n«■ t. we arc not Mr. Dowden is the kind of man to j^fjicted people of Snyder.
prepared to say. We do know this, take advantage of another's loss,
however, that that paper showed He wants the town rebuilt and so
Several eastern papers printed
photographs of the Snyder wrecks
two day after the occurrence of that
memorable cyclone. The question
tlx^t naturally excites our wonder
is, what method of transportation
was used to convey the pictures | *
that distance in so short a time'.' £
It is up to them to explain. Were g
they delivered by the same storm | ^
that wrecked Snydei'.' We know | ^
of one picture-from that luckless S
town to have been picked up in the |
town of Carnegie, where it is sup-: 9
posed to have been deposited by the'
cyclone, but we did not know the
destroyer went as far north and i
east as Chicago and New York, and j
if they were not thus taken, then
a FOR A SOCIAL GLASS
a we are free to recommcnd
§ either of several brands of
§ Scotch, Irisb, bourbon or rye
a whisky which we carry in stock
g by the bottle and by the bar-
$ rel. That is, you can get a
a otuart, a case of "quarts,'' a
§ gallon or a demijohn of any
© brand you lind to your liking.
If you're interested you're
♦j free to sample, and we'll de-
© liver the goods to any address
s? you may name.
1 Arcade Saloon
g MEDLEY & TAYLOR
The people of Snyder should, be
encouraged and helped in ever way
mighty poor judgment. If it is a does every other man in Snyder, and ible in theh. effoi.t to rebuild
fact, that paper should have told in the county and territory, and all their wiecked towll> and n0 friend
who the man was, and put the will do all in their power t. help ^ either direotly or indu,ectly
people on their guard. It should the pood people of Snyder rebuild utter a seutiluent that is calculated
have been specific. As it now is, it their town, but for the mere reason tQ ^ reflections upon the honesty
bears only the earmarks of a rumor. J that Mr. Dowden made the remark ^ integrity of the relief ,om.
The publishing ot such a st-..j, and that the} "need-d money to rebuild through whose hands all the
connngatthetinieitdid.no doubt Snyder," it does not by any means eoutribution8 w:il pass.
deprived the ueedy sufferers of Suy- follow that he has any other than
.lei of thousands and thousands of the best of motives. Some of the
dollars in subscriptions that they best men in Oklahoma territory are
would have otherwise secured. The on that committer, and the asser-
These unfortunate people need
every cent that a generous people
through sympathy will donate, and
to discourage contributors in this
GOES AFTER PLATT.
Miss Mae Wood who was disap-
pointed in her attempt to serve a
sumpion.s on President Roosevelt's
private secretary, William G. Loeb,|
in her $35,000 damage suit, as he |
was returning from Colorado a few
(lays ago, is now turning her atten-
tion to Senator l'latt of New York, j
She gives graphic descriptions of j
the senator's alleged wooing of her. j
Well, her story may or may not be j
true, but whether true or false it
will serve to keep the gossipers em- i
ployed during the summer .season.)
Sensational stories of this variety'
are the sweetest morsels to a cer-:
tain class of people, and the greater
the scandals the better they like
You Can Become an
Army or Navy
OFFIC E R
If you are a persevering, moral young
man, between the ages of 17 and 35 years,
possessing a good common school educa-
tion and passing the necessary physical
examination. ^Further particulars for
four cents in stamps, by addressing,
H. W. PHILLIPS, Louisville, Ky
California Fast Mail
uivmg out to the world of even a ti or; that there is graft in the deal , . .
* g „e to them as well hour of need ls
.uspicion that there was a graft 111 is a rank injusti
the contribution, gives every peri01, a- to the good people of the town, in
who is looking for an excuse to re- our opinion. Could any man in the
fuse a donotion, a loophole in which country say one single word against
to crawl out The editor of the the honesty and integrity
State Democrat should ha\c ti
However, Lawton has maintained
her reputation in this matter
of .'ack In relieving Snyder, Hobart has
Helena, the treasurer of the com- done more than any other town in
mitter. who has charge of the funds' the territory, with the exception of
It is to be deeply regretted that Oklahoma City more than any
the State Den ^ra1, took the view of other three when the work of relief
the matter a* it did, and it is even is taken into consideration. Rut in
more deplorable because it gave it donations alone, this town raised
hare used judgment enough to kuow out to the world. and paid over to the relief couimit-
elj, that it would have teen We understand that the people of tee §1,141.73 in money, or its
and i.sui utter impossibility for any Lawton have withheld their contri- equivalent iu supplier purchase and
i.-nou ors«tof pei*jn togiaft auy buiion of some $700, and will shipped into the prostrate village.
discreet enough to have kept out of
print with such a story (even if it
bad been founded on facts) for the
time beinfc, aud then attended to
grafters if there be auy. He sh
While Snyder has practically
lieen wiped n tbe by a cyclone
and twenty-tive per cent of her pop-
ulation either killed or wouuded,
| yet she has the courage to rebuild, |
I and scores of foundations for new j
i homes are being laid, aud within a '
' few months, or a year or two at
1 i.iost. nothing will remain to bear j
evidence of the catastrophe That j
I terrible night's work will be only a
Whkrk did you spend most of'
the time Thursday night—above;
or below the earth's surface.'
VIA SANTA FE.
Another 1 e\v tast passenger train for California.
Speedilv. certainly, comfortably—the way
Santa Fe Passengers go. Free chair cars and
tourist and standard sleepers on this train. 'Tis
tor you to say which you'll take. The time's just
the isanie. Leaves Kansas City at 8:40 p. m. Ar-
rive California in less"than two and a half days.
'Tis a 1m a guod train for Colorado.
lLt tO br
.r.ta Ft- pasyfreer, don't you? Ltt me tell you
11 -re are three other Sntta Fe traits for
rrix-r-rt-ftF? yru'd like to hear about them. Call oc or
write me. Illustrative descriptive literature free.
SAWLEl LARIMER. Traveling Passenger Agent.
• he Atchison. Topeka and Santa FeRy. Co.
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Benedict, Omer K. The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1905, newspaper, May 26, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351540/m1/4/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.