The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 14, 1906 Page: 4 of 10
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Fall Styles in Ladies' Hand Made Shoes.
The styles shown here are but a few of the many styles now in stock for the coming season.
We show every last that is popular and practical. All our shoes embrace style, comfort and
An Absolute Fact.
That our shoes are l>etter is shown
by the increased patronage in
this department. Starting in this
business but two years ago and
to-day showing an absolutely
complete line of ladies' shoes.
We mean by thnt complete in
detail. If you have trouble get-
ting a fit elsewhere come here.
Let Us Show You.
Make us show you.
Don't accept our claims
as facts, neither doubt
but come in and be convinced that all we claim, and more
too, Is there. We always at all times try to get what our
customars want, the consequences are that we carry a
larger stock and more styles and for less money.
The prico is the uppermost question in your mind.
It makes uo difference what price shoe you buy
from us we guarantee your money's worth. We
guarantee to save yo money on your shoe bill.
We Respesctfully Solicit Your Patronage
JOHNSTON BROS. £ SIMON
Try our Apple Vinegar, Ribbon Cane Syrup
A Change in
To the people of Kiowa, Washita a d Greer counties:
I have returned to Hobart and gone back to my first love,
the grocery store Have bought out Caudill \ Hughes aud
will continue business at the same old stand. Have
followed the grocery business for twenty years except two
years in the Eagle dry goods store at Hobart. My aim
will be to please the people, sell cheap, keep a full line of
everything in the market Fresh groceries, nothing but
the best. Will barter for your produce at all times. 1
am to close out the shoes an V dry goals, so you eau get
the biggest bargain in them ever seen iu Hobart Come
before the best sizes, etc., are all gone' We want your
trade Walter Caudill retains his interest with me. .lake
Hughes. Tom Hughes ai d Horace Haddoxwill be with me
ami want their friends to still call To the old customers
of the house we say en ve «-n. we will try and plea.se you.
To the new ones, call and see us, we will have the best
grocery ever seen in Hobart. Will pay you top price for
produce, bring on your eggs, chickens and butter. Give
us a trial, everythi h guaranteed the best Our motto:
Fuil weights, best goods, g>H\i treatment and prices that
no one can beat. Yours to please.
NF.WT W. MOORES.
Patterson & Hoffman,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Wholesale and Retail Cigars.
We have recently added to
our business billiard tables,
pool tables, and supplies for
both. We have the only bil-
liard aud pool bupply house in
the southwest. Send in your
orders for balls,cues, cushions,
cloths, etc., and the same will
be sent, by return train.
Patterson & Hoffman,
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Frisco System Working Large Force
of Men Improving Roadbed
and Ballasting Tracks.
Sheriff and Force of Deputies Running
to Bartta Well Organized Gang
of Horse Thieves.
DETERMINED TO BREAK DPGANG
tiotebo Latest Scene of Operations-
Seven Now in Jail—Anti-Horse
Thief Association Assisting.
Determined efforts by Sheriff Ed Ray
and deputies have resulted in unearth-
ing the mo3t dangerous and well organ-
ized gang of horse thieves that ever in-
fested the southwest. The organization
haB been working in this county and
adjoining ones without molestation or
suspicion for years, and men at this
time are under suspicion that were
never dreamed of as being connected
with such a criminal organization.
Seven have been run to earth and
landed in jail, and conviction for them
is only a matter of when the courts
As many as sixteen more are known
and will be captured.
Less th:in a week ago two horses
were stolen on the principal business
treet3 of Gotebo, but were recovered
after being ridden nearly to death.
Sheriff Rty and deputies are> working
nig lit and day to bring members of the
gang to justico and destroy the band.
The Ami-Horse Thief Association is
lending every assistance and their ef-
forts are baing rewarded.
In the vicinity of Hobart there is but
little stealing of this nature, but in
other parts of the nearby country the
farmers are up in arms over losing fine
The delivery horse of J. W. Corn,
the grocer, was taken from the stable,
in the heart of the city, several weeks
ago, his stable being broken into,
and was found runningJ^loose on the
streets the following day.
A sensation is expected to be sprung
in a few days, by captures Ray will
Ray is making an excellent sheriff
and is ridding Kiowa coanty of crimi-
Play Ball at the Fairgrounds Yester
day—Texas Boys the Best Ever
on a Hobart Diamond,
The much-advertised Texas league
ball team arrived in Hobart yesterday,
as was stated in the News-Republican,
and played with the Hobart nine in th«
The Texas boys are up to the expect-
ations of the management, and while
Hobart defeated them in the first of a
series of five games by a score of 8 to 7,
it was no walkaway. They play ball as
if they were accustomed to it. They are
a jolly bunch, and all wear the smile
that won't come off. They even laughed
when Umpire Huckaby called a strike
whec the ball went seven feet west of
the pUte. They just seem to grin and
bear it, and took their medicine with an
air that they would "get even" before
the series io over. They "kidded" our
boys from th3 start to the finish of the
CONDITION O F TIB
first Rational Bank
At mAJt fo the Comptroller of Cs-vfiry, At
cijse of Business. Sept. 4th. Wo.
| Extensive improvements are being
I made at the prer.ent time on the western
| division in the Hobart district on the
j Less than a year ago this road^put in
heavier steel on their tracks in this sec-
j tion and are now materially improving
| the roadbed with ballast from Thomas
J. M. Staofill, foreman of the ballast
gang, is working out of Hobart with a
crew of from 35 to 50 mer. all that tan
be secured, making these improve-
>Ir. Jciafllhu a nuaiuerof cars in
the yards here fitting them for a work
rain to accommodate his men, and
seven days a week the worn goes on.
A. N. Reeves, division engineer, and
assistants are here nssistiug in the
Dr. Finn's Testimony Interesting.
Dr. Thomas Finn of Boonsboro, Mo.,
who has practiced medicine for 32 years,
says be has used every prescription
known to the prolcssion for treatment
of kidney and bladder diseases, and
says he has never found anything so ef-
fective in both chronic and acute kid-
I ney an oladder trouble as Foley's Kid-
ney Cuce. It stops irregularities and
uilds u;■ the wtiole system. Jones
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures
U. S. Bonds
Premium on Bonis
Five per cent Fund
Other Real flstate
Cfltfti ind Sight Ixchang*
Good things to eat.
Torturing eczema spreads its burning
area every day. Dc.arr? Ointment quick-
ly stops its spreading, minify rH eves
the itching, cures it permanently. At
any drug store.
Social at M. E. Church,
The birthday social at the First M.
Hobart also did a little "kidding,"
and from all appearances our home boys
were holding out for the big finish.
"Lucky" Wright pitched for Hobart,
and acted as if he didn't care a snap
whether Hobart won or not, but pitched
the best game of bis life at that.
A tall, gangling, cornfield canary-
looking fellow with white box twirled
for Texas, and he threw a ball that
looked like a marrowfat pea whan it
went over the plate.
The game was full of errors, with the
exception of the catchers and first base-
men of both teams.
The first baseman for Texas has a
catch that looks like alligator jaws
when the ball comes, and it seems that
he can't miss one of them at all. He's
as fat as a clabber-fed pig, and looks as
if he was born in the dark of the moon.
He's rather "pretty," however, and if
ironed out would i>e as tall as Laiken.
NO t ICE.
To the laboring m ;a of Hobart and
Weexpect to start the nil mill run-
ning about Oct. 1st, and desire to give
homo ia!jor the preference. Parties
wanting tcf work will pleas" call at mill
at once and make arrangements as we
are now leaking up our crewEJ. It is
necessary for us to know as soon as
possible how many capabh men we can
get here so as to figure out how many
we will have to procure elsewhere,
Jno. T. S.at'jf , Manager,
9-14d6twlt Hobart Oil Mill.
Students continue to ent ' the Chick-
asha Business College. Writs the school
for free catalog. 9 14wtf
M. D. Davis Hmiorsd.
M. D. DrtVM roturned last night from
Lawton, wh' ! .' he had been to attend
the r,onfeder.il j reunion. At the elec-
tion of offijcr< hi was c in&eu brigadier
general of the third brigad?, a worthy
uonor rightfully placed.
In theses days of rush and hurry
courtesy is often forgotten. In the mad,
pell mell rush of uur life little things
are done tc < ff nd that we rather had
remained undone. A hastily eaten meal
I tended, and a pleasant time had by ^H 1 and its resultant headache may cause
xtra section j present ■jjje ra;a droVethe crowd home
s kept busy working in this vi- , eafly hour
Capital Stock .
Surplus .ir-.d profits-
work, mskijg a re-.urvey and setting j £ cburch lw| ni ht was j j at
so.si8.3 i aadiuon&l jrrade slake
°,os«.20 , ..
i«.i°4.ooi in addition to this, i
1.04 7*35 The heavy traffic to the southwest, is
463!so appreciated by the Frisco lines,
30,i74.ii and their tracks and rolling stock are
i70.si< .ii j being put in a condition to easily hau-
| cle the increase, and the tide of imtni
coming this way.
us -social or financial Iosb. The wise man
o woman is the ouc who relieves little
os of this sort 0y a dose of Kodol for
| dyspepsia. It digests what you eat and
The above Statement is correct.
N. E. MEDLOCK, Cashitt.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Loose-Wiles fancy crackers and
coolties, wafers and lemon siyps. teed at C. F. McKir.ney's drug storq*
English Urocery. o Md2twit
Well Worth Trying
\V. II. Brown, the popular pensio- j pUtg your stomach back intoshape.Sold
attorney of Pittsfleld, Vt., says: ' Neit 1 by Jones Bro-.
to a pension, the best thing to get is
Dr. King's New Life Pills." He writes: I Armour veci loaf, luncheon beef,
•They keep my family in excellent, I sausage with tomato sauce, Royan's
health." Quick cure for headache, con- I A La Vatel, sliced dried b-'ef, chicken
stipation ;.-*d biliousnes*. 25c. Guaran tamalc, white fish, broiled mackerel
in tomato sauce.
In changing places change for the
There is nothing so good for a sore j better and bay of English Qrocry Co. ] Atarriage Licenses.
thro.it as Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. | 9-i3datwi! A marriage license was issued to C.
i Cures it in a few hours. Believes any .... . .,h «rl^' ^l<4" an£* ^'as Oaadice Gorgaa,
! pain in p«t. I W b? ° | Thursday, boll, of Rock,.
When you need either your eyes or
[ your spectacles Exed up, you cannot af-
ford to miss seeing W. H. Pentield, cor.
Third and Monroe sts.
HA \ K
I A T E D
Department «>f the Interior.
Lund OH«t K1 Heno. Okla., Sei<t 11,1906 , , _ , . . , .,.
Notico is hereby (titpu thnt ihe following' Thursday Probata Judge Morrill per-'
ntmeti ><v tier Una (tied notice <>f hi« in[ention ! fjraied a marriage ceremony at
tbe Will Settle Up.
to make tin At proof in support of tiiaclnlm. and '
that *id prwf will be made bofore the Clerk of Nash hotel. The eoup'e made happy. Thomas Hines of Oklahoma City is in
,he lM.fr,Ot Court Hobart, .Okla.. on CM. 2C ^ u< T HoldeQ ajd SUag Esteile 1 Hobart to make final settlement with
Charles Semen, , White, both of Mountain View. members of the old commercial club for
of l one W«lf. Ckla. far tie tots 3 and * i
ht « w tjr sec 19, twp A. n range ISwl.M. -
tie names th« fi.'iowinc wit e« e to pnire ' Call for CommitteeMeetirig. | building on Fourth street. Settlement
hl rontlnnous re<!d"tu-e upon and ralttTatioD
of >aui land. y\i :
K J Wright, T W Green, Ira Linton. Archla
| Rartfcs. all of Lone Wot Okla.
FRANK C. SICKLES.
Help us and we will help you. Eng*
9-ldwlm 1Qrocery Co. 9-i3d2twit
When two strong men come to blows
even if they are well matehed, it is not
a pleasing sight; t>ut if the man who
... .. i eets the worst of it will use DeWitt's
back rent on rooms they occupied in bu j Witch yMeI Salve he w;11 look Detl„
building on Foarth street, settlement ^ bflUer in shor| ord<?r Re 8uw>
The member of the republican cen- ' Wl11 be effected out of tbe courts, the ^ DeWittV. Good for everything
tral committee of tfce sev-rnl townships money being raised pro rata among the # #alTe ^ Uffd for> •Dcludjrg pjiej.s^d
tbat make the SOth and 51st constitu- j members still residing ic the city. liy jCCt,s Bros.
tional districts of Kiowa and Greer Down's Regulets cure constipation,
counties, are hereby called tc m«et in! t,ine the stomach, stimulate the lirer,
Gr&niu-, Okla, Friday. Sept. 14, IW5, promote digestion and appetite and easy
tor the purpose of arranging for repub- passages of theJ* wels. Ask your drug-
can conventions in the above named for them. 26 cenW a box.
constitutional districts, at which nomi>
n.vtton of dt > rates to the constiubonal
.■ onv;ctioji will be made.
Win. D Lesdermer, Cbm. Kiowa
.'« K r. Cent. Com.
W H Matberly, Ch«.GreerCo-Rep
Cent. C m
Get the Habit'*
More Showers, Savs Kain Man.
Manaeer Kltorman, of the Hobart
Base Ball Association, is hiring a bad
run of luck with the series of bail games
with the Dallas League team. The
weather report in to.1a>*< News-Kepa?
hcaa sits more rain for Saturday. This
Dr. Lk^ra Pearl Newcomer leaves paper is the only one ia this section
last o< tae «se< for LUy City, Mich.. . pab.ishis^ the w;atber ronditiocsdatl*.
where she tibeen called to care tor; snd to keep posted you need the News*
bcr invalid mothc. | Republican.
"Oct the Hahii"
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Benedict, Omer K. The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, September 14, 1906, newspaper, September 14, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth351670/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.