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Hobart News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1910, Hobart, Indiana The Hobart v i. 1 Hobart. Indiana. Thl la Day. April a 1910 no. 2 Henderson s a organize a Booster club help build up Hobart i am now prepared to Supply the Public with a Fine ii Amity of Cream in any Quantity. You Are cordially invited to inspect my factory and note the b p a e feb c s b Mem under when my Cream a i is made. We carry a full of ii Sii a Rade one of the first needs of a live Tov a is to officially exploit its advantages work together for results. Hush he so the Quot Booster club is coming to town. It will pro ably be Cal de Quot Hobart men s association Quot and its object will be to i Oost s commercial interests it May not be or i Janizek this week or next but it will come. Fivery town should have an Oil animation this kind. Then there is always some a oficial head who can on Shoil notice Call the citizens together to discuss matters of in Ortance or to the town. In Union there is Siren it rth concerted action will res ulis Caie Low Vai adv re the Liui Iii s _ s it out , s association business men of the p and ready to take and every Opportunity to a in s interests. It col a Nti ment and opinion and to the inquirer in a con s. H. I Henderson \ proprietor s f. Denied and form. Dire than Liis. Such an association can devise effective plans for advertising. Setting Forth the attractive features and advantages of the town. Every live and progressive a vice adopts this Metlio of Quot can ing information to the outside world. Hobart is awaking to the Ossini cities of great and Lairid development. A citizens talk in the same Strain the Boom is in sight and All Are confidently expecting that Hobart will double or treble in a population within a very few years time. Now is the time for the business men. Real estate owners and in fact All the citizens interested in the town s growth and advancement to get together and work together to Boom Hobart. Failure of the individual to give some of thought some of time some of Money to Public service would if extended be disastrous to the Community. We can get along without the knockers and a few less pessimists and its a Good thing for us to sit Down sometimes take a Good look at ourselves and ask ourselves what kind of men we Are and what we Are doing for Hobart. Let us have a Quot Booster club Quot to fling out a Banner on whose folds shall be inscribed Hobart Indiana the town of Promise the future Gem City possessed of unusual advantages and opportunities. Get action its better to Wear out than to rust out and you Are much More liable to get results. Annual h. S. Contest. All r2ady for Lake county Hiffa schools Bis event Friday. Junk is on delivery. W. A. Maloney professor of Public speaking of the University of notre Dame at South Bend. Adelaide Baylor superintendent of schools at Wabash ind. J. Clapp professor of Public speaking at Lake Forest University. Jul lies on music. Neitie Harmon supervisor of music in the South Bend High school. P. A. Gant professor of vocal music. At Valparaiso University. E. Schneider supervisor of music in the Gary High school. The program of the Lake county oratorical association which is to be held at Towle s opera House in Hammond on Friday is now com Lete and has gone to the printers. The program includes orations by representatives of All of the schools in the association and choral by most of the schools in the county. I Occam. I Lausii Vii Lii a his i Dimil Orff slip. Mij sick Quot Yale Sedky Quot Crown Point Lii. H Sci Iii if Iilo ii ii Tilto. 1. Declama Iii. Quot i Iii in Iju hut the Law Quot by g. W. Carli miss i a. Glenn of the a Ary Hiiva Soli Oul. 2. La . Quot on his Quot Onia Promise measures Quot let a Hini y Glay Zilfo <1 Menay of the a Iii school. 1. C to Quot ii Ltd it vet a hic i . A a nil Ciquia ligation Quot i y Grainy to car air ill lev Whit Iri. H 2. Gici us Quot Kri i o. Is Quot in Veu inline Quot i 4l Schogt a i Quot of l s. De Iani Atiqi. Quo Maui i s he by to Suil Oli Quot by Chatari a Jol Iii \v.,a of tiie East Chiyako schist of. . Ai . 0 Quot Ija t be mountains Quot by tiny a East Quot Ica a to Hijii school . 5. . Quot file Eijiu Cafori of t a Coni Nior. Poi be Quot Liy Glen Gorgie of Point Shiuli school. 4. Clio us Quot Early or i by mini Ellsohn a Crown Point Lii re Schnoo chorus. G. Declamation. Quot Ines Ica s duty to Greece Quot by Edwin Frederic h.5 of the Haviv Nind Liili school. .5. A Quot Twili it a by Kearton. A Quot the Beautiful Blue of Quot. By Sua Uii a Hammond High school chorus. 7. . Rivair by Bri rat a Carl Lennertz of the Hobart High school. 6. Chorus a Quot unfold be postal Quot by gound. B Quot Gyi Isy life Quot by Schuman Hobart school chorus. by the Hammond a wish Sthool orchestra. Co. Convention is harmonious Gary masons banquet Hobart. local Lottre the a to Viento and Miliny thanks for courtesies extended. Officers and members of Gary and Hobart lodges f. Amp a. Met saturday at the masonic Hall in Hobart at 7 30 p. M., and promptly at 8 marched in pairs to the Odd Fellows Hall where the Sisters of Hobart chapter no. 31, o. E. A. Had prepared a sumptuous repast for the Banque ters. The Hall was appropriately decorated with american flags and masonic emblems under the direction of. Mackey w. I. Of Hobart k Jos. H. Cothery w. Lodge presided. Chaplain son made the invocation. A repast h. . S. W. Lodge in Well chosen a orc a at the Republican county convention the Hobart Lodge for Cour saturday a. J. Swanson one of to tended to the Gary Lodge in barfs Foremost citizens and business of their loss of a Home a he men Vas nominated by one of the larg the brotherly love so Magni est majorities Ever Given a candidate in i iced by Hobart Mem Lake county which goes to show that appreciation of these favors or. Swanson is not Only a Hustler and Token of gratitude of the Gai Ray Seeley for Surveyor and Michael Grimmer for representative As result of primary vote rest of ticket named. We have some of them Hung Bijj on our Walls for inspection i i and can sell you the right de a exceedingly poor alar personally but a live wire politically. Or. Swanson Quot a majority based on the actual voting of the precincts Ropi resented by his delegates was approximately 4, or it in Over his competitor. W. A. Hiil. This Quot splendid showing is not Only flattering to or. Swanson Bat brings to Hobart the Honor of i political recognition. Al Hobart citizens rejoice at the result. Or. Swanson Quot a nomination add greatly to the Success of the ticket As he is Regardi d As one of the Strong candidates. Prin iary a Ole and of a e Strenz a to. Lie presented the Hobart to three Ivory gavels. Ingvaid Moe. As trustee Lodge . Enter or. R. A. W. If Hob Lodge. In a speech a Beautiful Lamb s with Golden fringes bearer under the bib of. Gary . Present of ii Mackey responded in i ? words exp Essing his a prot the Hiinds ome gift. If in a and Shor candidate. Vote. Stren primary Dele rth. Rate candidate. Vote. Stren primary Dele rth. Rate Cutie a 2.895 158.47 w. A. I 1,141 74.53 major Ity 1,751 73.94 Ray Seeley _ 2.500 136.73 j. B. Murrihy 1,286 9�.27 majority 1,223 40.4 Michael Grimmer _1,821 124.93 e. W. Wickey. .2,188 107.07 majority. 367 16.86 the interurban electric line Beverli were mad. By visiting s . Indicating tiie Friend. Good be existing bet. To o lodges and members pen Al present both from Gary a Bart speak of this occasion As it unusual Enoca rent and have or Many complimentary a ords ladies of the Eastern Star splendid and bounteous Way they served the Laige number census enumerate Francis h. Loan. Eui e it can Sims to the tenth India which includes the coir l As with the names not yet announce at Washingto the names. He has completed his who will take the Censi of s towns a id cities o 630, and Seehausen 2,590. The Lake county Republican convention was held at Indiana Harbor last saturday and ratified the primary elec Tion of the Day previous. The convention was marked by the is positively my a i is Lake county the results of the Pri Maries the a previous being confirmed by acclamation amid the utmost enthusiasm and Good will and in the cars to be running Between i Gary and Hobart this summer i and to Valparaiso by septem i Berk work being pushed. William Black led the ticket with a vote of 3,225 Thomas Grant was next with a vote of 3,085 or. F. W. Smith of Gary was next with 2,968, and Ernest Shortridge was next with 2,937. The rest of the candidates were As follows Hutton 2,910 Brown 2,737 Foster 2,093 Pattee 2,421 Hall 2,125 a Kirk 2,826 Vater 2,807 Johnson 2,- 1 begin i poll to. The Monsus enumerators of the county who. On a 15. Ate to begin a a i. Avo k , receiving their com a missions along the commission is a copy of the oath they each must take before some magistrate who has the authority to administer an oath. The oath is a very simple one and aside f o n thei loyalty to the Constitution. It also contains a clause w. H. Gardner president Walter g. Black cashier transacts a general banking business you la hit the Vail on the head if you come Here for any tools you May need. A hardware store s reputation rests largely on the character of tools sold in tool we sell wakes a Friend for us. Whether f you require tools for use in your business or want just a Hammer saw plane Etc. For use around the House if you buy them Here you will be glad you did so when you come to use them. You will also find a Complete line of Gas ranges and general hardware Ata. J. Swanson s main Street Hobart ind. Athletic try out. Following Are the results of the h. T. H. S. Athletic try out at the race track monday the events being pulled i off to determine which of the contest ants would be placed on the regular team this season. It is expected that some interesting i athletic events will be scheduled for this season. I h. T. H. S. Track team. Wallace Watson capt Paul Bruebach i John Killigrew pres Royal Morton George tree Willie Traeger George Tabbert Willie Fleck i Clay team. I John Killigrew George Tabbert Paul Bruebach Willie Fleck Wallace Watson Henry Shell 1 events. I no. 1. 100 cd. Dash Paul Bruebach 11st Wallace Watson 2nd and John Killigrew 3rd. J no. 2. 880 cd. Run George Tabbert 11st, and Henry Sholl 2nd. I no. 3. Discus hurl Willie Traeger i 1st George tree and and Arthur 3rd. No. 4. 220 cd. Dash Wallace wat son 1st Paul Bruebach 2nd and Willie i Fleck 3rd. I no. 5. Pole vault Willie Fleck 1st i and Harold Tabbert 2nd. No. 6. Mile nine George Tabbert i 1st. No. 7. Shot put Willie Traeger 1st George tree 2nd and Arthur , 3rd. No. 8. 120 cd. Hurdles Royal mor ton 1st and John kit grew and. No. 9. Running Broad jump George tree 1st Wallace it Atson 2nd and i Paul Bruebach 3rd. Ino. 10. Hammer throw a Willie Traeger 1st Henry i arms 2nd and Arthur 3rd. 11. High jump Royal Morton 1st Wallace Watson and and Paul i Muebach 3rd. I o. .2. 220 cd. H idles Wallace i \ Atson 1st and form Ivill grew ind. I of. To. 440 cd. Run John Killigrew a 1st and Paul Brueback i and. I presence of a tremendous gathering of whereby once they have begun the i spectators and delegates. They Are not to quit until the i the convention was entirely Harmoni i Quot a Ork is finished. The commission i Ous from the moment mayor a. G. I also tells the compensation that the Schieken ascended the platform to say enumerator shall be paid for the a few words of Welcome until judge t. Work. It is As follows two cents it Henderson s ice Cream Parlours a now be found a id line of Choice fits. From authoritative inside information the news is Able to assure the people of Hobart and Vicinity that the new Gary Hobart amp Valparaiso electric line will be ready for operation by the time the Bridge is completed which Wil probably be about the Middle of the summer. Several weeks delay has been occasioned owing to the fact that new surveys had to be made a this Spring As Well As new maps plats charts specifications for equipment and an endless amount of detail work which were in the hands of the former Engineer and not accessible by the company when he left its employ. While the Road proper will be handled under one construction company nevertheless All of the work will be sublet and it is these contracts that Are being worked on now. There is an endless amount of detail to be attended to. The Engineer was this week in conference with the Engineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Engineer of the Nickel plate Railroad relative to the underground crossing at Salt Creek. The company is going to build a first class Road in every detail and As above stated expect to have cars operating Between Gary and Hobart by the Middle of summer and running cars to Valparaiso by september. Let heating contract. Monday at the office of school trustee Barnes the Board again took up the matter of bids for the heating and ventilating of Hobart s be Quot a school House the following firms competing for the work on these bids Lewis amp kitchen___________________$5357 Bryce heating amp vent. Co 5,466 j. S. Andrews amp sons 5,984 the Bryce heating and ventilating co., of Toledo 0., was awarded the contract though their bid was a trifle higher than Lewis amp a Kitchen. The reason for this was that after careful consideration by the Board and consultation with the architect the specifications of the Bryce company were considered the More Complete and satisfactory. C. Hembroff chairman of the con-1 mention intimated that a motion to 1 adjourn would be entertained and i there was a Deal of Good sound re pub i lican doctrine offered As food for i thought by eminent politicians of the i District. The speakers included such j men As congressman e. D. Crum i Packer Captain h. A Norton of Gary for each name taken 20 cents for each Industrial institution 20 cents for each Slaughter House 20 cents for each farm or truck Garden 20 cents for each barn containing live Stock. The work will probably pay the enumerators Between $50 and $60. The full list. The Complete list As compiled up to30 interest paid on time deposits e. R. Alexander c. J. Gerber i judge Reiter of Hammond and judge present is As follows Mcmahan of Crown Point All of whom i made eloquent talks while waiting for i the canvassing Board to announce the i results of the primaries. There was 1 not a Knock during the entire proceed i Ings. The word had gone out that miss Pearl i. Jansen w. H. Oster Man. Calumet township Elnathan Braddock Gary City Vard 1 Walter p. Sullivan Gary City Ward 2 Chester l. Eckert Gary City Waz d 3, ,. George Ramuscak Gary City Ward 4 i judge Crumpacker was Gong to make m Ora a a a a a a a c. Antrim Gary City Ward of Alexander amp Gerber contractor Cement walks foundations and building blocks an attack on senator Beveridge but i even this failed to develop. I the party therefore is thoroughly j United in Lake county the offices Well distributed geographically and the Campaign will be entered upon without i a Shadow of a doubt but that the entire county ticket will be elected. Death of Henry Chester. Last saturday morning at one o clock Henry Chester one of the Pioneer residents of this Section died at his Home near Ainsworth aged 75 years 5 months and 25 Days. Leslie g. Cutler Cedar Creek township Leonard w. Ragon Lowell town f Ank b. Krimbill Center township fied y. Wheeler Edwin f. Knight Crown Point Jay c. Eagle Grove township Herman Piepho Hanover township Charles a. Blank Hobart township Wilfred Strom Hobart town Peter j. Kooy John c. Kooy North township Dell j. Funkhouser Robert h. Mutton East Chicago City James g. Nellis Henry Scharaga Indiana Harbor r Mayer Rubin Frank Grove floors a specially let us make you estimates on any Concrete or Cement work you May desire done Hobart Indiana j. H. Arnold of Valparaiso was transacting business in Hobart tuesday. Deceased had been in declining he the Hunt Ford Hunter. Stanley for Many months and during the past Knoerzer mrs. Mary eleven weeks was confined to his bed. He leaves a wife and seven children. Rosenburg Henry j. Dosey Jesse r. Bowles w. C. Walter Herrburg. Hal Hobart bakery four boys and three girls to mourn his Young Edward Schottler Frank m. Death. Or. Chester was widely known having lived on the same place for 62 All kinds of Youts will s. Jones Isaac g. Pollard Hammond Paul a. Scholz George a. Years. He was one of the wealthy Winslow Clifford r. Moore Whiting Farmers owning Over 1,000 acres near i Ada a. Case Ross township Ainsworth. Thomas p. Connors John Krudup St. The funeral was held on tuesday at township Louis g. Little West 2 o clock interment taking place at the i greek township James h. Phillips Ainsworth cemetery. Winfield township. Several printers of the City were guests of a. H. Keeler editor of the Hobart news last night. The Hobart Brand of hospitality is the topic of conversation with the Bunch today and future visits to that place will be looked Forward to with Vidette april 8. Congressman Crumpacker has recommended the appointment of Geo. P. Haywood As postmaster at Lafayette to succeed the late Thomas w. Burt. Or. Haywood is proprietor of the Lafayette morning journal. Fights Frost with fire. The first attempt in Indiana to prevent the blossoms on Fri it Trees from being affected by Frost was made wednesday night by William Walton jr., manager of a Large fruit farm in a la Porte county who set out 500 fire pots in the evening and burned 1,000 Gallons of Petroleum during the night. From the present appearance of the blossoms the Experiment which was watched by nearly All the fruit growers in Laporte county was goods buns cookies cakes and pies always on hand Siegfried Baumer proprietor main Street Hobart Indiana i 1 s

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