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Dr. Hoblett

                                                          [Handled Sheep.]
                                                         Dexter Township.
Note: First name of Dr. Hoblett and his brother not known...
Arkansas City Traveler, November 28, 1877.
We received a call from Dr. Hoblett, of Beaton, Illinois, last Saturday. His brother of Dexter, and Uncle Moore of Crab Creek, were with him. The doctor has some sheep in this county, and is also interested in real estate.
Next item mentions David Hoblett, of Dexter township. Unknown if this refers to Dr. Hoblett or his brother...
Winfield Courier, June 26, 1879.
Mr. T. B. Turner returned from Chicago last Saturday evening accompanied by Mr. James Hoblett and wife and Mr. Johnny Lowe, who will spend several days in seeing the sights of Winfield and vicinity. Mr. Hoblett is a brother of David Hoblett, of Dexter township, is one of the leading lawyers of Illinois, and is the gentleman under whom W. P. Hackney studied law.
(?) Hoblett...have no idea if related to the other Hoblett individuals...
Winfield Courier, June 28, 1883.
Special Stock Sale. I will have a Special Stock Sale at Hoblett’s Feed Stable on 9th Avenue, Winfield, Kansas, the last Saturday in each month, commencing at 10 o’clock, a.m. Parties wishing to have stock sold can have it thoroughly advertised, free of charge, by sending in list on or before the 15th of each month. M. M. SCOTT, Auctioneer.


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