The Hugo Husonian. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1908 Page: 2 of 6
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QO TO HEADOUARTERS TO FIND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
The "Hoosier" Kitchen Cabinet, the "Globe-Wernick" Sectional Book Case, the "Rockford" line of beautiful Buffets, the "Karpen"
line of Davenports and Couches, the "Paragon" Steel Ranges, none be*er; ttie "Hot Blast" Heaters, the "Fisher" Mattresses, also
the "Ostermoor," and Iron Beds of every style and finish.
Our RUGGET DEPARTMENT is full of newest patterns in Persian, Turkish and Floral designs.
20 per cent saved
By buying from the LARGEST FURNISHING HOUSE in Southern Oklahoma
FREIGHT PAID WITHIN A RADIUS OF ONE HUNDRED MILES
We have just added to our Undertaking Department a nice FUNERAL CAR and CLOSED CARRIAGE
Hugo Furniture Co.
Wholesale and Retail
:Undertakers & Embalmers
THE HUGO HUSONIAN
One Year _
Published weekly and entered at the
postoffice at Hugo, Oklahoma, as second
olass mail matter.
J. L. WILBANKS, Editor
MARRIED AT PARIS. COUNTY COURT
W. J. BALDWIN,
Publisher and Business Manager,
Couple of This City Plight Vows j
Saturday in Texas.
W. I. Gill, a popular barber
who has been in the employ of
the Union Barber shop f 01* the
past several months, and Mrs.
Eva Wimberly of Avinger, Texas
were married in Paris Saturday
afternoon by County Judge
Thursday, Nov. 26, 1908
Conviction Secured in Every
Case That Has Gone
County court convened Mon-
day with Judge Glenn on the
bench and much interest is at-
tached to the present term on
The bride had spent several of an usuaHy ]arge dock-
weeks here previous to the wed-
ding visiting her aunt, M rs. S.
M. Owens. The marriage was a
surprise to their many friends
The happy couple returned to
this city Sunday night and will
reside in the east part of town.
At the November examination
the following pupils made an av-
erage of 90% or over, and 98%
or over on deportment and their
names are placed on the honor
Claud Taylor, Oscar Payn,
John Beau champ, Ida River,
Florence Rivers, Alpha Kennell,
Doshia Thomas, Verona Davis,
Carrie Thompson, Willie Grabeel ing whiskey, continued on mo-
and Jimmy Parker. | tlon of defense.
NOriDe Tether 1 State vs Benson Thomas, so-
' liciting sale of whiskey, continu
J. H. Roark Dead. cd by defense.
J. H, Roark, a man about fifty ! State vs Osborne Leflore, bond
years of age and who came here I forfeited for non appearance,
about a year ago from DeKalb, I State vs Ed Houghton, resist-
Texas died at his home in the j Wf( an officer, guilty.
east part of town last Thursday
night after an illness of only a-
bout four days with malarial fe-
The remains were shipped to
White Rock, near Clarksville,
Texas, for interment.
The "Booster Club" is an ex-
ponent of optimism and is for
everybody interested in the de-
velopment of this country. Don't
fail to attend the meeting and i-
dentify yourself with the prog-
ressive spirit of Hugo.
Attend the meeting of the
Boosters Club Monday night and
,ioin in the proceedings. It will
n—ke you realize more fully than
ever that you are living in a real
live and energetic town and will
revive your spirits and do you
"Everybody gets off at Hugo,'
has become a by-word through-
out the country," says a well
known citizen who has traveled
in both the eastern and western
Btates during the past few months
"I have heard the expression as
far east as Ohio and Kentucky,
and at various points in New
Mexico; and it lis an advertise-
ment that is bringing results and
which is wholly due to the por-
ters on the A. ft C. Railway."
The expression is due to the fact
that the passenger trains on this
line lay over here several hours
each day during which time the
cars are cleaned. The porters
in passing through the cars and
crying out the train oonnectionp
at this point, wind up by singing
out, "Everybody gets off at Hu-
go.', The Booster Clob should
take advantage of this popular
expression in preparing their ad-
INDICATIONS FOR OIL OR GAS.
Paris, Texas.—Capt. S. J.
Wright, who is prospecting for
oil on his plantation at the mouth
of the Kiamitia, reports that at a
depth of about 600 feet a second
cap rock has been encountered
as hard as flint. The work is in
charge of an expert driller, who,
is of the opinion that such a for-j B. F. Lee, died this morning
about 2 o'clock, after an illness
of about seven weeks with slow
fever, leaving the home sad-
dened on Thanksgiving day,
otherwise bright and cheerful.
The little one had been very
ill for weeks and while hope still
lingered with its parents and
friends its death was not unex
The funeral services were con-
et which will make it neccessary
to continue the term for several
Up to the present time a con-
viction has been secured in every
case which has gone to trial
which commends in the highest
possible way the excellent work
of County Attorney Willis: The
proceedings are as follows:
State vs Will McHam, drunk-
enness, dismissed by state.
State vs E. S. McLellan, re-
sisting an officer, guilty andfined
State vs Benson Thomas, sell-
Married at Dallas.
Miss Rosa Fancher, who was
State vs James Roebuck, sell-
ing whiskey, continued on mo-
tion of state.
State vs R. Perry, selling
whisky, plead guilty, fined $50
and JJO days imprisonment at
State vs Eld Houghton, carry-
Collected by Mrs. J. T. Dewese.
Phone No. 23.
As the result of a contest be
tween the "reds" and "blues"
of the W. O. Ws. the defeated
side, the "reds" served a delic-
ious oyster supper to the "blue"
the ladies circle, and wives of
woodmen last Friday evening.
The successful contestants were
treated to two courses, the first
being baked potatoes and tooth
picks, served before the ladies
arrived. All present enjoyed
the evening and congratulate the
woodmen on the signal success
of their undertaking.
The A. F. F. club was cordial
ly entertained this week by Miss
Saffold. Progressive "42"' form
ed a pleasant diversion for the
afternoon. Delicious refresh
ments were served and the club
adjourned to meet with Miss O
d ra Carter next week.
The "merry maids" met with
Winnie Springs. In response
to roll call quotations from Mer-
edith were given. Miss Muna
Lee was leader of the 1 esson,
which was on Irvin's Sketch
Book. Questions were asked on
the whole. One new member
was added. A delightful two.
course luncheon was served in
the dining room. The rooms |
were darkened and the mellow I
light Hooded the room. The
club adjourned to meet with Ru |
by Shelton. . i
A pleasant social event trans
pired at the beautiful home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shull Thurs
day afternoon f rom 3 to 6 o'clock
Mesdames Chas. and Graves
Shull entertained with bridge
Miss Moody Boyett, court
stenographer, spent Sunday in
Paris with her parents.
Mrs. Judson L. Wilbanks has
returned from a visit to Dr. Wil-
banks and family at Bells, Texas
Z.F. R iberts and wife, of Neo-
sho, Mo., are here visiting their
daughter, Mrs. James Lawhorn
and other relatives. Mr. Rob-
erts lived in this city aud did a
livery business about five years
ago. He was surprised that the
tqjvn had grown in such large
proportions since he Mt here.
Its Cause and How to Cure it.
Rat too much,
Stomach feels bloated,
All out of sorts,
Don't feel like work to-day. Guess
I've another case of biliousness.
"Yes; some pills, but no results; sap-
pose I'm getting ironclad. Sometimes I
double the dose, then they physic me so
hard I'm too weak to work. Think I'll
have to try something new."
"Ever try Prickly Ash Bitters?"
"No; I've heard a good deal about it,
but never tried it."
"Well, you'll be pleased with the re-
The purgative action of Prickly Ash
cere appreciation of the many : Bitters not only removes hard impac-
kindnesses and sympathy ex Itions' Sasan<1 impurities, but it strength-
tended to us in our bereavement
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our sin-
ens the muscular action of the bowels
which causes them to move regularly,
at the loss of our dear son, Stew Prickly Ash Bitters is a bowel tonic
aid, and also for the beautiful and regulator in the truest sense. It
Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Marean.
ONE TURKEY FOR $3.40.
Dupree, of Forney, was
promotes daily evacuations, establishes
healthy movements and is the best
known remedy for disordered digestion,
1 flatulence and a constipated habit.
D. M niaclcweldcr, of Litchfield, 111., says In
the Litchfield News: "lam perfectly willing, in
town Monday with a load of ti ft y fact glad to testify to the value of Prickly Asb
I) i,, ... r ... ,,.1 : i.i. Bitters as a medicine for the kidneys, stomach
hnc Bronze tu rkeys, for which he ,nd bowels. , have nsed it whcoever, netded
readily realized 10c a pound.'
One large two year old gobbler
weighed 84 pounds and was sold I
for $3.40. They were the finest
lot ever marketed in Hugo.
anything of the kind for the last fifteen years
and it has always given satisfaction."
Get the genuine with the figure
"3" in red on front label.
Sold by druggists.
stenographer at the handle facto >n8 a pistol, plead guilty and fin-j &n^ jionor of ^jrs j^a
ry for the past several months, e(* $25 and costs.
was married on the 15ih inst to Siate vs E. S. McLellan, car
Prof. E. a. Rice, one of the in- j rying pistol, plead guilty and
structors in Draughan Business fined $25 and costs.
dollege at Fort Worth, the wed- State vs Cub Swinney, unlaw-
ding being consummated in Dal- ful possession of whisky, guilty.
LITTLE SON DIES
Little Lester Lee Passes A-
way Last Night.
Lester, the little eighteen
months old son of Dr. and Mrs.
mation at that depth must im
prison some tremendous force
of nature, and that when it is
penetrated a big flow of oil or
gas ought to be encountered.
Winter blasts, causing pneu-
monia, pleurisy and consump
tion, will soon be here. Cure
your cough now and strengthen
your lungs fwith Foley's Honey
and Tar. Do not risk starting
the winter with weak lungs,
when Foley's Honey and Tar ducted from the family
will cure the most obstinate denceon Dukc >street b U(.v R
coughs and colds and prevent „ ~ .. .
serious results. Gem Drug E Cornelius and the remains
Store, Davis A Olliver, nropri- were laid to rest in Spring Chap
etors, West Main street. el cemetery.
nus of Roxton.
The prize for high score, a
beautiful Japanese plate, was a-
warded to Mrs. Stanley and the
guests prize, a cut glass olive
dihl: was presented to the liono-
HUGO, OKLA , November 14, 1908.
J. II. DOWDY,
The Hugo Piano Store:
1 have a Byrns I'inno which 1 purchased four years ago
and do*not hesitate to say that it has given perfect satisfac-
tion in every respect. Tours truly.
Mus. R. M. Connki.l.
These excellent pianos range from $iJ512 up. We also
have the Byrne Player Piano, usually $'i50, our price $550.
Patronize the home man with your tuning and repairing —
here to stay. Also "the latest" in sheei .nisic and McKin-
leys 10c addition. Respfc.,
J. II DOWDY.
■ ■mi ■ IM———————w——
State vs Walter Casy, selling j Roseg an(] t.hrysantliemum8'
whiskey, plead guilty and fined \formed a pruWy gai.niB|linent
$50 and .10 days irnpr.sonment at rfhe ho8teg8e8 were assi!4led in I
dard labor. receiving their guests by Miss)
State vs Dave Armstrong, dis- gauie shull
missed on motion of state. , , '
,, . .... , ... I Mrs J. 11. Jackson charming
State vs Mike Leflore, iismis- j, , ...
ly presided in the dining room)
and served chocolate and coffee. |
State vs Tom Gordon, dismis
State vs Dan Hardy, dismissed
State vs Mr. and Mrs. Andy
State vs J. L. Bevins, unlaw-
ful nossession of whisky, guilty
and fined $50 and 30 days at
State vs Dan Kelly, continued
The court adjourned until Fri
Pinesalve Acf 5
Carbolized family salve.
Keller Drug Co.
A delicious three course lunch-
eon wan. served.
The time was s| ent so pleas-;
antly that the guests lingeringly .
A whist party in the evening
in honor of Mr. Manus was but
a repitition of the pleasant after
Dr. and.Mrs. H. L. Wright,
s|K>nt Thanksgiving in Durant
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Kendall.
Judge J. R. Mason of Ardmore
was in Hugo this week.
Miss Anna Grey left this week
for her home in Sapulpa.
FOR COUGHS AND COLDS.
FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA,
THROAT and LUNG
I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the grandest medicine of
modern times. One bottle completely cured me of a very bad
cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments.
EARL SHAMBURG, Codell, Kas.
PRICE BOo AND SI.OO
3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C.
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Wilbanks, J. L. The Hugo Husonian. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1908, newspaper, November 26, 1908; Hugo, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc139661/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.