The Hugo Husonian. (Hugo, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1908 Page: 3 of 6
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YOU DO NOT WANT TO OVERLOOK THE
High-Class as Well as Cheap Furniture at
They have Napoleon Beds, Colonial Dressers, Princess Steel Range, and Picture Framing Done.
Your trade will be appreciated. No trouble to show you through.
Moore Bros. Furniture Company.
Supreme Courts Fixes Date
The Oklahoma supreme court,
in open session on NovembeJ 9,
issued an order designating the
dates of the convening of the
District Court of the various
counties in the Sixth Judicial
district for the year 1909. The
dates areas follows:
Bryan County, at Durant, be
ginning on First Monday in Jan
uary and continuing until the
Second Monday in Februar. A1
8'j commencing on the Third
Monday in May and continuing
until the Second Monday in
McCurtain county, at Idabel,
commensing on the Second Mon-
day in February and continueing
until the second Monday in
March. Also beginning on the
Second Mondayin Septembe* and
lasting un il the second Monday
McCurtain County, at Idabel,
commencing on the second Mon-
day in February and continuing
until the second Monday in
Marcq. Also beginning on the
second Monday in September
and lasting until the second Mon
day in October.
Choctaw County, at Hugo, be-
ginning on the second Monday
in March and continuing until
the third Monday in April. Also
oonvening on the second Monday
in September and lasting until
the third Monday in November.
Marshal County, nt Madill, be-
ginning on the third Monday in
April aad continuing until the
third Monday in May. Also be-
ginning on the third Monday in
November and continuing until
The above is the name of a
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Hexamethylenetetramine is rec-
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urine. Take Foley's Kidney
Remedy as soon as you notice
any irregularities, and avoid :
serious malady. Gem Drug
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PLUMBERS AND TINNRRS
Estimates Riven on Tin. Sheet
Iron and popper work. Gutter
Rooting. Galvanized tanko, cis-
terns, Well casing and Klues.
W. C. Strother
HUGO, IND. TERJ
It is a lamentable matter that
many so-called Democratic pa
pers have seen fit to ridicule Mr.
Bryan and his position in Amer
ican politics since the recent e-
lection. At most it is but a
short-sighted effort to be funny
at the expense of one of Ameri
ca's greatest and purest men a-
side from the fact that he is an
exponent of Democracy. Even
though he has been defeated
three t:mes for the presidency,
no man in the history of this na-
tion has exercised a greater per
sonal influence on American pol
itics- The vigorous stand taken
by him on all public questions
has revolutionized both the Dem-
ocratic ahd Republican parties.
His record is emblematic of per
sonal and political purity and the
awakening ofj the public con
science upon all matters pertain-
ing to official corruption has been
brought about by Bryan, ^or
the sake of the immortal princi-
ples of Democracy, we are sorry
that of the thousands who are
now holding office by the gift of
the party, few of them can be
measured by the same standard
of manhood as this man who has
gone down in defeat. Bryan is
in advance of his time, but in the
years to come he will be known
as the greatest statesman of the
century. We have never seen a
greater compliment given a man
tnan the following from the Dal-
"Mr. Bryan has not lived in
vain. Since bis entry into A
merican politics the standard of
THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
■CWANK or IMITATIONS.
THE QENUINI PnCPARED ONLY
Ballard-Sjow Liniment Co.
•T. LOUIS. MO.
REMNANT SALE OF
Commissioner of Five Tribes
Makes Sale of 2,000
Unsold Town Lots.
Muskogee, Okla.—J. George
Wright, commissioner to the
Five. Civilized Tribes, has an-
nounced the sale of 2,000 unsold
town lots in 18 of the towns of
the Five Tribes, beginning at
McCurtain, yi the Choctaw na
tion, Dec. 18. These lots are fag
ends that have often been adver-
tised for sale at auction before.
They will lie sold at auction un
der regulations such as have
governed all town lot sales in the
If you suffer from constipa-
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statesmanship has grown, and at manently by stimulating the di-
this time patriotism, honesty gestive organs so they will act
MAKE AN EARLY START.
Save your nickles and dimes and start a
Bank account, the dollars will take care
COME TO SEE US.
The First National Bank
CAPITAL $60,000 00. SURPLUS $17,000 00
RESOURCES $250,000 00
R. D. Wilbor, Pree.
E. L. Dewitt, Cashier
W. H. Jones, Vice-Pres.
Rush Record, Teller.
Grandfathers knew what
A CONVINCING PROOF
of th« worth of a morlWno I* fho euros It enn cftccK xjxvt
ono who >iah usod Hallnrd's Snow Liniment knows that It wi
r\IDC kheu/watism, cuts.spkains,stipf joints,
1/UIyC AN!)N*\|N1'A^NSL(',A' CON,RACTED MUSCLES
USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS.
V. L. Hot(lo, Ktclimoml, Mo., writes:- "This Is to
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years for rliniiuiatisi.i, lnniral-ria, lum<> liiu'k, etc.,
and In every caso it hat> lcuduitx'. iiumodiulo relief
Avoid all Substitutes. Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00
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ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sold and Recommended by
and intelligence have sway in ail
parties. The nr&n who seeks to
belittle the matchless orator of
the West who has thrice led his
party to defeat, places a very
poor estimate on manhood. Wil-
liam J. Bryan is a manly man, a
well rounded American, and his
I place in history is secure. The
nation has been made better by
Bryan's having lived. Let's be
iust as we go along."
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Gem Drug Store, Davis A Oliver,
proprietors, West Main street.
Prom the number of eggs and
chickens that are expressed in
to this place, it seems that the
poultry business isbeinK neg-
lected. in many of the northern
states chickens and other fowls
are one of the principal sources
of revenue and receive careful
attention on the farm. In this
part of the country, we have
even better advantages than far
ther north, as the climate is
milder and the business cau be
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proprietors, West Main street.
and the Kid-
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50c. and $1.00 Bottles.
November 10, 1908.
The Jacob Dall & Sons Inc. Piano Co.,
New York City, N. Y.
We (The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist
Church) after careful consideration of several other
makes of pianos favored your local dealer, Mr, J. H.
Dowdy, with an order for one of those beautiful
Baus Colonial style pianos. Respectfully,
Mrs, Lula S. Howe, President.
Winnie McMichael, Sc'y & Treasurer.
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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/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.