Hobart Weekly Chief. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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DR. EMMA WOODROW,
Physician and Surgeon.
' Tnu.Tphi ol Modern Surgery.
Wonderful thing? arc done for
Wfmen ,#d Ch::^a 4 Si ' *:ty Organs are taken out and sera-
Second Door South of R. R. on
M'GUIRK A PARKFR,
This Man Has a Memory.
Detroit has a me:r.ory prodif*
•he human body by aurgery. ta the Pcrft°° of Wslliim Putr
a_ who ia ia the empby of uncle
, . , , . , Sam as a mail carrier. In 1S9:
p-j'i and polled and put back, he won an Uxf,r<1 Bibl. as%
or thoy may be removed entire- ?rJze fof recitis, , ,hf g:;dcn texts
ly; bone« are spliced; pipes take an<J ,.tles cf Methoiiat Episco-
the place of deaeased sections o' ?ai Sunday school les«or.?. Five
veins; antiseptic dressing are years later he won a gospel story
Attorneys-at-Lnw. applied to wound*, bruises, of the life of Christ for reciting
offloe orrr Hobart xwionai Bank. burn* and like injuries before 2/300 scriptural verses, and car
infamation sets in, which causes oow recite fully 5,00a He is
HOBART, - OKLAHOMA, them to heal without maturation thoroughly goged ir. and
mi oiM'third t.'io time re |ulr#d can a:5-v ^
J. E. T.-rr.-: s«-. j Nicn Qy the old treatment. Cham*' conse'luence- Ilc c3n rexie the
TERRAL 4 NIXON, Plain's Pain Bairn acts on this J®'™ con!f of **
... states w:th its amendments. in
l.«wy?M. ran,f " <">«•• five ditorot hymn fcwk,
„ ... . 6f?"° an'J *'hon aPP'""? 10 ,uch have b«„ uwd at different times
"r - ' them lo heql Jj, the Methodist Episcopal
HOBART. • ml...1 .> v. quickly. It also alia}'a the churclTTIc knows the title and
pairi ard s ;rr.fs%. Keep a bot- number of every s^ n^. ;r d at
tie of Pain Bu!m in y ur hame, ryctings if siiydnc want? to
and it will save you time and the number cf a ccrtain
:r.onoy, net t.. mention the in-' sontf alj he has to dois to furnis'i
cjnvenienc' and sunVring which ^e title an:! Putnam wiil tell it,
«nt#a. For «!.• 7'1'J th<' tu.rr.ber he furnish-.
I.v i .!aco l.Tot: Store. ,he ""*• Putn,m dchvcri ! SB
KEYS, RUMMONS £ CLINK,
Offlc over llotsr S'it;ona! !l*n.
HOBART, - OK LA POM A.
MORSE A STANDEVEN,
South Sid. S«juar«
HOBART, - OKLAHOMA.
Suilli.i • E* d:r.i:.
W. H. UVCKMOkli,
Notary Pu )ll<*.
HYNDMAN Jk LIVERMORi:.
Real Estate, Loan', Insurance
Your Bu .in.'kH Bcliclud.
E. BURR ELL,
Attorney - at - Law.
OCV'<- Ovi"r Clynf Building
• ! W. C. BRADY,
Cigars and Tobacco.
South Side Square.
Fre.ih testimony in grcr.i qnan-
tity is constantly comlni? in. de-
| daring Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption Couphn'
and Colds to be unequaled. A
recent expression fromT. J. Far-
land Bentorviile, Ya. serves an
example. He writes; "1 had
Bronchitis for three years and
doctored all the time without be-
ing benefited. Then I began
taking Dr. King's New Discovery,
and a few v bo I ti eg wholy cured
me." Equally effective in cur-
ing all Lung and Throat
OKLAHOMA, troubles. Consumption, Pheu-
i monia and Grip. Guaranteed
by I'aiace Drug Store. Trial
bottles free, regular
\ and SI.00.
on a route that comprises 1,400
per:nle, and if anyone wants tc
kn ;w a person's street number,
all he h:; .0 do is to give the
n?:ne „y •'utnar.i will tell it, or
Mi.'? Th:r> Hit Shars.
T< r *1 a lusty, g.jod-catured IiisV
aiari, was 0.10 or a number . f A'orkmea
•mpioyei In rr-cting a building. Th«
owner nt the who 1<aew itfa,
cui I to hiia '.'.t* lay:
"Terry. JUti't you tell no onea that
• brother yo.:ra 13 a bishop?'
"And you r.ro a ho J carrier! Th«
go<> I thlm.-t of this lifj are uot equally
divided, are they. Tarry?"
"No. sor, rejolred Terencn, shoul-
dering his hod an) starting up the
ladder with It 'Poor felly! He
oouldn't do this to tsavo hid lolfel"—
Davis & Spilker.
Fire, Tornado, Life, Aeeident
and Health Insurance Agent/.
Let us write your policies We
represent only the best companies
Hobart National Bank Building.
Ansel A. Young.
llnnlwarr*. Tinware, ^MUtiitwari*. Kurnltun',
Whip*, A'.nc l!*rn«v- i
llktwrrn •! una ifi
"The chronic " kicker," mused the
sizes 50c, west side philosopher, "ti a great
"What's the answer?" queried the
man who had wandered over from the
It Converted the Moonshiner. . He makes a nan appreciate peo-
The fate of those Arkansas tar- who are good natured," explained
mer boys who poisoned them- philosophy dispenser.
selves with "whisky" made fr:;:n
wood alcohol made such an im-
pression on John H. Brumlev,
nmoitshiner, that he loaded hi.*
A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism,
(Wake your Final proof
before the Probate Judge,
P. K. Morrill, at the court _
house at hobart, the only
officer elected by the peo-
ple before whom you can
make final proof. Appli-
cation for Tinal Proof ta-
i lumbago and sciatic pains yield
•till into a wagon, drove to Hot ® _ * ,
Springs a-nd surrendered it andito the penetrating influence cf
himself bo the United States com- j Ballard* Snow Liniment. It
missioner. His whiaky had al- Penetrates to the nerves and
way> been the pure stuff, he said bone, and being absorbed in*o
tout he wanted to get out of tho the blood, its healing properties
business. «re conveyed to every part of
„ 7~ the body and effect some won-
Royal to 3L P,ul s. I cl!rc,. Nr. D. F. Moore,
K...S Kdwar. « th« or.ly K„g. A rainoi, Ce„trol railw.y,
IihIi immach who haa vis:tel St. . . .. ,
PeuI , publicly lor any pun,,* *"■ stnt0'! '.hav° u'ed
bu- that ol thanksgiving Only Bnll:>rd " Snow I^nirr.ent lor
one sovereign has exceeded the •'heumatiBm, backache, etc., in
number of visits made by l' dward my family. It is a splendid
VII to the present structure, remedy. \W) could not do wij^
Queen Anne paying no fewer than n it it." 25c, 50c and S1.0O ui
•even to commejnurate victjrier Fitschon, the druggist.
over France and Spain.
Perhaps you like your gray hair; then keep it. Perhaps not 5
then remember Hell's Hair Renewcr always restores color to
gray hair. Stops falling hair, also.
* Y 11ALI 4 CO.,
11'irat PuLllbhrd Maj 1, wnt Zt )
T«B*TM'\ .11 l>Kt.*llllSlA.
Cot nit or Kiowa. i
Notier !h horehy civt-n e.nl I n lulbhit'
tuth till d hi* petition wl'.h th. county clerk
«nku;t! toi a it . -"i- to U Mpi'iiot:*, rlno'.iH
an.l nmll II jiioix at whOlMlh1 in th.' townRhlp cr
II .(..I t I t* •. Ml." Ic l t W r<! If nn ul.>> v
IIOII Ik tilled Mild lKH>n*i.' will be l su>'ii on
the t'.tii duv of June, urn
W. L HOBBiks.
Million* in Candy.
Can.ly and confectionery to the
amount of $ioo.ooo,uoo are sold
In t!ie American home market ev-
ery year, ind to this total of man-
ufacture New York contributes
20,ooo.(xk), or one-tifth. Pennsyl-
vania. Massachusetts and Illinois
are the three other states which
contribute largely to the total,
which is constantly increasing,
for three reasons. The candy
making interest of the Tinted
States, now centering in and
about New York, where there are
nearly 900 candy making estab-
lishments. shows steady and con-
stant increase, and it is a notice-
able fact tliat localities in which
foreign born residents are numer-
ous there is less candy eaten than
in tliosk* neighliorho >.U which art
inhabited by those of American
Everything found in a
first-class Lumber yard
at lowest prices. : :
Be«t Grade Coal.
S-'Hti V."! ' • ,:t ->n Aver ti" r*- *1
LONG TIME. LOW RATES.
Mokky Advanced To Make
[ Ht?e W. 11. Holsingor, local
manager, Hobart, O. T., or
W1NNE & WINNE,
N ihe leading Photograph
(Jnllery in the eity of Ho-
i ;itt(ti'.e best county seat
in Oklahoma). All work
guaranteed to bo the boat.
( ail and see us and you
will be treated right.
Moou'rCo. T. GEO. LIVINGSTON, proprietor.
All standiird, high grade goods,
at low prices, cash or time.
Sewing maehine supplies. Or-
gans and sewing machines re-
The Pioneer Organ nnd Mew m:
Machine Man. Southeast Cor-
ner Square, in liarker buil li:;•*.
Bi^^eit Pirk on Earth.
Los Ar;?e3cs has the biggest
park in the world. It was pre-
ter.ieu by a newspaper man of the
name cf Griffith and is called
Griffith park. Th? giver asked
thzt n3 railroad leading to the
park fhculd be permitted tc
charge more than 5 cents fare.
Cc*itral Far'.c, New York, C3«? rv
er $i5,ooo,ocvo, and ccrslsts of ?40
acres. Griff,th park, Los A:i^e-
ici, is a tract of 3.000 acres It
in«'h« -e? '^2 Vii 3?e-h-lf
Zl trosiie^-- foothills bordering
Cahuer.ga valley, five mi!?* oi
Los Ar.^eles river bottom a:: 1 a
be-iutifal little valley which irig-
inaliy was known as tic Press
coicay s-.te. The park his over
2,000 acres of tillable land and
some of the most romanMc scvu
try on earth. ,
^ - -
For sick headache take Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Live r
Tablets and a quick cure is cer- '
tain. Fcr sale by Palace Drug
Driven To Dcs: craiu n.
Living at an out of the wny
place, remote from civilization, a
family is often driven to decor-
ation in case of accident, re. .;lt • •
ing in Burns, Cuts, Wound?,
Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply cf
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. it's
tho be3t on earth. £Gc, at the !
Palace Drug Store.
Had Been There Bofore-
Th ; visit that King Edw?.rd
paid to the Vatican a few weeks
ago was not his first. The ven- 1
erabtc officials there remember his
visit there as the Prince of Wales J
during the ponitficate of Piur. IX,
and when Queen Alexandria, as
the Princess of Wales, called on
Leo XIII, ten years ago with two
of her daughters, she was sur-
prised to hear her husband's
praises sounded by the then ven-
erable Leo. Wheal Alexandria
visited the Vatican she and her
daughters wore regulation black
with veils, and. for the first time
in their lives, it is said, made an
important call ungloved.
Chamhcrta!n'« Stomach ar.d Livtr Tab!e!
Better th*n a Doctor's Prescription.
Mr. J. W. Turner, of Truhnrt,
Va., says that Chamberlain's |
Stomach and Liver Tablets have
done him more good than any-
thing he could get from the doc-
tor. If any p'.-.eiicion in this
country was able to compound a
medecine that would produce
such gratifying results 11 cases
of stomach troubles, biliousness
or constipation, his whole time
would be used in prepairing this ■
one midicine. For sale by Palace !
To have good health, the body
shoubd be kept in a laxative coil-!
dition, and tiie bowles moved at
least once a day, so that all the I
poisonous wastes are expeiled
daily. Mr. G. L. 1-idwards, 142
N. Main St. Wichita. Kansas,
writes; "I have used Horbine
to regulate the liver and bowles j
for the past ten years, ar.d!
found it a reliable remedy." oOe '
at Fitschen, the Druggist. ! -
Quay and the "Goo-Goo."
After M. S. Quay's sensational
denunciation of David Martin on
the floor of the United States siu-
ate, early in 1P95, following the
turning down of Penrose for the
mayorality nomination, Mar.in,
it will be recalled, assumed the at
titude of what is termed a "goo-
goo" in municipal affairs, and
talked a £rea! deal about pure
politics and reform. A friend who
had been through more than ons
strenuons campaign side by side
with Martin asked one day:
"Dave, doesn't it take a lot of
nerve for you to come in the glare
of day as a reformer?" "Well,"
replied Martin, "it did at first: but
I sustain myself by thinking of
the newly arrived Celt who one
morning regaled some friends
with an account of the glories of
a play he had witnessed the ni^ht
before. 'How inueh did all that
lux'ry cost yc*?' asked an envious
member of the yroup. 'Nivver a
cint,' was the reply. 'Oi jist
walked in backwar-rd, an' th' mon
be th* dure though it wuz gcin'
gut I wuz.'
;. .. ms, v. p.
v. c. s.: ..v.
FARMERS & MERGAANTS NATIONAL B'N\
CAPITAL 550,000 e.'ID ; p
•T. 13. .Tohn Pre.#. First X: r!- i> ii Cnnk. Chx-kaaha.
\V. W. KMK:AM\ \V. A. V.'RJOK?. «" WAGNTB,
H. A. Jo.n.ns. V.'. A V: .Hf.i.y. .' K. Rr . f.^sou. Pres.
Inter-State Xation&l Bank. K.inar.s City, Kan.
VVe Solicit > Q .;r Account,
K'o.p on hand r-J. nil time* a full line of
the tect tho market :t.rds in ... .
« Staple and
| rancy urocenes.
fg Phone 151.
V.:st Side ot Squ;rc. First Cfeis Treitn-.cnt to Cp.c and All.
Hobart, = = O. X. j
• MONTGOMERY CO.,
Dry Goods, Clothing; Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, and a
) complete line of Groceries. Come in and get our prices, We
t will save you money on your Supplies.
> general merchandise.
AV.VWVSVAI VVVV\AA VVV> VM*«^V' ^A <<SA^.'VV>VVW^V
A. J. Dvxlap- Preaident.
11. a. lamberson', Vice pr^s.
F. T. Chaxdlks, Oc h:or.
R. W. ALDRiCii, Ass't Cashier
The Hobart National Bank.
Hobart, Oklahoma. |
I CAPITAL $25,000. ALL GOOD BUSINESS APP1 f
ti. R. BURKE ^ SON
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HOBART, - OKLAHOMA
It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a victim
Don't Do It. la's Dangerous.
We'll uihnit it w ill euro malaria, but it loaves
almost deadly aft or effect*
id purely vezotablo and absolutely ffuarantoed
to cure malaria, sick Lt adarhe, biliousness,
and all otuiuacb, Liduey aud liver complaiuts.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
50 Cento *. Bottle. All Druggists.
Money to Loan
On Farms ! !
Annual Interest, Easy payments.
Quickest Money In Kiowa County
Call and let us talk the matter
over with you. : : : :
Walton & Walton
OFFICE: Opposite Post Office, j
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Chambers, H. S. Hobart Weekly Chief. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 9, 1904, newspaper, June 9, 1904; Hobart, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc186750/m1/4/?q=%22%22~1: accessed December 5, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.