The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 42, Ed. 2 Thursday, December 12, 1907 Page: 2 of 8
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iHORTEST DAY OF THE YEAR.
NOW WHO'S NEXT?
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The Farmers & Merchants
It s^*rtCi£ a poor arranzeme-nt to
fe*T€ it on the calendar just before
^BY WILL HILL.
CHRISTMAS, crowned with mirth and cbfcer,
Sweet magnet-night of all the year.
From field and city, camp and foam,
Where er our loved ones absent roam,
Thy subtle spell from far and near
Can draw them home.
Gathered round thy friendly fire,
Sisters, mother, sons, and sire
Once more in fond affection meet,
To lore-set time their besoms beat,
And every hearth's a happy quire
Of singers sweet. Copyright, 1*7.
Surplus and Profits -
Total Responsiability $110,000.00
BOUND TO RISE.
It Was a Sure Proof
RUPT8 L. ORIS WOLD, the Cleve-
land educator who holds that it it)
wrong to let children believe in
Santa Claus, wag arguing about bin
•t range views at a dinner.
' '"Why lie to children?'' he asked.
"Why let tbem believe in a myth?
Whenever I hear mention of that
loathed name of Hanta Claim, I think
of a lunatic. Some yearn ago I at-
tended a trial. A witness was be-
ing examined as to the vanity of
one of the Inmates.
" 'You hold that thin Inmate is In-
■ane, do you?' a lawyer asked
" 'I do,' was the firm reply.
"'Why are you so sure?'
" 'The man,' the witness said, 'goes
about asserting (bat he Is Santa
" 'And,' said the lawyer, 'you hold,
do you, that when a man goes about,
asserting that he is Santa Claus, it's
a clear proof of his insanity?'
" 'I do.'
" 'Because,' said the witness, in a
loud, indignant voice, 'I happen to be
Santa Claus myself.'"
Sample of American
SIR THOMAS LIPTON had been
complimented by a New York re-
porter on the cup he had just offered.
"I ought to ofTer a cup," said the
genial Briton, "to the retail shop-keep-
er who does the biggest Christmas
trade. The Blze of your Christmas
trade amazes me—Its size, and the
dexterity with which it Is handled.
"I heard the other day of a great
Christmas bargain sale in Quincv. To
one of the bargain counters a man
was rash enough to venture. He
struggled heroically a little while
among the press, then, with a loud
cry. he sank
"'Help, help!' he shouted from the
floor. 'Help! My leg is broken.'
"The clerk, dextrous In the handling
of Christmas crowda. got him.
" 'And you'll find our Christmas
splints and curtches. air.' he said, 'on
third floor back, fifth aisle to left.,..
In the Interest of
Peace on Earth."
ALFRED H. LOVE, the president of
Universal Peace I'nlon, told one
day in Philadelphia a peace story.
"At this Christmas season." be said,
"men talk sincerely about loving one
another, about the universal brother-
hood <>f man. and In the same breath
they assert that It Is right to burn
and maim and kill In war. They are
not so logical as a young colored re-
cruit wbo served In the Philippines
This young man. at the end of his
initial engagement, was haled before
• 'So yoa ran at the first fire, did
yon*' said the captain, scornfully
~ Tfj. sab; an' I'd a" run sooner,
sab. If I'd knowed It wuz comin''
- 'Have yoa no i *ard for yo«r
" 'Mah reputation hain't nufln' to
M. sab, 'londald* o mah life'
The captain smiled and twirled his
" Even if you should lose yotir life, i
Calhoun/ he said, 'you'd have the sat-
isfaction of knowing that you bad
died for your country.'
" 'Wot satisfaction could dat be to
me, sab, when de power o' feelln' lt
" Then patriotism means nothing to '
" N'uffin', sah. I wouldn't pat mah
life In de scales agin any government
dat eber existed, for no government
could replace de loss o' me.'
" 'Calhoun, If all soldiers were like
you, the world's governments would
all go to pieces.'
" 'On de contrary, sah, dey'd last
forever; for if all soldiers wuz like
me, den dere couldn't neber be no
Sam Small's Hypnotism
"THE late Sam Small had his faults,"
I said an Atlantan, "but he did not
dodge the penalty of tbem. When he
went wrong, he owned up like a man,
and if punishment was" due, he took it.
That was the doctrine Sam Small
preached. He hated dodgers. He
used to laugh bitterly at the plea of
hypnotic Influence' that used to be
put up by nearly every murderer.
I once heard him ridiculing hyp-
notism He said that he bought pret-
ty heavily one year for Christmas, and
when the bill came in for turkey and
mince meat, candy, ducks, chickens,
plum pudding, fruit cake and so on,
he thought to himself that here was a
case for hypnotism to be tried.
"He went first to hypnotize the
grocer Approaching the man, he
looked him squarely in the eye, at the
same time repeating, slowly and im-
" My bill Is paid.'
"A change came over the grocer's
face. His color faded, his eyes grew
dull, his expression blank. And in a
strange, mechanical voice he mut-
tered : .
" 'You're a liar.' "
K f I -
^ e nmte yotir attention to the snreity orforded deposit-
ors in the,above' figures' antl solicit, your account whether large
t Every,facililyjophis]bank."consistent with conservatism.
is at^an_t:m&sA available to_our friends ond customers.
^7 m m ^ ^ a'r pro tec t e d b y burglary insurance, officers and em-
ployees bonded, safety^deposit boxes.
H. A. JONES, Vice President.
JS £ W5SZZ B. M. LOVELHCE, Cashier
"Well, little boy, what do you want
Willie—"Oh, I guess I'll have an
nautymobeel, de golf championship ob
de west, a steam yacht, an' a option
on de lake front, an' a pack o' cigar-
Had Earned Her
"j" Christmas gifts.' said Bishop Foss,
"but the only acceptable ones are
those given with a pure motive. In
a crockery shop, during the holidays,
I once saw the proprietor hand a
plainly-dressed young woman a two-
dollar bill. She looked at the bill,
and said bitterly:
"'Is that all? And durin' the past
year ain't I broken 35 tumblers, 26
cups, nine meat platters, four saucers.
72 plates and 13 of the mistress' best
" 'There, there," said the shopman,
soothingly: here's another dollar for
you. And don't forget me. you know/
he ended with a wink."
Christmas Is a Good
Day for a Cold.
BISHOP OLMSTED of Colorado was
making a Christmas address to
some Denver children.
"Eat heartily on Christmas day,"
the bishop said, smiling. "Do full
Justice to turkey, to cranberry sauce,
to plum puddiag, to all the good
things But don't give way to glut
tony Don't gloat over your Christ
mas dainties like a Bala boy I used
to know This boy said one Christ
My. I wish I had a cold*"
" 'Why ?' a*ked his brother
" 'Cause mother says to feed a cold,
and if I had one to-day. wouldn't I
feed It. though" "
BIBLE STUDY CUB
Mr?. D. S. Dill entertained the mem-
bers of the Bible Study club at her
beautiful home on Wester Avenue Fri-
day afternoon. Mrs. Clay was unable
to attend but had prepared an interest-
ing i aper on "Joshua s Daring and Fear-
It ss Courage" which was read by Mrs.
L>. 3. Wolifinger. Mrs. Finley's paper
on the Egyptian Pyramids." was so fine
t lat she was requesned to repeat it at
our of.en session. JAfter the lesson a
half hour g was spent socially during
which Mrs. Suttle furnished some piano
selections. Mrs. Thompson of South
Carolina was a guest of the club.
Little Miss Kathcrine Fraker enter-
tiiin«d a number of her friends Friday 1
afternoon, in honor of her 12th birthday, j
The usual number of games were in-.
dulged in and a dainty repast served the I
guests. Miss Kalherine received many ;
beautiful and useful presents.
Ruth McCollom. Ella Castle. Mable
Van Horn. Lela Sautbine. Eunice Phil-
lips. Freda Byers. June Reinhs rt Ina
Shelby and Margaret Fraker.
KNIGHTS OFi PYTHIASJLECT OFFICERS
COAL, WOOD AND FEED
Good Weights. Full Measure and Prompt Delivery
is our Motto. PHONES 211 and 323
Bobbie—"Wonder why the days are
so much shorter 'bout Christmas
Betty—"Why. so Santa Claus can
have dark enough to get 'round In,
*;td the victim.
Knights of Pythians met in their ball
Wednesday evening and conferred the
j second rank upon T. E. Henderson, after
which they held their annual election.
Those fleeted were:
Earl Johnson, chancellor commander.
Herald Salisbury, vice chandler.
George Montgomery, prelate.
D. Haney, master at arms.
Arthur Johnson, keeper of records
R. A. Ba kn an. master of finance.
Fr*nk Chandler, master of exchequer.
F. Gresh&m. innner guard.
C. Cook, onter guard.
Wm. L. Lake, master of work.
John A. Hyndnian, trustee.
Wm. Lake and L. Young representa-
tive to Grand Lodge.
After the election a general smoker
1 was held
Corner Main and Fifth Streets,
Hobart, - - Oklahoma
gr JWanted at Lone Wolf
| |.I« >s Edwards, a n gro. was arrested
by I Vputy Sheriff Brashears, at Mani-
tou Thursday evening and placed in the
county jail. He has charged with dis-
| P^ing of mortgaged property committed
at Lone Wolfand was taken there Friday
to face the charges
R. S. Winn was called U« Waco. Texas.
Thnrsday night on account of the ser-
ious illness of his daughter
Grant Harryman, Itorage.rand 1
Household Goods and Pianos
Given Special Attention
Office Phone 301. - - Residence, 301.
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Benedict, Roy. The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 42, Ed. 2 Thursday, December 12, 1907, newspaper, December 12, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233990/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.