The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1907 Page: 2 of 9
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NICK THOMPSON, I'rop.
Fine Wines, Liquors
East Side of Square
New Hub Saloon
South of City National Itank.
Everything BritcUs*. OP?* t,,e
bnntof Wine*, Liouow a«l < i(f-
nra hiindled. Under now uud up
E. E. HARRELL
A RCADE BAR
FINE WINES , LIQ-
UORS AND CIGARS
Dealer in Wines and Liquors
Mailorders (rivan prompt attention.
Jn« ami Bottled Goods a Specialty.
2d Door West of Postoffice
BOX 271, HOBART, OKLA.
Original German Saloon
fine wines, liquors
JOHN L. UPTON, Mgr.
West Side of Square, Hobart.
GEO. MEDLEY, Proprietor,
Tho Best Wines Liquors and Cigars,
South Side Square, Hobart.
LAND & TITLE CO.
& Insurance Agents
South Side Square, - Hobart, OWa.
THE HOBART REPUBLICAN
(Successor to Mt. View Republican)
BENEDICT & RALSTON, Owners
Roy Bknediot Editor
A. W. Ralston Business Mgr.
— . . ... Outline of Noble Work Conducted By
Catered a. second-class matter'October, 23.W0B R*,ln lv« For
■iuuirou ns secomi-cmnn niavvci ••—
«t tlio poBtoffice at Hobart, Oklahoma, under
a>;t of ConKressof March 3, 1879.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
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Throe months, in advanca «u
Two weeks notice will be given before tho ex-
piration of all subscriptions, and unless re-
newed will be discontinued.
Advertising rates furnished to advertisers upon
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907
ROOSEVELT AND OKLAHOMA
Hobart Meat Market
Washington St. between 3d and 4th
J. G. KRAFT, Proprietor
ill lunds of fresh and salted meats
Satisfaction gunranteed. Give ua a
trial. Free delivery. PHONE ilo
R. GUILD, Proprietor
Southeast Cor. Square.
FACTS AND FIGURES
OF SALVATION ARMY
Hobart Transfer & |
f>o a general Dray, Trans-
fer and Storage Business.
Prompt and careful ser-
vice guaranteed. Give
us a trial.
BALL & SALMON, Props.
The Star Market
Northwest Corner of Square.
It is now up to President Roosevelt to
approve or disapprove tho constitution
of Oklahoma. The Eagle for one is in-
tensely interested in knowing what the
President of tho United States is going
to do with Section 27 of tho Bill of
That section reads: "Any person
having knowledge or possession of facts
that tend to establish the guilt of any
other person or corporation charged
with an offense against the laws of tho
state, shall not bo excused from giving
testimony or producing evidence, when
legally called upon so to do, on the
ground that it may incriminato him
under the laws of the state; but no per-
son shall be prosecuted or subjected to
any penalty or forfeiture for or on ac-
count of any transaction, matter or
thing concerning which ho may so testi-
fy or produce evidence,"
Now tho constitution of the United
States says expressly that no person
shall be compelled to bo a witness
If tho reader will now peruse the
Oklahoma law again, ho will see that
the Oklahoma document says that a
person shall be compelled to bo a wit-
ness against himself. It says that he
will not be excused from giving testi-
mony. It apparently nullifies the con-
stitution of tho United States.
Now if the reader will read the Okla-
homa law a third time, ho will find that
tho second clause grants immunity
from prosecution. This was added, of
course, with tho idea of bringing the
section within tho constitution. But it
does not do so, and in tho attempt it
opens the door to a most anomalous con-
dition of affairs and one that Oklahoma
may look upon warrantably with as
tonishment. The second clause in
granting immunity throws down the
bars in a most absurd way. That clause
says that no person shall be prosecuted
when he gives testimony on account of
any transaction which may incriminate
him. If you are an accessory to a crime
in Oklahoma, get before the grand jury,
testify, and you are safe. \ ou may be
the principal in tho crime; get before
the grand jury and testify against the
accessories, and you aro free.
If Harry Orchard had testified under
that coustutional provision, the law
could do nothing to him.
When Roosevelt reaches this section,
it is going to be interesting to know
how he will reconcile that section with
the constitution of tho United States.
There is no question but that it contra
venes the supremo law of the land.
Roosevelt will have other matters to
consider; the political gerrymander in a
fundemeutal law will be one matter:
permission to the legislature to repeal
all the corporation law in tho document
at will is ^another- This is really the
strangest thing in the entire document.
This government is a delegation of
Them-Furnished Exclusive For
Republican By Local Corps.
They evangelize the streets and take
the gospel to those who will not enter a
place of worship. They feed the hungry
and provide a shelter for the homeless.
They find tempory work for the un-om-
ployed, and they have been comended
by tho Government for their work in
this direction, they restore missing per-
sons to relatives and friends, and havo
thus earned the gratitude of many a
heart-broken father and mother. They
care for destitute children, and have
found christian homes for many.
Thoy point out to the sinner the
Savior and declare that there is a full
and free salvation for all. They are in-
trumental in God's hands[of oonverting
the drunkards and thousands aro fight-
ing in their ranks today. Thoy rescue
the fallen and restore them to their
homes or find good situations for
them. They visit the jails and hospitals
to preach the gospel of mercy and at-
tend the sick in their homes, they re-
ceive discharged prisoners and give
them an offer to start once more in the
path of truth. They publish the gospel
in many languages, and Lave taken it to
the uttermost parts of tho earth, and
there reaped the wonderful harvest of
the mission field for our Savior.
UNITED STATES STATISTICS
No. Corps (places of worship) 727
That our American rorests abound In
plants which possess the most valuable
medicinal virtues Is abundantly attested
by scores of the most eminent medical
writers and teachers. Even the untu-
tored Indians had discovered the useful-
ness of many native plants bofore the
advent of tho white race. This informa-
tion, imparted freely to the whites, led
the latter to continue investigations until
to-day we have a rich assortment of most
valuable American medicinal roots.
Dr. Pierce believes tb&t our America* for-
Mts atJbniid In most valuable medicinal root#
fo« the culScf roost obstinate and fatal dis-
eases. if weLWotoid properly Investigate them;
•nq, lajMiThuJr^n of this conviction, he
rnverv." which hWH nrnTPn ittflf tO he the
gttLWMnmiirh tnnlr. Iljfr IjTlffn
mTistftfHrli'nt Mnmnrh tnnir IIYfir mTiaur
a tor- heart tonlf and regulator. ttndb|oou
si a, or lnuiffeutlon.
in, ui uiu^couvii, *orpld liver. —
and even valvular and other afToctlons of
the heart yield to Its curative action. The
reason why It cures these and many other
affections. Is clearly shown In a little book
of extracts from the standard medical works
which Is mailed fret to any address by Dr. R.
V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y.. to all sending
reauost for the same.
O O O
Not less marvelous. In the unparalleled
cures It is constantly making of woman's
many peculiar affections, weaknesses and
distressing der&JH^ments, Is Dr. Pierce's
FavorUi>sPreserip(kHvas is amply attested
by thousands :)N4jjX?rtU^<testImontaIs con-
tributed bjNsmeful patten* who have been
cured by It oJLt aJaj,rhalnelvlQ.'3j:Ml5i palnfJT
i."■ . iiuTities, ui^laEsas^yiOQisE
qt'.on of iitcru*: and. - ia7T^^:uT^lcns. oTTen
after "many other advertised medicines, and
physicians had failed.
o -Qy "
Roth the above mentioned medicines are
wholly made up from the glyceric extracts of
native, medicinal roots. The processes em-
Dloyed in their manufacture were original
with Dr Pierce, and they are carried on by
skilled chemists and pharmacists with tho
lid of apparatus and appliances specially
designed and ouilt. for this purpose. Both
medicines are entirely free from alcohol and
all other harmful, habit-forming drugs A
full list of their ingrediouts Is printed on
Fresh and Salted Meats
Choice St. aks and Roasts a Specialty
SMITH & FUQUA, Props.
Total attendance (indoor)— 11,140,732
Local officers and bandsmen..
Juniors company (classes)
Total junior meetings held...
War Crys sold for year
No. of homes
Men admitted during year...
Men passed out during year..
Total no. meals during year..
Total no. beds " " ■ •
WORKING MENS' HOTELS
Total accommodations 7,991)
Total no. beds supplied 1,318,044
Total no. persons
No. of new cases
Number of homes — .
Accomodations per night —
Admitted during year
No. passed out during year...
No. meals supplied 739,930
No. of homes
No. in homes at end of year..
No. of beds supplied
No. of meals supplied.. .>—
SLUM AND GENERAL STATISTICS
No. of slum posts
No. of families visited
No. persons temorarily aided
No. tons of coal distributed..
No. lbs. ice distributed
Christmas dinners supplied..
Total No. persons found tem-
Yes, If That Had Been the Case.
Dinny had hurriedly summoned a
doctor to administer to an acquaint-
ance who had accidentally taken poi-
son. After the physician had given
the sick man a dose of medicine he
remarked that the medicine was an
antidote for the poison and that he
hoped the patient would pull through
all right. In spite of the antidote,
however, the sick man grew rapidly
worse and died. That night at the
wake Dinny was loud In his denunci-
ation of the doctor. "Poor John 'd
've been alive this noight," he ex-
claimed bitterly, "tf thot docther
hadn't hastened his death wld one
iv his anecdotes!"—Harper's Weekly.
Rescue Chamber In Mines*
The "rescue chamber" is a safety
provision of some of the large Aus-
trian mines. It is a strongly timbered
retreat, and its single entrance has a
door that can be made tight against
air and water by means of rubber fit-
tings. It has three cylinders of ox-
ygen, sufficient to enable 30 men to
breathe three days. Inhalation gear
Is at hand for parties leaving the
chamber for reconnaissance or signal-
ing, and canned food, medicine and
first-aid appliances are also kept in
the place. The standard room will ac-
commodate 24 men for a reasonable
time for rescue.
This is an ailment for which Chamber-
lain's Pain Balm has proven especially
valuable. In almost every instance it
affords prompt and permanent relief.
Mr. Luke LaGrange of Orange, Mich.,
says of it: "After using a plaster and
other remedies for three weeks for a bad
lame back, I purchased a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and two ap-
plications effected a cure." For sale by
Remember our cooking exhibit closes
Saturday night. A ffne set of ware fr<je
„ Wjth ej«ch range sold this week only.
powers by the people to the executive, j)on t ffet ic.ft. 9 20d2t
the legislative and the judicial branches. Bolon °8"' d*'
Is the Place to go to take a Rest
Good fishing, bathing, pure spring |
water, nice shade "Nature's Pleas- |
ure and Health Resort," The Cold |
Springs Hotel furnishes good board :|
f for $1.25 per day or $5.00 per week. |
I Tents to rent to those who wish to $
>: camp. J
i LET ME FIGURE WITH YOUf
> O N YOUR CONCRETE WORK |
I have had nine years experience in constructing
walks, curbs, combination curb and guttei%
foundations and all kinds of cement work. I
can refer you to government work on public
square at Lawton, Oklahoma. Contract with me
and I will give you a square deal. References
| E. E. BLESSING, H0BALn?28A9HOMA
OVER YOUR HEAD $
KEEP A ROOF
or if fire carries it off in flame and
smoke be sure to have enough mone^
coming to you to rePIace it. fHow?
You know if you'll stop to think.
Insure. We represent some of the
finest fire insurance companies ia the
world. Glad to give details the day
you ask them.
Phone No. 290.
LOVELACE & WILLIAMS
Dug Up Chest of Gold.
A workman named Leznaert, em-
ployed by M. Defrancq, a builder at
Menln, France, has made for his em-
ployer a stroke of luck which will
probably contribute also to his own
advantage. He wa3 making a trench
In the courtyard of an empty house
recently bought by M. Defrancq, when
at a depth of about three feet his pick
struck something hard. Working
around the obstruction, he at last laid
bare a metal chest of considerable
size, and this, on being forced open,
was found to contain gold coins still
negotiable to the value of $3,000.
The Greatest Man.
The greatest man is he who chooses
the right with invincible resolution;
who resists the sorest temptations
from within and without; who bears
the heaviest burdens cheerfully; who
is calmest in storms and most fear-
less under menace and frowns; whose
reliance on truth, on virtue, on God,
is most unfaltering. i believe this
greatness to be most common among
the multitude, whose names are never
heard.—William C. ^banning.
COAL, WOOD AND FEED
Good Weights, Full Measure and Prompt Delivery
is our Motto. - - PHONES 211 and 323
Corner Main and Fifth Streets,
Hobart, = - Oklahoma
30 DAYS' TREATMENT FOR $1.00
or money refunded.
FOR ALL KIDNEY BLADDER
A dose at bed time usn-
ally relieves the moat
severe case before morning.
PINEULE MEDICINE CO.
CHICAGO. U. 5. A.
Those powers not enumerated are re-
served to the people. The people are
the principal; the legislature is one of
the agents. The principal in all other
constitutions except this one, retains
ixiwer overjthe legislative agent In the
Oklahoma constitution the principal
surrenders all power over corporations
to the agent. When that was done the
constitution ceased to be a constitution.
There are sixteen sections devoted to
the rule of corporations. These are
fundamental rules. They are written as
basic principles. And after the ooaeti-
tution has recited them it then provides
that the legislature may repeal, alter,
amend, change them at any time. ma>
change, in other wotds. the funda
mental law regardless of the people.
It is an odd d.xrument, written for
political effect, and it is no certain thing
that it will eve* be a constitution in
fact. Ro^velt will have his . and
he will hare the b«l; . f the great coa
I stitutioaal lawyers of the coun'ry.
A Boy or Girl Can Earn Much as Man
We want boys and girls who want to
earn money to solicit subscriptions to
The Kansas City Weekly Star. Hoot
hesitate because you are young, as >ou
can do the work as readilv as older per-
sons and we will l<a.v you just the * me.
The Kansas City Weekly Star is the
In^t known weekly newspaper in the
west and your spare time spent working
for it will pay you handsomely, not in
toys, watches or other small wares, but
in cash. Write to day for terms and
full information. Address. The Kansas
City Weekly Star, Kansas City. Mo.
A good door complete only #1 see them
at llolon Bios. 7 Sldwtf
The Dignity "of Youth.
The woman in the adjoining fiat
said to her youthful neighbor: "Vir-
ginia, I thought I heard you crying
this morning." "N-e-v-e-r, n-o-t me!
I'm too old to cry. I'm five years old;
that was Dot." "And how old is Dot?"
"Oh, she's most 18; she's old enough
to be foolish."
Mrs. Lee has charge of the kitchen
daring the Majestic looking demonstra-
tion this week. All callcre prai.-> the
biscuits and coffee. Call and s<-e for i
your self. We welcome jou.
Bolos BROS Hi'*.
Ander5on & Myler. Un-
Inflammation of the blad-
der, urinary troubles and
and Bladder Pills
R. c. DiWITT & CO.. Chk«fo, 111.
So!d b\ Jcn.*s Brof.
VVV%VrVVVVVTVvyYTwwv v v • <
GREAT REDUCTION SALE
i the Following Articles:
200 pair Ladies' and Misses' Shoe for 50c a pair
50 pair Ladies' and Misses' /1.25 Slippers for 40c "
Ladies 60c Belts for
Ladies' 50o Belts for
Boys' $4 Suits for
Boys' $2.50 Suits for -
Buys' 50c Knee Pant for
Men's B.50 Trousers for
A new line of goods will he in this week.
THE RACKET, ° a finney prop
Hobart Bus, Baggage & Transfer Line
DOC TALLEY, Prop.
* Phone Nash Hotel, No. 54 Bus and Cabs meet all trains.
Household Goods and Pianos
Given Special Attention
Office Phone 301.
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Benedict, Roy. The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1907, newspaper, September 19, 1907; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234005/m1/2/: accessed January 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.