The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1910 Page: 2 of 8
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or Ball Bearings—
L. C Smith 4c Bros. Typeliur \
with Gardner Hull llm inii Joint
The ordinary friction bearing will wear loose. Each
revolution or vibration grinds out a small portion of the
bearing surface. After a while it wabbles—adjustment
The New Model
L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
is fitted with Ball Bear-
ings throughout. Every
vital wearing part—type-
bar joints, carriage, and
typebar segment—has the
kind of bearings that
thousands of operations
cause to run even
smoother than at first.
Send for the Free Book
L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
812 Delaware Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
GOSSIP FROM DHL TOWNSHIP
Mrs. John Comer is no the sick lint.
Nature in tenting uh to another cold
Mr. Keid returned from Mexico one
duy loHt week.
Ruth and Huby AltrinKcr are quit*
■ick with bad colds.
There was choir practice at Rev. Mc-
WillianiH Saturday night.
Mrs, (Juge is spending this week with
her daughter Mrs. Robert lludttan.
The ladies home mission society met
with Mrs. George Swing Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Patterson were
Sunday callers at the Altringer home.
The Reed twins who have been seri-
ously ill with pneumonia are reported
Misses Uostt Yocutu and Osdnssa
Stokes and Tom Solsmon culled at Mr.
KCA;. large crowd ^attended, the piny
giv -n by the ladies home mission soeiety
at Lone Wolf Friday night.
PIONEER DOTS AND DASHES
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Mrs. MoAbeo is gradually
First National Bank
OF HOBART, OKLA.
Loans and Discounts $ 59
Bonds and Warrants 8
U. S. Bonds 25
Premium U. S. Bonds 1
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 13^
5% Redemption Fund
Bills of Exchange $132,168.94
Cash and Sight Exchange 60,981.81 193
Capital Stock $ 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 2,453.87
National Bank Notes Outstanding 25^000.00
Bills Payable 30,000.00
, WE GUARANTEE OUR OWN DEPOSITS u
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s L. E. SPARKS 1
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER 2
Estimates furnished pn hII classes of frame, stone or brick
buildings. Brick and concrete sidewalks, paving, pavements,
eto. All work done by competent workmen and satisfaction
guaranteed. No oontraot too large ur none too small to be
given my personal attention. Let me figure on your work
before placing contracts. Complete shop equipment for
handling job work.
I . Shop on South Jefferson, Between 4th and 5th 3
I HOBART, - - - OKLAHOMA 3
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Don't you think its
R. E. Hobbs was out to the farm
Mrs. Mahathe spent Thursduy night I
Genu Davis was a oourfty seat visitor
Mrs. Jas. Brazil has gone to Iowa to
visit her father.
Alva Miller of Illinois is visiting his
cousin John Pilcher.
Harlan Davis hauled a lot of fat hogs
to Gotebo Saturday.
Rev. Iiippey will preach here next
Sunday at 3:30 p. in.
Jamie Ragan was at home from school
last week on account of ill health.
Miss A. E. Lane, county superintend-
ent, visited our school last Monday.
Some of our Sunday School people
could not be out on account of illness.
Otto and Olga Kutz came home Fri-
day from the German school near Gote-
F. T. Maun and family Sundayed at
the home of her parents Rev. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle have a new son
at their home. The young man arrived
Mrs. J. M. Pilcher and baby are here
from a two years stay in Kansas. J. M.
is on his way overland and they will re-
side in their former home.
Mrs. Bennett entertained a home full
of company Tuesday, complimentary to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox. Mr. Cox* is the
instructor of the singiag class at the
Martin school house.
P and O No. 11 Cotton and Corn Planter enjoys [1
the distinction of having been proved beyond a U
question the most successful planter made.
It is easy to operate, works in any kind of soil, distributes the seed
even and will not choke up; is easy of draft and guaranteed to do the work
or your money back.
Our line up of cultivators is better than ever before, 12 different styles
to select from. Call and look this line over and get first choice.
Disc Plows, Gang Plows, Walking Plows, Sulky f
Plows, Single and Double Row C. and C. Planters
Surreys and Farm Wagons. ^
Royal Hog Fence excells any woven wire fence manufactured; is made
ot heavier wire, and a square mesh the lock can not spread; it adjusts itself
to uneven ground and will give the best of satisfaction.
It Pays to Trade at This Store
Who Fills Your Prescriptions?
Drugs, like food, must be Fresh and Pure to
insure best results. We have a registered
pharmacist to fill prescriptions and use only
the best, pure and fresh drugs.
KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GETTING
THE WALLER PHARMACY
All Popular Drinks|Served From^Our,Fountain
There will bo a box supper at the
school house next Friday night, for the
benefit of our school library. A cordial
invitation is extended the general pub-
lic to attend and help out.
GLEANINGS FROM KOMALTY
of white cedar poles, from Minnesota, to
arrive Mondny. They will distributfi
them from Komalty.
The box supper and entertainment
was fine, but owing to cold weather was
not so well attended as it would have
been had the weather been more favor-
Hobart State Bank
Frank T. Chandler,Pres. ClaudeJTuttle, Cash. Phone 122.
SAFE AND SOUND
Your Business Solicited
| Call a Cab From the Rock Barn \
I Livery, Feed and Sale Stable j
Always at Your Service, Any Hour of the Day or Night |
Telephone Number Seven |
WILLIAMS & GROW, Proprietors f
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Plant an ad in thelRepublican. A Continual Harvest.
Miss Katie Bishop Sundaytd at home.
Ramsey Davis was in this community
Tuesday we had a small blizzard at
Peter McNutt was at the county seat
Mrs. Helen Russell was shopping at
E. F. Snider was doing business at
^Farmers are busy sowing oats but
they need rain badly.
Mr. DeCordova hauled lumber for
Ramsey Davis Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil (iutowsky started
for Germany Saturday.
TEMPERATURE DROPS 40 DEGREES
Oklahoma In the Grip of Another Bliz-
Hobart and Kiowa county. Wednesday
felt the effects of another blizzard, simi-
lar to the one which swept this section
of the state a week ago.
Wednesday morning the thermometer
registered 10, a drop of 40 degrees from
Snow flurries were common during
A. J. Cline is busy this week, hauling
lumber for hie new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes were Tuesday
visitors at the county seat.
Paul Huckleberry was doing business
at the county seat Friday.
Mrs. G. B. Mahaffie went to Gotebo
Thursday returning Friday.
Mr. Bremicker was over from Chicka-
sha to visit his boy for a w«ek.
Mrs. James Brazill left Saturday to
visit her father at Leon, Iowa.
A oar of lumber, from Arkansas, ar-
rived this week for Frank Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bishop entertained
party of young people Saturday night.
Roy Taylor was stopped rather sud-
denly in Hobart, while riding his motor,
by a dog. The motor and Roy laid up
The Pioneer Telephone Co. had a car
Won't Need a Crutch
When Editor J. P. Sossiuan, of Cor-
nelius, N. C., bruised his leg badly it
started an ugly sore. Many salves and
ointments proved worthless. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve healed it thor-
oughly. Nothing is so prompt and sure
for nleers, boils, burns, bruises, cuts,
corns, sores, pimples, eczema or piles.
25c at Corner Drug Store.
Seven wide awake sturdy courageous
lads, who are not afraid to but in, just
received word from Kansas City that
our D. O. K. K. goat is headed this way.
This Dokey goat is quite athletic and
to be happy must have daily practice.
The cost of training him is not a ques-
tion of frenzied finance to us. Boys get
busy. See Decker at Corner Drug
Sell Two More Cars
Seth Barrett of Frederick, Tuesday,
purchased a model 38, Overland from
the Overland Motor Car Co., of this
Chas. Poster, a Roosevelt real estate
man, Wednesday, purchased a model 38
President Belps Orphans
Hundreds of orphans have been help-
ed by the president of the Industrial
and Orphans' Home, at Maccn, Ga., who
writes: "We have used Electrc Bitters
in this institution for nine years. It has
proved a most excellent medicine for
stomach, liver and kidney troubles. We
regard it as one of the best family med-
icines on earth." It invigorates all vi-
tal organ?, purifies the blood, aid diges-
tion, creates appetite, To strengthen
and build up pale, thin, weak children
or run-down people it has no equal.
Beat for female complaints. Only 50c at
Corner Drug Store.
Have ^Made Many Hobart Residents
No wonder score.s of Hobart citizens
grow enthsiastic. It is enough to make
any one happy to find relief after years
of suffering. Public statements like the
following are but truthful representa-
tions of the daily work done in Hobart
by Doan's Kidney Pills:
Mrs. G.r;W. Lambert, 126 N. Main st.,
Hobart, Okla., says: "About six months
ago I was suffering from a constant,
dull ache through the small of my back.
I was very dizzy at times and spots
floated before my eyes. The kidney se-
cretions were irregular in passage and
often caused mo much annoyance. I
used about four boxes of Doan's Kidney
Pills, procured from Jones Bros.' drug
store, and now feel like a new woman. I
cannot speak too highly in praise of this
excellent remedy." (Statement given
TIME IS THE TEST.
On June 9, 1908, Mrs. Lambert said:
"I feel that Doan's Kinney Pills deserve
more praise than I will ever be able to
give them. 1 think just as highly of
this remedy as I did two years ago."
Forjsale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
LIMIT SPEED OF AUTO
House Looks with Favor on Bill Cut-
ting out Joy Riding.
Guthrie, Okla., Feb. 23.—Oklahoma
autoists must again exert themselves to
defeat the bill that appears in every leg-
islature limiting the speed of automo-
The bill by Bridges, requiring regis-
tration of autonobiles, and limiting
their speed on u sliding scale to from
■ix to fifteen miles an hour, has been fa-
vorably reported by the house standing
committee and is on the calendar for
Bill Murray killed a similar bill in the
first legislature by securing the inser-
tion of an amendment requiring the au-
toist to stop tiis machine and offer a
chew of tobacco to every farmer he
Took All His Money
Often all a man earn3 goes to doctors
or for medicines to cure a stomach, liver
or kidney trouble that Dr. King's New
Life Pills would quickly cure at slight
cost. Best for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, constipation, jaundice, ma-
laria and debility. 2oc at Corner Drue
8 to re. K
The best [equipped Laundry
in the new country. Ma-
chinery all the latest improv-
ed. Flat work, rough dry,
fancy, bundle works, quilts,
cvrpets, lace curtains and
everything washable done
with neatness and dispatch.
: Hunter & Caldwell
| Phone 18
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
New York Standard Select
Oysters, per quart, in bulk, 50c;
in cans, 60c.
Fresh Channel Cat Fish, per
Pineapples, Pears, Bananas,
White and Black Grapes, Ap-
ples, Nuts of all kinds, Fruits
and Vegetables in season,' ev-
erything tempting to eat at the
THE TOOTHSOME SHOP
AL TODD, Proprietor,
REAR OF THE CORNER DRUG STORE
The Hobart Barn
(Successor to T. WITTEN)
Announcement is herewith
made that we have purchased
the A. D. Barry Livery Barn,
and will conduct a first-class
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Fine Rigs a Specialty.
Everhart & Moss
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Benedict, Roy. The Hobart Republican. (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 1910, newspaper, February 24, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc236115/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.