Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 7, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK LA.
An ethical institution thoroughly equipped for the treatment
of both Acute and Chronic diserses. Special attention is given
to the use of the various forms of Electricty, Dry. Hot and
Medi ated Condensed Air. and the GREAT THERAPEUTIC
LKUCODESCENT LIGHT in the treatment of female diseas-
es, Rheumatism, Lungs, Asthma, Kidney and liladder Troub-
le' , Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat. Also, the Roentgen Ray, the
Ultra Violet Ray, the Finsen Lamp in the treatment of Tuber-
culosis, Cancer, Goiter and Skin Diseases.
Mis. H lull field hat been very till
but is slightly improved.
TV. N. T. ABEL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Phone, Office 572, Residence 1352 f
Down Town Office. 129 west Main |
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DOIN’S ABOUT CAPITOL HILL
day and the members wished to show
their regard for their pastor and his
Mas. V H. Selkin is very sick this
The pupils of our public schools
h •! Thanksgiving exercises last week
m 1 their parents and fitends attended
the doings which were quite interest-
Robert l.ingenfelter and ststes, Mis.
V. b Caldwell, started for Texaf on
M i d.iv night, having received word
that then there was dangerously ill.
Ih. i nited Brethren church is now
tl ■ ep nicely with iqiera chairs. It
i at improvement and adds much
comfort comfort and convenienc to
the church services.
Rc. C S. Walker, she new pastor
ot VIetInufist church, is stopping
at the home of Rev. Childress.
Pile I lianksgiving dance in
Kirbv building on the east side was
well attended and those present en-
jnved a good time.
I A Harkey and wife are proud
possesoes of a fine baby boy who ar-
rived at their home last Friday. The
Hill will help to furnish voters for the
new st„u all right. 1
Janu s Knight isn't a lonely widow-
et anv more. Mrs. Knight is a* home
again after a pleasant visit with her
parents at Lecumseh.
1 he Daily Oklahoman has an-
nounced that its charges will be $5.0(1
a year after the first of January which
will be a raise of $1.00 per year It
is due to the raise in the price of paper
and other materials. A number of the
smaller papers in the state have sus-
pended publication on account of the
advanced cost of things and tile fact
that their patronage was not equal to
this extra demand, and the genera
feeling among newspaper men is that
their subscription price must rise in
accordance with this rise in materials
I he only change in the News lias
been a very slight raise in our adver-
tising rates, which were much lower
than those of any other newspapers,
and are now only on a basis with
othet papers. Our subscription price
remains the same and we expect, it
our citizens give us half a show, to
improve our paper even during the
financial Steess ”, 1 he newspaper
should stand up for the town and its
citizens, and the citizens should stand
by their newspaper.
The revival at the Methodist church
began Wednesday evening of last
week Rev. A. tVl- Brannon, confer-
ence missionary evangelist, will arrive
Sunday the 8th and remain until the
22nd to assist pa. tor walker.
Roy Saylor was a sufferer from an
attack of the prevailing cold and in-
fluenza last week.
A new well is being drilled on the
(lamer property occupied by Mr
French and family.
Rev. S. B. Graves, the newly »p
jioitited pastor of the United Ureifcres
church, has moved to the HiU «t4
with his family is occupying tt* «*r-
tage lately elected by Joe KowleU.
Mr. Fletcher has just hmsAM m
addition to his cottage.
I lie Roselle property on D stress
has been repainted and otherwiM im-
W. K. Rhobdu and wife ate
turkey with the parents of tbd let-
ter near Noriuuu ou Tbaullgif.
S. C. Bell whose health kite
been so poor ullj summer, is iw
Byron Guinn is reported to ltd
much improved this week.
ALWAYS THE HE8T.
The W. E. Nation Saddlery* Sa.,
124 Grand Ave., have just placed on
display an excelleer line of nest bag-
gies, Mr, Nation was about the first
man to offer for sale in this cuimtttP
ty a good servicable buggy at a pope
lar price. From $75 up used to be the
usual offer and no one expected to
get much of a vehicle for any less. If
a good, that is a strong and lasting. Ve-
hicle was desired about $100 of mare
was tecomended by the retailer. Con-
sequently the mail order house sent
hundreds and thousands of cheap
things down here all along and are
still at it.
Mr. Nation, simple reduced the
profit at firn and found that VVtelld
not reach the popular trade. Then lie
sought factories, the very best, and
with his lifetime experience
buggy trade to aid him, he
completed arrangements by which A*1
has buggies of the best make t.tede >-
suit him and he gets them first htwd
ed There is no wholesaler, no Job-
ber ahead of him. His vehicles trS
guaranteed to him by the minufarttMW
If one should ever be found to bttfid
it would simply be fired back. Nnttdtt
Is here on the ground to protect it)
The Nation Saddlery Company Oft
now selling practically theif e»n
make of buggies backed by a
guarantee and for less money tftMt
mail houses can furnish them teaal'*
their lives. Thus the mail ot#kC
houses must compete with our dOater
any more. T he same buggy
used to sell for $75 in this caMttfcf
is now sold by The Nation Saddtehp
Company for $47.50
he re forwarded
i as m e d i a t civ,
postage prepji I,
on receit of the
price and delivery
Large new illus-
Send us yom
name and address
on a postal card
and we will mail
MAIL ORDERS PROMTLY SENT “,D"“ ““ N-
Every article sold is fully guaranteed, and we'll cheerfully refund money if any article pur-
chtised does not prove just as represented.
Rev Scales, the recently appoftMkd
Presiding Elder for this district, t*4at4
ed at the Methodist church last Sata-
day night. J
WE buy DIRECT FROM mani factuberp, and save you the middle mans profit1
The first rush of holiday trade is demonstrating
again the strength anil position of this store. We are giving Christinas shoppers the moat
convenient store, the freshest and best classified stocks in the city; giving the best delivery
service that can be organized; giving the greatest values honest mercantile industry can
XMAS GIFTS BOUGHT NOW WILL BE LAID AWAY UNTIL YOU WANT THEM
Eyeyes tested free by reg-
ular optican. Spectacles
unci Eye Glasses correctly
fitted. $1 and up.
Artificial Eyes $1,25 to
BAR I WELL BIOCK
105 MAIN ST
Our Watch Repairing de-
partment is our pride; A
first class workmen; ail
work guaranteed. CM*
jewelry made into near
! The Morrow family will move this
WANT A FARM?
We have a number of farms in the southeastern pail til lliis county
to seil or might trade for improved property in Capitol Hi ttr Oklaho-
ma City. This i*> the section of the county where thret^Qtftths of the
Fruit, Gardentruck and Cotton comes from. Oklahoma City will
soon furnish a market for all the fruits and vegetables tkittmn be rais-
ed here at a good price—and this is the choice part of the ciaty for these
crops. We have some good bargains in these lands.
Put your money in laud the safest place «n good
times or tipht times
THE PA I TEPSON COMPANY
201 Grand QUgfccma City
Oklahoma Carriage Works
C W. RATH BUN. W. C TAFT
314 W5ST CALIFORNIA PHOMK 1814
Builder ,, Light and Heavy Wagons
Tops and all Kinds of Carriage Material
‘Painting, Trimming, BlacksmHhing, Rubber Tiring. OKLAHOMA CTJ\
Showing,Full lints in all the popular styles and colors.
d '- Tut8 I,'*18 a,SPeoiHl|V. Street Hats all Kinds.
I.rtdal Wreaths and Veils. Mourning Goods.
10 N. Robinson
Between Main and Grand
THE BEST FURNACE MADI5
la shown in this out
and handled by us.
We ere mmnut*ctnirgru
Cornices, Metal C*l-
1-----*' ‘ i, Roof-
ing, Spouting and «il
kinds of Sheet Metal
M. J.- Mulcenntry, Manager
508 V. Graag Fteana ■
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Capitol Hill News. (Capitol Hill, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 14, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 7, 1907, newspaper, December 7, 1907; Capitol Hill, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937309/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.