The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Can Corn 5c
Try Gona, Best 20 cent Coffee in Town.
Get a full set of Dishes by trading at
"When you want anything in the Jewelry line "call on
a Jeweler. ELTERMAN IS A JEWELER.
Jewelry of all descriptions and prices. Jewelry that
is guaranteed. Get a watch from Elterman, and you
won't have it in the hospital half the time. Look at
hie line of cut glass, hand-painted china, silverware,
clocks, etc. Take your watch to him and get it re-
paired with a guarantee. Don't forget the place.
| Corner Drug Store, Hobart, Oklahoma. ; j
Knowing for some time and fully appreci-
ating the fact that Hobart music-lovers would
welcome an up-to-date music house, I have lo
cated in your city for keeps.
I will endeavor to keep on hand all the
latest songs and music. That which I do not
keep I will order for you.
I will keep on hand a large line of pianos,
organs, banjoes, violins, mandolins and every-
thing in the music line, in carload lots.
Call in and look over my goods, and listen
to the new music.
I want to get acquainted with you- Come
in and scrape your feet on my floor. Every-
Piano tuning a specialty; all work guaran-
If I can't suit you in a piano, you're too
fastidious for Oklahoma -and that kind of
people are not in Oklahoma.
Yours to please,
Tie; Winner Mask c*.
Neff Building. First Door West of Postofficc.
All the country butter and eggs you have
to eel J. We pay highest market prices.
CAKES AND CANDIES—Fresh
shipments of the most delicious, just re-
ceived from Loose-Wiles and the Hobart
CANNED GOODS—In canned goods
we have any and every thing that's good.
COEFEES AND TEAS- -For that
tired feeling you should try a cup of our
Golden Gate Coffee or" Tea. Golden
Gate is with out an equal.
FLOUR, MEAL AND BRAN-
We have at all times the best assortment
to be found in the city • We have six of
the best brands to select from.
Horse Backed Bugg) Off Bridge and
Painfully Injures A.
A.!H. Bedford, formerly president of
the farmers k Merchants National
bick of ihia city, was seriously hurt
Saturday afternoon while out driving
in company with his brother. In cross-
ing Little Elk, one mile southwest of
town, tho horse became frightened and
backed the bugg> off the bridge, Mr.
Bedford falling about fifteen feet to
the ground below. The reBUlt was a
broken collar bone and several painful
But for the appearance of an Indian.
Mr. Bedford would have bad much
trouble in getting out. The Indian,
who was a strapping youiitf Kiowa,
picked the injured man up and carried
him up the sietp bank, when ho was
brought home and (jiv^n medical aid.
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...IN SOCIETY... J
INotb— If tliore 1* a party at yonr borne. or a
dinner, club meeting, social orotherw'eo, please
send to the Nbws-Hbpudlican. We are rery
aniionn to « t the news, and nnless you tell lis
there in no other wai to obtain It. Kindly help
us to bettor the Nkwr-Rki'UBLTOan. Possibly
you are a little delicate in sending notes for
publication, bnt you should uot be—remember
It pleases your guests. 1
The Yamparika Club met yesterday
at the bome of Mrs L. E. Cahill, who
was tbe leader of the meeting.
The sat ject was History:—Founda-
of Government, Literature.
Miss Terry read a very interesting
paper on "revolutionary Poets."
"Personal Characteristics of Thomas
Jefferson," was an excellent paper pre-
pared by Mrs. Standsven.
Other papers on the program of in*
teresting and instructive subjects were
omitted on account of the absence of
those to whom they were assigned.
The meeting was a very enjoyable af-
fair, and Interesting ard instructive,
WHAT'S THE USE?
Paying more money when you can buy for less
And get the drill that will
DO THE WORK
That is all any drill can do
See the King Cutter Drill before buying,
and bo convinced. See our new stylos in
Buggies before buying. We have a car
coming. Will be here by September 1st.
PAILfcP TO SHOW UP.
The foot-ball game between Hobart
and.Granite clubs, bil'.ed to play here
last Saturday, did not. materialize. The
Granite team failed to eliow up, not-
withstanding all was in readiness for
It appears that some of tbe Granite
boys live in tbe country and failed to
git to town in time for the morning
train; so tbe captain of the team noti-
fied tbe Hobart club of this fact by
telephone, and stated that they would
be over on the local, which would leave
a little later. The home dub waited
for that train but the visitors did not
come. Two of its members, however,
came over and explained the cause,
wbich was in effect that they had had
a disagreement and part of the team
refused to come on that account.
The home boys 'are somewhat cha-
grined over tbe failure of the game,
inasmuch as they had gone to the
trouble of advertising and getting out a
crowd, and also because it was the first
game of the season.
TESTED AND PROVEN.
There is • Heap of Solace in Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well-
For months Hobart readers have seen
tbe constant expression of praise for
Doan'a Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have done in this
locality. Not anothor remedy ever pro-
duced such convincing proof of merit.
Samuel Truitt, the well-known stone
mason, residing at 413 South First st.,
Guthrie, Okla., says; "I took Doan's
Kidney Pillss in the spring of 1901. 1
was so well pleased with the results
obtained that 1 freely gave for publica-
tion an endorsement of the remedy. It
is now several years since I first gave
my original statement, and I now have
this to say about Doan's Kidney Pills.
When they cured me they cured abso-
lutely. I have thoroughly tested the
effects by long continued work at my
trade, wbich is very trying on the back.
For eight years, off and on, previous to
taking Doan's Kidney Pills I worked in
misery, while now St ia a pleasure.
Doan's Kidney Pill* is a remedy lo be
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foflter-Milbura Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unltad
Remember the name—Dean s—and
take no other.
On* Hundred County Seals.
One hundred towne in the Indiaa
Territory are applicants for county
geate in the new state ol Sequoyah.
Why not designate all of them as
county seats as requested—honor them
all <like, for it is an empty honor any
way and will cost nothing.
Attorney O. P. Riegel of Snyder, was
in the city on proesfsional business,
Wadnefidoy and Thursday. :
The plans for the union of the Con-
gregational church with tbe First Pres-
byterian church are all made, and the
union will be completed next Sunday
morning at the Congregational church.
Hereafter all the services of tbe Pres-
byterian church will be held in the Con-
gregational church, which has been
purchased by the Presbyterians.
Tbe Sucday schools will unite at 10
. m., Harry L. Bretcb superintending;
and the churches at 11 a. m, Rev. G.
D. Willingham prearhiug th6 sermon
and receiving the Congregational mem-
The juniors will be united at 3:30 p.
tu. underjthesuperintend-ncy of Mrs. J.
H. Montgomery. The Y. P. 8 C. E.
will meet at 6:30 p. m. and receive tbe
sister society, G. Asa Reeves, presiding.
The evening sermon will be at 7:45
There will be a "Fellowship Recap-
tion" in the church next Friday evening
to which all the members and friends of
the church are invited.
A. E. RICKLY & CO.
New Cure for Cancer.
All surface cancers are now known
to be curable, by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. Jas. Wilters, of Duffield, Va.,
writes: "i bad a cancer on my lip for
years that seemed incurable till Buck-
en's Arnica Salve healed it, and now it
is perfectly well." Guaranteed cure for
cut* and burns. 25c at all druggir.te,
A very interesting wedding occurred
at the residence of Judge Neil Smith
Brown last Saturday evening. The
contracting parties were A. W. Elrod
and Mrs. Lydia D. Elrod. This same
couple were married over thirty years
ago, back in tbe old Hoosier state,
raised a large family, Baw it married
off, lived as peaceful as two little doves
till about six months ago, when they
were separated and divorced. A recon-
ciliation was brought about by the
children of Mr. and Mrs. Elrod, and
they were again united as stated above.
May they live long in renewed peace
and happiness is tbe wish of the News-
l or All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal
a cut without leaving a scar, or to
cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema, and
all t-kin and scalp diseases, use De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. A specific
for blind, bleeding, itching and pro-
truding piles. Stops the pain in-
stantly and cures permanently. Get
the genuine. Sold by all druggists.
* and Nelson Morris
Come iii and let us figure *ith you.
Caudill & hughes
Trimmed Up to Our Liking
There has hung in our carpeted sanc-
tum sanctorum for the past two years
photographs of the mayor and city offi-
cers of Hobart during the years 1901*02.
Wc have recently trimmed it up to fit
the occasion, and to the utter and ut-
most Satisfaction of the office. It's a
beaut, now. Come in and look at it,
but no questions will be answered.
Sick headache is caused by a disor-
dered condition of the stomach and is
unickly cured by Chamberlain's Stom-
ach and Liver Tablets. For sale by
the Hobait Pharmacy.
Office'east side Main St. 3d door south of square.
Office phone 175, Residence phone. 110
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E, I. LESTER,
Harness, Leather Goods, Robes and Whips
Hand-Made Collars a Specialty
All Work Warranted
South «ide of square.
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR BILIU
J. S. Mayfield Lbr.Co.
FiftH and Washington Streets
i We may not be able to sell you, but we can go some
! when it comes to figuring. That next bill is the o*e
1 we want you to bring in. We may surprise yon.
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| "By Their Fruits Shall Yc Know
I Them. Every Tree that Bear*
1 th Not Good Fruit Shall Be
That is the policy carried out by J. A. Lopeman, pro
prietor of the Enid Nurseries. Every having
been tested in oklahoma before it is propogatt^ f'om,
enables us to offer to the trade and planters in gei'***^
trees that are proviug the greatest success in Okla-'
I will plan! a limited number of orchards on in-
stallments. Terms one-half cash when trees are
planted, balance three annual payments. All tr«ef
guaranteed true to name
If interested, we would consider it a faror for yon
to investigate our Nurseries.
K. M. LONGSHORE, Hobart, Okla.
General Agent for Enid Nurseries, Enid, Oklahoma
No appetite, loas of strength. mtws>
mm. headache, constipation, bad breath,
(er.erai debility, aour rislr.gs. and catarrh ef
•be stomach s-e all due to Indigestion. Kodel
;urea Indigestion. This new discovery repiw-
teota the natural Juices of digestion as fhey
txlat la a healthy stomach, combined vita
the grcAteat known tonic and recor.Mr-jctWe
properties. Kodol D>;spra Cure does sot
*niy cure lodlgeatlcn ard dyspepsia, but this
amous remedy cures ail stomach trc jb'ea 1
if cleansing, purifying, sweetening and
Mrengthenlng the rr.uco s membranes lining
fie r omsch.
Mr S S. Bad. of Kmcfnod. W. Vl. uj —
I •« : -wSad with M jtrrr*:t for twerCr aar*
Cetoi cured aod «>« are tow «&.-« it *
Kodol Digests What You Eat.
teeter «l 03 SUa fco-fc* iH tsa^nt
ua akkk aeJa for 50 ccaea.
or a o. da* itt * go . QH.QAOO
LEST YOU FORGET
FRAINK H. JAY & OO.
FOB ANYTHING IN
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Benedict, Omer K. The Hobart News--Republican (Hobart, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1905, newspaper, October 27, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metapth350965/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.