The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 27, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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"The Paper Thats
Published every week for
the whole family.
Trie BEST W£a<LYPAP£& IN TH5 COUNT*
A Family Newspaper For Pittsburg County. I -s, "rather ,ha„ ioy.i,y
It stands for men and is-
to party lines.
VOL. 2—NO. 43.
HAILEYVILLE. OKLA.. THURSDAY. JANUARY 27 1921.
PRICE: $1.50 PER YEAR
Gathered From Over The County.
County Seat News.
(Nows-Capital) I Massey, a retired farmer of the Cro-
, , ,, , , wder community, now living in Cr- w-
One hundred dollars reward has
been offered by leading :itizens of
Crowder, and gauranteea by Dr. N or-
ris, Dr. Crowder and the Bank of
Crowder for the apprehension of the
two youn-; Crowder girls who have
been missing since Monday.
Noah Jennings, a resident of Can-
adian, dead, and W. M. White incar-
cerated in the county jail of Pitts-
burg county, while his wife and three
year old boy anxiously await his le-
turn, is the result of a shooting aff-
ray that occurred about nine miles
Marriage licenses have been grant-
ed in Pittsburg County the past weOK
as follows: '/alter Mitchell, M r-
gantown, W. Va., and Helen Gre,, , of
Hartshorne; Fred Welsh, McAU ier
and Clara Scobey, McAlester; .John
Osborn, Blanco, and Mattie Siv.ith,
Pittsburg; John Mitchell, Frederick,
and Mrs. Bryant McMillian, Fen'her
stone; John W. Hilterbrand and Aita
Mr. Russell Harkins is here on
business from Wetumpkey.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Clegg spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Otis WaUL
Rev. Been was here Sunday but
owing to the rainy weather not many
were able to attend services.
Mr. Pat Magoffiny operater of the
Brooklin Coal Co., spent Sunday at
his home in Henryetta.
east of Canadian just at the hour of i Lee Brown, Sciopio;
midnight Wednesday niuht.
The second semester of the McAl-
ester high school will open Monday
with 53 additions fron pupils who
have passed from the junior nigh
school. This brings the high school
to near 500 enrollment, which is
much over any previous record of the
A class of 72 will be graduated and
this is the largest McAlester high has
At an informal meeting of about
fifty republicans of this city, held at
the office of the Poineer Abstract
company Friday night, according to
R. C. Nelson who is one of the stau-
nch supporters of the party, it wis
decided to send a wire to Henry P.
Robbins, of the St. Louis T:mes, in-
viting him and his wife to be present
at a Lincoln's Day Banquet to be giv-
en at the Busby Hotel and requesting
Mr. Robbins to address the banr.tn.*.
ters on that occasion.
It is expected in court circles that
two district courts will be running in
McAlester next week. Judge Mel-
ton is in the midst of a very heavy
criminal docket and will be ass' . -d
by Judge Hardy Summers of Wagon-
er who is expected to hear the ( lark
murder case which has been trunsier-
red here on a change of venue from
amson, and Emma Gill, Nowata: W.
D. Kellar and Slyvia Lewis, Alderson.
H. V. Bosley, who has been in the
employ of the K. I'. !;arir,e of tMis
city for the past year, has purchased
the Unique g^rvje from !I.owis
r. G. Allen, Ad-'jt Son, the deal beine made Tuesday
morning. Mr. Bosley took charge
Mr. Buchanan, supervisor of con-
struction is on the job. He is erect-
ing his office and laying out the
work preparatory to pushing the job
through to an early completion.
Two hundred and ten pupils are en-
rolled in Pittsburg county's first con
The school, which is situated </t
(Cor: Miss Katherine McDermit)
N. B. Dunn has opened up a board-
ing house across from Lewis Woods Asjj"iand"i'a" called A No. 1 consolidat-
Grocery store. Blocker new has at
place where you can get a bed on a j
cold rainy night if you happen in
on the train. This has been b."dly
needed for some time.
ed school and it has just been of. >n-
ed, following completion of the splen-
did new building. The building cost
$16,500 and was constructed by Hom-
er Wilkins of Kiowa.
At the meeting of county civim ■>
sioners Monday the new bank at
Blanco "was made a county depositor)
end was awarded the keeping of cou-
nty funds to the extent of $5,000
The bank is Known as the Fiirst State
Bank of Blanco. T. S. Moffett is
president; Bob Harris, vice-president,
and Earl Hardy, cashier. The direct
ors are Sam L. Morley, J. A. Thomas,
A. C. Brown, T. S. Mollctt, and W.
M. Isbell, most of whom are business
men of Blanco.
\fter being out several hours,
the jury in the case of C. W. Bridges
foimer traffic manager for the Pitts-
burg County Railway & Electric Co-
mpany, has given an acquittal of the
charge of embezzelement. It had
been charged that ihe had appropt i t-
ted to his own use funds of the com-
pany amounting to about $3,400, dur-
ing the year 1919, and had failed ar.d
refused to restore the money. The
ci.se occupied four days in testimony
ot the most complex and detailed
sort, going into all the ramifications
qi bookkeeping, freight accounting,
After cashing a $100 uheck at *
local bank and buying a variety of
|<nlck-knacks, two young girls l.oin
Crowder disappeared from McAleste;
Monday afternoon and have not been
peen or heard from since, despite the
fact that every form of Inquiry, from
long-distance telephoning to po'l.e
Inqhiry in a score of cities far and
near, has been resorted to.
The girls were Eileen Smith, aged
14 years, daughter of C. M. Smith,
well known real estate man and pio-
neer resident of Crowder, and Miss
Massey, aged 15, daughter of Willis
Miss Irene Ashmore one of the
teachers of Blocker school spent Sun-
day at Quinton with the Harkins
Mr. Otis Watz and his brother in
law made a business trip to Feather-
Mrs. John Boid, Mrs. Coring a.id
Mrs. Lewis Woods visited Mrs. Hat-
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McDermit spent
Tuesday evening With Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. T. Bartis made a business trip
to Crowder Wednesday.
Mr. Teddie Goodman spent Wednes-
day with Mr. Delmar Kabbrage.
Mr. Jim Deegins moved from out
of the house with Stovalls to one of
the little houses on the north side of
Mrs. Bessie Lee and Mrs. Edna
Davenport visited Mrs. Ed Williams
Friday and on coming home she killed
the engine to the car and Mrs. Dav
euport got out to crank the car
the crank kicked her in the f«.ce
which is causing her 'much pain.
Mi*, and Mrs. Grant Hatfield r.nd
Grandson Mr. Delmar Kabbage left
Saturday for Cusa where Mr. Grant
Hatfield has accepted a position
his brothers store. They w'" nyike
their home at Cusa.
Miss Gladys Reese spent Sunday
with Mrs. Faye Stepp.
Mrs. Alve Lee and little son Wi
lia'm took dinner and spent the day
with Mrs. Jas. McDermit Thursday.
Mr. Jas. McDermit went to Quill
ton Sunday evening to have a piece
of steel removed from his eye. He
was filing on a piece of pipe which
the Gas Co. was pitting in bet < n
Blocker and Featherstone when a
small piece flew in his eye, which l.as
been causing him much trouble.
Last Friday evening at six o'clock
at the home of the bride's parents
in the east part of the city, • .ss
Myrtle Banms and E. T. Quinlan wue
married in the presence of a few
friends and relatives of the contract-
ing parties. The bride was at vii'-
ed by her sister, Miss Faye B.inks,
the grocm being attended by O'in
Another Kiowa business enterprise
changed owners last week when \V.
L. Milam, disposed of his bakery to
E. Golden of McAlester, the new
management taking charge Saturday.
Mr. Golden is engaged in business in
McAlester ai d will not move to Kio-
wa, but has employed Walter LaRue,
formerly an employee of the Qtven
City bakery of that place to manage
the business. Mr. LaRue is an ex-
perienced baker and well qualified to
fill the position.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
This is Malatha Lusa week and ev-
eryone is buying Malatha Lusa tags
to help pay for the printing of the
Annual. Three hundred and sixteen
tags have been made and many have
been sold. Everyone is responding
Miss Baxter, the new teachr took
up her duties Monday. She is room-
ing at Mrs. Hensleys' home and is
very pleased with everything, stud-
ents, people and all.
Freshmen Latin Class is learning
the declamsions thoroughly and it is
progressing rapidly in translating
and the learning of the vocabularies.
The Junior Domestic Science girls
baked splendid pies Wednesday and
next week they will bake the same
and sell them for sixty cents apiece.
'JJIio Senior, Domestic £irfs wijl
sell cakes Friday.
The High School is very crowded
now and when the pupils pass from
class to class they have to follow
u very systematic rule to avoid a
The eighth grade received their di-
plomas Friday, January 21 and aie
now progressing in their ninth grade
NOTICE TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS
To all who handle Livestock regard-
less of the number or the purpose.
We shall have brought to us at Mc-
Alester a school of instruction on the
selection, feeding, care and market-
ing of live stock, with special em-
phasis on proper feeding.
Much of the present cost could be
cut out or better results secured by
knowing the needs of the different
animals and the food value of the dif-
ferent feeds and being able to com-
bine such feeds as we have in proper
proportions for the best results. Any
man or boy can learn to figure it for
himself. This and many other thing
of vital importance to people who
handle stock, even if only a team,
will be taught in a four days school
at McAlester beginning February
The school will be free to all and
in charge of R. W. Clark, who is
orking under the U. S. Department
of Ajgriculture and the Oklahoma A.
M. College cooperating. He is a
actical man of much experience
Come the first morning prepared
o stay four days if you like it. La-
Please notify me on the enclosed
ami if you or any of your family
and friends intend to come. Don't
forget the date February 7 to 10.
Come to the County Agent's office
E. B. NELMS, County Agent
Mrs. Gill Coring and Mi«, John
Boid called on Mas. Jas McDenrut
Mr. and Mrs. G. Coring moved n
to the small rent house of Miss KnUt-
erine McDermit In the south vest
part of town. Mrs. Coring has be n j
living in the house with Mr. anJ
Mrs. John Bold.
Mr. Tom Bradford brother of Mrs.
Ross Basset spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Basset.
(From the Sun)
At the regular annual meeting oi
the stock holders of the Banks of the
city held on January 11, all the old
officers were re-elected and but few
changes made in the directors.
The store of Baker-Riedt Mercan
tile Co., at Ridgeway was robbed of
& quantity of merchandise Wednes-
day night, which presumably was
hauled away in an automobile. There
is no trace as to the perpetrators.
Mike Goldberg has purchased the
M. L. Thompson home, which he is
having remodeled to be occupied by
himself and family temporarily,
until the completion of his modern
r.ew home, work on which is to be
started at an early date, to replace
the old residence now occupied by
The Progressive Club of Hartshorne
entertained the school faculty with
a delightfully informal Monday aft-
ernoon from 3:30 to 5. A number
of visitors came in for the pleasant,
hour in the new high school auditor-
ium. We are endebted to Mrs. Car-
lock, chairman of t.he Progressive
Club entertainment committee, as-
sisted by Mrs. F. Miller, for the love-
ly prdgram. Mrs. Sames, Prof. Fair,
and Miss Lewis introduced the teach-
ers to the club members and visitors.
We have just added to our equip
nent a mailing machine and set up
all the list of our subscribers in type
to print the name right on your t:a
per. We have been as careful as
possible to get all the names, but if
anyone fails to get the paper, please
come in and let us know, so we can
correct our mailing list.
Another thing, Please turn to your
name on this paper and notice the
figures out after name which shows
when your subscription expires. If
your naime reads
John Doe 2-1
i! means your subscription expites
February 1921. The first figure is
the month and the last figure means
the year. -1 means April, 1921
8-1, August 1921; and so on.
If your figures are not correct we
would appreciate it if you will come
in and let us correct them.
Kholn-Kilmble Piano, Cheap.
quire of S. P. Morris,
Haileyville Okl .
—For Garden Plowing and all kind*
of Team or Motor work, see
JOHN W. TONTZ
Tuesday witnessed the breaking of
first dirt on the erection of the com-
munity house plant here to be known
as Brooks Institute, an important
project which had been in conteimpla-
Grandma Harkins who is making tion for more than a year and which
her home with Mrs. Tom Franklin is destined to put Hartshorne on the Fourth Supt
was in town shopping Saturday. map. Pastor in chaise. .Rev. W. L. French
METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
Services for Sunday January 30 as
follows: Sunuay school at 10 a.
J. H. Hollinger, Supt.; Preaching at
11 a m by the Pastor; Junior Ep
worth Leafeue, 3 pm, Leader, G. Hub
bard; Epworth League at 6:30 p in
leader, Miss Ruth Smith; Preachin
at 7:30 by Rev. J. H. Hubbard; Pray
er meeting Thursday evening at 7nm
Choir practise Friday evening, Mrs
Howard Williams, leader.
The Junior Epworth League of the
Methodist Church expect to have
pie supper soon.
Epworth League Sunday night at
6:30 o'clock. Miss Ruth Smith, lea-
der. Everybody welcome.
Council meeting of the Methodist
Churoh, South, Epworth League met
Saturday night January 22 at the
"Y". Mrs. Howard Williams acting
as chairman. Plans were made for
the welfare of the League and other
business matters were discussed. All
members of the Council were present
who are as follows:
President... .Mrs. Howard Williams.
Vice-President.. .Mr. R. W. Hubbard
Secretary Miss Irene Bruce
Cor. Secretary... .Miss Viola Palmei
Treasurer Mr. Nick Onesky
First Supt Miss Cora Davis
Second Supt..Miss Ruth Smith
Third Supt Mr. Howard Williams
Miss Elizebeth Flinn
MAKE MUSIC YOUR VALENTINE
We Wish to thank you Haileyville
folks for your patronage. We are
here to stay and make good our obli-
gations to all our customers. Ore
satisfied customer is wjrth more to
me than 12 dissatisfied customers.
All the new records and player lolls
are here. Don't forjget to hear re-
cord No. 3345.
Good used pianos from $125.00 to
best makes $300.00
Grafonolas $25.00 to $500.00.
CULP BROS. PIANO CO.
M. C. HULLENDER, Manager
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