The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920 Page: 1 of 10
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"The Paper Thats Different.
VOL. 2-11. 2.
HAILEYVILLE. OKU.. Till'KSDJY. APRIL 15 1920.
PKICC: ONE DOLLAK i*LK Vl«„
Pick-Ups Around Town.
in Shawnee | Some theif or theives have been
| quite busy pilfering houses over
.town. Mrs. Schoolfield reports that
veil by the members of the Pres-
byterian Choir at llie tlpera House
na Monday last, proved a huge suc-
A home talent play generally
From whatever angle the situation '
is viewed, the same conclusion is in-
evitable—coal will be higher and
scarcer this fall than ever before.
Increased coal prices are already
A very lniekwiii'il |>I i•
will lie some bin
Soon Ljc the uooil <iUI summer tin
A Safty meeting at the "Y" last somebody had even stolen an Art
Tuesday. ; square off of their floor, besides a
* j clock, dishes, clothing, and other j paid the performers for all tin
A good opening for a Blacksmith thihg3 out 0f their old home that j and effort it had cost tht'in.
in Haileyville. was wrecks ijy ;h? Cyclone.
!raw. a good house and ibis was no! in effect, to absorb the 27 percent
exception to the rule. ! increase in wages granted the min- j
The audience was both large and ers by the national coal commission s |
appreciative and this fact well re-j award. The prices now in effect are
W. A. Speer, of Eldorado
itin■ in .this city.
' e r, of
!«• visit < >
Silt ti! i
—For Sale Fre^h milk
See J. M. Jarvis.
The "Y " is making an active cam-
paign for New Membership.
Wanted— Pasture for a cow, near
town. The IIekauI man.
Mr. A. F. Allen, our city Marshal,
and Mrs. B. F. Wilburn .slipped ov
t ime' the lowest that will be obtainable
I until ibis time ne\t yeat, at least,1
and, they may be the lowest that j
. . . i will ever be in effect again. Anas-;
Baptist Church Services. \ n& scaU, of pricps is in efTect in
Sunday School meds in all de- all southwestern mines, increasing
S11:iw nee lit i
| ted in rnarraige by Judge Higgins. ! ages
i Btith of the contracting parties'
From some reason we
get our news letter this week.
Lost—A bunch of keys,
kindly return to A. II. Keil.
—The Waiter Mathew's Barber shop
in Haileyville, for sale. Price $625.
The Presbyterian ladies took in
$110.00 at their concert last Monday
er to McAlester today and were uni-| partmenls at 10am. Classes for all about lfi cents a ton for each month
lb competent ♦teachers 111 ;itil September, when the prices
charge. S. B. Young, Superintend- reach the peak. Coal bough' in
cut. Pastor will preach at 1 lam. September v.ill cost 7S cents a ton
ami 7:'i0pm. Morning subject Edu- more than the same coal bought
cation, livening subject Judgement.; now.
Prajt r Meeting every Wednesday1,
night. Strangers and visitors aivj The Overall fad has struct the
cordially invited to worship with the country. Men an- wearing silk
friendly church. shirts and silk : o-k's and overalls.
Wm. Smith, Pastor. i Vaiily, we like to play at things.
t.'i it I Iti11
It. W. I'citnv,
are old residents of this
their u any friends extend:
ulatioiis and best wishe:
V l* IIII
.r t s..-
"The Musical Comedy"
The Tale of a Hat, pre." t-.ded
short play "The Rag Carpet
;I the alii
Ai] inv' i ■ i :t <'
I r ti is llit
t e i uniinj.:
Ed T. Cox spent Sunday with his
daughter Mrs. W. S. Sanders in
ian Church <:f litis
churcli i nee liny at
lii I t,|' ll.e
c to the 1-
Phillips was a ilele-
tisU't il Star Convent ion
Conductor F. C. Young was shak-
ing hands with old friends in this
Mr. Bceler, of the Beeler Electric
Co. of McAlester, was a Haileyville
visitor Saturday on business.
We heat a rumor ihtu work will
start on two new brick building
blocks in our city in the near future
i I lie
s to the
c'ass 'riiursday n
ilionals and a solo
class voted to take
i lint oil
-hi. A111* i
by Mr Field
lip the study
Penmanship specimens which j
won the gold prizes in the 'ontest
are on display at Trolinger's. Don't (
fail to see them.
A number of the High School stu-
dents will go to Durant this after-
noon to take part in the District
Contest at that place.
McAlester wasn't satisfied with
her count by the cencus enumera-
tion, and they are having a recount
of noses. Hope she'll be satisfied.
The tournament at Durant begins
Thursday of this week, and the con-
testants are leaving that morning.
The one at Norman will begin May
In this number will be lound the
first installment of our new serial,
"Diamond Cut Diamond" by Jane
Bunker. It is a detective story of
unusual interest. Read it.
We want your Poultry, Eggs,
Hides and junk of all kinds.
Dick Produce Co., Hartshorne,
2T Old Merrill Building.
of ivorninl Lessons, by .Jess
llurlburt. All were intftrestt
echoes by Mrs. Cox and M
t,;tn of the luectlhj of the I're -
hyteiiul at Atoka, rise Ihble cont-
est held by Mrs. Co1, v.is tujt.i aide
and helpful, '..iiicwlid lefre. hincnls
and a biief inci'il I. •in- t '( \M ed thi-
itelivl fill l.i - • i ti. I II • i
ii*l week with Al i
Who Pays the Fiddler?
There ia an old saying that "Those who dance must pay the
fiddler." The same thought applies to other things as well.
For example, we have here a homelike community which vvc
all appreciate and enjoy. But what would happen to our
pleasant community if we all stopped replenishing the fund
out of which the expense of upkeep is taken? Our commu-
nity would soon go to rack and ruin so that we should be
ashamed to call it our own.
For every do'.lar that is sent out of town, somebody has to pay
more taxes, because that dollar has gone to do its work else-
where. The dollar spent with a local dealer pays its share of
the cost of local improvements, helps to reduce your taxes and ;
to make your home enjoyable. '
TRADE AT HONE
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Mr. and Mrs. Villers bad as their
guests at dinner last Sunday the de-
bating team and also Rev. Wiliiam
Smith, pastor of the Baptist church.
The team consists of Eugene Salts-
inan, Mattie Lee Young, William
Hubbard and Nell Durham.
Max Futoransky, of Oklahoma
City, is in this city this week greet-
ing old friends and looking after his
exclusive holdings here. Max can't
stay away long at a time, this is
home to him, and we are always
glad to see him back,
—A black 3-year old horse Colt—
Race-Stock, perfectly gentle, just the
thing for that boy of yours—cheap
if taken at once. Enquire at Herald
can be done.
These meetings will eontinitf
Sunday and possibly longer il tin
; that is the one. for the best writer in
over! the system is presented for the lirst
The Methodist Revival on the nor-
th side is growing in power and in-
fluence and the church is filled nigh-
tly by people who are interested in i interest justifies.
hearing the gospel preached. Three
services are being held daily, Prayer Last Friday night and Tuesday
meeting at 2o'clock in the afternoon afternoon the various contests were
followed by a children's meeting at held at the high school Building.
4:30 and the Evangelistic service at They proved to be extremely inter-
7:30 at night. ■ esting and hotly contested in every
Up to this writing (Wednesday) j instance. The winners were as fol-
there has been thirty bowed at the lows:
alter for pardon, and a number for | Class B. wa"
entire sanctification, and the entire Reading SulaSallsman' j bard
membership are feeling the effect of Declamatory Norman Futoransky
this meeting. Spelling
The pastor, Rev. Scott, is uhund-j Writing Carrid Giacomo'I next ni'ght on "Liars" and be reqtie-
ant in labors and the preaching at J Class A. j sted his hearers to read in advance
night is being done by Rev. J. IL j Reading Lilly Bell Henderson:• the seventeenth chapter of t . < r
Hubbard. I Declamatory Frederick Christian j Next evening, before "Pfning. 1™
The Co-operation of the Christian Rpelling .. Foster Green j 'a^^heir Viands! A score or
people of the'town regardless of Writing Dora Mae Branon > Qf hands were raised.
church affiliation is earnestly re- The best writer in the system Joeie , "We|| you're the persons I want
he said. "There isn't
time this year by Mr. Trolinger and
to him the school system owes its
most sincere thanks.
Besides the contests mentioned a-
bove tiw contestants lor the literary
I and musical tournaments at Norm-
Ian and Durant were chosen, 'lhe
winners in these were as follows:
Voice—Khelia Mitchell; Piano-Gla-
dys Hunter; Rtading—Muurine Co-
Declamation— William Hub-
,, i a urenc.her conducting a mission _
Annie Browning| ann()5un(.e(1 that ),e would speak the|jonty will accept
Siiiifiu«f Class at Dow
Under favorable weather condi-
tions, there will be more people u
Dow Sunday, April 18th. than the
town has ever had the pleasure to
entertain before. A crowd without
rt frown, A smiling multitude, for-
getting cares and trails and gathei-
ing at the above named place to
meet their friends, lh?ir neighbors,
and get acquainted so they v.on't
have to have an introduction when
they meet in the pe^ct world. A
Community gathering, known as a
convention of the Pleasant Valley
Singing oiganizatioa, (an organiza-
tion to encourage singing in this
part « f lhe sticks but one in wl u-h
singing is a secondary considerate n
but tvhose real object is to encourage
the community spirit), will c >tivei.e
there on the above named dates.
Classes from all over the district
will attend, besides practically every
man, woman and child will be there.
The street car company will be pre-
pared to handle the crowd and are
going to put on all of their extra
cars on Sunday, April lKili., and be-
sides the Alderson lurn-arotmd cars
will be run through to Hartshorne
which will give us ample car service.
Boys let's vote Mr. .). C. Chesnut.
general manager; A. B.Coodner, tra-
ffic manager and Mr. Laws, agent, a
vote of thanks for their kind co-oj -
Rev. S. J. Oslin and wife will be
in attendance and lhe invitation has
gone forth to all the singers in this
part of the country to be present and
it is generally supposed that the ma-
Come out and let us work together
and capture this town for Christ. It
Mae Humes. The medals presented J t0 talk to'" he said. "There
to all these winners were of the fin-' any seventeenth chapter of St.
est gold. The last named medal, • Mark."
Dinner on the ground Sunday for
all. Come get acquainted so that
we won't have to be introduced in
the next world.
Buster Cox who has been working
for the Star Resturant for a year or
more resigned his position to lake a
position with his brother in Okla-
homa City at an advance in s llary.
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Hubbard, John H. The Haileyville Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1920, newspaper, April 15, 1920; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146957/m1/1/: accessed September 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.