The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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^ blished every week for
the whole family.
A Family Newspaper For Pittsburg County.
It stands for men and is-
sues, rather than loyalty
to party lines.
VOL. 3.—NO. 9
HAILEYVILLE. OKLA.. THURSDAY. JUNE 2. 1921.
HiiCE: SI .50 PER I CAR
Pick-Ups Around Town.
Mrs. Booker Wileman was in Me- j Vernon W. Smith of McAlester,
Alester Wednesday. j was calling on friends in town Sat-
Jaimes Coss was a McAlester visitoi
Mr. and Mrs. J. G Carter imovea
Wednesday to Savanna.
J*. C. IfouiM '-vts a imsiness visitor
i:i Oklahoma City Saturday.
Mrs. W. R. Lee and Mr:; 'icvi. Jud-
kins were shoppi in M.Aloster
Fr id ay.
E. R. Jolly was transacting busi-
ness in McAlester Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. '1 }h>'ns were
in McAlester Manorial Day.
The Presbyterian Missionary soci-
ety met lasst Tha sda/ with Mrs. L.
Isrel Futoransky ol Cushing was
visiting Charley Futo. iiiijky and l'aim-
ny here Tha tda/.
Mi', and Mrs. W. A. Tihoms spent
Sunday in Krebs guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. 15. Peterson.
Miss Ethel Lambert left last 1 ri-
day night for Edmond where she
II attend Normal this summer.
Lyle Childs was in ;own Fi ida*
between trains on his way to sponu
the 'week end with hi1; parents in
Gray Phillips and >vi ~ ol litrts-
home was over to sec his mother
Mrs. S. A. Phillips Wednesday even
Miss Letha Lollar departed Satur-
day for her home in Ha wood, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Longeibea.ni or.u
children un-oved this week to El Keno
Dr. G. L. Dodson of Muskogee was
in town Thursday call on eld friends.
Mrs. Walter Hailey and Miss May
are moving back hone this week
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Copp are visit-
ing at the homes of Mrs* J. L. Jones
and Mrs. J. M. Scott.
Virgil lllacic- d left Sunday for
lulsa w>hei'j he ac e;.'«'d a pos-
ition with a D.u? C. Tnpap>.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Kc.it have -:-,ov-
cd back to their old home in Athens
Tenn. They left Friday night.
Miss Etta Sadler was a passenger
Wednesday to Memphis, Tenn. where
! she will spend the summer ononchs
Mrs. J. E. Henderson and children
I left Thursday imorning on a vacation
trip. They will visit in Ft. Worth
and other points in Texas.
Fred Yockstick went to Dallas,
last week after a short stay • II
return to De Lion Texas, s
Prof, and Mrs. G. Viliers of
Duiant were here to" the (. . blunt-
ing exercises of the High School.
Miss Blowdyn Gough of El Reno
returned Monday afte a Sunday visit
here with her parents.
i Trainmaster Jas. McNearney was J
transacting Rock Island business at
Headquarters in El Reno Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landreth s, ent
Sunday and Monday in Eufaula ipe.-t
of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Johnson.
Mrs. A. E. Nichols and son ,1.
E. Nichols returned heme Monday
frcrn a visit in St. Louis.
The Presbyterian Picnic at Dow
Lake for the Sunday School was en
joyed by all that attended.
Mrs. Oscar Brisro and children of
Wilburton are guests of Mrs. Henry
Bcwen and family this week.
Ed Jones was in McAlester .Mon-
day to attend the Decoration Ser-
vices at Oakhill Cemetery.
Mrs. Alva Martin went to Kansas
City Mo. Saturday. She has been
visiting Mi. and Mrs. Coupe.
Mrs. J .L. School'.ieid, Mr;;. M. M,
Jennings, Miss Lather ine Wheeler,
and Mi. Nancy It >y aolds r< tcre.l
10 Me Ales tor Wednesday io see the
show East Lynn at the ilusby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Coss and Kev.
and Mis. Harry Cox motored to Mc-
Alester Friday evening to attend
the Graduating exer.mx-s of M Alcs-
ter High School, Jas L. Osb, Jr. was
one of the Gradu-iti;;.;' -lass.
J. P. Creasy and f i.nily moved to
El Reno Saturday and will be at
hoini at 803 South Barker ^ ti eel.
Mrs. Mnv. 1/iinbet ivp.'i.cit tc
El Reno Thui "lay nft«v a visit of
seveial days with Mrs. t.'. C. M Cany.
Miss Gertrude Gibson returned Sat-
urday to her home in Shawnee after
a weeks visit with Miss Hazel
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Cherry who has been
very ill is reported seme better.
Mrs. J. M. Jarvis, Thorne and Ine>.
went to Hot Springs Ark. Wednes-
day for the benefit of Thornes health
Prof. W. R. Raney will spend his
summer vacation 'with hc.rne folks in
Springfield, Mo. He left Saturday
for that place.
The new Jewel Theatre is Hearing
completion and ready for business.
T. I'oweis has leased the old
Theatre building and will install an
up-to-date Cafe as soon as it is
(Cor. Miss Katherine MeDeanit)
Blocker is getting to be a noted
center of attraction for spending
vacations and fishing as there were
two cars from Krebs, live fi.a:i Kio-
wa and one from Hartshorne c-imped |
at Dead mans hole.
Miss Katheleen Shum"k3r of Colora-
do, is here spending her vacation
with her aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Couch went to
McAlester the fust of tin- week
where they met Mrs. Lucy Levin
and they decided i'.t>"n the Tomb-
stones for Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Mat-
tox who died a few years ago.
Mr. Tom Frani-'in who has been
on the sick list with smull pox is
able to be out a';,*ain.
Among those who attended the
graduating exercises a". McAlester
were Mr. and Mrs. Clara Leflore,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kincheloe, Mr.
and Mrs. Jos McDe.rniU and Mr. B.
Davenport. Those whom received
their diplomas were Misses Kaikcr-
ine McDenmit, Faye St jpp, Opal El-
lis, Mrs. Pearl Lon.v an I James Bur-
ton and Edgar Leo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stovall spent
Sunday -with Mrs. Stovall's father at
The Woodmen Circle meets every
Saturday evening at ei^ht o'clock at
the Lodge hall >11 tiie school house.
All .members are urged to Iih piesont.
A large crowd >f B.e-ker people
attended the deco T.tioi at Massey.
Dinner was served on the ground and
Rev. Brooks of bavt.ma led the ter-
viues in the moi
its of State
Hyrnie Futoransky of Fredrick is
here to take care of the business for
Charley while he and family and Miss
Hattie Futoransky of Oklahoma City
U.ke an overland trip to Omaha Neb.
They will start today and will go
by the way of Muskogee, Joplin and
Miss Edna F. Belli departed Satui-
day for Oklahoma City where she
will be at holme this slimmer at
133 W. 9th. street.
The Christian Ladies Aid held an
all day meeting Tuesday at the coun-
try home of Mr. and Mrs. Jiim Davis.
Miss Mavis Moulton is expected
home today from Columbia Mo.
where she has just completed a
three yeais college course.
Mr. and M j. Tom Robinson and
Miss May Rooh'son motored here
,froim Charleston, Ark. and spent De-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Goodfellow ;c-
turned Tuesday from their Califor-
nia trip. They report a delightful
trip but are glad to get back home.
Mrs. B. G. Glass, Miss Stel^r Glass
and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Saunders re-
turned Monday frclm an over Sunday
visit with Holdenville friends.
Dr. J. W. Fitzjarrald and family
left Tuesday morning early for an
over land trip via Ford to Memphis,
Texas where the doctor expects to
locate for the suiiiwer.
Miss Grace Simith returned Tues
day from a visit in Featherstone.
Miss Grace left last night for
Norman to attend Normal at OkU
E. C. Skaggs has bought and riov-
ed into the residence occupied ov
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Field on 4th.
street. They are temporally resid-
ing in the Tontz residence on Hailey
Ave. until they can build on East
Second street. Mr. Skaggs sold his
property on the North side of town
to the Methodist Church to be usee
for a parsonage.
Mr. Mac Quirt returned homo fr'Hin
Hartshorne where he has been visit-
ing his son.
Don't forget the Ladies Aid is
still alive and since school i.; out
je hope to have a large crowd oi
young folks join.
Mrs. W. F. Scott has returned home
from the bedside of her mother who
died a few days a£o.
Mrs. Fred Ha.giove returned Sun-
day to Shawnee to complete business
course which sha is taking cf • an
Commercial college at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Spear and little
daughter Salena and Mrs. S. B. Cliis•
olro and ohildren returned Monday
from an overland trip to India'ola
where they spent the week end with
Mr. Spear's brother and family.
Mrs. W. E. Bradfield and baby
who has been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Powell for a couple of
weeks left Saturday for Columbia
J. L. Sohoolfield received a mess-
age Wednesday night stating that
his 'mother was seriously ill from
stroke of paralysis in Hope, Ark.
He left Thursday for Hope.
Mrs. Charlotte Eeils and daughter
Mrs. Bernard Cu'.ley were guests
Sunday and Monday of ilk. and Mrs.
Robert Tate ir. Musk^ee. Mrs.
Culley went on f an th *ro to Enid,
to join her husband and leave today
on an extended trip to California.
The High School Annuals are out.
You can buy them at Trolinger &
Hower Drug Store and the Kerala
Mr. and Mrs. George Greene and
children departed Wednesday ior
Roanoke T exas to visit her mother
Mr. Greene will return in a short
time while Mrs. Greene and children
Printing office for only $1,001
wjll imaktt a lengthy visit.
30,000 PEOPLE EXPECTED AT
With wild Brahama and Mexican
steers being shipped to McAlester
and an ei^ht-foot high corral being-
erected to keep them frdm breaking
out and causing possible life injuries
or death to persons in McAlester,
the American Legion of that city
are preparing to stage its big Round
up and Rodeo June 9, 10 anr 11.
Carloads od bronks and trained
horses are in transit,, as well as the
champion riders, ropers and bulldo
gers of the world, who are coming
to defend their titles and win as
much of the §3000 in prize money
In addition to the roping and rid-
ing contests, the bulldogging of the
wild Mexican Brahaima steers is to
be a feature. Bulldogging is one
of the most dangerous sports of the
cowboy, being performed by racing
alongside of a steer, jumping from
a horse on to the horns, throwing
body to the ground and causing" the
steer to somersault over his body.
This is extremely dangerous, caus-
ing the life of one at the Parson,
Kansas show two weeks ago.
It is the intention of the Ameri-
can Legion to make this truly a rev-
ival Of the western plains country
sports, Where "Kick 'Hm Cowboy''
and "Ride 'Elm Cowgirl!" will be a
yearly feature and attract to
this section once a year the pictur-
esque and dashing knighfs and queens
of the roaming prairies.
Miss Faye Steirp is spear, in'.1 the
week with Mi'.s Blanch Bici-el of
Mr. Bud '.je'iota rttu li'd to I):um-
right Tuesday where he has accept-
ed a position.
Mr. Charlie Collins spent Sunday
at Massey with friends and relativ-
Twenty-eight graduates received di-
plomas from the high school at Klng-
flslier at graduation exercises.
Loyal citizcns are interested in get-
ting lire proposed mail route between
Oklahoma City and Woodward to pass
All paving will be tested chemically
l'rom now on before it. is laid on the
streets of Sapulpa, city commissioners
"Bartlesville has the cleanest al-
leys and streets of any city 1 have
seen," Mrs. Thomas II. Sturgeon, state
sanitary inspector, says.
The basement of the Craig county
court house has been turned over to
company M, Oklahoma national guard,
as an armory and barracks.
The Casnion commercial club is pro-
moting a good road from Cashion to
Lockridge. Several thousands dollars
will be spent in improving this road.
Building of the new school building
at McLoud to replace the structure re-
cently burned is to be started at once.
Tho old foundation will be used for
tho new building.
Improvement of the road to the
steel bridge being erected across the
Canadian river at Holdenville has
bees undertaken by the road commit-
tee of the chamber of commerce.
East Central Stale Normal school
at Ada is ready for the largest sum-
mer pession in several years. Rooms,
board and teachers have been obtain-
ed to care for all students who c«me.
To fill the vacancy in the posfmas-
tership at Patersoit, Ihe civil servico
commission at Washington harf been
quested to hold an examination. Pat-
terson, Latimer county, is a fourth
Twenty-ntne students, comprising
the largest graduation class in history
of Pauls Valley schools, were given
diplomas. John T..I3uteher has been
re-elected superintendent of city
schools for next year.
A class of forty seniors, the largest
graduating class in the history of the
Ponca City high school, will complete
their work here at the end of the
school term. The class will present
the play, "The Fortune Hunter."
Mr. Lewis Woods and wile wen!
to McAlester Friday on basinets.
Mr. J. B. Watson is reported on!
the sick list.
Mr L. W. Brown returned h< ine
from Drumnrnt Wednesday.
Mrs. Ei'na Bigi,s was tailed to
Crowder on business Monday.
Mr. Hatifield of Skunktown was
here on business the first of the
Decoration Day was very quiet in
Haileyviifelj Ajl, the stores were
closed and the citizens honored the
dead with the folks at Kenwood
Cemetery. The Choral Club furnish-
ed sotme splendid ^ntisic for the ser-
According to foreign correspondents,
the British government has offered
the Sinn Fein leaders a new peace
proposition which the latter seem
willing to accept. Ireland Is offered
all the rights possessed by any self t
governing member of the empire, in-
cluding full fiscal autonomy and full
control of its Judiciary and police,
und the annual tribute of £18.000,(XX)
will be abandoned. Arrangements for
defense by the army and navy are left
open for discussion. A condition to
the offer Is that both north and south
Ireland must accept it as a final set-
tlement and must work together as
it united Ireland.
Ada members of the A. A. O. N. M.
S. will attend the celebration to be
held in Okmulgee in a body. A spe-
cial train will run front Ada to Ok-
mulgee and members are making efalj-
orate preparations for the event.
William McKinley Brown, assistant
general secretary of the Oklahoma
City Y. M. C. A. since the building
was completed and acting secretary
since the resignation several weeks
ago of R. B.-Wedding, was named per-
manent secretary at. a meeting of the
Y. M-. C. A. Board of directors.
Increasing use of the El Reno tou-
rist park on the banks of the North
Canadian river, a mile north of the
city, has necessitated the enlarge-
ment of the area. City commission-
ers have completed the preliminary
arrangements for the purchase of a
ten-acre tract embracing the present
Edmond public schools close school
term with graduation exercises for a
Olass of sixty-three, the largest num-
ber completing eighth grade work
thus far is the history of the school.
T. It. McPheeters has been re-elected
superintendent for next year, and a
play grounds supervisor and athletic
director have been added.
C. C. Lydick, assistant United
States attorney, was elected president
of the community service council to
succeed Charles \\. Dawson, who
leaves this week for Edinbui" . Scot-
land, to attend the International no-
tary convention. The community ser-
vice will raise ?10,000 to carry on in-
oreased activities next year.
The Bristow commercial club has
been rejuvenated and is ready now
for active work. A meeting of
members of the club had not been
held for more than five months until
now after a special membership
campaign had been cairied on for a
week. The club now has a member-
ship of more t Iran 100 and it is hoped
to increase, .this to more than 200.
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