The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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THE HAILEYVILLE HERALD.
A NEW COUNTY PAPER
THE PITTSBURG CO. REPUBLICAN.
Published Weekly in the City of Hartshorne, having a Population of 3,800; located in
the Eastern part of Pittsburg County having a population of 60,000 people; in the center
of the Coal mining Industries of Southeastern Oklahoma.
Volume 1. Number 1,
HARTSHORNE, OKLA. THURSDAY, June 9th, 1921.
Price $1.50 Per Year.
The Only Republican Newspaper Published in Pittsburg County.
By Way of Introduction
Howdy Folks! This is another Newspaper for Pittsburg County in general, and
Hartshorne in particular. I have no apologies to offer t\.r its appearance. With
six newspapers, Having Democratic proclivities, in the County, I believe there is
room for one orr the other side of the Political fence, hence the
Pittsburg County Republican.
Six-to-One is considerably one sided, and 1 may be a bit lonesome in the News
paper field, but I will endeaver to give the Citizens of'Hartshorne and Pittsburg
County a first class newspaper, at all limes; seeking to be fair in our dealings
with our political ii . !s and foes alike.
While I believe, and wili publish the great Political principals of the Republican
party, I hope I am broad anuugh to allow every other man the same privileges
and"rights^ therefore these columns will always be open for a free and full discussions
of the issues of the day; and I invite any man, or .voiran, that feels they have some
truth to utter, to send in their communication over their own signature, and, if in
the bounds of reason, it will gladly be published in these Columns.
I believe in a government of the people, for the people, and by the people; and
to this end the Editoral ax will be used, hewing to the line, letting the c*hips fall
where they may.
I am not here to distroy oi' tern down any good that is being done in your con
ununity- but rather, let me put my shouller to the wheel and help you, and every
other agency, that is .working to build up a little city in this garden spot of the
universe. I have carefully looked over the possibilities and resources and, witih
the general topography, the natural advantages and the v.-ide awake people, there is
nothing under God's heaven to keep this form becoming a city sccond second to
none in Southeast Oklahoma.
I would" be glad to be a weekly visitor in every home in this'city and County.
Do you believe in good government? So do J. Do you believe in the future
of your town? So no I. Do you believe in working to build up a great manu
l'acturing and business center here? So do I. May we work together to this great
It will be a five column, 6, 8,12, or!5 page paper eaoh week,
just as the demand on our space, will justify, and I cordially invite you to bring or
send in your name and let our paper be a weekly visitor at your fireside. I may
possibly say some things that you wont li\e, but on the whole you will like mosti of
the things I do and say, anl I am sure our association will rippen into mutual
respect and good fellowship. If your heart is like my heart give me your band.
J. H. HUBBARD, Editor.
Office: First door west of City Hal!. Hartshorne, Okla.
A GREAT SERIAL! -"THE MAN
FOR THE AGES." An historical
novel of tho life of Abr«t«rn Lincoln
that every school boy or pill should
read; This alone will ho well worth
the price of a yei-.r; subscription.
SPECIAL ARTICLES: 'WHY I
AM \ PROGRESSIVE," by William
Allen White, the qreut J.'dit'or >>t
Kansas 'will be p'.rblistkd in an early
CONDENStU NFWS AlVIJ NEWS
REVIEW, will i.. a royulai foulura
SPORTING r.VKNTS. rase Ball
news and atheletie events of all
Kinds will have . prominent place
with a spccial l.di.jr for these e-
EDITORIAL AND POLITICAL
Events 'will have thotr place and
white first, last and all the time
this will be a Repubu :n Paper. Yet
•we are broad enou^n to rooornize
that there are otheis, und our col-
umns will always be open to a free
and full discussion of the matters
concerning- the good of tl-e neatest
Many other features will he added
to imake the Republican the best
weekly paper in Pittsbu \ County. "
J. H. HUBBARD, Editor.
SEND IN YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TODAY
Every Republican in the county should subscribe for this paper at once, and begin
with the first number. Cut out the blank at the side, and fill in your name and address
and send it to us at once—if you cant spare the money just now, you can pay us latter
on, but send the coupon in at once and get your name on our mailing list.
J. H. Hubbard, Editor, $
I hereby subscribe for copies
of the PITTSBURG COUNTY REPUBLICAN and
promise to pay you Dollars
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The Herald. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1921, newspaper, June 2, 1921; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149396/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.