The Pittsburg County Republican (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 20, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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THE PITTSBURG COUNTY REPUBLICAN
THE ONLY REPUBLICAN ImEWSPAPER IN PITTSBURG COUNTY
THE HAILEYVILLE HERALD
LOCATED IN THE TWIN CITIES OF HARTSHORNE HAILEYVILLE AND PUBLISHED FOR THE WHOLE COUNTY.
Volume 4.—Number 2
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922.
Phone. 1 i 4
Price $1.50 Per Year-
We held our pa'«->r back
'. lis week 10 give :i brief sy-
nopsis of the lavpest an.!
most 'harmonious Republican
County Convention ever
held in Pittsburg County
Herman Dobbs, studen at O. U I
was in town Saturday the guests of
Mr. Ike Hilton has pat hn>cd the
Tin & Plumbin* Shop .• the west
part of town formerly owned hy Mr
J. W. Carter, and ex >e ib to open
up the shop for busir.e % -.In u« lhe
first of May. Mr. *.!U« n says he
mdefstands th? business
Mrs. Kretf Parsons entertained tie
Monday afternoon bridgt club las
week. After an enb-^able afU-.
noon tihe hostess sem'-d lainty ic
freshments to the f-.ll .-vine: Mu.
dames Per.ry Whitiiu W;u>dicrf.
k!. C. Silms, Cortei; Hudson, UA 11 '-
.r:ner, M. I.. Thompson t.nd • ues' >
\ full report will be give.; j P. A. Miller, Frank Ja-np;. Arlr I'll.
thorn, W. R. Williams r-d Tom St-'
in next week's papir.
About 300 deletes weiv
A. IJ. Karris of McAlesr
cr. was elected Sl.ae Con:-
A. U. Thomas ... McAle?
'.< r, was electr County
Miss Nannie Ci nvle, ol
I nks Switch, w. . elected
F. E. Adams ,-t Hart
i.irne, was elects Sect:
Resolutions \w.; passe '
.•rafting fohn " elds i'c
• overnor; eridor • ng th ■
J arding Administration an:1
?he Pittsburg Co nty 1>
publican, calling up ;n all re
publicans to give t a hoar,,
The enthusiasts of th1
Convention with "he fir. :
bunch of officials gives a
'irect forecast of a swec
ing victory for th? Re pub
can party in the November
The PrelKminary Contest
last week to decide who would t ,>
resent Hartshorne in the literary a*,
musical events in the Rock Isl; '1
High SchoOI Conferennre. Tlv
lowing are winners:
1 Standard Oration 7th and 8in.
Grades Wister IV••
2 Piano 7th ui .1 8th tirades
3 Dramatic Heading -'h and Sth
Grade Retina Rothbaum
4—Dramatic Reading Il'gih, School
Boys T .i Maril.i
6 Dramatic Reading Digh School
Ci i rls Josephine Tavl >
6 Piano High School (li'ls
7 Standard Oration High School
Giris Xaooni Willi
Chamber of Commerce
and Good Roads Meeting
l.asl .week the Cham'jer of Cor Counts. After whi.li • ne r.-.eetinu
in tree of Hartshorne is,Led -m In • " alved Itself Into roa*.
Inerlinu and Pvet7bo.1v nvit. t.
tavlon to all the town* 'ong th? , ,
speak. S|>eeins .weir x.ide by i<v
Postal Highway from McAlester U ,Vsentative men frefm ho liTenvi
Ft Smith to ;..ect In tin city at the towns along the prop* .-li Postal II
regular noondiy luruheo.j on Tuesdri j hway and all agreed \ it th • oH
April 18 at the Brooks i.stitute. Eastern organization <■!' the Post..'
About 300 delegate respondtv1 j Hi hwny should be iv\
coinin;. from 'lie towns i McAlebtc • land vice-presidents apt
Krebs, Alder* i, Dow: laileyvi! e town along the ron:
Gowen: Wilbi. on: Red Oak; Wi- .er I Weaver of Wilburton
and Poteau all boostei • for goo a the Head of the orgor.'
roads. j next meeting to be hel«
Promptly at noon the 'lruynbers of in the near future to |>c
the Chamber of Cam|mc j s and visit- ments and procure
ors present assembled in 'he Oynnu'- entire Highway frrm
asiuj.n >1 the om(munily Louse where t l,e east to i.VleAlest<
the good lad'es of the Methodist j Members of the to
church haf prepared luncheon, andisioners we if present
•lfter being entertained '-y thi Hi.'li would do all «n their
.; buildin j the hard wirf
Albert lx>n^ was in Ha*ieyvdle Tu *
•.1 made a t • ip to Du
Fred I^eilbeiter was in Krebj
iMr and M.-s. .T. Law's spent Sun-
day in McAif«ter.
td at on
ited : earl
s ch^^en a
1 ion . nd l)>
1 t Wi burtoi
kors for th
. Smith '
l sai l th •
..er c-. be^i
'■ Ml 'WO P"« iM'.s.iq.wo ,
did full justice to the ^ood thmr-. ■ tlv Kast Side of
placed before :.he(m. | work west.
After dinner a short program wa-i There wasn t a d
rendered, consisting of a violin sr.'c.jthe 'whole imestin^, hut
a piano solo and a vocal .silo by Mi-*; wis out to boost for tlis F
Bonnie Callis, and the i the oddrets way, and one could ah.ost see the
o|f welcome by His Hono* F. K. Ray Highway under ih- ent^Uhiasm
rnond Mayor of Hartsho-ne, and a fe..- kindled hy th^s great >u ch .. bo ,3
remarks bv the Preside i, M. O. Iters.
J. ucly v.
ng note in
Claude Rron was
^'*s in town
C. K. Fair was in Wtlourtou We
••esday on business.
Miss Bell Savage was «>hoppin( 1
V1 A!estor Monday afte' ( on.
M. L. Thompson made a busine.
trip to Oklahcfna City uesday.
Saturday nii^ht a ver/ intere>tia^
prograim was given at P.rooks Insti-
tute, the Teat are o'f the evening was
performance tiven np Melvto ^fet-
ealf and his brother. Melvin is a
irst class mapjeian ar.-l Rave a pro-
,'i«m highly enioyed b/ all )• esent
Mrs. Alec McNeil of uahmn
1 town visiting friends
\ . A. C
Mr. Fred Jor
W. J. Park was
Mrs. W. Scherer of H ileyviMe
town Wednesday aftcmoov.
[>'f 0. U. spi .t tihe
with horn3 folks-.
Mrs. John Metlug.h
nvs this 'week in Musk,
editor ' aturday (
was a Mi
After-wnr starvation In Russia
sdd 5,000,000 lives to the 35,000,000 al-
ready charged up ks a sacrifice to the
war. An Investigator for the Ameri-
can relief administration says many
Russians will Btarve to death before
spring, In spite of all the efforts that
can be made to rescue them, says Cap-
per's Weekly. American food trains
are now reaching districts where the
people have had no food except g.alns,
barks and rofrts, but the food will
come too late for many! How war
scourges the world!
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
Mr. Alexander of Tulsa was a
iness visitor in town th« week'.
Rev. £ noddy of CrovJ.r *v;ts
l kiost in Hartshorne this week.
Rev. J. (\ Trotter w\s a busine.1
sitor to Gowen Tuesday afternoo 1
Come in and inspect our
complete assortment of
A. A. Varvtirae's
Oriental Toilet Articles.
Frank Paul's Drug Store
New Cases Filed In District Court
New cases filed in district ':o.;r
are as follows:
Edith Carry vs. Abe Carry; suit
for divorce. V/ere ma r;ed at Enid
in 1915. Gross neglect c.hartred.
Restoration of Jmaiden tnme to F^itn
Fields is asked.
Farmers State Bank of Quinton vs.
Faster Lewis; appealed case fro-*
the court of Judge Cob Vns of Quin-
ton, whe^fin the plaintiff was e;v5.i
judgment for $2^'-'.
| Harbour-T.ort'l.nire Furnituie Co.
■ vs. E. M. Allen; suit fo< $294.85 on
: Russell Hardware Co.
j rill; suit for S366.20 on
J. T. Amason ivs. J.
| et al; suit 'for $965 on '
,rs. Jeff Me*
i id and rt .1
* j Dickerson-GoocVnan Lo.herCo.
f 1 Osage Oil & Refining not if' *
* I tion frff.i Oklahoma County to effect
m j 'hat judglment had ic-tt er.fei 1
i j t.here against defendant 'or $11,021.-
Mamie Bosley vs. Charles Bolsey;
divorce granted 'for "ross neglect;
plaintiff given part of real estate
and $25 for attorney's f?es.
Charles Baker vs. Ci1 n B:iker; di-
vorce granted for abandonment.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley iXnvlvree o
'jhaiwnee are here visitin^s re'ative
rugene Peop'os attended the Track
rid Field (meet at Durant this wee*
I 5\wnn B. Cupp vs. Jim'js Cupp: |
j suit 'fo.r divorce; marri°o at ''entry,
Ark. in 1910; divorce avked on
1 ground of extreme cruo'*y«
^etna Bldg. & T<oan Co. vs. R. S
(ox, et al; suit lor $487.48 on onn-
Mattie FlOm.ming vs A. L. P'lemm-
. j ing; suit for divorce on ground of
f 1 adultra; imarrnd at Atoki in 191S.
William S. Hicks vs A C. Highto-
wer et ti; suit for $284. t? on not. .
H. C. Traver vs R. O Jaggers, suii
to quiet title
Marriage licenses were issued as
Renato P. Cenci and Augusta Bin
ncJii, of Gowen, Vnanried by Covin 1 v
Judge Brown at his offi e. Wednes-
Cornelius C. Ward of .'.blanco, nnd
Mary Goodwin, of Sumnei field, mn
tied by Justice of the Peace Thom-
son, at .l is office Monday
i W. B. Linthicurm anil i*nnie Tlio n
I as of Haywood, Imarr5 d by Jud're
| Brown £t the court hoi sc, Monda*
John Marrs and Mrs. Maud Coos.
o f McAlester, |marned nt the off* e
of County Judge Brown, last Satur
Jewel R. Smith and Met tie EKvo^d
Hubetl Forbis and Lala Brooks, of
F.avanna. jmanried by J idee ><!own
Roy Deibel and O.^. King. of
Sam Luker and Clara Keller, of
Haywood married last Saturday bv
Rev. J. W. Eubanks, of Arpelar.
Edwin D. Snalley an-i *;uni(« l at-
li'r of Nortih McAlester, marr ed hv
County Judge Brown, Wednesday
B. B. Butts and Mrs Lee Johnson
of McAlester, married bv J.udi e
Brown, Thursday, Mai-h SO.
George Mosby and ^^rs. Ma'tie
Mitts, of Carbon.
Mrs. Dave ?tailings v.s visiting
r: mother Mrs. l>d Co,"an Monday
Mrs. J. L. Coss of Haileyville was
lopping in Hartshorne .Monday.
WAVE IT MADE
Clyde Wey^nan and Jo!
;i llarishorne visitor V
lime f« lk
Mi>s Mable Replogal
in town Sunday the
• iiJ> McMurtrey.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Willi.uns left
Sunday for an extended isit
ston and Freeport, Texas.
Miss Fontella Thompson of Will
ton spent the week end with he Wake Old 'Clothe* New and
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thou- New Ones Too
HARTSHORNE CLEANERS I
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. OIni-f of iW • f.|,anti 162 r;.-t,inrne, ttklj
AI ester were Sunday guests at the
heme c/ Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Koo
A jolly crowd «of nt) Jt fifte«M
joung folks of Hartshorne enjoyj**
Ihe dance Friday night a I Jo .es Ac-
The residence of John McH Jgh in
the northeast part of . wn was par
tly destroyed by fire Sut-nrdav nigcf
lf.m an unknown orign.
HA* rSHORNII PRESBYTERIAN
Harry Cox, Pattor.
10:00 am Sunday School.
11:00 am Morning Worship*
3:00 f*n Lightbearer*
6:30 pm Young Peoples Meeting
7:30 j*n Evening Worship
A churoh for the people with
wi^lcome for all.
The three-fold aijm of our chuck:
Spirituality, liberality and hos-
Mr. E W. Fry of Of wen was a
Iartshorne visitor Tuesdiv afternoo t.
| Rev. W. Y. Switzer w.is a passef#.-
I ver to McAlester Satu* lay on butt-
Miss Bertha Yates
'i'cx. is here visiting
fr:ends and r
Miss Garriston of Red Oak was in-
vest o|f Mrs Clarence Will'h th.
Watch for our Big SpeciaS
Sale ad in next weeks pap-
er. Wonderful price reduc-
tion will be given.
Five new members w * e 5nitiat'.,.*3
.u o the order of the Zaste. •. St.ir
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Edgar Guest's Poems.
Dr. Evans' Health
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Weekly Grist In Judn? Melton*
Following late proceed ngs ve e
had in distinct court
Delia Toilett vs. Govrge Toileri;
decree of divorce on gr uind of abi 1-
Eliza Duncan vs. Earl Duncan: de-
cree of divorce on ground of gr >s;,
neglect of duty.
Eimlma Johnson vs. Jom Johnson:
decree of divorce on r> und of ex-
Maud Horn vs. John Mom: deore*-
of dirvorce on ground of uhondomrr.^i t
Conservative Loan Co. vs. J. H.
Haws et al; judgment for plaintii!"
for $198.50. H. D. Pa sons na;n«e I
Jennie White vs. Will''em C. White:
set for iVearing April .'5.
I^ena Noilma l vs. Richard Norman;
decree of divorce on ground of gross
neglect of duty.
Judge oVIolton granted t temporal
injunction in the case of St. J lv«
Grand Lodge (negro) Fi^e t A'• ep-
ted Masons against the I-irrin C'.-iitd
Lodge (ne.ero) Free & Accepted Ma-
sons. The plaintiff alleges the
defendant is not a gennine Mas-r.tf
' *' dy nnd that it is encroaching U;"U
the iurisdietion of the plaint fr as
granted upon its charter firrm the
secretary of stat*' Ok glioma. The
re has aroused con^iderpnle int vrer-
it has been up on •* era! ph(*«e<
curing ^he past three oonths. Tlie
V.iocess now beinq followed will di •
t imine definitely t.he r'. hts of the
litigants in the case.
Suit for $7,677.50 has been 'ilod
hy L. W. Clapp against Charlss K.
Alien and wife, C. W. Crufn and
\«.fe and H. B. Shea to nwver a note
a'V.ged to have been given by th« de-
ferdants in 1915. Judgment is al*.o
a ked for $518 in tax 33 and $1 V:.
in attorney's fees, and or forecios
ure of mortgage.
President Harding has proclaimed April 22 as
a golden anniversary of Arbor Day. officers ol
public instruction and of civic and commercial or
ganizations were urged by the President to "un
ite in thought and action for the preservation of
oar common heritage by planning exorcises ok
shall bring before the people the disastc us effects
of the present waste by forest fires and the need
of individual and collective efforts to conserve the
forests and increase our tree growth for ornament
and use."—National Republican.
Mrs. Turn Nolly of Pceau has be?n
Lho guest of her parmts Mr. and
fi^rs. John Savage this week.
Mrs. Dave harris and daught '
iVbss Ethel of Dow woe in town
Tuesday aftenoon the y.jests of Mu-.
\V. R. Schmieding.
F. E. ADAMS' Store
alright but he expects to be boss, and
he will put n o first . !d s workji'an
and will be abje to do nil binds of
work done in an up-to-dal; .shop.
Mr. M. L. ->I'ish, secret ury of Okia-
hofna State Teachers Association gave
a very interesting and instructive ad-
dress Tuesday -vening in the t air
The following from H^re attend*,
the services at the Masonic Tcfnpr
I opday afternoon: Wio.'.eld McM .i'
• y; Lee Mitchell; Mi«ses Winni
G iwly; Mable Replogle* Mr. and M-*.
Mack Ross; Mr. and Vrs. Lver n
r;itterson; (Mr and Mrs D. 1. M -
i-,.n, Mrs. Molly McVartirey; Mr.
.111.1 Mrs. Will Dalies; in. an 1 Mr•:
V\ . R. Schjnieding.
We take that knock and chatter out of your Ford by
using Genuine Asbestus Brake and Transmission lining
Agents for Ford Cars
and Genuine Ford parts, Lee Puncture Proof Tires and
All work guarranteed.
We take care of all kinds of trouble anywhere.
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The Presbyterian Missionary Society
met Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. S. Sanders, Mrs. Harry
Cox read an txcellent eport lrom
tho Presbyterial meeting held in M -
Alester last week. A y.arly report
of the Society was also riven by M.1
secretary Afrs. L. A. t nnt. Afier
their business dainty eiVesnmenfj*
were served to the foljorving M 'sdn.ii-
es L. A. Grant; C. Powell; J. H
Nichols; A. li. Thofnas: J. S. W•1 •
l-nms; Urb Rurniner; Due Stalling*;
,T. S. Ranks; Cortez llu-.son; B. C
I ims; T. Ingra<n; Chas. Brown; V. I
. Sunders; Will Sander ;, Hiory C1 .1
ind Mrs. A. E. McNeil <-f Cushir/.
I have taken tip a str Ma e * J.
Wilson's fartn 0 miles s> .th e! hart-
shorne a Light Sorrel Mare, weight
about 800 pounds. 2 white hind feet,
white face, a bleimish on rl'jht hind
leg just below flank, a 9 abnot 9
First Stale Bank
Oldest Bank in Hartshorne n
-A DEPOSITOR HAS NEVER LOST
A DOLLAR IN A STATE BANK IN
C. S. WINGATE, President U. H. BAKEK, Vice-President
b. C. SIMS, Vice-Pres. mnd C *shier
C. S. Win^a'.e, J. H. Baker, K. J. LeKevre, C-. A. Riedt, J. S. Martin
B. C. Sima
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