The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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Cochran Grocery -Co.
Good Things to Eat
FLYNN & CO., OUTDOOR ADVERTISERS
Cloth Signs a Specialty Phone Us Your Order
phone 873. Mcalester
When In McAlester Make Your Headquarters At
Ladies Rest Room in Connection
TOWN BEDECKED IN GAUDY AT-
TIRE—MANY PROMINENT OF-
MEET WE AT
THE merchants cafe
AND GET WHAT YOU WANT TO EAT
rooms in connection
e. choctaw GLEESE avenue
We Do Kodak Finishing
Choctaw Ave. Over Daniels'
IN DOUBT -TAKE THE
Protect Yourself at Once at Delays are Dangerous
IT DON'T cost you a cent to have your money protected In OUR
BANK By the Guaranty Law. WE STUDY the needs of our customers.
WE accommodate all classes of people with various business needs
having a distinct service for each individual, OUR BANK IS THE
BANK that can give you every advantage.
Watch Us Grow
DEPOSITS IN THIS BANK ARE PROTECTED BY THE STATE
GUARANTY FUND OF OKLAHOMA.
The formal opening of the Hailey-
ville Y. M. C. A. Saturday was at-
tended with imposing ceremonies, be-
fitting the auspicious occasion.
The town was decorated profusely
with bunting, all the business houses
were closed and ihe people turned out
enmasse to do honor to the occasion
The town was crowded with visitors,
many being present from McAlester,
Krebs, Alderson, Dow, Bache as well
as ,numeroU8 persons from u dis-
A number of the most prominent
Rock Island railway officals and Y.
M. C. A. enthusiasts were present
and most interesting program was
carried out, including speeches, solos
and musical numbers which was
At 6:16 an elaborate banquet was
given the visiting Y. M. C. A. and
The magnificent building is a credit
to the town of Haileyville and the
Hock Island folks who erected it.
The building was erected at a cost
of $56,000 exclusive of the site and
furnishings, the latter being donated
by the people of Hailyeville, assisted
in a small degree by Hartshorne. It it
so modern and complete in equipmeu
as to be a veritable little city in it-
self. The large well lighted readlttf
room, well supplied with papers and
magazines will prove a delightful
place to pass an hour.
It has a large dining room, a well
appointed lunch counter, beds, tub
and shower baths.
Mr. Straw is secretary in charge.
A great many memberships have bee
taken already. Since Hartshorne
comes In on the same basis with
Haileyville there will doubtless be a
number who will enroll from here.
The following railway officials
were present for the occasion: A.
C Ridgeway, Chicago, vice-president;
C. W. Jones, Ft. Worth, general man-
ager; H. F. Reddig, division super-
intendent; L. F. Shedd, general safe-
ty supervisor; C. T. Ames, assituan
to Mr. Ridgeway; R. P. Dalton, sec-
retary to Mr. Ridgeway; R. L. Eck-
erday, assistant toMr. Jones.
The follow in Y. M. C. A. officials
were present from abroad: John H.
Moore, New York, general interna
tiocal secretary of the railway Y. M.
C. A.; A. G. Knebel, Chicago, inter-
national secretary of the Railway \.
M. C. A.; S. W. Moore, secretary of
the Frisco Y. M. C. A. at Sapulpa;
F. A. Garrison, Oklahoma City, state
secretary of the Y. M. C. A.; William
Busby, McAlester, member of state
executive committee of Y. M. C. A.;
Charles R. Parsons, secretary of the
railway Y. M. C. A. at Kansas City;
W. N. Northcott, secretary of the
Metropolitan railway Y. M. C. A. at
Chicago; E. A. Steel, secretary of
the railway Y. M. C. A. at Texarkana
T. D. Tyler, assistant railway secre-
tary at St. Louis; Mr. Congdon, as-
sistant field secretary for Arkansas
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!Brains applied to
Every now and then some-
thing big happens that snaps men up onto
Just two years ago the oldest clothing maker in the
country decided to focus the whole force of his organi-
zation upon the production of a thoroughly good suit of
clothes for the average American man. All-wool fabrics
were specially selected, hand-tailoring
and expert workmanship were includ-
ed in the coat—even the buttonholes
were hand-made. It was found that
this high-grade suit of clothes could
be sold for the low price of $17—
based on volume output.
CLOTHES $17 are sought out in
preference to many clothes selling as
high as $25—the popularity is country
wide. We are sole distributors here.
Try a suit this spring*
Next Door to Ti action Company Office
THE FIRST STATE BANK OF
CAPITAL, $20,000.00 SURPLUS, $4,000.00
C. S. WINGATE, President J. H. BAKER. Vice-Pres.
B. C. SIMS, Cashier.
c S WINGATE. J. H. BAKER, B. C. SIMS, M. S. AUSTIN
G. A. RIEDT, JAS. M. GRADY.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 154.
Art You Constipated?
If so, get a box of Dr. King's Ne^
Life Pills, take them regularly ami
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver, improve
your digestion and get rid of all the
poisons from your system. They will
surely get you well again. 25c at Tt*
City Drug Store.
Curat iii Sim, Itftar immh vm'i i mi
The worit cases, no matter of bow lone Standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relit vea
Pain and Heals at tbe mom ua* 8c, He, %XMk
AN ORDINANCE FIXING AN D.REG
ULATING THE SALARIES OF THE
MAYOR, CITY CLERK, CITY AT-
TORNEY, POLICE JUDGE, CITY
TREASURER, CITY MARSHAL,
STREET COMMISSIONER, AND AL-
DERMEN OF THE CITY.OF HARTS
HORNE, PITTSBURG COUNTY, OK-
Be It ordained by the Mayor and
City Council of the City of Hartshorne
Pittsburg County; Oklahoma.
Sec. 1. That the salaries of the
mayor, city clerk, city attorney, poll*:
judge, city treasurer, city marshal,
street commissioner, and aldermen oi
said city, are hereby fixed to be and
shall hereafter be as follows, to-wit:
The mayor shall receive the sum of
$120.00 pel °nnum, payable in monthly
installments if so requested; the
city clerk shall receive the sum of
$60.00 per month as city clerk, pay-
able from the salary fund and the
sum oi $25.00 per month as water
commissioner, same to be paid out of
tike water fund; the city attorney
shall receive the sum of $25.00 per
month and fees as follows: All cases
before the police Judge where a plea
of guilty is entered the sum of $2-00,
and where a plea of not guilty is en-
tered and conviction is had, the sum
of $5.00 In all cases, however, to be
paid by the defendant and never by
the city. In all civil cases where the
city it plaintiff, the attorney shall
receive 10 per cent of first $500.00
received, 5 per cent of next $500.00
received and 3 per cent on all In ex-
cess of $1000.00, and In all civil cases
where the city Is defendant the at
torney shall receive such fees as the
council may allow. In all cases ap-
pealed from the Police Judge, the at-
torney shall receive all fines collect-
ed up to $26.00. Tbe police judge
shall receive the sum of $15.00 per
month and shall retain the fees col-
lected as provided for that office In
each case coming before him. The
city treasurer shall receive the sum
of $15.00 per mouth, payable monthly
the city marshal shall receive the bu
of $00.00 per month payable monthly
and fees as provided for that office
in cases before Police Judge; the
street commissioner shall receive the
sum of $2.00 per day while actually
at work on the streets; the aldermen
shall receive the sum of $2.60 per
meeting for each meeting attended,
provided that they shall not receive
more than $50.00 per year.
Sec. 2. That this ordinance shall
in no wise change, repeal or modify
any ordinance or ordinances now in
force In the City of Hartshorne per-
taining to the duties of any of the
officers or amount of salaries or fees
or other remuneration except as to
the officer's salaries or,fees as pro-
vided in section one (1) hereof.
Sec. 3. That this ordinance shall
not change the salaries of any of
the present officers incumbent for
the term of office which they are
Sec. 4. That all ordinances or part
of ordinances In conflict with any of
the provisions of this ordinance be
and the same are hereby expressly re-
Sec. 5. EMERGENCY—An emergen-
cy is hereby declared to exist whereof
it is necessary for the immediate pre-
servation of the public peace and
safety that this ordinance take effect
upon its passage, approval and pub-
lication, and therefore this ordinance
shall take effect and be in full force
and effect immediately from and after
its passage approval and publication.
Passed and approved by the mayor
and city council, while in regular ses-
sion at the city hall In the City of
Hartshorne, Pittsburg County, Okla-
homa, this the 10th day of March,
R. V. DeGROFF, Acting Mayor.
Austin Bryant, City Clerk.
Published In the Hartshorne Sun
this 13th day of March, 1913.
T. W. Hunter, Publisher
FUEL FOR AUTOMOBILE8.
The Society of Automobile Engin-
eers is discussing the great problem
of fuel—especially with the Idea of
j producing a carburetor that will
, make it possible to substitute kero-
I sunt for gasoline. Gasoline Is becom-
, ing too expensive.
i Alcohol, too, is a promising pos-
sibility. And alcohol can't be "oar-
i tiered" by monopolies, because any-
body can make alcohol on a small
scale, with a plant costing only a
fsw hundred dollars.
Kerosene is already avllable for
the steam automobiles If mixed half
and half with gasoline. Without doubt
a burner could be made that would
take kerosene alone.
C08T OF COAL IN HUMAN LIFE.
More than 1,000 men and boys lost
their lives in the coal mines of-Penn-
sylvania in 1912. So says the an-
nual report of the Bureau of Mines,
Just issued. As Pennsylvania produces
about one-half t he coal mined in ti i
United States, It it presumed that
the total cost of ccal, in human lives,
is about 2,000 a year.
The total production of coal in
Pennsylvania for the year was over
245,000,000 tons; so that one life was
sacrificed for each 245,000 tons.
Shawnee Chief Is the brand of
flour that makes the nice fluffy bis-
cuits. Prude sells it.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
PruKK'sts refund money if it fails to cure.
E, W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 'Xc.
Field and garden seed in bulk at
The First National
Invites you to call and examine
its new safety deposit vault, fitted
up in the latest design of s&iety de-
posit boxes made. These boxes rent
for $2.00 per year and may l?e the
means of saving you a lot of money
a.nd worry. Come and sec them.
Your valuable papers will be abso-
lutely secure from damage or des-
truction if you secure a safety # de-
posit box.. Start the new year right.
The First National Bank
Sam L. Morley T. M. Vaughn
N. E. Tuell Thos. Hyde
A. R. Duca J. B. Hefley
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Hunter, T. W. The Hartshorne Sun. (Hartshorne, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 13, 1913, newspaper, March 13, 1913; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc151962/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.