The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 9, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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Two wagon shops
Two transfer ami bus lines
Two livery stables
Three creamery agencies
Two hardware stores
Two express offices
Eight regular passenger trains a
lay, two locals carrying passengers
and about twenty scheduled trains a
More than 300 oil wells live miles
Six gas wells ttvc miles east
A rich.farming country
Baptist and Christian churches
Pawnee County Fair
Mirror lake of fifteen acre-
Fine well water
No malaria nor typhoid fever
Cotton Gin, twenty balecapldtv
Fine building stone
Fine stock country
Residences and more building
Complete local telephone system.
Pioneer telephone office
Rural telephone lines
Two telegraph office*
One produce house
Fine climate and seasons
No negroes nor knockers
Two coal dealers
One attorney at law
One newspaper and.printittg office
A Commercial Club. lion. L. N.
Kiinrev. President; I'.. R. Brown,
Hallett will soon have a bank
Lumber finishing plant
A larger general store
Gas pipe line
A stove factory
Two brick factories
Consolidated school system
Factories of all kinds
More stores and residences
Hallett will soon have ten regular
passenger trains daily.
Hallett is in
The fruit belt
The oil and gas belt
A fine stock country
A creamery, bank, furniture stoie.
larger general store
(if.OR<;n M. PETERSEN
SIGN AND HOUSE
P, pkk Hanging
WHEN VOl WANT A
sWELL SI IT IN FIT
STYLE AND COMFORT
Lkt Mk Takk Youk
Edward Boso 4 CO.
E K WATKINS
County rair at Hallett
25 Rough Riders 25 Out-Iawed Horses 25
And a Herd of Vicious Western Steers
Balloon Parachute Leap Each Day
At Hallett October 13 to 16.
liet ready (or the Swilll. An-Upeclacuhtr performance, here atlynn will find „mell.h.g very in-
,„al Enx it«m of the Pawnee Hallett ahwl.ttely free. | terming in the poultry eihtlnt at.
These Rough Riders were the 1 the county fair. It vmi want to see
Competition is the Life of
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COME AND SEE I S
1 E( K At COMPANY
big attraction at the G. A. R.
National Convention at Sj.lt Lake
City, August 10 to 15, this summer
and won prizes in all the contests.
Mrs. St. Clair rode each day of the
Fair and successfully defended the
the various products of Pawnee
county displayed to the very best j
advantage don't fail to come. ;
You will be surprised at the I
.creditable fruit exhibit that has been j
prepared f >1 this big show.
j There will be visi'ors fiom
| Kansas, Missouri, Texas. Arkan-j
Show, the Gieat Wild West Show, tacular ruling, roping and racing.
Sept. 15 to Oct. i^th.—
To Points in.—
New Mesii <1
For information ask the near-
est Frisco Agent or write
C. O. JACKSON,
Division Pasvenge, Agent;
Oklahoma City, Ok! 1.
that has been touring the east
Mr. Vernon St. Clan, famous
Rough Rider, his wife, Mrs.
Goldie St. Clair, Champion Lady
Rough Riiler < f the World, 20
riders, ropers and relay racers wiih
25 head of out-lawcd western horses
and a herd of vicious western
steers, will positively appear in the
arena with daring riding and lop-
ing each attei non Friday and Sat-
urday, October 15 and 16. Mi
Goldie St. Clair will appear on tin-
race tracks each afternoon during
the four days of the fair in races
and other contests.
Remember she is 'I he ChampToii
ti the World. She won thi>
championship at the Jamestown
Exposition in 1907 and has since
successfully delended it against all
'These famous Rough Riders
have been the chief attraction at
most of the big celebrations
throughout the east and west this
season where they have had the
admiration of vast throngs of en-
thusiastic spectators. It will be
The St. Clair and Wooden fami-
lies aie natives of Pawnee county,
the pride">1 every citizen who wel-
comes with pardonabje enthusiasm
the return of this home talent that
has won so much fame abroad.
The program committee will
spare no effort to secure the very
best attractions possible, such as
Balloon Ascension ami Parachute
Leap Daily, Rough Riders and
Roping by expert rulers. Planta-
tion Shows and Amusements ot all
kinds. Senator Gore, the noted
blind orator, has been invited to atl-
dress the big crowd Thursday fore'
noon at 10:30. Band Music all the
time by Best Cornet Band in East-
ern Oklahoma, the Jennings Silver
Cornet Band. The New Ellipti-
cal or Egg-shaped Race Track is
' now ready. It is sixty feet wide,
a half mile long and is strictly up
to all requirements. The best run-
County Fair Association to be held
it Hallett,-Oklahoma, October 13.
1*4, 15 and 16. Don't miss a day.
There will be something new for
every day of the fair to amuse and
instruct every member of the family.
Contract has been closed with
the St. Clair & Wooden Rough 1 Championship.
Riders Show that returned Septem-1 They were at the Cheyenne,
her IS from Boston and other east- Wyoming Fair, August 18 to 22, j sas, Illinois. Iowa. Alabama Geo,- .
em points where they have just Uitli their string of out-lawed buck- jgia and other states who wdl want
finished the season's engagement j ing horses and held the throng to see the fine stock, the farm pro-
with the Renowned 101 Ranch (spell bound with their daring spec-1 ducts and the flint exhibits.
' Get your exhibits here on rues-
day, October, 12 for entry. Call
on or write the secretary for a cony
of the premium list and rules.
Three good wells have been
drilled on the grounds and there
will be water in abundance for all
There will be stalls for all horses
ami cattle, pens and stalls will be
built for all hogs and sheep brought
to the fair for exhibition. Have no
fear of lack of facilities and com-
fort for your stock. It will have
the very best care possible.
To those who want space for
stands, booths and other conces-
sions. the committee advises to get
in your applications as early as pos-
sible, stating amount of space
wanted. For further information
write the secretary ot the Pawnee
County Fair Association at Hallett,
Come, bring your entire family
ICe arc agents
COI N TRY
or wiisrifcLD. kansas.
Gillaspio & Brown.
Everything new ami fresh in the
way of good things to eat at Gran-
All kinds,of first class blacksmith-
ing done at G. II Peck and Co",
The Seventh Annual County Fa;;
will be held at Hallett October 12.
it, 14, 15 ami 16. One day for
preparation and four day* of expo
Farm Loans, Abstracts And
tiers, pacers and trotteis to be had j and win the big premium for tin
' w ill be here tor the races every af- j largest family brought to thc^ fair
' iemoon dining the fair, from two I grounds. Write to the Secretary
to five o'clock. j for a premium list. Remember
If you want to -v fine stock ot j the dates, October 13, 14. 13 :,m'
all kinds come to the Fair at Hal- 16, 1909. Low rates on all trains
thusiastic -peuaio.s. .. > , / .1 1,
you, opportunity to witness their j lett. If you are a poultry fancier, to and from Hallett.
J. H. Bel I is
A Two- tani> Mu«kay Gw, Twhnty Balks I'm. Day Capacity
Market Prices For Cotton
Col E Walters
Farm and stock sales a
specialty. Phone at his
expense No 35 Blackburn
or SkeedeC "No 50 at Paw-
nee for dates. Write to
All Kinds of Gr.un. Dealers in Coal
rotation ol Mr
1 low —
All business intrusted to me will
receive prompt attention.
Pawnee - - Oklahoma
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Dnn't forget your trade ticket"
at Grantham Ac Long's. The tick
rts will buy a set nf China ware
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Mason, J. E. The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 42, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 9, 1909, newspaper, October 9, 1909; Hallett, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180185/m1/4/: accessed January 23, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.