The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 16, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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New and complete line of
groceries at Hoovers.
Fresh meat and Ice always
hand at Toler's butcher shop.
Broom corn seed for sale
Long's grocery store.
Full line of dishes at the Hallett
All kind of fresh groceries at J.
New goods arriving every day at
the Hallett Merc. Co.
When you want anything in the
grocery line call on J. W. Long.
All kind of fresh meat at the
Toler Meat Market.
New line of Superb brand ready
made clothing at the Hallett Mer
T. L. Rogers spent Thursday it
Pawnee on business.
J. F. Gilhulen is in Oklahoma
City for a few days.
E. M. Lewis is back after a visit
to Anniston, Chicago, St. Louis
and other points.
Call at J. W. Long's when you
want a good smoke. He carries a
full line of R. B. Cigars.
Don't forget the pie supper at
the Christian Church Thursday
night the 2ist.
C. R. Miller and O. S. Hollis
of Cleveland weie pleasant callers
in Hallett this week.
You had better bring your butter
and eggs to Hallett and get the
highest market price for them.
Mrs. Fred Smith of Lela was
here this week visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kendall.
J. C. Synnamon of Kansas City
was a caller in Hallett this week.
He represents the Smith Premier
J. H. Snider who has beeu in
Kentucky visiting for the past
three weeks returned home Thurs-
Mrs. Jim Pease of Oklahoma
City was in Hallett this week the
guest of her sister, Miss May Hus-
Pharis Oliver and John McDon-
ald are home 011 a visit from the
Capital City Business College at
John B. Grieves of Park Falls,
Wisconsin, is here looking after
hisod interests. It will be remenv
bered that Mr. Grieves drilled the
C. C. Canfield of Blackburn was
in Hallett Wednesday. Mr. Can-
Held took a great interest in the
Pawnee County Fair at Hallett last
year and made quite a few fine ex-
Mrs. Crista Garvas of Tulsa was
the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Wright, this week. Mrs. Garvas
owns six lots in Hallett and will
put up a building and run a first
class resturaunt here.
Misses Vera Clinite and Mabel
Meeds of Cleveland were guests of
Miss Marie Daboling Saturday and
Sunday. They made the Herald
office a very pleasant call while in
O. E. Smith of AvOn, South Da-
kato, who has been here visiting re-
turned home last week. He says
he will be in Hallett by next fall as
he intends to spend the remainder
of his winters in "Sunny Okla
The Hallett Equalization Board
will meet the third Monday in this
month, April 18, 1910. All per-
sons who have anything to present
to the board will please be present.
Schedule of Trains.
Arrival and Dep-
arture op M. K. & T.
No. 21 arrives. 3:24 a. m.
No. 25 arrives 1:40 p. m.
No. 561 Local Freight 8:15 a. m.
No. 26 arrives. 2:02 p. m.
No. 22 arrives. 9'tf P« m
No. 562 Local Freight 2:45 p. m.
Eddyville Prince will make the
season of 1910 as follows: M011
day and Tuesday at Terlton; Wed-
nesday and Thursday at Hallett;
Friday at Jennings.
Eddyvile Prince—Is a Percl
eron Stallion, five years old. Is
dark bay 17J4 hands heigh; wt.
1,800; has heavy flat bone and good
action. Pronounced by everybody
to be the best horse ever in the
countiy. He is recorded in the
Percheron Society of America.
His record number is 43141.
Terms—$15 to insure colt to stand
and suck. Care will be taken to
prevent accidents, but will not be
responsible should any occur.
I do hereby covenant and
agree with said J. C. Curtess that in
case of default made in payment of
the said sum of money or in case of
my attempt to remove from said
country Okl t. the said mare and colt
he, or his agent may take immediate
possession of said mare and colt,
the possession of these presents be-
ing his sufficient authority therfore.
and may sell the same at public or
private sale and, after satisfying the
aforesaid debt and interest thereon
and all necessary and leasonable
costs, charges and expenses encured
in keeping, advertising and selling
said property, together with an at-
torney's fee of $15 any remaining
sum shall be paid to said party of
the second part. But, should said
mare prove not in foal by this or
subsequent service of said horse this
agreement shall be null and void."
J. C. CURTESS, Owner.
Phone D—51 Jenning, Oklahoma
Arrival and Departure op
ST. L. &S. F. TRAINS.
No. 612 arrives.. 10:52 a. 1
No. 610 arrives. 6:56 p. m.
No. 613 arrives. 9:13 a. m.
No. 611 arrives. 4:I7 P* m'
W. D. Caldwell
G. O. Shepherd
FIRST STATE BANK
Capital $10,000.00 Paid Up
WATCH US GROW
This is a home Bank owned by home
people and our policy is courtesy to all.
We especially hold ourselves in readiness
to assist all good enterprises and people
who have interests of Hallett and com-
munity at heart. Come and see us if you
want something and if you are worthy
we will help you. Bring us your de-
posits while you have them and when
you need money dont hesitate to speak
G. O. Shepherd, Cashier
W. B. Hussey
Land Agent and General Real
Estate Dealer. Taxes Paid for
Hallett - - - Okla.
James Armstrong, Proprietor
Horseshoeing, Wagon Work,
Plows and Farm Machin-
Bring your work to me.
Hallett • • Okla
HALLETT - MERCANTILE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR
POULTRY, BOGS AND BUTTER.
Exclusive Agent for Star Brand Shoes,
Our Motto: Nothing too Good for our Customers.
V. W. Wilcox
Report of the condition of the
First State Bank at Hallett, Okla-
homa, in the State of Oklahoma,
at the close of business 29th day of
Loans and Discounts. . .$11,642.05
Overdrafts, secured and
Banking House $ 1,958 90
Furniture and Fixtures.. .$1373 25
Due from Banks $5,387.78
Expences, less Undivided
Cash in Bank $1,724.87
ullder and Gontrctor
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on applica-
tion. Satisfaction pos-
J. W. Long
Dealer in Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Flour, Feed and provision. Highest
market price for Country Produce.
Dr J Watkins
Physician and Surgeon
Capital Stock Paid In. ,$10,000.00
Individual Deposits Sub-
ject to Check $12,118.25
Time Certificates of De-
Cashier's Checks Outstand-
There will be a meeting of the
directors of the Pawnee County
Fair Association in Hallett Satur-
day, April 23, 1910. All director*
ure urged to be present.
Erwin Cox, vice-president.
State of Oklahoma, County of
I, G. O. Shepherd, Cashier of
the above named Bank, do sol-
emnly swear that the above state-
ment is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief, so help me
God. G. O. Shepherd, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 4th day of April, 1910.
W. B. Hussey,
(seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Aug. 20,
Erwin Cox 1 Direc-
Jaines Butchcr J tors
The Hallett Produce Co.
B. L. Gillaspie, Mgr.
Buy and sell all kinds of
Produce. Poultry and eggs
a Specialty, hides, woo,
ducks and geese.
To My Friends.
Hallett Herald:—You will please
place on the columns of your paper
foi the benefit of Hallett and those
to whom it may concern.
I will say to you 1 have just com-
pleted a piece of work that has cost
me many years of mental brain lab-
or on one continual line of thought,
Peipetual Motion, in all its simplic-
ity. Many times I have fallen
down on this piece of work com-
pletely baffled, but never dis-
couraged, I have risen up again and
tried it over for I knew I must com-
plete this piece of work. For there
is nothing impossible w hen it's hand-
ed down from a living God to living
humanity this has been the height of
my ambition to complete this piece
of work and 1 have done it, thank
God. Although some of the most
brainy and brightest minds of the
past and present time have said, it
must be a failure and an impossi-
bility and some of the most skilled
machinists and scientific inventors
have fallen down on this work and
some of them are in the asylum
and some are still working at it.
I will state here, 1 will place this
movement in a watch and it will run
it and keep perfect time and it will
run any kind of machineiy large or
small. This movement weighs 8
pounds and will do as much work
as anything in the line of steam or
electricity for its size and its weight.
I am very truly vours of Hallett
Jaincs Frances Gilhulen.
Everything Newly Furnished. Nice Rooms, Clean Beds.
Special Attention to
the Traveling Public.
%ra. frank 2ileadowtt ffrep.
J. A. RobisOn
Dry Goods and Groceries
HALLETT - OKLA
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Mason, J. E. The Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 11, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 16, 1910, newspaper, April 16, 1910; Hallett, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180233/m1/3/: accessed December 8, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.