Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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Hallett, Pawnee Gounty, Oklahoma, Thursday, January 25 1017
Patronize the merchants that ad-
If vmi know a news local tell ui oi
A. F. Mo wry was u business vis-
itor in t ulsa Monday*
11. I.. Stafford and wite wen
Maramec visitors Sunday.
We can print your nle bills am'
do it satisfactorily. Give us t n or-
f. C. McGwin w« a visitor tc<
(he coun'y seat on legal business
NV. It. Calhoun was out of school
icv -n! day* last week on account
C. A. Armstrong, the cattle mai .
through Hallct Sunday will
Old papers at the Herald office.
ia cents per loo or 5 cents for n
bundle of 25.
John I)odd3, one of Pawnee Co's
p >-peroi s farmers, bought a fievs
Ford cai the other day,
!rs, Annie Meadows was calld
• Pawnee Tuesday on account ol
r illness of her sister,
F. T. Craig,>1*1 tombstone man.
k* Pawnee, was here Monday dninp
ne Work at the cemetery.
Ever Eat at the
Best Meals in Town for
:• Only 25c <
Vlri. L. B. SVtEr, Proprietor.
Mr. at.d Mr*. B. F. Larimort vi<*
^Snuday v\ith Mrs. Larimure's
lOthtr, Mr«, S, P. Hinslmw,
Mr- and Mrs. Rmmrtt McElroy.
^ppcr at the New je"ctuu
The Greatest Amusement Yet
In the Cox Building
Every Wednesday and Friday
Come and Have the Ti ne of Your Life
Lecture at Christian Church.
St::tc Hotel Saturday evening.
>ho Nei/'ibors went to Oklal.o
City Monday alter several da)8
- t with his mother at this place
Farmers, who are not subscribe) *f
nrciuYited to come and get a sample
: 'Py nf the Herald; it will cost jou
Mrs. Vanice Kinley, formerly
r«i;r, Anthony, wli: taught echool
.«t H'gh Grove Inst K'ir was in our
Oui hotels and all the room in
town are occupied l y the oil, pipe
and telephone men, whs are putting
!r lie li.ias between Vale and Osage.
Mr. Slelgh n aker, tupcriut'uden! i
of the oil telephone- lii e# has - vcurci! 1
rooms at the fcdwin Co* home fotj
lijlit housekeeping during bis tay |
Mr, and Mr«. Cash Marple wen: |
to Sapulpa u visil their daughter, I
Mr?, C. Shappard, ami mi- Ui« i«,-
t!e grandson who had just arrmd
t that home.
R. F. Ilollnook, who has just
finished the enumerit'114 of No. 3
Consolidated school district, repot ti
235 °f fcc'1 Vei nn increase of 55
from Inst year.
Mrs. Ci. A. Martin anil daughter,
Mrs. D. U. Dodds went to Okla-
|i" na City last Friday for visit
> ith relatives, Mrs D< d.ls returning
Sunday while Mrs Martin remained
I it another week's visit.
Claude D'mg'as and si-ter, Mist
Ins, were delightfully entertained
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs Sirah 11 trishaw. We will have
(0 give it Glenn,# lie's some enter-
Ckdl. «-• >' i ir, bud i rt( n gone with
Ann' R!r> t. the gni ilen to weed, anil
aaii iis!ed t*io names of the different
wct dn, an I vns told that due was
IfAi'Yh quart its. Several days later he
went to the gnrdvu for lettuce, and
tailed cxcUedly: "Oh, come quick,
Ami* Kll. e; here Is fcorue lamb's
Prof, Guy Moore Principal of
the Jennings High SchroL will de-
liver a ecture on "The Humor and
Philosophy of American Poetry,"
•itthe Christian church in lla^htt,
^wturdav rvemv>_', Jan. 27. 1917.
consists of "selections
from Dunbar, Foss, n<loiai<y
other promiuen: American write1 s
This lecture 1* to be given under
the auspices of the Chiistinn Sun*
day school. Come and bring your
frienda. Admission 10 and 20cents.
The Ha!'ett Herald $1 per year,
This is repottkd b one of Hal
left's bus ii. 'S men as being an act-
o;d expei ience y* about a week ago,
A mother wtrs talking to he' tv\o
ony*, whose t* pective ages ate
t vrlve and ffve. Dickie is twe w
mid Sarnie five
Mother: "Dickie, how would
you like to owiwa new Foul cm ?'
W hereupon Dickie's reply wa^
rather slow; little Semie spoke up
and said: "Mfcybe, when they get
down to one dollar papa will get
Obesity ls«i 1
Tlie fat Jobs so* it;
The Laborer is Worthy of
House Bill No. S> by Hodges ol
An Ad providing an amendment
to Section 1, Chapter 26S. of ti t
Srsnon Laws of 191 ^ relating to tht
cionpensatioii ot election officer-,
and declatirg an emergency.
He it enacted by the people of tlx
State of OklMhtiiuu,
Seciion 1. Thai Section 1 Chap
v :(>8 < t tlie Ses iuu Laws ot 19
« rei>v amended to I'eail us f«>
•Si'ct'um 1, That compeiisatioi
if hII election ofticers acting iu ai <
tut election precinct* of countiea ii
the State of s>hnll be n
follows, tow it: The inspectors <1
election shall be allowed the sum <
tnvee dollais rnd filtv cent" ($3.S"
for each «hi\ s service in holding em
election and two dollars ami fill;
rents (^2.^°) Per ,'11) *,u' ,rn rn 1
mii'c ei'di v\t«y in going to ti
.-utility kent for 'he election supplic
mil hooka and letiiriiing the sail •
t ie election board. The judg
and clerks of such election shall it-
jeive the sum of three dollars atu
fifty cents ($3 5^) e*cb for the.i
rrvices in holding such election
/nutters shall be allowed the sun
>f three dollars ($3.00) each t«
i"hlitig each election. The abi \
ee shall he allowed for setvn't
rendered in all general, special ai «
irimaiy elections heli' within au<
tor such precints.
Section 2. For the preservatu 1
>t the public peace, health nit'
!eU', an einergency is hereby < «
land to exui, by reason wheic
tiiis act shiili inke effect fiom nih
titer its passiige and approval.
"Do you believe In ptatontc frlonn
liip?" "Well, not altogether. M> pti
mial opluton is that I'll believe 11101
11 platonie friendship If It were e:n
led ou with the full knowledge an
•onsent of the buaband of the one in-
he wife of the other."—Detroit f'i
iSavv sincc another spell of winter weather i- here
We have a nice line of
Biankets, Plenty of Cotton Bottom
for Quilis, Winter Union Suits, Good
Heavy Work Coats, a few Leather
High Top Boots, a new assortment of
Wool Socks, anything Warm in the
Dry Goods Line
and anything you care lo eat to KEEP warm in our
All Highest Quality at Lowest Pricet
Hallett Merc. Co.
Hennessey and associates pre
drilling close t<> 400 fret in the test
on the L°"K farm, in section 16-21 7.
The Uncle Sam Oil company is
tliillmg at 2.56^ feel in ihe test on
the Armstrong t om, in section 17*21
The Quaker Oil £ Gast Co. is
drillng at 1.275 feel in the test cn
ti e 'Jiovhi f.om. in section 12*21-6.
The Prailie Oil & Gas Co. hns
made locations tor N"** 3 ,nu' 4 on
ue Hoaick faun, m section 21-21-7.
To Put An hnd to Autcmo*
llou«e Bill No 120 b) Fitzgerald of
An Act providing for the registra*
ion of the huy«-ts ol gasoline in ti e
Mate of Oklahoma.
St ction 1. TI ui ill gasoline deal*
ms nlid Selleis it (| 1 S| le of (jkla
t >11111 shad iigi tei 1 lie nan e, ad>
Iress, make i.nd numl ei ot imi ; nd
iinount of gasoline sold to each : nd
vety person and anv dealer who vio*
I tes any of ti e terms pi provisions
• f tms act sltull be fined not less
mm t*enty.fi\c dollars npr more
nan one bundled dollars, and for a
s cond of ft ice ►hall be imprisoned
1 th«- county jail lor tbirt) ilajs.
Were Y ou 1 here?
If not, jou nnm'd a great trent,
01 eveiy one that was theie appear*
«l lobe having mi excellent time,^
>0 if )ou w«■ re not there you should
ii .1 fail to tie present next Fiidny
The largest crowd ti nt has evel
b en pusent attended the skating
Wednesday ni^hl. thete being abont
sixty pair* of skates in use. Ycung
folio from se\eral of the neighbor,
id^ towns were in attendance.
It m not necessary to say that
nany (if jrhem will be regulni st-
lem'.ants lo the greatest ainnsement
oid pastime id the young people of
Hallett and vicinity. l>on't forget,
ev ry Wednesday and Friday night,
'nine, and see for yourself.
When tne "Air-God" Bug Bites
ii.«rn nre three tnajn factors in flj«
-tliH rnun, the machine and the at-
n i"r< . Th'-orrtlenlly, man nn<J
chino arc supposinl to bo solit out In
. iTcci or. 1 cr. rcudy to take the air
^ they tiinl !t. Thoto are days, of
•mir-' •, when ,v« \t s:ro 'SiT," your ran-
hine "cranky," and tho tor ull
lu'lghts" and "hollows," and at such
line- them Is pretty sur<! to be a
•Unuiy passage," If nothing worse,
U«tnl'v. however, lta u ruiily fit nam
iud lauchine u. :;i -t Indlffvrout sir,
But one*1 or iv !■ t> a yenr t!i«*rv eoines
a period, like of h.te l1* hours, when
the air Is almost absolutely "homo
genoouv," and then, with his engluos
running "sweet," the man has spells
of fancying himself an "air god" |q
fact as well ns in nnnip. and acts ac*
oordln^ly—Invariably either to his own
or his enemy's sorrow.—Lewis It.
Freeman in Atlantic.
Superstitions of Japan.
In Jnpnn the nursery Is still pro-
tected from the Inroads of measlei
nnd other Infections by means of an
Inscription over the nursery door stat-
ing with exquisite urbanity "this
child Is not at home." In the WHI-
come Historical Medical Museum, says
the London Lnnret. a mo*r fosrln-iting
exhibition Is on view. Illustrative of
"Japanese charms, amulets, votive of
fcrlnga, nnd objects of medical Inter-
est," among which tbeso nursery
notices occupy an Important place.
Akin to these notices nre the charms
embodied ns toys. A yellow tiger with
n warning head Is now said to he a
toy, bnt anciently It wns a form of
exorcism against palsy and numbness
of tho limbs.
9cm« Seem to Think 80.
Then, again, to i.liritse It it llttb
differently, aleoVd and gasoline wolft
mix well lit tlfe k.iihc tank.
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Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1917, newspaper, January 25, 1917; Hallett, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180780/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.