Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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hallett, Pawnee Gounty, Oklahoma, Thursday, May 31 1917
Bought a Home
It is with considerable pleasu.e
we Announce to our patrons that we
have bought lot one in block >eveu
of Hallett, for the permanent home
of the Herald, and will tno\e the
jilnnt into it* new borne as
toon as possible, where we expect
to add several hundred dollars of
equipment to the plant, nnd ti u-
place the property in condition to
handle all kinds of work that the
>:st c ountry shops are supposed to
handle, with promptness hihI
accuracy. We understand the
Herald was fiM published in the
ame building, and therefore we
will lie getting the business back to
its original birth place for a per.
manent home, where we hope it
may prosper and develope along
with the t'.-vvn to splendid pro-
portions in due time.
Miss Ruth Shrpbnrd and W. K.
Calhoun drove down from Cleve-
land Wednesday to gi t some go d
ild water ~im Hou, the kind that |
Mother has on ice. dout you know.
Mrs. William Taylor was in
tow 11 Sxtuiday in the interests of
Decoration Day to be held in
The Fiend auj English, have
not pushed t'.ieii effotts on the
French line# to any extent during
the past week, but the Itali ans have
spuing 1 furious drive against th
Aastrians on their battle front, and
are sweeping everything before
tbrpi and have captured about 3O.
000 prisoners, and are sti'l drive-
ing the Amnionsout of their po-
sitions along the entiie line of hat*
t'e line, and the Russians are
reforted as ready to start a power-
ful drive against the Turks, and
theirN Allies on the eastern front
where Germany has withdrawn
their best tro ps to try to stop the
advance of the French and Englisn
on the western front, leaving this
part of their eastern lines week,
depending 011 the demoralized con-
dition of the Rimi ni Ooverineut to
hold their expected drive back for
several weeks yet, and their is like-
ly to be some interesting evei.ts
occuring on tfcir front in the neai
Mni\ing scythes, nnd lawn injw-
ers at A. J Da'voling's.
R. S. Co'e was in Hallett look-
ing after leg i! business Tuesday,
The lobby ktpt it wasbingtin b\
the brewers nnd disaillers t:ust to
look after the liquor inteiests, have
so far succeede d-in Irl >cMng even
effot;t made to stop the destroying
of food graidi and other comodit-
The loss of hips from sudmiu
enes growas le cach week when
it whs expn'ed ! \ Geimaie\ they
wouM be iae ci* g their deptruct- .
I les in tnanufiictureing liquors,
nit. rheir is nidey one c >nr Itision . ..
. . . More than one hundred millions
to be drawn from tins condition, , , , . , ,
.. . . . . , bushels of gram is thus worse than
.dtho their is no information I eing
given out in any way to account for
it, That is, the submarenes have
met with tome effective check to
their operations, but what it is
or how it has occnred is not bring
wasted each rear, and in view ol
the hungry millions looking t<
America for food, it is wo'se than
n ciime against humanity, to waste
this grain in this way- The man-
ufactuse of evety kind of liquor
should beeniirehy stopped during
We ane glad to fee Mis. Geo. j the war and is l< .g as possibh
Martin again atle to be around, | afterwards, until we can secure
she has been sick for some time. national prohibition.
The Hallett Herald $1 per year
Remember June ane fifth is the
day t'> register.
Old papers at the Herald office,
20 cents per loo or 5 cents for a
bundle of 25.
Mowing scythes, and lawn mow-
ers at A. J. Daboling's.
The J. 11. Vnuhoy house has
been rented to some oil field par-
William Carter of Cleveland
was looking the o I fields around
Lots of shoes at old time pi ices,
«t I (allen Mercantile Co
Smiles, Frowns, Comment
The best mowing
the lowest cost, at A.
A' F. Mowry
has rented the J.
advises that he
house to an oil man,
learn the name.
| PURE DRUGS '
ra Everything in the Line of Drugs
and Drug Sundries
Perscriptions Accurately Filled
HALLETT DRUG CO.
Dr. R K Ctlhnun, Mgr.
Vein Vanhoy and wile of Jen-
nings were m Hallett Tuesday
AH kinds of Mowihg machines,
tor all kinds of work, at A. J.
Lots of shoes at old time pi ices,
at Hallett Mercantile C o.
Mrs, J. A Robiion ol Cleveland
was in Hallett Tuesday.
\\ W. Wilcox and R. G. Pilzei
were transacting business in Cleve-
land Saturday .
Di eiing, and McCoimick. mow-
er. at J, A, Daboling's.
|. C. McGuinn and W. R.
Calhoun were in Piyoi, O'da,
last Saturday ti. nsactmg business.
u. l-0l1g and W. A. McCabe
were transacting basinets in (lleve-
laud Satin day.
Lots of shoes at old time price*,
it Hallett Mero utile Co.
Every one of the requi ed age
mu"t register, reguardless of con-
diiii n or situati 11 If you cannot go
in person you must soud some one
for you 10 grt your certificate and
fill it out and send it in according
to the regulations.
The penalty for failura to reg*
ister 011 June the fifth is one year
in prison. No ore of the requited
age is exempt, every one must ieg-
ister in person if possible, and by
ptoxy if it is impotible for them
10 do so in peison.
Married or single, sound or de
A. J. Clark, of Humanville, Mo.
ariivcd in Hallett Thursday in
rearch of bis daughter Mrs.
Connor. Mr. Clark ia an old time
resident of Hallett and his many
fiiencts will be glad to see him.
We notice a large shipment; of
mowing machines, lawn mowers
and weed scythe*, have arrived at
A. J. Daboling's ready for the bay
makeing, and weed cutting. If in-
terested it will pay you to look
R . S. Cole has called a meet-
ing of the registsis of the different
precincts to meet him at Pawnee
Wednesday to give them the final
instructions, the hoys from Hallett
will not attend as they understand
the instructions thoroughly.
It is reported that J. G. Fain's
family will move to Stillwater the
first of the week, we will be sorry
to loose this family from our
A. E. Wharton and Hurry
Boten drove to Jennings' Monday
to look ovter the town,
Mri. Buchanon wh« has been
Ma\ing at the New State Hotel for
some time felt for the country
K?ep your yard nest, the best
lawn mowf.is at A. J. Daboling's,
America N rushing every resour-
ce to land a tou:e ol 100 000 troop-
in l'liioiv ready for active work
the front at the earliest date possi
able. Brazil has practicalley de.
declared war on Germany, .aid
Spain has almost reached the same
stage of procaine, Aigintiue and
Chili w ill line up with Brazil w hich
will make practiaUey all of South
America in line with the United
Strikes and riott aie becotmig
frequent wituin Genpeny, and the
mass of the people are becoming
•urbulent and may c«use seaiious
trouble for their Goverment at any
time, when a str ing pusi iility of
following ih* example of Pursia
and set up a ue.v form of Gover.
incut, and stop the war.
State of Oklahoma,
County of Pawnee,
In Justice Court, Before Peter
Storms, Justice of the Peace, in
and for Town ofTetlton District,
Jacob Walker, Plaintiff
Mrs. Susan Heady. Defendant.
Terlton State Bank ot Terlton,
Okla., a Corporation, Garnishee.
Above named defendant will
take notice that she has been sued
in the above entitled court, by-
plaintiff, for the sum nf $35 00 and
that the above named Garnishee
has been gatnisheed as being in-
debted to said defendant; that un-
less you appear and answer in said
court on or before the 25< h day of
June 1917, at the hour of 10 o'clock
A. M. at *he office of said jui'ice
of the peace in town of Terlton,
said County aiid the alle-
gations of plaintiff's pet. ion will
be taken as ttue and judgement will
be rendered against you us prayed,
and said garnishee will be required
to make answer and pay into this
court sufficient of the money's or
droperty in his hands, if any be in
its bauds belonging or owing to
you, to satisfy said judgement and
all costs of this suit end interests.
Dated this 21 day of May, 1917.
Jacob Walker, plaintiff.
Spudometers are the latest, to
keep track of the spuds.
The Evilt of Constipation
Constipation is one of the main
reasons the average human lite is
below 40 years. Leaving waste
material in the body poisons the
system and blood and makes us
liable to sick headaches, billioua-
ness, nervousness and muddy skill.
When you note these symptoms,
try Dr. King's New Life Pills
They give prompt relief, are mild,
non-griping in action, add tone to
your system and clear *Uie com-
plection. At your druggist, 25c
A complete stock of shelf and
heavy Hardware of the
BEST QUALITY AT
Garden Tools of all Kinds
E. n. PEGK
or idle, willing or not, evety otie of
| the required age most register on
]ime fifth, or get in bad with the
Ove> twenty one and under thirty j
one is the age given out to register!
j for the Goverment services on June'
| the fifth. Remember the date,
^ Never Neglect a Cold
jJN A t hi] aftei 1 athtaf, cooling 6ff
UJ I suddenly after exercise and drafts,
W give the cold germs a foot-hold that
jjj may lead to something worst,
py Keep Dr. King's New Discovery
pq on hand. This pleasant balsam
MJiiemedy allays intlimation, soothes
12 the cough and rep iir the tissue,
ffl'Belter be safe than sorry. Break
IN up the cold with Dr. . Kings New
Di'covery before it is too late,
At yo ir Diuggist, 5 >c $1.00
Clothing, Shoes, Dry
Goods Motions and
OF THE BEST QUALITY, LATEST STYLES
AND LOWEST PRICES
Go to the
Hallett Merc. Co.
Just Received a Car of Sun Gold
Flour and Feed
Farm Produce Wanted
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Hallett Herald. (Hallett, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 31, 1917, newspaper, May 31, 1917; Hallett, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180799/m1/1/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.