The New State. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, July 17, 1908 Page: 3 of 10
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The New State
HAILEYVILLE, OKLA., JULY 17, 1908
Ola Harmon was over from
U. L. Roberts has been quite
ill for the past week.
VA Klliott of Lutie spent Sun-
ii" Monday in Haileyville.
s (4av Martin i- recovering
a light attaet ot malarial
Mrs N- T. Hughes returned j
yesterday afternoon from a visit
J A Elliott attended court as
a witness in McAlester yester-
day and today.
Miss Ethel Biggers, who had
been visiting at C. N. Martins,
returned Monday to her home at
W. W. Whittington, superin-
tendent. of the Choctaw division
,,f the Rock; island, spent sev-
eral hours in the city today.
Mrs. Snodgrass and daughter,
Miss Anzie, of Oklahoma City,
visited in the city yesterday, the
guests of Mrs. Ed Cowan.
Mrs .J F. Elliott and daugh-
ter Miss Mary Katherine. will j
depart Sunday for Yoiingstown I
Ohio, where they will spend the|
remainder of the summer.
I). J. Morris' drug store front
has been improved by being ie-
painted. The Morris residence,
is also receiving a new coat ot |
paint, Al Harris is doing the!
Mrs. Oeo. E Parkei went lo
Wister vesterday in response to
a telegram that her brother,
Melander Mitchell, had met with
an accident it. which he received |
a broken leg.
Oscar Briscoe yesterday moved
his bakery to the brick oven on
West First street and he is now-
better prepared than ever to give
his many customers prompt and
satisfactory service. <
On Wednesday, July 22, the1;
Baptist ladies will serve dinner i j
and supper in one of the vacant' ;
store buildings in the business
section. Ice cream will be served
all day. The proceeds will be
devoted towards liquidating the
Mr. R. L. Lavender of McAl \
ester and Miss Cora Flower of j
this city surprised their many
friends by being quietly mar-,
ried at the home of the bride on
Julv 15th at 2:30 p. m. by Rev
Eubanks of McAlester. They
left immediately after the cere-
mony for Hot Springs, Eureka I
and Kansas City. 1 hey will bei
home to their friends after Au-
gust loth at their home in Mc-
Wavman Brown, an old-time
citizen of Haileyville but now of
i Fayetteville, Ark., was looking
! after his real estate interests
| here Wednesday. He said that
he had recently visited many
towns in Oklahoma and Arkansas
and that Haileyville was the best
town of them all.
JOHN TONTZ, Propr.
Served Day and Night.
From 12 to 2 o'clock Daily.
Everything up-t<>-dale. Prompt
and polite ntttMition.
Main St., op. Passenger Depot
iSuccessoi to Gates Hoteh
r w. THOMPSON, Propr.
Neat cheerful, irv rooms. I l>le l«re
* ,|,e l.eht the market nffonls. We intend
to make this a hotel a i.leasaut home
for all our patron-. One block from
Hailey avenue and First stieet.
:; Summer Excursions
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: Colorado \
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Great Lakes and Canad- ♦
ian Resorts ♦
New England and South ^
eastern Summer Resorts |
California and the North ♦
Pacific Coast ♦
Very Low Rates ♦
Handsomely .illii8trat<!(J booklets. I
deseriptive'of Colorado, CalifooniM *
and Northern and Eastern Sum ♦
nier Resorts free on request.
J. S. MsNALLY.
Division Passenger Airent,
Oklahoma City, Okla
GEO. H. LEE,
General Passenger Agent.
Little Rock, Ark
R (iianbury, who had
nployed in (V t' Ander
ewelv establishment for
st six wei'ks. departed
ay f< r t )klahonia ('it v.
it ion is called to the ad
nent ot the Thompson
successor to the (i.ites
which appears in this
The New State Mr
ion, the courteous and
; landlord. has had
if t he hoi el tml v a short
t under his management
the place has homme one of the
most popular hotels in the cit\
Mrs I'at 1'iuston and daugh
ters, Mrs Warren and Miss
Ruth, of McAlester, visited in
Haileyville W liu <sdav with
their friend, Mrs U W Kernell
S A. (iambic ot (ireenville,
lcxas, a conductor on t lie lex as
Midland lailroad. while en route
east stopped in Haileyville
Wednesday and spent the dav
\ isiting with Ins old friend 11
Had you ever thought how easy it is to
pay an account w th a CHECK? You
don't have any trouble makin chan e,
You can carry your check book with you
and even if it should be lost, your
MONEY will stiil be safe in the BANK.
Your bank book and cancelled checks
are returned to you each month and
you have a receipt that cannot be dis-
puted Start an account now We offer
all the protection any Bank can offer.
3ANK OF HAILEYVILLE.
D. M Hailey, Pres E R. Jolly, Cashier.
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Fruits and Vegetables in Season
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