The Haileyville Signal (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1917 Page: 1 of 4
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LET THE SIGAL
AND TOOT FOk YOU
The Haileyville Signal
NEAT JOB PRINTING
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HAILEYVILLE, PITTSBURG COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, JULY 13, 1917.
FROM OKLAHOMA STATUE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE
HAVE you ever noticed the lack of
comfortable chairs in some homes t
Doesn't it always make you feel that you are
not a very welcome guest in such places ?
Make Your Guests
Good, big morris chairs and wide, roomy
rockers are not only nice to have when you
entertain friends, but they are also a bless-
ing to your family at all times. We have
many styles to show you.
JARVIS EVA^IS F. &, H. CO.
HAILF.YVILLE, - OKLAHOMA
REIDUS KILLS McCLEERY
.liilin McCleery whs allot and;
instantly kill e <1 Wednesday
morning by Frank I'iedus. The
two ini'ii hail been tat.king_i.vi tin'!
V. M.C. A porch. when lieidiv-
turned and walked il o \v n 111<■ i
steps. At tin1 bottom li'1 1 nrned
and ti rod four bullets into Mr ;
Cleery's body. Tln> wounded;
man turned and ran into tin',
building, where lie died in a few :
ininut.-i*. FimUy triubl' i s
said to have led to the killing,
lieidns lias been separated from
liis wife for about six month s.
and has been working in Heave
ner. McCleny was an engineer
on the K-ook Island lines and has
been here about fifteen years.
The body was taken, to Maga
/.ene. Ark., Wednesday night for
Allen Stone, a nigro from Al
derson, was arrested Tuesday
morning by Policemen P W
Collins and August Hosier, on
the charge of holding up a n <i j
robbing Dalton Harper m t ii e
railroad yards lu're tin* pre. ions
night. Harper sa.vs the man
took ten dollars from hi in. The,
prisoner was arraigned in .lud-ge
.1. L. Kirkpatrick's court,, and in
ii. fault of $750 bail was sent to
McAlester and lodged in jail
n < )klalioma 1
m iintain se [
mug men |
are being sent to iht^ti enclies ol j
France at the c.ul el Amerieaii
dollars, that the draft is bill tin;
beginning of oppression ol the;
poor man by military niaeb ne,
that the Liberty l>oan was ,a
scheme i,\ which moneyed inter
ests of the country worked t >ob
tain the poor man's coin, that
this i« a useless >var. a tignt that
was none of our affair.
The fact that the women and
children of Helgium are starving
under orders that the Prussian
government has no effect on this
man,# a'titnde, nor the fact that
nothing but bleaching bones re
main to tell the tale of the tiinr
der of women and child!'"-) in I'o
land. 'T wouldn't mind tij^ht
ing if we were invaded," he ar-
gues. "but I don't want to j;o to
war with the enemy three tlions
and miles away."
Must this man's own wife or
daughter be outraged before he
will realize the menace of the
Prussian advance? Must the
children of his own neighbors be
starved, the old men in his home
town be killed in cold blood,
their homes pillaged and their
fields laid waste?
*"* Must he see it with his own
eyes before lie realizes that,
with a turning point in the strug-
gle less unexpected than have
taken plac^jn the past. I iermany
can have an invading force on
American soil inlets than tv*o
months' That if by an\ turn in
events Prussia should gniu com
maud of tin' seas ti roujjh her
submarines, von llindcnbcrg
could land soldiers ;il the 1 ili
ted States butter .than w. • a n
rain our inillitnis-
« W ^ Hi, •/ V
L -x AJUtf e-f, „
Ameriea is not s.iic a : i ce pen
pic are not safe, nor homes %nnr
women nor children. long as
a Prussian autocracy holds the
ballance of the world's military
power. Our man can shoulder
the st niggle now and keep the
battlefields oil European soil, or
he.can wait a few months or a
few years as chance may deter
mine ami tight the battle ol t Ii e
Arras on American soil. In the
latter case, it will be his ow ii
homes and the homes of his
neighdors that Prussi in soldiers
American dollars had no part
in bringing on this war The
draft is above all the poor man s
friend, it, takes .poor and rich,
side by side. The Liberty Loan
marked the beginning of a new-
era in America; mot*' than ever
before the farmer and tile labor
or and the clerk have a part in
national affairs. And above all
else, this is America's vsir, tie'
tight of "Our Man and h i s
neighbors. It is a ti^lr f ir self
Make Next Christmas as
Happy as You Want It
Christmas happiness depends upon making
others happy. 1 lie happier you can make
your loved ones, the happier you will be.
Each Christmas finds us hoping that we will
be able to give more and better presents next
Christmas. But mere hoping will never do it.
The surest way to make next Christmas a
banner day is to join our Christmas Savings
Club right away. It s a systematic savings
plan that's easy to follow.
THE BANK OF KAHEYVIllE
D. M. HAILEY, Pres. E. R JOLLY, Cashier
SIGN THE FOOD PLEDGE | in order that the war may be
brought to a victorious anil
This is your call to colors speedy end.
You are being called upon to In all of these things, Mr.
do youi part in w inning the war I Hoover .needs your help. Vie
for about tlm:
;ifrrent was off
• hours Sunday
caused much in-
Tliis county has a good corn
crop, and cotton is coming along
nicely. Irish potatoes and all
kinds of garden vegetables are
abundant, and the peach crop is
fairly plentiful, tlio the fruit is
generally under s i z e. T lie
prairie hay crop is s:iid to be up
to the average.
The people of t Ii e Christian
('liurch ai c planning a home com
ing and moonlight picnic c o m
bined, Monday night. The af
fair will be given on the church
If you have a
Bring or phone it to
Haileyville Drug Co.
Our stock is complete. Wc will deliver it.
Why Not Have
a Home Work Bench
With a well equipped little
worK. shop of your own you can
mahe many things you would liKe
to have about your home. And you
can maKe lots of things you would
otherwise have to pay to have made.
It's a matter of economy as well as
convenience and pleasure.
We can equip
your worK bench
with everything to
mahe it complete —
vise, planes, draw-
Knives, chisels, brace
and bits, square, ham-
mers and anything' for flNV lo^
woodworh. And we
have everything for
metal worK.— bench,
breast or hand drills,
cold chisels, files and
rasps, punches, cut-
ting' nippers, etc. JB
Mr. Hoover, the food adininis
trator. ha.s before him tin task
not only of feeding a nation, but
also, practically, of,feeding 111«
world It is his task" to see to it
that, enough food is kept in
1 America to feed your family and
all other American families be
j fore any is exported to otliei
nations. He must, •:.vtorniin.ite
the food speculator, he must get
I housewives to conserve food of
certain kinds for our soldiers
must have it, just as the Presi-
dent must ht'Ve soldiers for the
army. This is one of your parts
in the war.
Cut out the food pledge from
this paper, sign it and mail it lo
Mr. Hoover at Washington. He
will in turn mail you a card that,
v, ill show that you are co-opera-
ting with the war forces of the
country, snil he will s"'id you
information, lius is your ■ p
port unity. Send in the food
llol SKWiVKS Pool) CONSKKVATIO.N PLKDWK
I will join you in the service of food conservation for the .nation,
and I hereby accept membership in the I'nited Poor! AdVniuist ra-
tion. pledging myself to carry out the directions and ad vici' ol t., •
food administrator in so far as my circumstances permit.
Signed ... —
Street or Ii. P. I),. City County.
State , Number iu family Do
you do do y on r ow n cook i ng ... Doyou have a garden
Occupation of bread winner - ---
Cut, out t his coupon, sign ami imo I to Pood Administ rat or, Conser-
vation Division Washington, D C.
Come in and see
our stocK today.
HARDWARE THAT STANDS HARD WEAR
AT PRICES THAT STAND COMPARISON
SCREEN DOORS AND SCREEN WIRE
JONES HARDWARE CO
The city is doing some clean
up wci'k on Main street which
has mrde a wonderful change
in the appearance of things.
The .1 T. McClellan Shows ar-
rived today and will remain untii
Saturbay night, July 21. (.'lean
snows and amusements for all.
Saturday from Oklahoma City,
where he passed examination all
•iglit and was accepted, but
doesn't know just when he will
be called on to go into service
in the midical corps of the U. S.
Por all kinds of draying and
Our pure ice cream and real fruit flavors
make the refreshments that you get at our
fountain really nourishing food. And we
try to keep our serving dishes and recep-
tacles as clean and wholesome as the best
housewife in this town keeps her kitchen.
Stop In Here
and get a thirst-quencher; then take a pail
of cream or sherbet home to the family.
THE REXALL STORE
T. BRADFORD. Prop.
transfer business see
Dr. P. I. Gardner retiyned
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Edgell, Grace. The Haileyville Signal (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1917, newspaper, July 13, 1917; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270452/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.