The Haileyville Signal (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 35, Ed. 1 Friday, July 13, 1917 Page: 2 of 4
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The Haileyville Signal
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Mi< Hamilton, t ti «- general
night clerk >t th«- \ M C A
made a r v ing ' rip to Kreb- thi«
we«*k to vi-it hi* mother
The city «. lifting c !e n
op w« ric on rovn tre -t which
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ti • aranee of tbing-
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FRIDAY, JJLY 13, 19 17.
Mi ti Wrtir •• ' '<«f' M * :i«
Mi'AWer vimtor Tuesday
' 'it \ .
\V i Iron, of O-:. tli rna
Itimi/ed Estimate for Current
Expenses for Fiscal Year Be-
g nmng Ju!y I, I9i7 and Erd
ng June 30 • 9'8
At meetii g "f the Citv Ci n
il of the fit> of Halleyvill*-.
county of f'ltt-l.uig. flat** <>f < >k
. ill ni.«. held on the fir-t M • ri-
ijivof July, 1917. raine U-ing
July 2 1917. pur-uaiit U> ti <
provi-i >n-of See 2. «>f II. B N
11- tn-of 1917, th«* following
itemiz- d •—11111 tte for ctirieiit ex-
n<*« of -iiul municipality for
the ti- ti >i-'«r beginning lulv
1, 1717. ami ending June 30.
1'JlS. was adopted and approv.-d,
and ordered |iuhli?died in 'I he
Haileyville signal. a news|>;<pet
i n lie ri- thi- vri-'k initialled and of general circu
Mr.and Mr* KJ Kliiott were]
in Wilburton Tuesday
lation in .said city ot Haileyville,
Salarv Fund S 1.100.00
Young and family, of Contingent Jund $ !.<■* 00
• i- ting s tr.tou and K i Jonn
! and otliei Mend-
Judge A- • Sew'-ll tnis - fU-d
• gal busioe-- i) McAle-ter Mon
Mr* Fn<l Wootl*on and cliil
dren are vi-itmg in KoonftilU-
Fok Sai.K; :< room ln u-e clow
in. Ivi-) terms W H Doyle
Well- I'omt, Tex i-, arrived here
! this week in theii car, and will
I vuit «ith the S 1! Young fain
ily for a out two wi*ks.
Mr and Mr- Harry Waidron
have moveeii to Weatherfood. Ok
la. Mr. Waidron ha* been in
charge of the ex|>n-- office for
Knginwr W 'I
Shaw nee, w is here
the tir-t of
Mr*, I! I. Ilowen, of I Mot
Point, Texan, i- the guest ol
Nli- George ( reen
Ui-jiatdlii r JJ M Carter i-
honie from a ta*n day-- vacation
-i ent in Kansas City and St
Mr* H l> S-' .-.-t i- hack from
a ti-it in Watonga. Okla Shi
v;i«t accxriiani' il hy her d.t igli
ter. Mi-- Lily
We want your old healing and
cook -love- Jarviti Kvans F <V
H Co. -.'7tf
Sheriff W S Kliiott. of Wil
burton, wan transacting L i• i
Hi--- hen- Monday
I'oliof Fund J 1,/iOH 0<>
Water Fund t H indi (Hi
^!r —i iV. Alley Fund J 1.500.0O
Street l.iglit Fund $ 1.500 0(1
Total $12 0"C> 0«i
Sinking i\ Intere-t.. .$ 7.009
Judgment^ t 4!H). lfi,
Total $7,4V ;>. ^i
Grand Total S20,u! 9 M
STATK OF OKLAHOMA,
Mra Luna Wliwler, Mi-es J'.ttshurg ( ui.ty
Annie and Katherine Wheeler ... . . ... . .
W the undesigned, the duh
and Mi-- Lutli ilartlett attended
church in Hart-horne Sunday
!' 11:111,1 ■
The Unequaled Cereal
Beverage That Adds
to the Joy of Living
A SPARKLING, snap-
beverage for young
and old. Pure, mild, deli-
cious. It quenches thirst,
refreshes and exhilarates.
In sealed bottles at all places where
wholesome drinks are sold—or
delivered to your home by the case.
501THERN ICE & UTILITIES CO.
3 BLATZ MILWAUKEE
Judge A C Sewell and fain-
tly have gone to Kun.tlevillo, A rk .
tos|M-nd atKii.it t ho .veek- visiting
They made the trip overland.
During hi- absence his office
will b" looked after by Attorney
A. H Keil.
J. \ McMillan was in Monday
from southeast ('.irt of the coun-
ty, and gave The Signal an appre
•lat'-d call He reports tine corn
crops in Ins neighbor-hood, and
says cotton is very promising
The t.'nmn M«*at Market is a busy
ilm e, l it we alv. ays take time to
ne:. J our ( Uktcim* r courteoun tr- at
neill and ttive tlieni tbeir thoice of
PUBLISHER S REPORT
OF THE CONDITION OF
The B ank of Haileyville
JUNE 20TII. 1917
I/o;ilis a11<I Discounts
Slocks. HoikIs. Warrents, etc. •
Securities with Hanking Hoard
J ililgeuient Fund .
I >in* from Hanks
Checks ami Other Cash I terns
Cash in Hank
■ :er of lU- city of Hailevlille.
:ount\ and siite aforesaid, • j
; hereby certify tin* items audi
amount- enii'iieiateil in tin f ire-1
goin^j -'ateinent of estimateil,
needs ne reasonahi) nece-sarv
in the |no|>ei conduct of the af
fiirs of the -tnl municipality,
and tli if -aid estimate- Were:
made an I piep'Med at a meeting
held o i ihe tlist M no t\ in .)ill\.
1917 lie- -ame Ih-iiiu llie wild da>
of .1 ui v. 1917
C B I'KTERSON. M •> ,i
S. I!. \ l )|' N( i. ('it v (_'lei k
S. M. JONKS. Treasuier.
fc'ubscrilied and sworn to be-
fore ine this 10th day of July,
E. K. JOLLY,
M\ commission expiies April
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
No : 223.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA I
Pittsburg County I
In the District Court of said
DMA BOYCK, " Plaintiff.
L. 1 lio.vce. Defendant.
Said defendant, l i Boyce,
402.12 will tike notice that lie has been
I.I A HIIJTIES
Capital Stock paid in
I ndivideil Profits, less Expenses and Taxes Paid
Individual Deposits Subject to Check
Tini«* ('ertiticates of Deposit
Cashier's Checks Outstanding
. .. 94,944.12 j A C
H.'-i.s 1 T.tiS Plaintiff
. .. 1,249.1 ti i- '
sued in the above named court
for a divorce, on the grounds of
abandonment, and yrjO. said de-
, fendant. must answer the peti-
tion tiled therein by said plain-
tiff on or before the 2ord day of
August, 1917. or said petition
will be taken as true and a judg-
ment for said plaintiff will be
Mack (jester. Court Clerk.
Sewell, 'Attornev for
NATION OUT OF TRAINING
Bu ine s Men of Today Have Lo«t the
PhytiQje of Their Predeceuort,
Gamed by Hard Work.
A trade association had a banquet
the other day and, following ih«
usual practice, had its picture taken
at the tables. The photograph is an
interesting exhibition of the national
physique. Not one banqueter in ten
1'ioked as if he were in training, few
liHiked as if thev could climb a flight
of stair> without polling like a s itch
engine, cji-clares the Toledo Bee.
Now the predecessors of the><
men in the trade re a lean and
hungry lot. They had mu cles be-
cause thev had to saw wood for their
wives' kitchen tires. They could walk
miles and miles without weariness,
because, for one thing, most of them
had been soldiers and, for another,
because they had to keep hustling in
order to keep from starving. The
struggle for existence put those men
in training. They worked 14 houra
a day, ate a farm hand's breakfast
and slept like children.
We have marvels in the wav of ath-
latou oni? niftvtv l^noBfltiila * f
wno £ct tneir atnietics oy looKin^ on.
We have institutions for putting
men into condition and untold hun-
dreds of men out of condition. We
have prosperity, and flabbiuess, lux-
ury and nervous prostration and a
score of other diseases of soft living.
IN TIME TO COME
TIN WILL BE SMELTED HERE
Gslivian Ore to Be Sent to New York
by Way of Canal Instead of
The use of Bolivia tin in tbis
i country has always involved a long
j transportation of the ore around th.>
| Horn to Liverpool, or sometimes to
| Cornwall, from which places, after^
reduction, the metal has been shipped
I .-.cross the ocean again, mostly to
j \'ew York, for American distribu-
Rut the opening of the Panama
inal has so shortened the journey
' from Mollendo, Peru, and from
\r:ca and Antofagasta, Chile—the
' chief jtiirts Ui-ed by landlocked Bo-
j 1 via in her dealings with the outer
"Honest, ma, I haven't been up world—that they are now less than
flying. ( half as far from New York than
'T know vou have been in a cloud from the British smelters. Accord-
because vour hair is wet.'
NO ILL WIND.
"Jatrgs savs this raw, damj
weather just suits him."
"Why. 1 understood him to say his
wife was very susceptible to enid."
■ "That's just it. When she takes
I cold, she can't speak above a whis-
WHERE THE DRAFT IS.
Ted—Do Smere's pictures draw
much of a crowd?
Penfield—Only when he's painting
i outdoors.—Towu Topics.
Notice iv hereby given tlist I,
Wiley Scott, who was convicted
_ 1 40.0/jO. 1 1
State of Oklahoma, County of Pittsburg, ss:
I. K. K. .lolly. Cashier of the above named Kank. do! on the 22ml day of April. 1915. iii |
solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best P'*'1''1'' Court of Pittsburg
of my knowledge and belief, so help me (iod. County, on ti man
K. It. JOLLY. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this. Jird day of
July, 1917. T. J. CLARK, Notary Public.
M) coiuniission exjiires <>(■(. lsili, 1920.
1). M. HAILKY * |,ilv ctors
slaughter, and sentencetl to serve
a term of eleven years in the
penitentiary, will, thirty daysaf-
ter date hereof, apply to the Gov-
enor of Oklahoino for clemency.
Dated thi- tlielith day of du-
"I always call a spade a spade."
"Well, just now, it's not whai
rou're i ailing one, but if you're using
one that niafter#.''
SHOULD HAVE DELIVERED IT.
"I threw a kiss at Mary today."
"What did she say?" o
"She said 1 was the laziest max
•he ever saw."
NEW SEARCHLIGHT POWERFUL.
A searchlight has been perfected
which the invent.tr cla ms wil! c.
a beam for 75 miles. It operates on
the carbon principle, but by use of
powerful current and a special ar-
rangement of the carbon pencils tre-
mendous candle power is secured.
There is little doubt that the new
s -archlight will do all that is claimed
for it, for the inventor is already in-
ternational! v famous through his 1
ingly the best economy seems to de-
mand that we bring the Bolivian ore
directly here and do our owu smelt-
i-i.:: and this we are now ,il>out to do,
t s tiie St-.culiuc Auiericau.
'I he largest European firm of tin
smelters has just purchased a tract
of some nine acres of land on the
northern shore of Jamaica bav, the
great basin which some day is to
plav such a heavy role in New York's
commercial development. Plans for
a tin snicker on this site, which will
be the largest and most moderu of its
kind in the world, are in preparation,
• '■' ••• "vi ««( ' v i la |nvraiaiiuii,
work in perfecting the gyroscope for and within a year thu wjlI ^ in
use in compasses and in stabilizing aotua| opera(jon. when completed
airplanes. It has been suggested and in full swing, it will have an an-
that the new light may be useful for „uaj output of '..'0.000 tons of tin.
installation on submarines, as it
would be capable of lighting up the
water for a considerable distance.
"Queer isn't it?"
"You plant the eyes of potatoes,
and the ears of corn."
EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY.
"He had an awful time witmingl
"'les, and now sha is having au
awful time staving won."
AN EARLY RISER.
TIME TABLE NO. 12
PITTSBURG COUNTY RAIL
First Father—Children are the
sunshine of our lives.
Second Father—Quite true: and
sunrise for me is about 3 a. in. CARS LEAVE HAILEYVILLE AS fOLLOWS
THE WISE FOOL.
"A man should begin at the bot-
tom." observed the sage.
"But suppose he is learning to
swim?" asked the fool.
KAST Hill Mi
Jack—What would you do. Mvrt
if I gaTe you a kiss?
Ilvrt—I'd return it at once. sir. J
i don't accept presents from men.
"Is he patient ?"
"Very. He taught his wife to
drive their automobile without once
losing his temper."
WKsl I'.i't Nli
TAKES A BACK SEAT THEN.
"They say he is an authority on
"He is until he talks to hia wife."
Bt . ks ecniaininj 10<i Klve cent C
pons on a ie ut &L stKtioDS.
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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/m1/2/: accessed November 22, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.