The New State. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, January 17, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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IMPORTANT TO EX-MAYOR HOWER
SUBSCRIBERS. I SUDDEN ILLNESS
Special attention is called to Whether Paralysis or Spinal
an article in The New State this I _ , , , ~
I rouble, the Doctors Do
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week relative to a new ruling
recently made by the postmaster
general Under this tilling it is
imperative th.il weekly news-
papers collect subscriptions in
adviince. It'they fail to do this
and carry a number of del in
quents, as is generally custom
ary, they will he compelled ti)
pay one cent postage on each of
tlio-e papers, and in the aggre-
gate the amount will be more
than the publishers can afiord to
pay. At the present price of
print paper, there i> little money
itt subscriptions, even w hen paid
in advance at, one dollar a vear
You are requested to read the
new ruling carefully and act
New Rules for Subscriptions.
The postottice department has
just issued a booklet containing
new postal laws and regul itions
pertaining to second class mail
matter. The postmaster genera!
has made an important ruling
regarding the renewal of sub
scriptions on newspapers. I he
ruling is given below:
"A reasonable time will be al-
lowed publishers to secure re
t e vals of subscriptions, but un-
less subscriptions are expressly
He is a Hard Worker and Very
Recently Received Serious
Injuries By Falling
Fr jm Wagon.
Yesterday afternoon Kx-Mayor
A. Hower, while at work in his
bottling works, suddenly grew
faint. Color left his face, which
was noticed by one of his work-
men, who siiid:
"Mr. Hower, you are sick."
"No, I do not feel ill," Mr.
But he instantly reeled back-
ward bu w; s saVi'd lr.mi falling
to tb«' floor by his assistant, who
caught him in his arms and with
difficulty succeeded in getting
him to his residence, which is on
the same block as the bottling
works. Mr. Hower had in a mo-
ment lost the use of his legs and
left arm, while he could but
feebly move his right arm.
When in his bedroom, he still
insisted that he was not sick,
renewed after the term for which that he suffered no pain and
t icy are paid, within the follow-1 would be all rignt in a few min
it g named period >
utes. Whenever asked a ques
I).tthes, with n three months: L- i i
i,u tion, he answers promptly, but
tri weeklies, within nine months; |. . ' . .
weeklies, wit'iin nine mortis;
weeklies, within one year; semi-
monthlies, within three months;
monthlies, within four months;
hi monthlies, within six months;
quarterlies, \\i bin six months,
they shall not b > counted in the
in the interim remains mute,
thus placing him in a semi-
Abnit two weeks ago Mr.
Hower was thrown from his de
livery wagon and sustained in
legitimate s bs ription list of'juries, from which most men
subscribers, and copies mailed would have taken an indefinite
on arc milt tli roof shall not be j hut, although advanced in
accepted for ma ling at second
class postage rates."
years, Mr. Hower exhibits re-
This means that the postmaster 11,arkable energy and vitality,
general believes all subscribers which, it is to be hoped, will car-
should be prompt in making re-: ry him through bis present seri-
newals and paying up their sub- ous jnness
scription and that all publishers j , ' .. . . ™.
should likewise - - I LaTKS1V At l2:h> to,la-V lhe
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Beautiful Photos of All Kinds,
Photo Buttons. Comic Post
Cards, and Fine Photos, Views
and enlarged Portraits attend-
ed to promptly
FIRST CLASS WORK
New State was 'phoned that Mr.
Hower had little chance for re-
A. B. Jarvis made a business
t«p to Wilburton yesterday.
W. K. Martain, of the DuPont
i Powder Co., was here yesterday.
Max A. M ayer, representing
the Ely-Walker Dry Goods Co.,
of St. Louis, was in town Thurs-
J. D. Elliott went to Southtewn
J. A. Elliott was elected dele-
gate from Pittsburg county to
tlie State Republican convention
which will be held at Coalgate
January lilst and "2:2nd.
Mrs. W. E. Wright, from Gir-
ard, Kans., is visiting her daugh-
ter, Mrs. J. W. Tontz.
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[ Middle West
PLEASE PAY NOW.
If you are indebted to The
New State, please PAY NOW.
We need the money, and YOIT
should make settlement without
asking us to bunt for you.
You can always gi t the very
choicest confectionery at Evans'.
B. ('. Brewen for the last
three weeks lias been very down-
hearted, but after a three min-
utes talk over the long distance
telephone, was much relieved and
will leave for Dallas, Texas, Sat
IS ON THE
OLD PAPERS J 1
for sale at this office
Cal and get them ]|f
And nil tlie I a r ire Kastcrn mid
Wcstrrii jiiitrwiiy*.—( hicago, St
Louis, Memphis. Denver and K1
Prko are Hock Island gateways.
'I'll ron gli tlirin every section of I lie
country is reached by direct con-
nection. No matter what your
destination, w luther North, South,
Fast or West, the Hock Island
ap'iit can not only ticket you
through luit he can outline for you
the most cotnfortahlc and conven-
ient route. If you linve a trip in
view don't fail to see him before
completing your plans,
J. S. McNnlly, Piv I'ass. A>rt.,
Oklahoma I it v . < >kln.
(ieo. ii l.ee, (Jen. fuss. Apt.,
Little Hock, Ark.
Had you ever thought how easy it is to
pay an account w th a CHECK? You
don't have any trouble mikin 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.
BANK OF HAILEYVILLE.
D. M. Hailey, Pres. E. R. Jolly, Cashier.
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN IN
NOW IS THE TIME.
...Co to ED. T. COX...
He is Selling Goods at Cost!
C. N. MARTIN
High Grade Crocerles
HANDLE BLUE RBBON AND UPPER-10 FLOUR !
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED.
FEED In Car load lets Every Article As Represented
I Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage
Main St., Haileyville C. N. MARTIN
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The New State. (Haileyville, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, January 17, 1908, newspaper, January 17, 1908; Haileyville, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270668/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.