The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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OF LOCAL INTEREST,
BRIEF ACCOUNTS OF RECENT EVENTS IN
OUR OWN TOWN AND VICINITY.
Something About People With Whom Many of
Our Readers are Wei! Acquainted.
'■ D. Philpott. of Ward-
• here Monday.
took i .
The Spring Fights Open.
We regret to note that some of
j the boys partook too freely of the
Ob, Be Joyful Saturday night,
land indulged in a tree-torall
fight, in which several persons
were more or less hurt. Reports
aro somewhat conflicting, and no
j one seems to know the exact facts
I in regard to the matter. It ap-
pears, however, that the trouble
W. L. Moore, of Brownwood, occurred 011 north Main street,
Texas, is sojourning in Pittsburg near ,llG barbershop, shortly :if-
this week, and will probably lo- ter 10 o’clock. When the scrap!
cate here permanently. He says! was ovor ir ",Qs found that Bob!
that ho happened to see a copy 1 Cnldwell and Flam Loveall were!
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Allen was transacting
in McAlester Monday.
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Vinr and T F Wni,ni™Jof this Pa!)Gr belonging to one 0 badly bruised and beaten about
the show at McAlester i °U' fulbscr‘be« in Brown wood. ,be head and fa0ei Melvin Brown
jiirljt and from the information contain j Niowa, also hurt, but not so
ed therein he decided to come! badly: John Milam was slightly
and see for himself. He says iniured- Mr. Caldwell and Mr.
that our town looks good to him. j ^°vea^ being in a serious condi-
- | tion, were carried into Bond's
A. FI. FFoffman, of Oklahoma| Pharmacy, where they received
City, a brother of W. B. Hoffman j immediate aid at the hands of A.
who carne in last week to begin jc- Bond- who washed and band
j building, made his first visit to a&od their wounds. Meantime
jour city this week. Fie was high- Dr- Fortson.of Kiowa, was called
C. 13. Drew attended the meet- ly pleased with the appearance; by telephone and arrrived within
ing of the miners and operators [and prospects of our town, and !an hour or two after tho diflicui-
at Kansas City this week, j the tone and spirit of our busi 4’occurred. He promptly look
n , tT 7 jnossmen. Ho owns a number Rdaft(?r the injuries of the wound
Uiester Lobaugh and Howard of lots in Pittsburg, and decided ed men,and they are now recov
l man, of (Jklahoma City, were to build a couple of residence cring nicoly. We understand that
it.s uurg vis.tors over Sunday, i hoijso3 at an early date. [the cases of all the participants
will come up before the proper
T.B.w.uodwin has had the front
of his barber shop and pool hall
Miss T'rancis Irwin and Miss
Birdie Miilican were over from j
Wardviile, wore tho guests of
their daughter, Mrs E. 0. Om-
J. A Bryce, a newspaper man
from Coalgate, was hero during
the past week visiting his broth-
er, Sam Bryce.
* POLITICAL ADVERTISING. .
! hereby announce my candidacy for the
office of County Attorney of P ttsburg
County, subject to the action of the Dem-
ocratic party at the August primary.
Wm. S. Rogers.
0. P. Coberly is preparing to
add a kitchen to his house, nnd
has the foundation already laid.
W hen your neighbor wants to
borrow your copy of this paper,
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- Phil D. Brewer, of McAlester. is a ran- *0nn '*■ to b'm> you like, nnd af
homa City, are visiting her par-1 primary election in August. subscribing for it himself like
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ents here this week
j A 0. Cochrsn, of McAlester. is ? can-
1 dksato for ra-e ac-ion to the office <,: Rc.r-
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bio fir this beat, and has entered ,th# F’-mary election in August, ot our puper this week, which we
upon the duties of his office. "!—’— think an improvement. You will
- '-.5. -viley. cf McAlester, is a candi-' find our editorials occupyinff the
itrigi.t front were shopping);; the act n of the Dem seoond page,
McAlester Monday, and the lat- primary election to be held in August ’ -
ter remained over to attend the 1 . * This PaPer reaches a goodly
Blanche Walsh performance ffit T""** °f,WeU t0*° farmer8-and,
M T r r-r . i rior Court of Pittsburg County, subject to f'Umors themselves might use
Mrs. j. I'.u Leary nas return- ,tne action of the Democratic party a-the lts ad vertising columns to good
ed from a visit to McAlester sc- Au*ust Primai7- purpose when they have anything
companied by her mother-in law | w-.„, . ' t , to sell, trade, or exchange. An
Murs' R;,0 Leary- oi Joplin, Mo., didate for the office cf Sheriff ofPktsburg ad vertisement might bring just
Who Will henceforth reside here.. County,subject to the action cf the Dem the opportunity desired.
- '.crave party at the primary election tq i —-- —__
J. C. Barr, a contractor from ■09 he’3 n A’Jg3St' "
Joplin, Mo was here during the Fred J. Tontz. cf Kiowa, is a candidate ^C0VeT^ °f Stolen
past week looking over the land for re-election to the office cf County The Protective nnd Detective
where the big dam for the water Comm.ssicner from the Second District of Association, of Dallas Texas re
works i, to bo boil,, with , °>vera s,olm ««* to tt. own
o bidding on the job. ■- ........—-—. ,. er. Registration fee ¥1.00. Nc
.............. ,v . F. J. KNIGHT charge for rebranding. For
CITY DRAYMAN **%%%££51?
If you want a deed fixed up, or
an affidavit acknowledged, call
at the Enterprise office.
and solicits a share of your work, Hauling and transfer
carefully attended to. My
service is not the cheap-
est but the best.
GRAND AYENIE HOTEL
First Class in Every Re-
spect. Rates $2.00
per day. Special
Rates by Week
MEAL TICKETS FOR SALE
Remember that the regular
price of this paper is ¥1.00 a .
year, in advance; six months.
60 cents; three months, 35 cents- j
single copy, 5 cents. The best
nnd cheapest way is to subscribe 1
for it by the year.
Freu J. Tontz, of Kiowa, Will1
Anderson, of IFartshorne, and J.
O. Mitchell, of Dow, all candi-
dates for office, were seeing our
people and making political med-
icine Wednesday. While here all
throe called at this office, planked
down the “long green,” and au-
thorized the publication of their
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W. T. CULBERTSON
Insurance, Surveying, Notary
Public, Deeds Written, Titles
passed upon. A great number
of years’ experience in investi
gating Indian titles.
J. B. WOOD
FRED D. LOBAUGH, Prop, STONE AND BRICK MASON
The Commercial Club held u| Estimates furnished on
somewhat reduced by reason of |
the fact that several members!
were out of the city. M. E* Williams
From Blue Springs. Real Estate, Agricultural, Min-
Things are moving off nicely jGral. Timber Lands, and City
Printed Stationery for Farmer*. since the recent rain. Property.
There is no reason why a farm Farmers are wearing a broad Pittsburg, Okla. McAlester, Okla.
er or tradesman should not uss 3mde; corn and weeds are look- - -------— ■
printed stationery, though he in” "’L-ll. j E. F. HOLLIS J. W. HOLLIS
may not need as much of it as We are having a tine Sunday, HOLLIS BROTHERS
does the merchant or banker. A school here this summer. •
supply of printed envelopes and We are going to hav* a gala day ra®tors ancl Builders
letter heads would cost but little at the close of school oil the 29th ‘uU®’ sPecihcatlons and esti‘
more than blank ones, and their dav of Anril. We wnnt, tn see! mates furnished on application.
more than blank ones, and their
use would result in several ad-
vantages. We will even accept ____o
orders for as small a number ae : dren. and a well filled basket.
all the friends from Pittsburg on ! '. ee Us
that occasion. Bring the ehil- U1 1 in^-
See us before closing deal for
100 envelopes, though the cost is
Bomewhat greater in proportion
than when a larger number is tak-
en. We can put you up 100 good
envelopes, with your return re-
quest neatly printed on the cor-
aor, for 50 cents.
There will be plenty cf spring
water, and swings for-'the chil-!
dren. The entertainment will
begin soon after-dinner. Vo are;
going to put some lemons and
sugar in the spring, and iet the
children help themselves
CITV BARBER SHOP
T, B. GOODWIN, Prop.
See him for an easy shave
or a stylish hair cut.
SUITS TO YOUR MEASURE
$12.50 TO $40.00
Why pay more for Ready
We are agents for S. E. Perlberg & Co., merchant tailors, and have five
hundred patterns from which to select you;* made-to-measure suit. We guaran-
tee quality, fit, style, and workmanship, or your money refunded. Come in and
let us order your spring suit and get a souvenir oxidized silver watch fob show--
ing coat of arms of your state, Express charges prepaid on all orders of Si0,00
No matter which you select from our stock of Thor-
eughbred hats, you got tho best value possible for your
money. Style is another distinctive featuro of this lino.
Our now spring lino comprises the very latest blocks
as well as the staple styles. No matter what your taste
ma' be, we can suit you. Wo also show a complete line
of Misses’ and boys’ straw hats, in all styles and colors,
• ’onie in and see them. We’ll be glad to show them,
Wo have in stock an up-to-date line of Ladies’
Voile, Panama, and wash skirls, in the latest pat.
terns. Also ladies shirt waists, muslir. underwear,
topsy hosiery, and an immense line of Scotch plaid
dress gingham, white Madras, lawns, Organdies,
linens, poplins, Solsettes, white wnisting, white Duck,
silks, shambras, in fact, almost anything in the dry
goods line. If we havn’t what you want we will or-
der it for you. Come in and pay us a visit; we would
be pleased to show you through orr stock.
(1AM UK W
We have just received a large shipment of the lat-
est and most approved styles in Peters Diamond Brand
Shoes and Oxfords. The assortment is simply beauti-
ful. Alii tho very newest things are here, just the kind
you need to set off your costume. Don’ make the mis-
take of brying Oxfords before you see these beauties.
It’s easy to come in and look them over. Do it today.
Prices are always right.
We carry a fine line of groceries, the ordinary or staple kind, and the fan-
cies or table luxuries and delicar'es. We buy in such large quanties that we can
sell to your saving, and you are to find what you want. The best brands of can-
ned vegetables, fruits, fish, and meat; high grade Grackers, Biscuits, tea, coffee
and condiments. We would like to put up a sample order for you. We know that
we can please you.
The Banner Store
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Williams, B. W. The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 21, 1910, newspaper, April 21, 1910; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042685/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.