The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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The Pittsburg Enterprise
A Local Newspaper, a promoter of Home Enterprises, aad • Cultivator of
Public Spirit. Published every Thursday at Pittsburg, Oklahoma
B. W. WILLIAMS. Editor and Proprie^r.
' SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IW ADVANCE.
Entered as second class matter at the post office at Pittsburg,
Oklahoma, under the Act of March 8, 1876.
■ TOWN AND COUNTY
lie me tuber thut you cun get
notarial work done at ti:ia office.
P C. Young, an attorney from
Fredonia, Kansas, was in Fitts-
.burg Tuesday on legal business.
A new girl arrived at the home j
of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rinehart
E. C. Million, a banker from
McAlester. was here on business
Ralph Lobaugh came in from
McAlester a few days ago. to
spend a while with home folks.
•' Home Pile Cure: guaranteed;
•.George W. Milton, patentee; for
father information call at the
When you want a deed fixed
up. a mortgage prepared, or an
affidavit acknowledged, call at the
Work was being done during
the week on the park preparalo j
ry to the holding of the big annu-
al picnic in June.
The Banner Store will give a
way to some lady on Sales Day a
handsome Jacquard and Canvas
Weave Hammock, valued at $.1 50.
Are you making your arrange
ments to attend the big ansual
picnic at Pittsburg on the 7th
and 8th of June? If you do not,
you will miss the time of your life.
Both the Rock Island the Katy
railroads have promised special
rates on account of the picnic to
be held here on the 7th 8th of
June. See Handbill timetables
for full particulars.
L. R Kenner, of Hopkinsville,
Ky . owner of a group of lots in
Pittsburg, was a visitor to our
city Thursday, in company with
F. B. Drew and A. P. Harris, of
the Pittsburg Townsite Co.
Ever now and then O. P. Co-
berly makes s&me improvement
about bis place in the eastern
part of town. During the past
week he repainted his house and
whitewashed his yard fence.
The chamber of commerce had
a lengthy and well attended meet-
ing Monday night, devoting the
time chieflly to planning for the
coming picnic, and the hearing
and discussion of reports and
The case of Dr. Richards vs.
Mrs. T. A. Scott, relative to the
occupancy of a building in Pitts-
burg. came up in Judge Davis’s
court Tuesday, was tried by a
jury, and verdict was rendered
in favor of the defendant.
Berry McAlester, from the
county seat, had business here
An infant son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Johnson Monday,
but died in a short time.
Drs. Murphy & Gain, of Man-
gum. were in our city one day
this week "spying out the land.”
F. B. Drew and his two boys.
Floyd and Marion, were over
from McAlester Wednesday in
W. A Purdy and T. A. Lowry,
two physicians from Eldorado,
Okla., had occasion to visit our
city a few days ago.
Dr. Tillotson, of Hedrick, Okla..
who is head of the Tillotson Coal
Company, was a business vistor
to our city a few days ago.
The annual school meeting for
this district, which is number
63, is to be held at the school
house on the first Tuesday in
June, beginning at 2 o’clock p
m. Let every good citizen, who
is interested in education, take
due notice and attend.
Alfonso Bernardino has filed
suit in the superior court against
tbe Indian Coal and Mining com-
pany asking judgment in the sum
of $1,964 50 for injuries alleged
to have been received as a result
of an alleged gas explosion in the
company's mine No.2 at Pocahont-
as while he was acting as shot
firer in said mine.
Hale’s Leaders, who had been
expected to come from McAles-
ter t<> play the boosters Sunday
afternoon failed to come. How-
ever. the Blanco boys came down
and a game was played late in
tlie afternoon, resulting in favor
Rev. Duncan McRuer. a Pres-
byterian minister from Paul s
Valley, preached at the school
house in Pittsburg Sunday and
Sunday night, to the edification
and profit of his hearers. The
evening discourse was preceded
by the baptism of an infant—the
little child of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
H. J Culp, representing the
Oklahoma Farm Journal, spent
a day or two in Pittsburg this
week looking after the interests
,,f that paper. The Farm Jour-
nal is one of tbe most intluential
and widely circulated agricultur-
al publications in the state, and is
,H.,|ete with useful information
lor the farmer.
At our next regular sales day,
which will be the first Saturday
in June, the Pittsburg chamber
of commerce will give away to
some lucky farmer a Red King
four shovel Cultivator, such as
would sell for about $3o.00in the
regular way; it will be a valuable
piece of machinery for any pro-
Prof. John W Agans. former
principal of our public school,
writes to a friend in Pittsburg
to the effect that he has accepted
a lucrative school position in
Iowa, and will not likeley be here
again for a while. It was hoped
by our people, and especially by
the members of the chamber of
commerce to which he belong,
that he could be iterested in some
kind of business here, so as to
remain with us; since he is a very
useful man. and a helpful worker
in any town or com jiuifity where-
in he may choose to reside.
Saturday, June 1st.
You are invited to attend our Semi-Annual Pre-Inven-
tory Sale to be held Salesday June the 1 st. Bargain prices
on Clean, Fresh, Seasonable, and Desirable Merchandise.
Here is your opportunity to secure attractive, up-to-date
goods at a very low price. In order to reduce our shoe
stock we will give 10 per cent off on all Ladies and Gents
Shoes and Oxfords.
Marigold Baptiste, in stripes,
and floral patterns 10c values,
Primrose Batiste, 15c values,
per yard............... 12$
Mens Soft Negligee Dress Shirts
made of the best Madras and
Pongee cloth, regular pric $1 00
Special for Saturday.....85c
Men’s Work Shirts, the regular
50c value, special........ 40c
Best Taffeta Silk at at extremely
15c values, special per yd. .
20c values, special per yd .
25c values, special per yd
35c values, special per yd .
Lenox Soap 7 bars for...... 25c
Swift’s Pride 7 bars for---- 25c
Diamond C 8 bars for...... 25c
Bob White 6 bars for...... 25c
Swift White 6 bars for---- 25c
Blue Tip Matches every stick
soft and even 7 boxes for.. 25c
Corded Tissue, in Champaign,
Navy. Sky. Red. and Black,
Regular juice 20c, special for
Sales day per yd ........ 15c
Men’s Balbrigan Underwear in
White. Blue, and Brown, regu-
lar 50c garment, special.....45c
Men’s Knit Underwear in White,
Brown and Black, the regular
35c garment, special price 25c
Santos Blend per lb...... 25c
Peaberry per lb........... 27$
Mexo Ja per lb........... 30c
Golden Blend per lb....... 30c
Good Bucket Coffee per bkt 1.00
Purity Rolled Oats in air tight
packages 12$c values sp’l • 10c
Banner Oats in 5 lb packages,
special price............ 20c
Arm and Hammer Soda in one lb
Packages, 10c size, 4 for. • 25c
Quality Gingham, in stripes,
checks, and solid colors. 10 ct
values, special price..... 8$c
Valmore Dress Ginghams in all
the latest patterns, regular
price 10c, special.......... 8$c
Best grade of Pilgrim Prints
fast colors, in Blue, Gray.
Black, checks and light shirt-
ing, Ole values, per yd ... 5c
Knox per sack........... 1-45
Joy per sack............. 1-45
Red Raven per suck...... 1.50
Silver Wave per sack..... 1 40
Corn meal per sack.........40
Best Cane Sugar 16 lbs for 1.00
Brown Sugar 17 lbs for.... 1.00
Honest Snuff regular 10c size,
3 cans for.............. 25c
Garrett Snuff in regular 10c size
special 3 for............. 25c
| BANNER STORE, PITTSBURG, OKLA. j
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Mr. Harp Withdraws.
To the Democratic voters of the |
2nd district, Pittsburg county;!
I have concluded to withdraw 1
from the race for county com mis
sioner. for the reason that my
business demands my attention,
and I havn’t the time to give to
the campaign. Should 1 have
any time to devote to the cam-
paign. it will be a pleasure tome
to work in the interest of my
friends who are candidates. I
thank my friends who have giv-
en me so much encouragement
and support, and 1 shall always
W1 under obligations to them.
Yours very truly.
J. W. Hai<p.
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P. W. Wiliams, Local Agent, Pittsburg, Okla.
Pittsburg Barber Shop
H. E. BROUGH, Proprietor.
An Easy Shave or Stylish Haircut at any time.
Sharp Razors and Clean Towels.
Nice place: good treatment
SOUTH MAIN ST PITTBURG, OKLA.
♦ X PITTSBURG LIVERY BARN X
The editor hereof attended the | Rev. I. V. Jolly, a Presbyte-
meeting of the Okklahoma Press jtian minister from Hailey ville.
Association at Muskogee since 1 who preached at the school house
our last issue. It was said to be Ja few nights ago, was a pleasant
^ Good rigs at reasonable prices. Hauling and transfer work ^
▼ solicited. Accommodations for drummers a specialty. ^
Hack leaves ior Kiowa 8:30 a. m. and 5:05 p. m. ^
* JAMES L. HAYWARD, Proprietor. ^
the largest and best meeting
ever held by the Association in
the state, and fifty-four new
members were added during the
session. The addresses and re
ports indicated substantial prog-
ress, and the proceedings were
caller at this office while in Pitts
burg. He authorized us to say
that he would preach here on the
first and third Wednesday nights
of each month, and expressed the
hope that later on he might be
able to give Pittsburg a Sunday
GOOD, CLEAN. FRESH BUTTER.
Do you wish you could get fresh, clean, firm Butter all
summer, without having to worry about where you will
get just the kind you want ? Walker's Meat Market is
prepared to satisfy the most particular person. They
handle only the very best. See them before contracting
with any one. Prices right; quality highest.
C. L. WALKER, Proprietor.
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Williams, B. W. The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1912, newspaper, May 30, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1042686/m1/3/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.