The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 17, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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LOCAL AM) EDITORIAL
1in. Holder has
vlsitisc a: Lett-gfe.
rf jTTjed from
Artflur Buber ’»k ia tae picsic
at Cote&as Friday ar.d Saturday.
Ary ore desiring a water service
put it should see Kenya* St Bross.
Raips Loba.gr ■*ai doart from
Eofa .a Suaday vlsitir^ r„s parents
Mrs John Coffey has
from a two-weeks’
at or rear I.Vjrav
Tom Good wit *.od family form-
ed/ of this plate but tow ivieg >
Purce l. were r.ere tt.s *«/
Satisfactory' work aad courteo .s
treatment at the o.d re~ab.e city bar-
ber shop, Jacx Strange pro? — [ Adv
In his damage *.1 against the
Rock Island, tned last weex at Ato-
Ka. Bob P.lnahar jot .tdgment for
J. R. Hogat. representitg the Mc-
Alester Conor. Oii Company, was in
our city Friday dickering with A.
W. R. Holden._
H B. M.rer of the MtAlestcr
bar, was here Monday representing
the county attorney in legal business
before the justice’s court.
Waiiace Wilkinson, an attorney
from McAJetter. was r.ere Monday
defending a client in Judge Knight’s
court, charged with a crime
R. M. Winn, charged with killing
a cow, had his preliminary trial be-
fore Judge Knight Monday and was
bound over to the superior court
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63
Or Board of Education of City of Pittsburg, County
of Pittsburg. State of Oklahoma.
ise for cis' Nootner store of-
:e owes: pr.oe
car rot be
Car. be cut dowr. j? you buy your T.e'or.ar
‘e's so mary inducements to the CASH BUYER
pcs si e We carry the FAMOUS PETERS SHOES t'.at
exoe. ed either.r. price orqua.lty.
Tre THOROUGHBRED HAT r.as no ©qua a: oo.o.e the
re o' DRY GOODS s rew. clear and up-co-cate ir, every respect
.* GROCERY DEPARTMENT you will ford tre oest Known iires
vt co-r.:*y p'tc.oes. a: r.o r.gr.tr pr.ces than our ccmpeditcrs offer you cr.
,Va*e our store y&.r headq.arters when in town
far r-sca Yaa* ***** -g J-! 1*. 1912.anaJune 13:
9:3 : ud£it.*w^ Meads for Current Expan*** for the F.sca Year
3ef-wt-« Joy 1st. 3915. aid Midmf Jure lOtft. 19! A as
Rs;. -*d b* Sec 2 Crap 54 Sess .- Laws ;9!0.
K CASH ACCOUNT
Cas- or ar.as Jj i *.sl :9’2.to :**d.t of Ge't'a F-r.ds
Amour: s ice -ec* -eo from C»et) Treasurer
Tru Ba a ice and Retep'-S
Wamrts Re-peene; ..........■■■■••
Interact ?a 3 or. Wi—a.-:s Redeemer
Bii-ce - -1-35 3* S D T*e»s Ju-e SO:-. 19 :1
-B ESTIMATED ACCOUNT
Unexpe-:*d Ba a-:e Eaumata for F sea Yeare-d rg Jure
I : Jii.oo
Apprcrec Esc— »:e 3. Co.-:.. Ex::s* Beard for Curren: Expenses
fa- re F sea Yea- etc rg Jure 30th 1913, 58i 3 00
Warrant* ss.e: aga *s: tre aaeve Estimate 38 : 9 00
-C* WARRANT ACCOUNT
Warra-.:* outstars.rg July 1st. 1912 $1763.73
Warrants ss.e; ag* *s: Estimate ‘or for F.sca! Yea* ending
June 30th. 1913 .........................
Totai Warrant* .................
Warrants pa d
3a.i-;e Warrant* outstanding Jure 30t* 1913
-D" t TAX LEVY ACCOUNT
Tou a—c: »;ted by County treasurer and turned over to School
District Treasurer to June 30th. 1913
Stephen Gold, of hgiianola, an old
time friend of the editor, had busi-
ness in Pittsburg a few days ago and
made a pleasant call at this office.
The interior of the Bank of Pitts-
burg has recently been much im-
proved in appearance by the labors
of Eld Savage, painter and decorator.
Do you know that when you trade
at a credit store you are paying tome
dead-beat's bill? Trade at Walkup’s
Cash Store and get your goods at
cash prices.—Adv. tf
A Splendid Opportunity
to See Colorado
LOW FARES IN EFFECT
Prepare to Go
ROCK ISLAND LINES
Wm. McCormack, of Pounds Val-
ley, was in town early this week
taking out a new mowing machine Write fw ^ Literature
and Liver Pills.
“For Working People.”
PRICE 25 CENTS
T!U ^a-KdJJL Uanr
Gasr or. hand Ju-e 30th. 1913.
Warrant* outstanding June 30th. 1913
3793 1 3
Estimated Needs for Use of School Board.
Estimated amount needed for Genera! Fund:
Fcr Salary of four teacher*
For Repa:rs .............
For Fuel............... ................"
For Library and Scr.ooi Apparatus
For Janitor*.............................. .............
Fc- Furniture and Supplies ........ .....
For Interest on Warrant*
For Piping and Equipping Building* with Water Connections
For Wiring Building for Electric —grits.....
4 Total Estimated Need*
Estimated amount needed for Sinking Fund:
Amount of Bo^ds ar.d Judgments outstanding $9,000.00
interest to be paid......................................
Sinking Fund to retire Bonds at maturity
Total Sinning Fund to be raised .......
which he had purchased from the
Culbertson Lumber Company.
For Sale.—Lot 23 in block 18, and
lot* 7 and 8 in block 57, Pittsburg,
Oklahoma. I Would like to sell
these three lots together, and for
cash.—J.G. Mason, Brownwood,Tex-
Write or see
FAV THOMPSON H. F. HERBIC
DtTutor. P»**«r Ager.t Ticket Afar*
Oklahoma City. Pittsburg. Okla.
PITTSBURG LIVERY BARN
Good rigs at reasonable prices. Hauling and transfer work
solicited. Accommodations for drummers a specialty.
Hack leaves for Kiowa 8:30 a. m. and 5:05 p. m.
JAMES L. HAYWARD, Proprietor.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ - :♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Cities and towns in Oklahoma
should avail themselves cf the
State's laboratory facilities by hav- j
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF PITTSBURG, ss:
We. the undersigned Directors of School District No. 63. (or Members of the
Board of Education of tne City of Pittsburg j County of Pittsburg. State of Oklaho-
ma. do hereby certify that the within and foregoing statement of the fiscal condition
. of said School District ;or Board of Education) is true and correct, and that the
▼ a-rounts enumerated in the within statement if estimated needs artrea^
necessary for current expenses in the proper conduct of the affairs of said School
We further certify that said statement of estimates were prepared and made at
a meeting held on the first Monday in July. 1913. the same being the 7th day of
A. B. Cameron. Director
J. M. Somerville. Clerk.
D. B. Hall, Treasurer.
J. W. Walkup handed us the nec- jng the public water supply tested Of Fiscal Condition of Pittsburg Town, County of Pittsbui%, State of p ITTQ R II R O TO^^N ESTIMATE
essary wampum, the other day. to at frequetit intervals. Nothing is
his renew subscription to this paper, more important t0 the hcaIth of a ;
both for his own copy and the one, community than its water supply.
he is sending to his father in New
Mexico. Reader, go thou and do
No cost for examination is made. A
special container and printed instruc-
tions for taking the samples, may
W. T. Burgess, of the U. S. mine j be obtained by addressing the State
Oklahoma, for Fiscal Year beginning July 1st. 1912, and ending
June 30th, 1913; and estimated needs for Current Ex-
penses for Fiscal Year beginning July 1st.
1913, and ending June 30th, 1914.
rescue station at McAlester, was
Pittsburg Thursday, and that night.
Laboratory, Norman, Okla Ap-
plicants will be required to pay ex-
at the Union Hall, gave valuable Ptess charges on containers both
lessons of instruction as to methods ways. Learn what you are drinking.
of rendering first aid to the injured
in mine accidents.
The Oklahoma School for the
Blind is now permanently located at
Statement of Expenditures Made from Approved Estimates for Fiscal Year
ending June 30. 1913.
Approved Estimate for Contingent and Supply Fund
Warrants Issued ...................................
Received from Other Sources than Tax Levy.....
Surplus . ■ ..............................
The pony driven by C. L. Walker Musk°gee’ 0kla- The state has Pr°* T R#.#|Dt.
to his delivery wagon scared at an vided for some thirty or fortv more Total Expenditures
automobile and tried to run away PUP‘*S l^an wcre enrolled last year, 3a|ance on ^and June 30. 1913
with the result that Mr. walker was and any PCTSOn bctween the a«« of
somewat injured about the hrad^ six and twenty-one, whose vision is
and his two little boys were thrown
out of the wagon but not hurt.
SUMMARY OF EXHIBIT "A
EXHIBIT C CASH BALANCE JUNE 30TH. 1913.
defective and who is physically and Miscellaneous Receipts for Contingent and Supply Fund
mentally able to profitably pursue Warrants Issued and Paid ..... .........
any one of the courses taught, is eli- Balance on hand June 30th. 1913. .....
For the month of April 1913 the K'ble to admission. The education
of the blind, through a state appro-
priation, is made absolutely free.
Any one interested, or having a child
without sight or even partially blind, j
should write for catalogue and infor- j
State Health Department filed re-
cords of 1612 deaths and 2,227
births. Of the deaths 129 were
children under one year of age and
thirty per cent of the total of deaths
EXHIBIT "E” WARRANT ACCOUNT
Warrants Issuee Against Contingent and Supply Fund, on Approved
Estimate for Fscal Year ending June 30th. 1913.
Warrants Paid .......................................
were children under five years of age. mation to O. W. Stewart. Superin-
tendent, Muskogee, Okla.
Mrs. J. A. Knight came near hav-
ing a serious runaway accident Sat-
urday. With her two children in the
buggy she was driving across the
railroad track when the horse scared
at a hand car and in backing threw
GOOD JOB PRINTIN':
Is sot the reault of chance, bm
'he product of skilled labor. gn<ii
material, and pains taking effort
We place these at your service.
EXHIBIT "F GENERAL SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Cash to Credit of Contingent and Supply Fund June 30th. 1913 $209.01
Total Assets June 30th, 1913 ................. 209.01
Assets over No Contra Liability. June 30th. 1913. , 209.01
Itemized Estimate for Current Expenses for the Fiscal Year Beginning
July 1st, 1913, and Ending June 30th, 1914.
At a meeting of the Board of Trustees held on the first Monday in July. 1913
pursuant to the provisions of Section 2. Chapter 64. Session Laws of 1910 ana ad-
journed to July 1 4th. the following itemized estimate for Current Expenses for the
Fiscal Year beginning July 1st. 1913. and ending June 30th, 1914, was adopted,
said estimate was subsequently, on the 17th day of July, 1913. advertised by pub-
lication in the Pittsburg Enterprise, a newspaper published and of general circula-
tion in said county, the date of said publication being within five days after the
completion of said estimate; that said estimate was certified to the County Excise
Board within fiqe days after it was completed by filing a copy with the County Clerk
cf Pittsburg County on the 15th day of July, 1913. after being duly signed and
sealed by all members of said Board.
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF P1TTSBTRG. ss
We. the undersigned. Mayor and City Clerk of the City of Pittsburg, do hereby
certify that at a meeting of the Council of said city held on the first Monday in July.
1313. pursuant to the pr visions of Section 2. Chapter 64, Session Laws of 1910.
her and the childicn out buggy with j -n<^ B will pay you to give us your j the within and foregoing statement of the fiscal condition of said city was prepared.
the result that she received a slight
bruise. The harness was badly bro-
ken. and the horse got loose from
orders. We ere prepared to print
carde. statements, letter head*
envelopes, circulars, catalogues
sic with neati.es* tad dispatch
and that said statement shows a true and correct condition of tne affairs of said
city for the fiscal year ending June 30th. 1913.
Dated this 7th day of July. 1913.
Attest: J. F. Bond. Mayor.
J. M. Somerville. City Clerk.
PURPOSE OF EXPENDITURE
Total Salary Fund
Park Fund ...........
Fire and Water Fund
Street Lighting Fund
Contingent and Supply Fund
Street and Bridge Fund
to be Received
Balance to be
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF PITTSBURG. *a
We. J. F. Bond. President of Board, and J. M. Somerville, Town Clerk, of the
Town of Pittsburg, in Pittsburg County. State of Oklahoma: dn hetoby certify that
the above and foregoing estimates are correct and necoaaary, and wave made b>
*.he Board of trustees at a meeting held on the first Monday of July, 1918. which
was the 7th day of July. 1913. Witness our hands and seal* thi* 7th day of July. 1913
Attest: J- F
J. M. Somirvu Pres Board of Trustees
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