The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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The Pittsburg Enterprise
A Local Newspaper, a promoter of Home Katerprises. and a Cultivator of
Public Spirit. Published every Thursday at Pittsburg, Oklahoma
B. W. WILLIAMS. Editor and Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, PR ADVANCE.
Entered a* second clans matter at the post office at Pittsburg,
Oklahoma, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
TOWN AND COUNTY
L. H. Shaffer made a trip to Me- Give your business a distinctive
Alester Sunday. | tone by using pood printing, the kind j
j done by the Enterprise, at honest j
0. P. Coberly is recovering from and reasonab,e prices.
his recent illness. j ---—
J. P. Smith attended the meeting ,
The Pittsburg gin will grind corn or of the state Anti Horse Tnief Asso-
wheat on Saturday—Advertisement. | Nation at Sulphur during the past'
week as a delegate from his lodge in
Frank Godfrey was down from
the county seat Sunday visiting his
Rev. Fr. T. H. Mochino said mass
at the Catholic church in Pittsburg,
last Sunday morning.
A. R. Starnes has sold his house
and lot on south Main street, formerly
known as the Heisler property, to |
Wm. Grauwels, and will make his
future home in Muskogee.
The Fair,L.H. Shaffer proprietor,
will give away on next sales day a
fur scarf worth about $5.00.
Charley Godfrey and little boy
were up from Coalgate the first of
the week seeing the old folks,
Albtit W. Jones has the qualifi-
cations and will do at least one man’s
work if elected county treasurer.
Ten years a resident of Pittsburg!
county; vote forhim—Advertisement
The Banner store proposes to give
away to some lady, on next salesday
an all wool coat sweater worth $3.50.
A copious rain fell last night, and
continues today, thereby relieving
the drouth and g!adder!r,g the hearts
of all our people.
Joe Simpson, traveling salesman
for the Western Newspaper Union,
called on us Tuesday and received
our order for supplies.
If it is printing you want, anything
from a visiting card to a full-page
bill, the Enterprise job department
will do it for you right.
We have had several rush orders
for job printing this week that kept
us busy, and also occasioned a lit-
tle shortage in local matter.
Wm. J. Bryan, the "peerless” ora-
tor from Nebraska, delivered a short
address at McAlester Tuesday after-
noon to a waiting multitude.
Saturday, Nov. 2nd.
We again wish to remind you that Saturday, Novem-
ber the 2nd, is Everybody’s Sales Day; and we are prepar-
ed to fill all your wants in Rain Coats, Slickers, Coat Sweat-
ers, Underwear, Outing Flannel, Blankets, Cloves, Caps,
Shoes, and everything for cold weather. It is a matter of
test and comparison, and it is on this basis that we win and
hold the customers of this store. We invite you to come in
and inspect our line, and compare our prices with others.
J. F. Hayward, having moved a •
small building over from Kiowa, is |
having it repaired and added to with \
the intention, as we understand, of j
openining up therein a hamberger I
joint in a few days.
The report is being circulated that
C. W. Wilson, Socialist c? i<J:date for
commissioner from this district, has j
withdrawn in favor of his republican |
opponent. This is untrue. Mr. Wil-
son will be in the race to the end.
The architect of the treasury de- ]
partment has advertised for bids for!
the construction and equipment of a I
United States postoffice and court \
house building at McAlester. The j
building is to be three stories and a I
basement, fire proof, covering 7,500 j
feet ground area. Bids will be open-1 (
ed December the 6th.
J. J, Bohreer, a substantial farmer!
who lives a few miles north of here, |1
was in town yesterday with a load of I
cotton, which he sold at the gin. (
We "tackled” him to subscribe for j
this paper, whereupon his purse j
strings loosened automatically and a j
silver dollar came “kerplunk” into j j
our hand finding a safe lodgment.
His name was accordingly enrolled
and his paper marked up one year.
If we have your grocery business
we appreciate it; if not, we want it.
We will treat you right.—Walker’s
Harry B. Reed attended the
state meeting of the A. H. T. A. at
Sulphur during the past week as a
delegate from the Pittsburg local.
On the occasion of our next regu-
lar monthly sales day, November 2,
the Pittsburg chamber of commerce J does the merchant or banker,
will give a plow to some lucky farmer
Vote for Albert W. Jones, the best
man for county treasurer. One who
knows how to work and will work.
Ten years a residect of Pittsburg
county. Elect him.—Advertisement.
Early this week, in the superior
court, the jury docket was finished
Printed Stationery hr Faraerv
There is no reason why » farm
• r or tradesman should not usa
printed stationery, though he
may not need as much of It as
supply of printed envelopes and
letter heads would cost but little
more than blank ones, and their
use would result in several ad-
vantages We will even accept
orders for as small a number as
((X) envelopes, though the cost Is
somewhat greater in proportion
than when a larger number U tak-
We can put you up 100 good
Silver Wave per sack 1.25
Knox per sack_______ 1.35
Lilly per sack______ _ 1.35
Perfection per sack 1.40
Red Raven per sack Si .45
Every sack guaranteed.
Mexo Ja per lb_______ .30
Elardo per lb.......— .30
Golden Bend per lb. ----- .30
Peaberry per lb. _______ .30
Good Bulk Goffee per lb .25
Kept Fresh per lb.......25
Gimlet per lb----------- .15
Gorn 3 cans for_______ .25
Hominy 3 cans for_____ .25
Pie peaches 3 cans for .25
Purity Oats 2-lb package .10
Kennedy’s Oats 5-lb pkg .20
Washington Grisp per pkg .10
Kraut per can___________ .10
4 cans Axle Grease---- .25
Just received our fall line of
Men's, Ladies', and Children’s
Underwear, in wool, fleece-
lined, and ribbed garments.
Also a full line of Union Suits.
Prices from 50 cents to 3.50
4 Grown Raisins per lb .10
Fancy Peaches per lb .10
Ringed Apples per lb.. - .10
Apricots per lb____’---- .15
Seed Raisins 3 pkgs for .25
All fruits are of this year’s
packing. We just received
them fresh from the packers.
We have an extra fine as-
sortmentof Blankets and Com
forts, anything you are looking
for, all wool, cotton, and wool
knap, full size and extra heavy
weight. Prices from 75 cents
to $8.00 per pair.
Ladies’ Men’s and Boys’
wool and cotton Jersey Sweat-
ers and Goat Sweaters, in sol-
id and combination colors; fan-
cy striped, the very latest thing
in coat sweaters. Prices are
from 50 cents to $3.50.
We can shoe your whole fam
ily in any kind or style of shoe
you want. Gome in and let us
convince you that we are head
quarters for shoes.
We have an extra nice as-
sortment of Outing Flannels, #
in solid colors, fancy stripes, #
and checks. Extra heavy X
weight price .
Some. Lighter weight only .08i X
STAPLE GROCERIES. •
15 pounds Sugar for $1.00 Z
16 lbs Brown Sugar for
4 pkgs A. & H. Soda for
3 lbs Navy Beans for
Malt per bushel ... . .
Irish Potatoes .____
Gabbage per lb _______
Onions per lb___________
Apples per bushel _____
No. 1 fine salt per bbl
No. 2 Salt per bbl____
6 packages Table Salt
English cut bellies per lb
Light salt bellies per lb
D. S. Extras per lb____
Best Hams per lb ____
Breakfast Bacon per lb
five-lb pail Compound
10-lb Pail Gompound
and the jury discharged. Hence-, envelopes, with your return re
forth the time of the superior court j qUes* neatly printed on the cor
will be occupied only in hearing
ver. tor IkO cents
Who is Albert W. Jones? He is
j candidate for county treasurer. He
We can supply your wants for all j will bear investigation,
kinds of produce, fresh vegetables, | him before you vote,
fresh meats, cured meats, lard and j resident of
hams. We also have a full line of; vertisement.
groceries, with prices to suit the
quality.—Walker's Meat Market.
Ten years a
Guthrie Makes Good.
Files Deeds Deeds and I.ease.
The State Retail Merchants As-
sociation will hold its next regular j State of Oklahoma,
state convention at McAlester Jan.
7th to 9th. Adequate preparation
Department of Justice.
BANNER STORE, PITTSBURG, OKLA.
♦ PITTSBURG LIVERY BARN ♦ |
Good rigs at reasonable prices. Hauling and transfer work
DOES YOUR COMPLEXION SUIT YOY ?
If not, use
solicited. Accommodations for drummers a specialty.
Hack leaves for Kiowa 8:30 a. m. and 5:05 p. ra.
JAMES L. HAYWARD, Proprietor.
Deed from the Guthrie National
Bank to the State of Oklahoma for
lots Nineteen 119 >, Twenty ( 20 '.and
Twenty-one ( 21 ), block twenty-seven
— f. For sale by druggists only. Price 25 cents.
Will be paid for any case of Chills
(27 >, in the city of Guthrie, and the or Fever, Swamp Fever, Dumb Ague,
14-room residence thereon. Billious or Intermittent Fever, or La
Lease from the county commis- Grippe that
sioners of Logan county to the State SCHAAP’S LAXATIVE CHILL TONIC
of Oklahoma tor the Logan county ^Vill fail to cure if taken according
Oklahoma City, Oct. 9, 1912. court house at $1.00 per year.
for the meeting will be made and it ^ J. E. Nislcr, Mayor,
is hoped to have delegations present
from all over the state.
to directiong. It is the BEST CHILL
Guaranteed contract covering the.TQNIC ^ ^ ^ warranted
removal of all state property from
Oklahoma City to Guthrie without
This is to acknowlddge receipt any expense to the state.
cure. It is pleasant to take,
Almost every one is liable to need from you of the following instruments
the services of a notary public in the ;
the services or anoia.y ...........- Deed from the city of Guthrie to poses, and conditioned only upon
preparation and acknowledgement of the Slate of Oklahoma for a certain the location of the capital of the State
legal papers of various kinds. We tract of land in the city of Guthrie in the city of Guthrie,
prepared to render such service known as Capitol Square, with all
.ijifiiterpr ,e o-ti.e aui «6lix improvement* thereon, including the.
'r i if- s-i.-. ,Co»ve*twe Hill or Capitol BufldJng J
AH of these being for Capital pur- J OH ^SCHAAP & SONS,
For sale by all druggists.
IUn F. Hakkiqon,
SrretLry of State
Mail oirlfrs fur Job printing.
A'iion a on mips: Died by the cash,
will reoeivo our prompt niton lit*
For sale by druggists only.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
Bond’s Pharmacy, under Food and
Drugs Act, June 30, 1906. Sesial
CRAND AVENUE HOTEL
Under new management. A cozy, home-like place,
where the rooms and beds are in first class order,
and the table is supplied with the best the market
affords. Accommodations for commercial men a
specialty. Rates $2.00 per day.
N. E. WILEY. Manager.
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Williams, B. W. The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 31, 1912, newspaper, October 31, 1912; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1043084/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.