The Pittsburg Enterprise (Pittsburg, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 24, 1913 Page: 4 of 4
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J. S. Minton made a trip to Me-
Waiter Evans and wife have mov-
ed to Mounds. Okla.
Jack Strange visited his sister at
Kenneteck since our last issue.
Forty-one pair of twins were born
in Oklahoma during April 1913.
The young people enjoyed a dance
at the pavilion Wednesday night.
Ves Brown, of Denison. Texas,
spent Saturday night in Pittsburg.
Any one desiring a water service
put in should see Kenyon & Bross.
J.W. Walkup is preparing to build
a barn on his lot back of the store.
Mrs. E. E. Culberson and child
were reported on the sick list during
The painter and paper hanger has
about finished his work at D. L.
Mr. L. M. Bridenbaugh. represent-
ing the Russell Hardware Company,
was here Tuesday.
Fred Neidringhaus. having sold
his interest in the block plaint, will
return to his home in Michigan.
Cement walks have recently been
laid at the Garrison place, now occu-
pied by Prof. Stitts and family.
Hyde & Stripping, professional
hat cleaners and clothes pressers,
were working our town Tuesday.
There was a dance at Union Hall
Tuesday night participated in largely
by young people from the Camp.
According to the assessor’s rolls,
the assessed valuation of property
in Pittsburg county is $21,000,000.
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Satisfactory work and courteous
treatment at the old reliable city bar-
ber shop, Jack Strange, prop.—[Adv
Dr. Mullins, of Kiowa, had a break-
down with his automobile in Pitts-
burg early Sunday morning, and was
detained for some time.
The ball game at the park Sunday
afternoon between Hartshome and
Pittsburg resulted in a score os 10 to
3 in favor of the former.
Car. be cut down if you buy your merchandise for casr. No othe- store of-
fers so many inducements to the CASH BUYER We make the owes: pr.ce
possible We carry the FAMOUS PETERS SHOES that car. rot be
exce.ied either in price or quality.
The THOROUGHBRED HAT has ro equal at double the price asKed.
Ocr lire of DRY GOODS is new. clean and up-to-date in every respect.
In our GROCERY DEPARTMENT you will find the best known lines
the country' produces, a: r.o hlgr.er prices than our competitors offer you on
Make our store your headquarters when in town.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63
Or Board of Education of City of Pittsburg, County
of Pittsburg, State of Oklahoma.
F.nanea. Statament for Ftsea: Y«a- her*' -g July ^^.ande-r-g Jure
1915: and Estimated Needs for Current Exrenses for the F.sta. re
Beginning July let 1913. end ending June 30th. ^1914 as .
, Requ.red by Sec 2. Chap 64 St*ior. J*s. ! 9.0.
A• CASH ACCOUNT
Cas- or a-.ds July let 1912. to cred.t of General Funds
Amount since received from County Treasirer
Tota. Balance and Receipts
Warrants Redeemeo .....................
Interest Pa d on Warrants Redeemed
3a a-ce * -.arcs of S. D. Treas. June 30tr. 1913
Estimate 'cr F sea; Year ending Jure
Unexpended Ba.ance „ — — ... — ----
3 2 $11.00
A?pr:v»3 Estimate oy County Exc se Board for Current Expenses
far tre Fiscal Yea'ending June 30th. '913. 3819.00
Wa-rants ssuec aga nst the above Estimate 3819.00
-C WARRANT ACCOUNT
Warrants outstanding July 1st. 1912 ...............$1763.75
Warrants ssjed against Estimate for, for Fiscal Year ending
June 30th. 1913 ..... ..........
Total Warrants....... ..............•••
Warrants paid ...............................
Balance Warrants outstanding June^oth. 1913
TAX LE;VY ACCOUNT
♦ T •• t c: acted o> County treasurer, and turned ovor to Sen.
D.strici Treasurer to Jane 30th. 1915
A Splendid Opportunity
to See Colorado
LOW FARES IS EFFECT
Prepare to Go
ROCK ISLAND LINES
and Liver Pills.
“For Working People.
PRICE 25 CENTS
TTku 'HamalL store
Cash on nand June 30th. 1913.
Total Assets .......-....... i
Warrants outstanding June 30th. 1913!
Total Liabilities ...............|
Estimated Needs Tor Use of School Board.
Estimated am/unt needed for General Fumd:
Fcr Salary of four teachers . \
For Repairs .....................
! For Fuel ..
1 For Library^and School Apparatus .....
, For Janitors..............
1 For Furniture and Supplies
For Interest on Warrants
For Piping and Equipping Buildings with Water Connections
For Wiring Building for Electric Lights ...
Total Estimated Needs
a- . rr
Estimated amount ne&^j^ for Sinking Fund:
Amount of Bonds and Judgments outstanding $9,000.00
j Interest to be paid ...................................
Sinking Fund to retire Bonds at maturity.........
Total Sinking Fund to be raised..............
PITTSBURG LIVERY BARN %
Write for Free, Beautiful Literature
Write or see
FAY THOMPSON H. F. HERBIG
Oklahoma City. Pittsburg, Okla.
Foster Garrison leaves this week
for his home in Pennsylvania, having
already remained here much longer Division Paseer.iw Aewu
than he had at first intended.
The Sweetwood building, on west
Tull Avenue, is assuming house-like
proportions, the carpenters being
engaged in putting on the roof.
Good rigs at reasonable prices. Hauling and transfe. /ork
solicited. Accommodations for drummers a specialty.
Hack leaves for Kiowa 8:30 a. m. and 5:05 p. m.
JAMES L. HAYWARD. Proprietor. ^
The Oklahoma School for the
Blind is now permanently located at
Muskogee, Okla. The state has pro- j
vided for some thirty or forty more Of Fiscal
as ex-officio street pupils than were enrolled last year;
STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF PITTSBURG, ss:
We. the undersigned Directors of School District No. 63. (or Members of the
Board of Education of the City of Pittsburg) 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
amounts enumerated in the within statement of estimated needs are reasonably
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.
E. W. Greer. __ ------------r.r----------------
commissioner, began street improve- and any person between the ages of
ment work yesterday. He has made six and twenty-one, whose vision is |
a street grader which seems to work defective and who is physically and
Do you know that when you trade
mentally able to profitably pursue
any one of the courses taught, is eli-
gible to admission. The education
Condition of Pittsburg Town, County of Pittsburg. State of p J TTS B U RG TO^VN ESTIMATE
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.
Itemized Estimate for Current Expenses for the Fiscal Year “Beginning
July 1st, 1913, and Ending June 30th, 1914.
Statement of Expenditures Made from Approved
ending June 30. 1913.
- giuic lu aummiuu.
at a credit store you are paying some q£ the bUnd through a state appro-
2* S^S “d? Anyone intend, or having child UsuT ^
cash prices.—Adv. tf
_ without sight or even partially blind,
Alvin Garvin and wife arrived in should write for catalogue and infor-
Pittsburg fiom Weleetka early this
week aud are occupying the central
Telephone building. He has accept-
ed a position with C. L. Walker.
For Sale.—Lot 23 in block 18, and
lots 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-
mation to O. W. Stewart, Superin-
tendent, Muskogee, Okla.
Received from Other Sources than Tax Levy
SUMMARY OF EXHIBIT “A"
practically Total Expenditures
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, and ad-
Estimates for Fiscal Year journed to July 14th. the following itemized estimate for Current Expenses for the
Fiscal Year beginning July 1st. 1913. and ending June 30th. 1914. was adopted:
$300.00 said estimate was subsequently, on the 17th day of July. 1913. advertised by pub-
300,00 lication in the Pittsburg Enterprise, a newspaper published and of general circula-
$509 01 ition in said county, the date of said publication being within five days after the
209 01 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 Clerx
| cf Pittsburg County on the 15th day of July, 1913. after being duly signed and
sealed by ail members of said Board.
The Legislatures of . ________________
every progressive agricultural state Balance on hand June 30, 1913
in the Union are making liberal ap-
propriations for the department of j
Demonstration Farms. In each of
the several states, the department is Warrants Issued and Paid
EXHIBIT "(T CASH BALANCE JUNE 30TH.
Miscellaneous Receipts for Contingent and Supply Fund
PURPOSE OF EXPENDITURE
The Pittsburg vicinity has been
unfortunate in getting no rain for
some time past, even while other ranging
operated in a little different manner,
but the appropriations for the work
are always liberal. Some of the
states have appropriated to the
demonstration farm work sums
from $20,000 to $40,000.
Baiance on hand June 30th. 1913.
to be Received
EXHIBIT "E” WARRANT ACCOUNT
Warrants Issued Against Contingent and Supply Fund, on Approved
Estimate for Fiscal Year ending June 30th, 1913.........
near-by localities have had refreshing That the Demonstration Furm De-
showers. Reports from farmers in- partment is being maintained and
dicate that the com crop in many appropriations increased in practi-
cally every state in the Union is
sufficient evidence as to the bene
places is being damaged by drouth.
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
C. W. Arnold’s family came up
from Wardville and spent several
days with him in Pittsburg during
the past week, but
for them to live in. Mr. Arnold
went to Wardville on last
and returned here Monday
after his business.
fits derived from such departments. STATE OF OKLAHOMA. COUNTY OF PITTSBTRG. ss fUNTV
We. the undersigned. Mayor and City Clerk of the City of Pittsburg, do hereby STATE OF OKLAHOMA CC »
r.rv.m-,1 nl said citv held on the first Monday in July. We. J. F. Bond. President f f r<
; Town Clerk ................
j Town Treasurer ............
! Town Attorney..........
I Town Marshal.............
Total Salary Fund —
| Park Fund .................
Fire and Water Fund .......
Street Lighting Fund
Contingent and Supply Fund
Street and Bridge Fund.....
I Cemetery Fund ............
. 300.00 .
Balance to be
OF PITTSBURG, ss.
■rd. and J. M. Somerville. Town Clerk, of the
im in Pittsburg during' If your grocer, or butcher, per- certify that at a meeting of the Council of said city held on the first Monday in July. ° ' D.„ . Cox . ' c, , , , , . , • 01 in,
* <« — - PCTishabk »b. —c,; „, ... S;T u:.-mnj rsw
he could not get ahouse j° fliaand ** ’ S »nd correct eondit-on of t.ne affairs of said the Board of trustees at a. me.tihg held on the first Monday of July, 1913. whicn
mold . law an IS a gerous person O forthe fiscal year ending June 30th. 191
Sunday, furnish your body fuel. Report him Dit<d th|s 7th day of Ju|y, 1913.
to look to the State Commissioner of Health, Attest:
| or County Superintendent of Health. J M Somerville. City Clerk.
ine diuvc auw iwi«|vi"« .— - - ■ - H6USJ3UI y. emu weie mauo oy
condit.on of tne affairs of said the Board of trustees at a meetihg held on the first Monday of July, 1913. which
was the 7th day of July. 1913. Witness our hands and seals this 7th day of July. 1913
Attest: J- F. Bond.
J. M. Somerville. Pres. Board of Trustees.
J. F. Bono. Mayor.
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