Pittsburg County Guardian (McAlester, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 10, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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PITTSBURG COUNTY GUARDIAN
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* Luther C. Perry, Cor. *
Mrs. C. L. Walker, Cor. *
J. D. Tignor and J. D. Browder, well
known Canadian gentlemen, were in
the county seat Monday. Mr. Tignor
at one time published the Canadian
News, but later became postmaster
of the town, which position he now
Convicts at the state prison pave a
clever theatrical production at the
prison "auditorium" July 4. The play
was written by one of the inmates,
and was entitled "The Seaside Hotel,"
anil all the parts were taken by in- i
mates of the prison.
OF PITTSBURG COUNTY
Avvamred especially for the convenience and infor-
mation ofall who desire professional advice or services.
Harry Simmons, who was principal
of the Stuart public school when the
U. S. entered the war, has returned
to his home at Spaulding after twelve
months service with the A. E. I'.
Mrs. J. J. El wood and children at
tended the Fourth of July celebration
Claud Worrell and Charlie Rich-
mond attended the big Fourth of July
celebration at Allen.
A number of Stuart citizen.* attend
ed the picnic Fourth of July at Harts-
Fred Rogers, son of Rev. J. D. Rog
ers, of McAlester, who served over a
year in the Philippine Islands dur-
ing the war, arrived home at McAl-
ester July 4th.
Don Rogers was out north of stu-
art fishing and picnicking July 4th.
Miss Minnie Cannon left Sunday
afternoon for Haileyville to visit a
few days with relatives.
John R. Howell, J. J. Grant and Ce-
fus Grant, all of White Chimney, at
tended the Holdenville picnic July 4
Fred Rogers anil Miss Viola Ander-
son, of McAlester, visited at the J. R.
Perry home Saturday and Sunday of
last week. j
Bonnie Wright returned home last |
Friday, after twelve months sen-ice
Mrs. J. R. Perry was operated on '
Monday morning in the Sherman hos-;
pital at Sherman, Texas. j
Arthur Estes left Thursday of last
week for Tulsa, where he will work.1
Gordon Jackson, of Stuart, is work-J
ing in Holdenville. 1
Henderson Cook, Roy Stafford and |
Leonard Randaulph, who are attend-,
ing an auto school in Oklahoma City,('
returned Sunday night after several j
days visit with their parents here. |
jess Smith, who is working for the]
Forester-Boyett Drug Co., ; pent Sun- j
day in Kiowa with his family.
lawrence Robertson, who worked
several months in the oil fields in Tex-
as, returned home last Friday.
A number of Stuart young folks
attended the all-day singing at Rock
Point, east of Stuart, Sunday.
T. J. Davis, of Holdenville, who is
working on M. I.. Smith's new dwell-
ing here, spent the Fourth of July
at home with his famiy.
Benjamin McClure and family, of
near White's Switch, spent Saturday
anil Sunday iji Stuart.
* HAYWOOD. *
* Mrs. Grace Vann, Cor. *,
Mrs. Martha Greer is on the sick :
list this week.
H. L. Jackson and family, accom-1
panied by Miss Opal Jones, pent the |
Fourth at Hartshorne.
Ben Staples, of Pleasant \ alley,
was in town Saturday.
D. A. Pierce, of Gaither, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Grundy McCuiley's little son, Dick,|
spent a few days with him last week.
Mrs. Lynn of Pine Top, was a vis-
itor here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Callicutt and
son were McAlester visitors Friday.
W. N. Ragan was a business visit-
or to McAlester Saturday.
Mrs. Henry Fondern, of Kiowa,
was in Pittsburg Monday.
Arch Bell, of Kiowa, was in town
Mondry on business.
Hubert Ryan and Clyde Honia took
a trip to Ft. Worth last week, and
we are ijiformed that Clyde will not
return soon. Hubert returned Satur-
Lee King, who has been sick for
the past tvi,> weeks, is reported very
Mrs. Roy Dean, of Pleasant Val-
ley, was in town Monday.
Mr. L. P. Gibbs, of Ward Valley,
was in Pittsburg .Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baskin, of near
Blanco, were in town Monday.
Mrs. Hal Stephenson, who has been
visiting her mother in Durant, has
M rs. Martha Greer accompanicd
Mr. and Mrs. John Stubblefield to
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Haywood, of
Wilson, have been visiting Ad Boh-
reer and family this week.
N. W. Gaither, of Gaither, was in
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howell, of Pine
Top, were in town Monday.
Miss May Weathers has returned
home after an absence of several
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Walker and
little granddaughter, Joyce Nelms,
spent the Fourth in Hartshorne.
W. E. Browning has returned from
his vacation in Missouri.
Mrs. 0. C. Jacobs sent a very tempt-
ing box of extra large blackberries
in to the correspondent Wednesday,
and whipped cream and blackberries
were the chief items on the noon
menu. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs are well
known for their "extra fine quality"
of fruits and vegetables—also for the
greatest variety on small space.
Norman Sweeten is suffering from
a very severe attack of inflammatory
Jim Quick, of Pleasa'it Valley, was
in town Monday.
H. A. Childers has moved back to
Mrs. R. B. Greer returned Wednes-
day from Wesley, where she spent
several days with her mother, Mrs.
Drew Clark. Mrs. Greer leaves Fri-
day for her home in Ardmore.
Mrs. D. C. Callicutt celebrated her
husband's birthday Monday, by
inviting several friends and serving
cream and cake—thereby surprising
him. , „
Miss Jennie Silvia spent the Fourth
South Texas Lumber Company
-Phone No. 96-
for building material
Mcalester : oklahoma
* DR. j. H. McCRARY *
* Phone 341 *
* Office, 9i E. Choctaw. *
* (Over Fulton's Market)
* McAlester Oklahoma *
* ROBT. N. McMILLEN *
* attorney-at-law *
* Notary in Office *
* KRESS BLDG., McALESTER *
ALL WITH A NATIONAL REPUTATION
—OLD RELIABLE ROOFING
—LOWE BROTHERS HIGH
If you use any of the aijove line you will be more
than pleased to come in and let us show you how easy
it is to build now'. We carry everything you will need
to construct the entire building from the ground up.
If you trade with us you need to make only one
account. We will furnish all, including the plans and
COME IN AND SEE US—WE WILL
BOTH BE PLEASED
T. H. ROGERS LUMBER COMPANY
W. S. CROWL, Manager.
Phone No. 198 Ml West Cherokee
* J. W. ECHOLS, M. D. *
* SPECIALIST *
* GLASSES FITTED *
* New Cambron Bldg. McAlester *
* L. C. KUYRKENDALL, M. D. *
* Treatment and Surgery of Eye, *
* Ear, Nose and Throat. *
* Glasses Fitted. *
* Kress Bldg. MCALESTER. *
We Make Loans on FARMS and RANCHES, and give
immediate inspection of land.
LOWEST INTEREST RATES
EVANS & ROBERTS
203 East Choctaw Ave.
W. S. Harnett, one of the leading
merchants of Haywood, anil J. M.
Dudley transacted business in McAl-
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gadberry had
as their dinner guests Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Potter.
A large crowd attended the W. 0.
W. lodge Saturday night. Several
applicants were initiated.
Wm. S. Moore transacted business
in McAlester Tuesday.
Mrs. J. P. Moore and daughter
Miss Maud, Mrs. lvie I'lickett and
Mrs. A. 1>. Steinsick attended the
W. 0. W. Circle Thursday night.
Mrs. A. W. McClure is on the sick
Miss Loy Steadman. district man
ager for the W. O. W. Circle, was a
business visitor here Thursday.
Roy Adams and wife were McAl
ester visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Thos. W. Moore, wife of Post
master Moore, is convalescing after
an operation on her foot at her home
A. W. McClure was a visitor here
Mrs. Cecil Wilson, of Tulsa, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A
W. Potter this week.
A jolly crowd wont fishing Satur
dav on Coal creek. They report a
fine catch and a fine time.
The Misses May and Icy White
have gone back to their farm, afte
spending the Fourth here with thei
C. W. Donaldson and family have
gone to Magazine, Ark., to visit with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. ('has. Vann entertained a few
of her friends on Friday night, July
4, with a party.
The farmers are harvesting thei
grain as fast as the weather will per
Recent Haywood soldiers back from
overseas ere R. 0. Moore, Ira De
ment. Doss Adams, Arthur J. Lu
ker, Oliver \icCratic and Eldon Palm
C. W. Baldwin and family, of
Krebs, are spending a week's vaca-
tion hunting and fishing on Coal
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* THE GUARDIAN
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ACCOUNTS OF FIRMS,
CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS
This bank solicits the accounts of firms,
corporations and individuals, giving each de-
positor, large or small, our very best service
at all times. We pay 4 per cent on savings
accounts and compound the interest semi-
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
SAM L. MORLEY, President GOULD BRYAN, Cashier
"The Bank of Dependable Service."
HAMMOND'S CHINA WARE
LOOKS WELL ON YOUR TABLE. WEARS WELL AND
IS EXCEPTIONALLY REASONABLE IN PHICE
C. R. HAMMOND
The HALLMARK Store
It is a lamentable fact that Hailey-
ville conies mighty near being without
a preacher. Pro, (irimes, who makes
the north side once a month, is the
only pastor that has a regulai ap-
pointment in Haileyville.—Haileyville
Maybe the town doesn't need a
preacher. In which event, it is all
the more fortunate. Not that pieaeh-
aren't a mighty fine thing, but
,f a town doesn't require their ser-
vices it must be in an unusually classy
It costs money to see America first
on acount of our vastness, but it
loesn't cost a penny to see America
What about the fellow who is ware-
housing a million gallons of Kentucky
brew and can't sell it this side of the
Atlantic? It costs him something to
see America thirst, or we miss our
Vale, J. B. Corn—may the divil
take a liking to you.—Hartshorne Sun.
Some Oklahoma editors don't care
what they put off on Old Nick.
Now is the time the stay-at-homes
should make good use of the country
And also the canning club.
If all the newspapers would print
all the press-agent propaganda oil< red
them, there wouldn t be space enought
left in the paper- to mortise the edi-
torial mastheads.—The Ardmoreite.
In the chaste and elegant language
of the author of Peck's Bad Boy, "We
ihould smirk to twitter." Our only
regret is that the professional press-
agent can't see our waste-basket just
after the arrival of his periodical bud-
gets. He would have less to say next
time, and finally quit altogether.
It is impossible to patch up a dam-
aged reputation so that the patch
won't .show.—Stonewall News.
And new reputations are absolute-
ly off the market. So, dear reader,
be careful with your stock on hand.
Good streets and sidewalks are an
absolute necessity in a good town.—
In fact, they come in mighty handy
in most any kind of a town.
Bert Marcum, now with the Indian -
Citizen at Atoka, was up on the Glori-
ous Fourth, visiting his family and
DO YOU NEED MONEY?
Wfc, AKE OPEN FOR FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Ol'R RATES AND TERMS ARE RIGHT. SEE US
FOR A NEW LOAN OR RENEWAL. : : : :
We have a number of good homes
for jale. We are helping others buy
homes—why not let us help you?
Fire, Tornado and Live Stock
h . . HK V ( . - UV- * V
Detroit Vapor Oil Stoves Use No Wicks
But will burn Kerosene, Gasoline or Wood Alcohol,
separately or ini.xed. producing always a very hot, blue Manic
with no smoke. The principle of burning oil in this stove is
entirely different from that used in wick burners. The oil
Hows into a cast iron channel where it is conveyed into a
vapor or oil st.eiuii which passes directly into the air mixing
burners where the combustion takes ulace forming the
intensely hot (lame.
The flame can be turned high or low.
They heat quickly and cool quickly.
There is nothing about the burners to get out of order.
The burner i* a very simple device.
They are guaranteed by the manufacturer so we back
them as well.
Come into our store, get acquainted with this stove.
We will demonstrate it here, and go to your home and explain
any point you may not understand after you use it a few days
THREE STYLES IN STOCK.
Three burner table style. Four burner table style.
Three burner top with oven underneath like illustration.
C H AN EY' S
Furniture and Undertaking
phone 217 Mcalester, okla.
Office in McMurray Building over Pittsburg Hardware
Men who are prominent in this community on ac-
count of actual achievement; men who have made a
success of their own business undertakings—those are
the men who control the policies of the FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK—these are the men whose vigilant
supervision is an assurance that the best interests of
customers shall always be placed ahead of every other
W. S. AMBROSE,
Southern Ice & Utilities Co.
12. P. BREWER,
Natl. Bank of Commerce
Cattle and Meats.
WM. P. FREEMAN,
Chairman of the Board.
JAMES H. GORDON,
President Hale-Halsell Gro-
CHAS. E. HEAD,
, President First National
DR. GEO. A. K1LPATRICK,
C. W. CRUM,
W. J. W.ADE,
W. G. WEIMER,
"THE OLD RELIABLE""
First National Bank
THE BANK THAT SERVICE BUILT.
ADVERTISING PAYS—ALWAYS —IN THE GUARDIAN
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