Pittsburg County Guardian (McAlester, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 7, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE PITTSBURG COUNTY GUARDIAN
"Cooperation—not competition— is
be life of business."—Dustin Newt-
We iloa't know. Jximetimes is
Ktrike< us that old competition was a
pretty fair old soul, after all. There
' one thing it gives that no other
,-ubslitute seems able to accomplish,
and that is SERVICE.
When Scott Heodon gets through
with the improvements in his ban*,
there *nll be no more convenlent
banking establishment in the staU
The entire building is being put
shape for a first class banking house.
And what is more that banking
house will have one of the l.vestw.™
young bankers of this neck of the
woods inside directing its business,
too. Begging anybody s parion that
may think you ought to wait till the
crape is on the door before saying
commendable things where they are
deserved, we can't avoid remarking
that men like Scott Hendon make
little towns into big ones.
J. P. McDanial and R. Hogan. of
Stigler were in the city Tuesday on
business. Mr. Daniels is in the auto-
mobile business and Mr. Hogen is en-
raged in the newspaper business
there. In speaking of the matter of
annexing Quinton Township to Has-
kell Countv, Mr. Hogen said he con-
sidered it'a matter for Quinton to
settle and he said he was going to
keep his paper out of the fight— ■
Quinton Times. ;
That's the sensible view. As the J
matter stands it's up to the people of j
Quinton Township to decide. The
Beacon has nothing to do with the ,
—. - ■-jggg-&sefr& wis
ton rownship should thmk before at^ • tive proof t)lat the Quinton
S^^'^lheXt^.; a"ti°p to*hehstete'capltol.^' tl,1'>g
.till more in store **£ \ proclamation hu- been is-a«l by
If t^ntf t^y take a
certainly lose prestige that come^ which in 1871. destroy-
oanner tuuun ■ --:rr_ ™muiI«ii« iiart of the Illinois metro-
We don't believe they are willing to P°P lou:> P"n °\ " . ..
vote themselves out of Pittsburg polis.
pons, i-ausiryr a damage estimated at
about $100,000,000. The practice of ob-
~P, i ■■ Kire Prevention Day is to
■ I eil the public into a closer ob-
We understand N B. Wheeler went serviince 0f the simple rules of fire
and got marriedd, but we can't lo- prPVention. such as keeping trash ve-
cate him. -o he must be hidin' out.— moved to places where it will not
Indianola News. create a hazard, the exercise of bet-
Don't be too hard on N. B. under t!# tP, oversight on the premises general-
circumstances, particularly when your )y aruj an understanding of the fact
...i i- «ii anvhow. Al- that fire loss is an absolute loss
somewhere, even though it is appar-
ently taken care of in insurance.
ci I run-< e— , . ,
evidence is all hearsay anyhow. Al
though it does look all-fired strange
that he is keeping himself so in the
back-ground when he ought to be
heading the Mendelssohn celebration
Giving women the ballot isn't going
to changs one custom—They 11 still
sit flat on the floor when they put an
thei -hoes and stockings.—Wapanucka
MANY WINNERS AT FAIR
IN STUART TOWNSHIP
Talawanda & Clover
MilW fresh every day from the best selected WhiteCom Jim
S5S fromS vermfn, and^suiteble for the U. tabl!
use. Insist on Talawanda and Clover Meal.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
WE GUARANTEE IT.
The A. D. S. Store
PATTERSON DRUG (X).
"The Home of
16 E. Choctaw McAlester
"THROUGH SERVICE WE GROW"
We have recently secured the distribution for the Litscfcer Lite-
The most powerful light and power plant on the market for the
money. A power plant as well as a light plant. Absolutely guar-
anteed for one year. See our demonstration plant.
Official Eisemann Magneto Service Station. Magneto, starts^
and Generator Experts. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BROWDER ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY
Phone 837 209 E- Chof?iW
Amonjf the winners in the recent
township fair held at Stuart, one of
the best township fairs held in Hughes
County, by the way were the follow-
T. N. Cullum, J. C. Holman D. D.
- i Muldin. Charles Summer G. W.
* ' Gould Shaddock I.ee Elms. L. J. Hil-
* lidav. Hood Shaddock. J. J Ander-
* <on A. F. Howell. Oliver Bishop. M.
* L Turner R. L. Hall D. M. Rogers. B.
* J Simnson. H. L Cane N W Watts,
^ s ! Shirlev Ca! Davis Will Shirlev
* B. H Crosthwa-t. Cooper Bell Pale
Roefrs M l Hogan Mrs. A. M.
lewis. Mrs. H. L. Crane A. J. Bevans,
Elton Harmon. All the above won in
tv,e varioos departments of livestock.
In fruit and farm products the win-
ners were Thomas Foster. Mrs. J. M.
P irn- N w Watt5. Elmer Parker
Mr- j. W Wilson H. L. Cran- Mrs.
Jenkins. Mrs G. J. Mastin. Thomas
Shirlev Mrs. Will Shirlev P. D .Maul-
dir. R. F. Baiter. Grady Simmons.
In the ladie's department the win-
ners we** Mrs. R- L. Jeans. Mrs. P.
T Ha!' Mrs. M E. Prickett, Mrs.
Tennie Ropers Mrs L. J. George. Mr*.
T B 4dams. Mrs J. T. Rruce Mrs. A
B. Mills and Mrs. J. W. Brule.
We Carrv a Complete Line
of all kinds of building material at the very lowest,
You will find here, every thing you will need in con-
structing vour new home or repairing your old one,
from the foundation to the roof, including the paint
and hardware. .... . ...
Come in and see us ^e will treat you right
T. H. Rogers Lumber Company
1-11 West Cherokee Ave. Phone 198
★ ★ *
ATTENDING STATE BOARD
* OF PHARMACY MEETING
A. A. Watson. Phone 980 M- S. Dur&n. Phone 739
Office Phone 1529
We Handle City and Farm Property
and Make Farm Loans
We Write Fire Insurance.
WATSON REALTY CO.
No. 4 So. Main, McAlester, Okla.
E. A. Daniels is in Oklahoma City
this week attending a meeting of the
State Board of Pharmacy. of which
he is a member. The board meets per-
idoically for the examination of ap-
plicants for admission as registered
pharmac-st,- in Oklahoma. A large |
class will take the "exams" this week
Postmaster Pres Lester was a
visitor to Oklahoma City last Friday
and joined the democratic thorng that
heard Governor Cox's address at the
Remember: You can get The
Guardian a year for SI.50.
DIAOND HARDWARE CO.
WE ARE HEAD QUARTERS FOR
*** * . * * * ***** * '
* FORT SMITH WAGONS *
* MILBURN WAGONS *
* MOON BRO. BUGGIES *
EVERYTHING IN FARM EMPLEMENTS
Our line of Hardware, Saddles and Harness are of the
best. It will be to your interest to look them over
before making that next purchase.
Diamond Hardware Co.
Phone 288 217-219 £o. Second St.
I AGENTS WANTED—Man with
! theam or auto who can give bond to
' sell 187 W"dtk:ns home and farm
i products. Biggest concern of kind
i in the w o i 1 $1500 lo $5000 yearly
income. Territory in this county
1 open. -Writ;* ' oda v to J. R Watkins
'Co., Dept. 116, Winona. Minn.
OF PITTSBURGH COUNTY *
Arranged especially for the *
convenience and information *
of all who desire profesional *
advice or services. *
I DR. F. L. WATSON *
* SURGERY *
* ajid Diseases of Women. *
* Office Hours, 2 o'clock *
* 21 East Grand *
L. C. Kl YRKENDALL. M. D *
Treatment and Surgery of Eye. *
Ear, Nose and Throat. *'
Glasses Fitted. *'
21 East Grand, McAlester. *
* J. W. ECHOLS. M. D.
* GLASSES FITTED
* New Csnibron Bid*. McAlester
* Dr. B. C. THOMPSON *
* Dentist *
* 21 E. Grand Phone 340 *
* McAlester, Okla. *
* DR. JAMES C. JOHNSTON *
* X-Ray Diagnosis and Treatment *
* and Diseases of the Skin *
* Office 21 E. Gi and *
| * Phones: Office 1432, Res. 797 *
1 * McAlester, Okla. *
! * *
Do vou need a typewriter ribbon .
Well, we have them, jus.t the kind
you want, at 75 cents each. Best
make, standard black ribbons, fit any-
machine. Also carbon paper. At
The Guardian office, 118 North Main.
McAlester All Next Week A"6'5803
Rupert Harrison Post No. 7q
Offers for its first Annual Fair Festival
Clarence A. VJortham's
WORLD'S ee SHOWS
The Traveling Coney Island of America
35 Gars - 20 Shows - 350 People - ft City of Amusement
and A Fascinating Brilliant Congress ot Entertainment. Complete, Clean, Whole-
some, Refined and Satisfying.
TRUCK FOR SALE—Two-ton
* T W
* Republic truck, complete equip- * *
* | *
ment; cab, windshield, body; * * * *
* good tires; good mechanical con-
* dition; price $600.00. Hardeman-
* King Co., McAlester, Okla.'
DR. VERNON BEE
216 1-2 E. Choctaw
AGENTS WANTED — Lady or
Gentlf man in the city of McAlester,
for Watkins Famous Products.'
Known everywhere. Big profits.
Write Watkins Company 55 Winona,
Better .-ee us for some choice farms.
We have placed some mighty good
farmers. Why can't we place you?
We have the farms and can arrange
Parsons Investment Co.
Over Pittsburg Hardware Co.
We have it- Farm or city property. Less'red tape.
See or write us for terms
Alfred W. Jones Co.
108 E. Grand Avenue * McAlester, Oklahoma.
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