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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

jwr -r - - "? ir'rr77W5ra'J?f 7,,9T?7Jw,Ku3qF '''ppip5"- Ef$? ?T" ' ? a 16 n in 3C 3C D Local INews Items D r 1 x t t U Who's next? Friday is decorat'on day. Big doings at Lake Park day. Sun- No more "booze" side. for the east Cut the weeds and clean the 1 streets. Wedding bells are still ringing in Krebs. I. J. Jonesris a new MinSr sub scriber this week. Mrs. Lethia Hutchinson moved tD McAlester. has Miss Marie Ilokey visited in Wilburton Sunday. Mrs. C. 0. Fee is a visit in Adamson. home from Mr. Tom Caswell is visiting her husband in Henryetta. S. P. Suggett transtcted ness in Kiowa Monday. busi- It seems as though "every body's doing it" in Krebs. Hairy Kiple transacted busi ness in Adamson Wednesday. Mrs. ,Ale Rice was on the sick list a few days this week. Silver Stizza has a position with the Marble works in McAles ter. Chas. Schade, the popular un dertaker of McAlester was here Monday. Phil Kewley has secured a good position at the Katy freight offi ces in McAlester. The "Po...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

TTTBJTO'F!, I, y-yjV Molly MCDONALD a mil 8YN0PSIS. Major McDonald, commanding an nrmy fiont near Fort Dodge, seekn a man to titercept hia daughter, Molly, who Is headed for the poat. An Indian outbreak la threatened. "Brick" Hamlin, aer guant who hna Just arrived with mea nges to McDonald, volunteers for the mission Molly arrives at Fort Ripley two days ahead of achedulo. She decides to push on to Fort Dodgo by stago In company with "Butler Dill" Moylan Gon zales, a Kambtcr, Is al?o a passcnjjfer. Hamlin meets the stago with stories of depredations committed by the IndlanH. The drlvor dosorts the stago when Indi ana appear The Indians are repuUed In attacks on the stage. Moylan and Qonzules nra killed. Hamlin and Molly plan to escape In tho darknoas by way of a uully. Molly ts wounded and Ham lin carrlos her They cross a river and go Into hiding. The Indians discover their escape and start pursuit, but bo In tho wrontr direction Hamlin Is much excited at finding a haversack marked ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

iFW w-Y -p r vtt -w A ,'' p V TENDERFEET WIN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HILL AND SONS, THE OAT CHAM- PIONS, ARE, COCKNEYS BORN AND BRED. City-bred in the world's greatest metropolis and untrained as to things t agricultural, were J. C. Hill and bis tbree boys when they settled on home steads at Lloydnilnster, in tho Prov ince of Saskatchewan (western Can ada), eight years ago. Today thoy are tho recognized champion oat grow ers of the North 'American continent, having won twice in succession tho silver challenge cup, valued at $1,500, at tho Fifth National Corn exposition, Columbia. S. C. Tho Plato, olllclally known as tho Colorado Oat trophy, Is emblematic of tho grand champion ship prize for tho best bushel of oats exhibited by individual farmers or ex periment farms at these expositions. Tho Hill entry won this year in the face of the keenest competition, hun dreds of exhibits being sent by expe rienced farmers from all parts of tho United StateB and Canada. Tho oats were grown on land w...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

1 The Oklahoma Miner -dj.ky b. bvkui. - Attorney & iw Build Your New Home Now! (i H a.zrzi . V.i.i.r Entered a mimd-di matter t ttopovoaVt Krvtn. Cfe Mw, atortfceArtof Jfareii:. 131. Sctmvffrtion Prk: OmYtm- - - - h0 Six tfonifcs 50e THURSDAY MAY 23. It8w Car uweeirUoeWnff mad hole i again potting forth iu detiiil ful (mnet. There' not aootber town oader the son that would tofcrate socb a irotsance for a mimits. Sooglor Owen b intttxkiced ai amendment to the Indian ap propriation bill providing for the early Keitieroent of the socalled thirty thousand land autU. It affects only those case -where it may be found that the amounts paid for Indian lands were ade quate and where there is no fraud inToWed. A vast section of the eastern side of the state is practically tied up by the litiga tion. "If all the wheat in Oklahoma were one grain the only place to plant it would be the Grand Can yon of Arizona, the only hole in the earth big enoug to hold it. If all the corn raised in the st...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

$, .Si i. COOKED IN NEW WAYS THREE GOOD RECIPES FOR PREP. ARATION OF CHICKEN. Will Be Found Pleasant Change From the Generally Accepted Methods Most Delicious Served With As paragus Special Stew. Chicken, Waldorf Stylo. Doll a chicken until it is tender; tnko It from tho lire and removo all white meat, which cut into small dlco-shaped pieces, adding two truffles, cut in the came way. Put the mixture into a Eaucepan with a pint of fresh thick cream, season with salt and pepper and allow to boil for twelve mlnutca, then thicken with two raw egg yolks diluted in two large spoonfuls of Ma deira wine. Stir this thoroughly in with tho chicken, also two ounces of fresh batter added in Bmall bits, and mingle without letting It boll again, then servo. Chicken, Asparagus. Cut a chicken Into quarters and put into a saucepan with a little butter to fry. When It begins to Bteam dust over with a little flour and fry to a pale brown, now sprinkling over a tcaspoonful of chopped parsley and a littl...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

r rw "r p I a)l8iteAJrvH 1 l 1 fm. L SJ Meet Me At L3KC laTK Sunday, June 1st. The management has acquired additional attractions for the park. An up-to-date Steam Merry-go-round has been in stalled for 3oung folks, and a set of ring slangs for the bath ers in the svimining pool. The bill in the Park Dome" for Sunday evening will be, "Her Last Chance" A Farce Comed3, by the Tiittaker Stock Co. .V OPULAR RICES REVAIL & mi Special Theatre Car Leaves Krebs at 8 p. m. EVERYBODY GOING! ft-" 3Z!rT m&MmmKmmummMmamimmwmmiMmmmmmmm "V . K w.i nip, i ,, , i i, i, u,j m,,!,,, wntmnwinniwi wwromwHaww

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

I'"-'' i ; o Lw t - jfci y Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913 Number 14 K- It i ii i ii it nm Tfnn iiinyiiiinwi Yale-Majestic McAlester The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays Coolest Spot in McAlester Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. Prices 5 and 10 Cents No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC Krebs Ha-Ha Gun Club. Closing of St. Joseph's School. EmiJjmm.jgia.MAHiJT'mK HmjMjumwMmM w . Big Doings at A large crowd was out at Lake Park to enjoy the band concert and other amusements on last Sunday and everybody seemed to have spent a pleasent after noon and evening at this popular resort. On Sunday June 8th a special attraction is offered the public. In addition to the many attractions, Pi of. G. A. Veseth, one of the most daring aeronauts in the councry will make an ascension in his monster balloon and a parachute leap after the balloon has attained a height of over one mile. The Rush Stock Co. will render that beautiful 4 act custume play, "Cinde...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

The Oklahoma Miner ED. BOYLE, Editor B. A. MARCUM, Bvs. Mgr. KRJSM. OKLAHOMA. OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Hew pototos sold for J-4J0 pr bwht In Carter last wsefc, J9ti claims to he um onlr to" Id tft eowntry wtUwwi a kEflkr with In Um etty MsnlU. To UNt ttM durability of a trunk a Toakawa Aral will throw on off the ! watsr tower of that city. The Greenfield Hstlr observes that HUfne county farmer and pros perity arc shaking hand. Tonkawa wants mora rata for the crop, awl Jjrtlarlll wants Icaa to peonls can attend the snows. The Hammon Booster tell of a local farmer who Mtvsn years ago had a cap ital o! J IS and now own 400 acrs of farm land. An operation was performed on th editor ot the Adair republican, a pot Hon of tha skull being raised from the brain. While gathering vegetable In herf garden Mr. H. Markley. of Oeary, was attacked by an enraged spreading vifor and sustained three bltea. It takes a vlepoalt of MO to Institute bankruptcy proceedings, and the Mc AloHtor Capital says a man ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

The Oklahoma Miner Dudley b. bukll Attorney at Law , Published Every Thursday I KREBS MOLESTER l&BIIBIS 1 fill? WW IIIISSIP lifllW Ed(tor McAIester Office Over American B.icMM.n.er National Bank. i Phones 982 & 897-1 and 2 Rings ED. DOYLE B. A. MARCUM Entered as second-class matter i at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price; One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - 50c I Jg We have the biggest stock of to THURSDAY JUNE 5, 1913. r a ar 3E3 0 D Local News Items D iLnmrrr i r- iperil John Riley was up from crate this week. Coal- Miss Jennie Rich is home from a visit in Halleyville. P.Cavanaugh is a new subscrib er to the Miner this week. Remmember the balloon as cension at Lake Park Sunday. Burba's Concert Band will give an open air Concert on Choctaw Avenue in McAIester Saturday night. Paul Saffa will leave Sunday night for the market where he will purchase one of the largest stocks ever brought so Krebs. No. S will start up n,ext Mo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

3irTxr JL JL A A IM.E .OPS s. yr i : -. : --- -::-, aa arsny mm aea F r I-jb- a mn M BBH'IH 4.'r M .. ror in ". i fcCfcni Mam. ftrtc wtw iuw jM arrived wmb aas- to HttnmmiO. imuw tar Oe Man antv at Fort KMrr 4y aeaa 4f aeheSuUe. Sfe lui:1aa a swat to rrt Cm4 fer MP U eBBBBaar artth "Votler BUI" nforlaa. xatHL nwmw. to alao a nMMtpr, TtMMla tfte tact wttn Mortis o Beaiiiliiioaa maitud fry tta iartiaaa, The ariver ecserta tii wfte IaaV aa esaaar Tb Indian are rsputaeri la artacfea an m atase. Moflaa end flaaaalae r ktttwl Haatna and Moitgr ate to escape in die aarkoaaa by war of a pdly Motty U wmnrfarl and Ham Ma) can-lea hw Thy eroea a rtver aavl 9 Into hfcttnc Tha Indians neeovar tlMlr me and Mart pursuit, sot ga ta Om maa, direction Kamila la moch exeWMt ac tadM( a haTrau:k marked C S. A. V asplatas tc Molly that ho wa In UM Ceafecerate ami and dlamlsaod la dta tn oaaer charges of rowardto At tho eJtet of tbo war ho cAliatod Is Cko rc sr aervle. Ho aay the haversack waa Cko propott...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

K V-. I -i GOOD SWEET SAUCES ACCOMPANIMENTS TO SUIT ALL KINDS OF PUDDINGS. Especially Delicious Is One for Those Who Prefer a Mixture Like the Caramel Sauce Containing Madeira Wine. Caramel Sauce Put eight table spoonfuls of will to sugar Into a sauce pan upon the llro with two tablespoon fuls of water. Stir It constantly with a wooden spoon for three or four min utes until all tho water evaporates and watch It carefully till It turtiB a deli cate brown color. In tho meantime put Into nnother saucepan twelvo ounces of sugar, haf tho yellow rind of a lemon sliced thin, two inches of stick cinnamon, and a quart of cold water Bring theso gradually to a boil and let them simmer for ten minutes, then add a wlno glassful of wine or half as much brandy. Strain tho wholo into tho caramel quickly, mix them together well, and serve the sauce with any pudding desired. English Sweet Sauce Put Into a saucepan the yolks of four eggs with four or five ounces of powdered Bugar and stir until It bec...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 5 June 1913

wiuujuwa.wmyjaia.ratMiw-iJiauwJBi Q3KA3H3nfiG W.irfji'Zwik'WSftiii ,rim...i. n in hhlpill 'Jin. HiiiimMPainiiiiiMmMHTOqMwi m Free Attraction! n AE& ml Kb ml I Is Sv V EH I MK"sgiBsegBggs And Parachute Leap . 0 I e y 7 Prof. G. A. Veseth, a most daring aeronaut has been en gaged for a series of old fashioned flights to be made during the park season, the first of which will be made AY JU will present "CINDERELLA," a beautiful 4 act costume play. TiTfnoh h i ilfc ' i jj Ride the Merry-go EXCURSION Special Theatre Car Leaves Krebs at 8 p. m. EVERYBODY GOING! i i ii i ii iwiwmiTTiTiimwirMin mil n I "LUI ' iifw iwnwgwi i 'T'f fm iHiiijujn

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

C - 4 f-o Ur (LjuC (L M -, Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913 Number 15 ! 11 iff &n Hi V-A W m ;: tewteggBKaMArairtgaiMaaaaaaawtMTOMts Yale-Majestic . McAlester The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays Q in McAlesier Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. rices No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC crag Near Krebsi A shot gun loaded with fine bird shot probably saved the life of Wadie Bardin, a shoemaker of this city last Wednesday. The facts as reported by Var din are about this way: For the past nine months he has been keeping company with Annie, the 18 year old daughter of W. R. Steele, -a farmer liv ing about two miles north of Krebs, near Gleasi i Prairie. Apparently, everything moved I alone serenely with Wadie and OONLIGHT PICNIC. To Be Given on Lawn of Gov. McAlester's Home Thurs day Evening, June 19. A Fine Program and Free to All. Be There. On Thursday evening, June 19 Krebs and surrounding commu nities will join McAlester in a great mo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

The Oklahoma Miner ED. BOYLE, Editor B. A, MARCUM, Bus. Mar. KREBS. oxlaho:tv OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES SHADOWS OF COMING EVENTS Jut 21 -tt octeJist nttuwj at "': hosM Oty. Bet. 1-Oet tOkbftlKMaa State Fair Oct. PtetMaatial etscUoa. Mi' Kingston is alanatac a tt,OM Meth- osttst Aaiwav Weatherfoni to ottering IS emu per pint tor Atom. J Xaw potatoes sold lor 3.J pr bwlMl la Carter last woek. Dataware eoonty c it lie kornM UMir eoart noose mad cottpiated the first alio last week. Tke Ponca Ooorler says a Kay coun ty turner ha wheat star feet algk. and Um beads are well tiled. The Rash Springs Landmark sa;.s boas are getting so "rateable a mr no longer considers It aneompliru n ury being called a hog. A Hastings farmer was ran over by & Binder; one tang was pierced by a guard. He will recover. The Oage Rownblicao-Reconl tells of neighbors who pat in flftr acres of crops tor a friend, whose horses were sick. A Bryan county man, on the eve of his trial for marder, dropped a doable barrels ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

TSV r & ;,.. WP V r in IE3 0 Local' News Items D The Miner 3 months 2oc. LAND OK BEAUTIFUL WOMEN The balloon goes up next Sun day at Lake Park. Miss Emma Barrett visited in Ilartshorne Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Bax-inddle has been quite ill for the past week. Misses Katie Church and Marie Hokey visite:l in Denison this xree'c. J no. Hayden, P. D. Wat'on and Dr. Gay of McAlester atten ded the shoot here Sunday. Tom Carano packed the Opera House at the opening of his new picture show Saturday night. Miss Ma'-y McCann came home from Henryetta to spend Sunday with home folks. She returned Monday. Dr. S. L. Goad who opened an office here a few weeks ago has moved to McAlester and can be found at 410 West Cherokee. Will Pugh, manager of W. E. McGowan's Stonewall News was a visitor in Krebs Monday. He was accompanied by his uncle. Writer In Harper's Weekly FellclUUa Spain for Country's Charm ing Daughters. To, (his day Spanish women are , the most beautiful in the world; thej hnve the little ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

Moily McDonald A TALE kr"3ovdor: Hy Lady of kg cofyiooKT una 13 SYNOPSIS. Major U'Iw.4lI fori.n.ari ling an wmf TKt ntar Kort j A,- " man to intercept hi dajjcr.ter Molly, wfco u htd for th poC An lr..1Un (Mtbrwtk Is threatened "Brl'-k" Hamlin. or geant who haa Just arrlvod with - to McDonald. volunteer tor tb mtaalon. Jtollr arrivoa at Fort Ripley two dar ahead of at hlul Bha decUlM te poab on to Fort Dole by ata In company with "Sutler Bill" Moylan Oon xalm, a camMor, U alao a paasengor. Hanlta maats Um nut with storta of depredation committed by th Indiana. The driver deaerts the atae when Indi ana appear The Indians are repulaed In attacks on the stage. Moylan and Gonsates are kilted. Hamlin and Molly plan to escape In the darkness by way of a gully. Molly Is wounded and Ham lin carries tier. 7 hey cross a river and go Into hiding The Indiana discover their pa and start pursuit, but go In the wrong direction Hamlin Is -much excited at tindlnK a haversack marked C. 8. A. Ho expla...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

0 If'i & JU& w HAPPENINGS OVER THE STATE EDGAR FENTON, OF LEHIGH, IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF LABOR FEDERATION. NOWATA P. 0, ROW IS SETTLED ' Miss Hattle Gore Lands the Place Which Was Sought by Editor Jeffries. Other Big and Little Stories of the State. While no olilcial count of votes In the election of ofilcers of tho State Fedoratlon of Labor has been an nounced, a very closo estlniute on' the majorities has been made. One hun dred unions were reprepented by about G.500 votes. The balloting opened May 1 and closed June 1. According to the utnfllclul estimate of the votes Edgar Ronton or Lehigh, was elected president bv a majority of about 1,000 over Pete llanraty of Mc Alebter. Sam Adkitu of Shawnee, re ceived an estimated majority of T.00 over Joe Johnson of Henryctta, for first vice president. George F. Hrady of Coalgate, was elected second vice president by a majority of 1,100 over A. W. Bennett of Cluckasha. John Khk, Sr of Coalgate, was elected third vice president by a...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

(WF" The Oklahoma Miner dvdi.ey b. bveia. J Attorney at Law ' d ur u a v tu a KREBS and MOLESTER ! Published Every Thursday Your New Home Now! McAlester Office Over American National Bank. Phones 962 & 897-1 and 2 Rings rst BOY LB A MA.RCUM FuKtw 3f ; Build Entered as second -clans matter t the postoffice at Kreb, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price: One Year - - - $1.00 ix Month - - - 50c THURSDAY JUNE 12. 191.3. Of Interest to Indians. The Cherokee nation ic the larg est with 31.499 members and the Choctaw the fourth largest with 15.917 citzens. Owin? to the in crease in mixed marriages gov erment experts declare that full bloods are destined to form a de creasing proportion of the In dian population and ultimatly dis appear altogether. We have the biggest stock of That there will be a sweeping investigation of the admistration of Indian Affairs in the United States, and that fhis proposed congressional inquiry will lead to radical reforms in present ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

vtTW Kwr-w '" V C1 4& ? MAKE SALADS OF ALL KINDS Many Tasty and Savory Dishes Are Easily Prepared at a Very , Small Expense. I mny havo told of the clever little houBowlfo who used to muko a venl pot plo with "plenty of gravy and sink ers and not much inent." Take a leaf out of her book and feed your family on BtowB with vegetables and light, delicate dumplings and well seasoned gravy, and seo If this will not suit them as well as meat In coarse abund ance Try Italian combinations of macaroni and cheese or noodles and cheoBo enriched with a meat gravy. Mako Bavory rice dishes In which the meat Is a negllble quantity and Is yet sufficient to render tho compound up potizlng. Introduco salads of all kinds, with French dressing or majnnnnJHa or one of tho good boiled dressings. Turn to tho generous choice of vege tables that como to us in tho summer. Fill tomatoes or poppers or cucum bers or egg plant or potatoes with a well seasoned Btufllng which contains no meat or only enough to...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 June 1913

,'V ?-'- Big Free Attraction! Balloon - scension! And Parachute Leap AT Park wftA A Prof. G. A. Veseth, the professional aeronaut who, on account of the rain was unable to make an ascension on last Sunday, has been engaged for this occasion. The Professor conies highly recommend ed and this promises to be one of the best exhibitions of the kind ever given in this vicinity. Remember, Sunday, June 1 5 th. any Will Present the 3 Act Farce Comedy, "Two Married Men." Jmm WW "Swimming is Fine" Ride the Merry-go-round EXCURSION RATES Special Theatre Car Leaves Krebs at 8 p. m. EVERYBODY GOING! miiimif it rwiiitw iMfurmtmrBn I r'k

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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