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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 June 1913

jr l rm"v yw V t' Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913 Number 16 IIJIIIIIlI ? Yale-Majestic McAlester The Home of Pleasing Photo Plaj'S Coolest Spot In McAlester Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. GAS FRANCHISE. To Be Voted Upon at Mi- Alesteron Saturday .Tune I st. Prices 5 and No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC asjaaBjjaatfiatjajftitfB'fAMUiiaafi iTimjj Steele Bound Over. I In the preliminary hearing be fore Justice Heathcock last Mon day, W. R. Steele charged with shooting Wadie Bardin on Wed nesday of last week, was bound over in the sum of $500 to await the action of the district court. The prosecution was conducted by Asst. County Attorney Hig gins of McAlester and Attorney Buell of this city, while Fuller & Porter looked after the defence. .Young Bardin was considera bly " rattled" during the exami nation and at one time broke com pletely down. He stated that he procured his license on Monday when they showed to be dated Tuesd...

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. — 19 June 1913

"''"IPllfBflfP' T" T1S'W w' T"" rs -wr tT" 7T'7,lFf'TFT3'5?" : ht fi ws WK i Vr bf BWr" if V !& T LK 4' The Oklahoma Miner EO. EOVL. S. A. JtfAJSCWV, 2t. jr. KSZ&e, azujKnu. OKLAHOMA HEWS NOTES AOOW Q CGfltG EVCCTi. Jr X t amto. ft.!.- iMransr t-mrr ' - r'm tcrmtwamtf wnmrn. A. S 1V. fhi&f mxmm imwrnBiam. Juwanaa m- n trnmmmt Cum rr. ! tf wrttt iwlt atols At fltfTT , Kwl ciairB Sat rr vet m-HMini rear O. til M flin Can 0H, r-j4mHmi limtia. Cmm4 rjr 4f. U-UTHtaM Cer . J. nw rr. tr tM . K; iMdtote s rr avc lU-fcrw O y , ttn Cut O t ny a INhu f-l Ma Cwnrtr Paar, 1j3 U-1-., Ciwtr rear, flfc M-lt-Meta y TMr. w M--! Fair, fiiiw -fiwMMi Owttr Pa 0tr JItJfcrtt tt-ft-nttttar Otwtr Fair, MAMfr u lX lt-lSPtoitMOfciiMtfU CaMtr Wr. a Kertlilfjarttto' Comfy ftstr, Oct. l-4-J4tomi Comrty Fair. BUIr. Oct, 14-14 Tafcm Comfy fair. Broken Av. A Wood county fanner has a herd of mnl-tooted hogs. A Xew Mexico judge Fn fenced a uun to tha penitentiary tor 100 rears. "Oil Pwr Over One Hundred,"...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 June 1913

in ex: 3E 3 EXE a j Local News Items D Liar ' it icacJJ Carmen Celebration H. W. Kiple advances his sub scription to the Miner 52 weeks. Dr. F. Y. S. Moore, the Mc- Alester veterinary," hands nice order for job work this week. The Boosters vs. the Elks at League Park in Mc Alester Sun day afternoon. Game called at 4 o'clock. The annual celebration occurs this year on Webnesday, July lGth, at the old fair grounds. The day will be a gala one and n Acr.Al'Nii rvv-p IN Krebs Property Sam Oppenheim and Ray De Lamater of McAlester, attended the Doyle-Malloy wedding here Wednesday morning. up a an all-day picnic will be held. In the evening, commencing promptly at 7:30 will be shown one of the grandesi displays of fireworks ever displayed in this remembers the gorgeous display improvements ,r,'.mn locf ,rnni. Kllf tin nnVtlPK O. UOUU . S.VV.1I ittCl JTHIW, ... w J - a x-u iuw " in charge say it win De mucn better this year. The fireworks are all here, so vou can rest assured there will m, ...

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. — 19 June 1913

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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. — 19 June 1913

m r & THE WEEK'S NEWS IN 1,900 SQUARE MILES IN STATE WILL BE FREED OF THE FEVER TICK. BIG ASSET FOR LIVESTOCK MEN Northeastern and Central Portions of Oklahoma Are Included Other News of the State. Approximately 1,900 square miles of territory In Oklahoma will be freed of the fever tick and placed above the quarantine lino next September, ac cording to Dr. F. W. Brewer, super intendent of the field work of the United States bureau of animal hus bandry. "The territory which will be fin ished up on July 1, Includes all of Ottawa county, a part of Delaware, all of Nowata, the greater portion of Washington, a portion of Osage and McClain and the remainder of Grady and Comanche counties," Dr. Brewer said. The work of tick eradication was started In these counts on July 1, 1912. This will place approximately three fourths of the area of Oklahoma above the quarantine line. When the work was started in 1906 about half of the state was free of ticks by reason of the climatic conditions. ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 June 1913

mmmmmmmmimmmm'm wiuiju.. fTvrddahomaMBnof jet - our New Home INow KBEB- irf 1fl?7EZ tPBRBPBUBBI mMHfj 9 Wy HtJUwftfe &oejhr AnrcKi jgaOiwBa Bask. Was a So3css. 1 ix, mm We have the biggest stock of mmmmmm'mmmmm Bcfld Y E '4M -s a KfusW fcja t x'O-r ttoe Act vf Haw ?, .I UK, 111 I I III WW ! i ' ' ? 'jrjfttfM Prices Jf v v - - - $$e im w ' ' ' 0ttt4aSM SUU f air- TM? Mae mo rm A ihte 'fmm lis for Urn (Jkkfom -'! YmhmA Zx6&m U fee 4'm (jkfa&wm My Set- 'tMf wr fe ww sod give a ; v 4tatff m4 priz to I gtam j - Ua big? d xt law aej -.- ifatory 'A Okmhrna. lU-r r wmm A ttm eww Ua- jrx A tto tutor ma4 expw&tim ' trta toy tint fncmfam Mat; NaitMfo iuA km great bm4 for ' fM$r perJMi, Tfe !& Pat irm titom wtib mure (Jam 1 -otjr Mtarm&tm. VnftM ,yWje A4ir in drift and war invMMwr, "HeUer Betne UjUt" wltfe $50 in eab pr luwttm, tHmw'&m4y mwnl 'trvu- ftm of mmy frejthown, 'the Thrtt! ItoVUm, w&iely1 4tMHrtem florae Htovw net. V'rttrth ftMJ me HHttw Uir hu nittHt K...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 June 1913

''zvyy&'&ww!'' r r USE STRAWBERRY AS FLAVOR How Thin Most Popular of All 8ummer Fruits May De Put to tho Dent Use. i Old Fashioned Strawberry Short cako Put four cups sifted Hour Into a mixing bowl, add half teaspoonful ol salt and mix well. Chop In three large tablespoons butter. Dissolve one level teaspoon soda In a little hot water and add with a well beaten egg to one largo cup sour cream or rich sour milk and one tablespoon sugar. Mlj well together with a Bpatula or flex ible knlfo, hut do not handlo more than 1b necessary. Roll lightly and quickly Into two thin shoots. Bake In well greased tin. Lay one sheet brushed with butter. When dono separate them and cover tho lower half with a thick layer of crushed and sugared strawberries. Place the second short cako on lop of berries, cover with whole berries, dust with powdered sugar and Bervo with thick cream. Sweet milk and baking powder can be UBcd Instead of sour milk and Boda. Strawberry Charlotte Russo Cako Whip ono pi...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 June 1913

llIILJUIIilLIIBIM,HiWW'a!MJfa'ilJIWMWJIUlt.BWlUlJWUWIAI.IB,UllLllJlllltl I e ii . ra.liiill;1ia.i.)w HniTiarnmf lUBjgjwBjHBwwMumuM mi i lyjjwwtyjwiwujauiu o BIG FREE AND 3 C ....AT c 0 ompany At the Parkdome Will Present JJ High Class Specialties s. Concessions Open Entire Evening. Watch for 4th of July Program. I J& hk -rhS& U mwmwi is rm Ride the Merry-go-round Special Theatre Car Leaves Krebs at 8 p. m. EVERYBODY GOING! wmu 'WTOt'.V f vC - w rri rmnHfwrmnnwriiiL lhjj. . m BffFffPWPaW!Hgai,Hg iimmh ago IHfllMfl E?

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

'rHRf' 7 y-cloSry edg "z2if . fc Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913 Number 17 11 IST .& Sr " '"w-'Wi'HMffiimi IH ', MWTIHll ii'UltfMMMHUHPilll'l I'ii Yale-Majestic er The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays H Iii McAlesler Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC Still Gambling. Notwithstanding the "lambas tin" given McAlester's "400" by the recent evangelists, Rev's. Price and Bulgin, at the big re vival just closed, the "Silk stock ing" bunch of that place still persist in their games of chance. Almost any issue of the papers of that city will be seen where Mrs. so and so won top score and was awarded a pair of silk stock ings. But the meetings have closed, the evangelists gone, their words forgotten and Monte Carlo still flourishes. , It would'nt surprise us one bit to hear of a "stud poker" game or a crap table in opera tion at some of these swell (?) functions. Gun Club Scores. aastgaa-V-IJ mnx!3:Mmvvir9T...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

- Tir!rajsOTK"rf f The Oklahoma MinerlTHF UIPFK'S NFUR ED. BOYLE. Editor B. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. KIUSDS. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES SHADOWS OF COMING EVENTS. July J-J Annual Round -Up. Pwjr. July 7-Aug J Cotton grading school. Stillwater Auk lt-rs OktatioBM Statt FaderaUoa of Labor Convention, Muskogee. Sopt. s-u Rwa Spring Carnival. Sopc 1-1 rottawatomle County FWr. Shwae. San, id Celebration of opeataa ot CtMwoRoe Strip at Perry. Sunt. M-Ort 4. Oklahoma Stat Fair. uet 6-u MmkocM nur. 5U ld-U Peanut Carnival. Duncan, Oot 3U I J Prceldentta atoctlon, Mexico. County Fairs. Ave li-ld TlUman County Fair, rrod- St - Northwestern Oklahoma Fair, Woodward Sept 1S-1S Klnxflsher County Farm ers Institute and Fan-. Xlngftsher. Sept ld-1 Orer County Fair. Man- Sop. IS-IT Caddo County Fair. Aaa- dartto. Sopc 1-1S XcClaln County Fair. rntraO. Stan. It-1 Beckham County Fair. EDt City Sept. It-Id Btaln County Fair. W Sapc !- Pa wbm Fair, Pawn Sept. 1-Jd Pawn County Fair. nauvtL S M Id- PlttabuTK...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

vrwmg &" i tea.' f!nc 3E 3D 1 D Local News Items D iLa a ei czrrrrra n 10 Bout racing at Lake Park July 4 th. Oh, you Homer brothers. Some shooters, eh? - Read the Lake Park ad. on last page of this paper. Bro. Terrill closed the revival , meeting at Adamson last Sun day, and peports several conver- j sions and three accessions to ' the church. -Pittsburg Enter-1 prise. BARGAINS IN Krebs Property Balloon ascension at Lake Park on July 4th. A. B. McDonald of Kiowa was here Monday. Swimming parties are now the "fad" at Lake Park Lake Park offers a splendid program for July 4th. Lynn Boyd transacted busi ness in Savanna Wednesday. New hay is now on the market and retailing at $8.00 per ton. Attorney Walter Gotcher of McAlester was a caller Tuesday; Ed. Flynn and daughter Miss Francis are home from a visit to Coalgate. J. J. Brewen has been appoint ed as chairman of the soliciting committee to raise funds for the old N. McAlester cemetery. He has appointed Mrs. Chas. Hokey, Sr., Mrs...

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. — 26 June 1913

Molly McDonald s A SYNOPSIS. Major M'r-',- ... feeadad for tin- ; ti lhreat-txl 1 ". t. -,rsj:n an army I-.l- m-k a man to uantcr Mvlljr. mho to An Ihlir -uttreak Brtck" lluniln. tr lut arrived m-lth m- IliHll vbo h W8M Mrlxmaid. volunUr for th Mollr arrhre at Fort RIpMr two day ahead of ftcbedule She decide t fmafa oa to Fort Doda by Mac In eonpaar with "Sutler Bll." MojtUil Ooo zalma. a gambler. i also a paaenxr. Hannn mwti the stage with tortea ot tepradatloas i-uaiinitttd by tb Indians. TlM drlTr deax-rta the alace when lndl wm appear. The Indian are twice re fMtaed. Hamlin and Molly eacape in the darkaeaa Molly U wounded. Hamlin U mac excited at nndlnR a hav-raack atarVd C S. A. He explain to Molly UuU h wai In the ronrxKnte aerrlce and dinnuaed In d:scrax undt-r chargea f cowardice At the clone of the war be oaaalijd In the reular aerrire He aays the haverack waa the xiroperty of one OapC LePevre. who he aaapecta of bein? rmeponaibie for hie dteeraee Troop ap ptar and under ee...

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. — 26 June 1913

S&n V MRS. JOHN A. MAHER lS3i'Jrx & ' Sill Mist Dolorlta O'Gorman, daughter of Senator Jamos A. O'Gorman of New York, was married recently to Mr. John Anthony Maher, a Now York broker. MEAT PRODUCTS NOW UNDER BAN Secretary Houston Obtains An Opin ion Fr5m the Attorney General In Regard to the Puro Food Law. Washington. Probably tho most radical and far-reaching extension of tho food and drugs act since Its enact ment was made when Secretaries Hounton, McAdoo and Redfleld, charted with enforcing this statute, ruled that meat and meat products In interstate or foreign commeico which hithorto havo been exempted from tho provisions of the puro food law, may bo seized if misbranded or adulterated. Beginning at once manu facturers of meat foods will bo re quired to comply Btrictly with the food and drugs act as well as with tho moat Inspection law. , Tho action was taken on tho atrength of an opinion by Attorney General McRoynolds. Tho three secre taries revoked a regulation adopt...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

- - 4r - Ytiv7w&y?rF' The Oklahoma Miner oijim.by h. ui'Bll ' Attorney at Law r, , ,. , , n, -ri j KREBS and M'ALESTER rubhshed Lvery 1 hursday McAlester Office Over American National Bank. tD. DOYLE B A. MARCUM . ' Editor Dutincu MnnaKcr i Phones 982 & 897-1 and 2RinpsJ Build Your New Home Now! Entered as second-class matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price; One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - 50c THURSDAY JUNE 26, 1913. Conserve Your Moisture by Shallow Cultivation. Over the Ttire State of Okla homa, the ground is saturated deep down into the subsoil, and now that fair weather is at hand every farmer is anticbating a bountiful crop this year. We have plenty of moistnre noc but 0f we have not any m?urance that we are going to continue to have it all during the year. The way to give crops moisure during dry periods is to store up this mois ture in the ground in wet per iods. It can then be used by the plants during t...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

'WW PWSPPF rS y , r DR.UflOKCLAIiVIS 'am.inr women VflUOICATION of IP age 8AYS STRUCK'S ASCENT OF MT. 'M'KINLEY FULLY VERIFIES HIS CLAIMS. MAKING IT WARM FOR PEARY Discoverer of the North Pole Declare3 Ho Will Force a Re-Opening of Polar Controversy by Congress Or In the Courts. Oklahoma City. Dr. Frederick A. Cook, discoverer of the North Polo, now on a lecture tour of Oklahoma de clares tho ascent of Mr. McKinloy in Alaska by Hudson Stiuck of Fair banks fully vindicates his claims to having mndo the ascent live years ago, which has been denied by tho Peary people. Arch Deacon Struck, who iB an Epis copal missionary at Fairbanks, landed at tho summit of tho highest peak in tho Western hemisphere Juno 7 and ono of his party has just returned with the news. They traveled up tho northwest Bide of tho mountain, over exactly the path claimed by Dr. Cook. A big part of thw Cook-Peary con troversy "was dcoted to a discussion of tho Mt. McKinley claims of Dr. Cook. Ilrschel Parker, an east...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 June 1913

H ill Be Fittingly Celebrated at With Various Exceptional Attractions ros. ht Depicting the Bombardment of Scutari. v An unusually interesting program for the young folks has been arranged Grand Prizes will be given in various con tests. Boating, dancing, bathing, Merry-go-round and a con tinuous vaudeville in the Park Dome. Just one day and that a great big one : : : : Excursion rates from all points. Plenty of efficient car service. Come and bring the whole family. U Ride the Merry-go-round Bud & Henry Musical Comedy Co., Sunday Night. EVERYBODY GOING! ,,na "ttyj w J - It' JfcIl ,utino com' taffn.Ta.wmi .mrrr.m.mm-lr -1 J MP f -. JH !. v'SftT

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 July 1913

s, - J ' c t i l " !,T Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913 Number 18 IBM WfaKS ji K vsrr 3 Y cuG-iVI McAle SMKiaKrnTayawagZBBaaBSBaujMjaaeai'Ma'MifcjtMUBJuiiiM ajestic ster The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays 111 Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. Dehorned the Elks. B 3E3E ztni s No Higher; Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC t2332337S3SS2ES?3SS&X5i Gun Club Scores. Grace, M. E. Church. The following scores were made last evening in a 75 target event: Harry Hill 65 C. B. Homer ? 60 H. Donnelly 66 P. D.Watson 67 B. McAlester 5S Wm. Riley 55 H. W. Kiple 1.70 re in the 50 target event the suit was: N. R. Homer 40 H. H. Hokey ""..... 37 Joe Homer 39 Wm. Homer 38 Chas. Homer 38 Divine services on Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 10: R. B. Howard, Superintendent. Morning service will discontinue during months of July and Aug ust. Epworth League meets at 7:30. Subject, "Opportunities &..Perils of Vacation," Evening preaching Service a8 :. Sermon : ...

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. — 3 July 1913

1 INT FIE , - S The Oklahoma Miner ED. BOYLE, Editor D. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. $ KIIBDB. OKLAHOMA ID OKLAHOMA NEWS NOIES SHADOWS OF COMING EVENTS. Jul 7-Aujt 2 Cotton Braainu school, Stillwater Aiir 1S-22 Oklahoma Stato Federation of Ijihor Convention, MiiHkotfco Sept 8-13 Hunt! rprliif,H Carnival Sept 15-19 Pottawatomlo County Pair, filiw nee Sept 16 Cclchratlon of oixmlnif of Cherokee Strip at Pony Pt 21-Ort 4 Oklahoma State Tnlr hfjit Talr Oct Oct. Oct 29-Oct 3 llorso fahow at Stnto 6-11 MuMkoreo Tnlr 16-18 Peanut Carnival, Duncan. 26 Proslfientlal oltctlon, Mexico. County Fairs. Aur 12-1C Tillman County Tnlr, Ficrt erlck kept 9-12 Osaco County Fair, Paw nuttkn Sept 9-12 Northwestern Oklahoma Talr, Woodward Sept 10-11 KlnBdihor County Partn ers' Instltuto nnd Pair, Klnijllshor Sept. 10-13 Oreor Count Pair, .Man- gum Sept dnrko Stnt 1G-17 Caddo County Fair, Ani-16-1S McClaln County Talr, rurcoll Fopt 1G-19 Beckham Count Tnlr, nils uuy Sept Sept Sept Ilnllott faent 1G-19 Blalno Count...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 July 1913

i , 1'-'1 a? i & & r k r f I? I K The Oklahoma MINER from Now Until Jan. 1. 1914 for Cents Seven Months Think of It-Almost a Year This offer closes Sat. eve. July 6. ill be sent to any address in United States. -" ft

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 July 1913

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