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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 August 1913

t ,ww mi in itw iWalalaifeiitLwMteMwwMWMaiaMe,,, MMMMilMiMUM iwmiwi. -, . . , VLrf"J AV a-GeJ tO i LL ., . j jGr iCi.4U. &J JiJj k C V Vol. 2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913 Number 25 I l9& llr ftr , The M. K. &T. Railroad has taken sufficient interest in the Pittsburg County Fair to be held in McAlester. Oklahoma, three days, beginning September 17th, to agree-to carry all exhibits of products free of charge to ex hibitor. This includes such products as frnits, vegetables, grain, grasses and anything raised in the soil. This will enable any person to make exhibits at the big fair at a minimum cost. The articles must be consigned to the secretary of the Pittsburg County Fair. The premium book of the Pitts burg County Fair has been issued and those interested may obtain bopies of the same either by writing to lhe secretary of the Fair at McAlester, or applying to any bank, in Pittsbnrg County where the books have been sent for free distribution. The book i cout...

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. — 28 August 1913

K R E B S, O K L A.. MINER oily McDonald otxvrxtn i3 a SYNOPSIS. Majjr MrDon' i cnnuna.i'l'nc an army port nar Fort I r)g- x-eks a man to intercept hi cU .; r. MHr. who is hded for the pot An Irdian outbreak In threatened Sergeant ' Brick" Ha-nlin meu the stace In which Mollr U travel Ins; They are attacked by Indian, and Hamlin and Molly escape In Use darkness Hamlin tells Molly he was discharged from the Confederate servlc In disgrac and at the close of the war enlisted in the regular army He suspect one Cap tain LeFerra of twslns; responsible for bis Mrac Troops appear and under escort cf Lieut. Gaaklns Molly start to loin her father Hamlin laare to rejoin his regiment. He returns to Fort Dode after a summer of fiht;n; Indians, and finds Molly there Shots are heard In the nifht- Hamlin rnsbes out. see what he kehevea la the fifrure of Molly hidins; In the darkness and fall oer the body of I Jeo tenant Gaskina. who accuses Hamlin of shooting nJm The sergeant 1 proren Innocent. He ...

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. — 28 August 1913

niTXii mftit J Ah If m K RE B S, OKLA., MINER SMJ &tA & aSL ,, C0I1T LABOR FOR Iffld E. D. HOWARD TELLS OF GREAT RESULTS ACCOMPLISHED IN COLORADO EMPLOYMENT OF CONVICT LABOR Results in Millions of Dollars Im provement to Farm Lands and Roads Can Be Duplicated In Oklahoma B. B. Howard, secretary and mem ber of the Oklahoma State Board of Public Affairs, has returned from n vacation trip of three weeks, spent in Colorado. Because of his observa tion of the highly successful irrigation projects In Colorado Mr. Howard is an enthusiast over the subject of Irriga tion for Oklahoma. "During my vacation," ho says, "I took the opportunity to investigate and study the great benefits irrigation has been to the state of Colorado, and I am more than ever impressed with the suggestion that I made a year ago, relative to devising some plan for using our convict labor and placing Oklahoma farms in position to be ir rigated during such seasons as wo have had this year. "While in Colorado I I...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 August 1913

' -,. JirWf Kf "BSSjjJJma t s1 K K E B S, O K L A., MINE R A 1 ote.3 mom uvoAziov rpor t'liic.iKo and Icfnit haa CO golf tubs. Stanislaus bjsrko weighs 240 pounds The City of Mexico Iiub baseball li-ayue plujlng weekly gamoB Major Fitzgerald of Boston 1h preo lcUnit of the Munlcliml Athlotic abbo olnlon . 'J he Columbia unlveislty soccer luen baa Chang, a Chinaman, among i Hh foiwaids. Miookljn bllllaid playoiu, like the baseball men, seem to have the quel Itj of coming close, but never quite lrtnd. Outfleldei Weed of the Northwest cin league has a record that would be bird to beat He caught 612 flies In a single season Henry Gosdy, who caught a few games and also covered first base for a short time for the Uraves, has bee puld to Buffalo (lleun Warrer denies he received J2.500 for Thome's release to Mc Graw. Will Christy Mathowson kind lj look into this? Joe Hochllng, Clark Griffith's young southpaw, says If there is anybody who is going to win a berth on th ashington team it is he...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

T5fe3fSTprr " v?it y- rt e-M-cr rer-&A Every Farmer and Hie Family Should Attend the Pittsburg County Fair, to be Held September 17, 18,-. 1 9 . x .vvr Vol.2 - KREBS, .OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913 Number 27 7 r To School Patrons. Held Up Bread Wagon. To Stock Dow Lake. Wc Apologize. The Big Fair Parade. III All mini) aSitiM h in thpir ' "While coming from Carbon on The Choctaw Railway & Light nvonpr nlacpc; nrnmntlv on Hip last Tuesday afternoon, Arch ling Co., received a consignment; first day, in order thaUhe class- Webb wll dl'ive for the Queen of 300 black bass which they put lUity eaKery or iucuester was, in me lase tnoi me parw; au held up and lobbed of all the ( Lake Park. The bass arc of a money he had on him, about $86, very fine quality, coming from when about a mile east of this! the great fish hatchery at Mam 'city an old time road agent, moth Springs, Ark. ( stepped in front of he team and I The park management is do I commanded the bread vender to ting...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

K R E B S, O K L A., MINER SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AT THE STATE FAIR i - - .... .t nun !'- wi"BMimiMn iiMiiiiTirr i yn n"-ir7riTir-i- r ' a f ..m ir-rru Liberal Many Oklahoma men and women, boys and girls. hao not had tho time or opportunity to leave homo and at tend an agricultural school. They will never have a better chance to make "short cuts" and obtain much of this desired information than by attending tho seventh annual Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition, Oklahoma City, September 23 to October 4, 1913. Demonstration lectures will be OKLAHOMA-TEXAS RAILROAD Connects State Capital With Cattle Country to the South Oklahoma City. Connecting Okla homa City by a direct line with the; rich territory embrnced In the fertile counties of Canadian, Caddo, Washita Kiowa, Greer and Jackson, entering Texas at Childress and tapping the greatest cattle breeding country In the United States, thence to the Gulf of Mexico by way of El Paso, Is the route proposed by the Oklahoma, Mexico and Pacifi...

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

""" -mjt i- r flowww, nftmnafcniNMMnur jw K-wsrtHf wJSIWMtoiiw KR EBS. OK LA. MINER I 4!TF PARK" If IE3E ana 1 3 Local News Items 5 Attractions Engaged for the New State Fair Lrzinacr tr . jnxeril To Be Held at Muskogee, Oklnhomp, October 6 to 1 1, 1913 Thiis oyster month. r: fresh oysters just received at Eminott's. Wild We8C show at llartshome fKF Saturday. Read Prof. Craghead's school article in this issue. i - i-u ; f 1 ' v . , , IST. 3ft t"v" H. Mrs. Chas. Ilokey left Sunday I for a visit in Denison. N Notice the big fair ad on back ' page of this paper. See the female ball players in McAlester Sunday. The Coal Wagons menced to move. have com- For Sale A good piano, on Mrs. D. M. Dille. Call adv. -John Rdey and wife were visit ing in Alderson Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Ilokey was report ed on thsick list this'week. Dr. Talbutt, formerly the den tist here, was over frOm McAles ter Wednesday. Mrs. Alfred Baxindale is num- bered among the sick in Ivrebs this week. Chief of Pdlice Wm. F...

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

K R E B S, O K L A MINER Molly McDonald 1?w?m C1K u A TALE OI HE IEONIKK Tliilhnraf "Keith of the Border: Hylady of Doubt , nlpdyofff &outhV c.cfc. YhOPfel ot nif v fcaJ J J vl f fiS J M J,' f J -St M r nr-ry i roan t') who is HrttLrvt t ' Str.'k" MwnUn auMta in cia In wik h Hour is tra' ins TUy are aUacd ty Indiana. Ud Hamlin and iCvlIy coca in tb darknoso Haiiiln u-li Hvlly U wm dioctoarsod from tb f9tiCdrt oorvk to 4iOTSC ul4 at tt closo of tb war enUattid is Umt rular aruuy H suojmcts Cp talt. rKevr v' being rwimitUc for in disgrac Irwt appear and vndor HKrt of lAf'Jt Oasfcioo MoUr Starts to iota hr father Hamlin loaves to rejoin uis reg-uuttrt Jt returns to Fort o40 t a ummer f firfatls: Indians, and spectres, the osJjr Bound the crunching of their horses' hoofs on the crust. Tb Sergeant, staring about. felt that be had never looked upon a mors de- An jixj.au ouu I pressing spectacle than this gloomy landscape, desolate and Artnd-rweTt UJJ overarched frith low-iylng mot a c...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

."( " . J.J.' ,...,. - ... ...v vidfsfias7 tS3taJUKUJUS4KMrVJl3RilMfrv K R E B S, 0 K L A., MINER V XJHD WILL WDRK FROMHGilUZ VrllS EARLY RETURN TO MEXICAN CAPITAL IS SUDDENLY CALLED OFF. HUERTA PROPOSES CONCESSIONS Sudden Change of Front Causes Hopo to Rloo for Peace Plans Finan cial Affairs Are Now Involved Vera Cruz, Mexico. President Wll non's representative, John Lind, will remain In Vera Cruz for several days. Only unexpected happenings or a spe cial request from the Mexican govern ment will cause him to return to Mexi co City. William aByard Halee sailed bn the steamer Morro Castle for Ilavanna. Ho will disembark there and proceed by way of the .Key West route to Wash ington, lie carries with him tho origi nal Mexican government communica tion. Dr. Halo had a long conference with Mr. Lind prior to sailing and tho latter attachos much importance to Dr. Halo's trip to Washington, where he is to placo the whole situatio nbeforo the president. Towards the end of the conference th...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

KREBS, OKLA, MINER The Oklahoma FVkner Published Every Thursday STAR Airdome f McAlester) Franklin Stock Co. Balance of Week. iuy Your Screen Doors J.D. BOYLE . A. MARCUM Editor iWiiniM Minisrr Entered as second-class mutter Ht the postoffice at Krobs, Okia-' noma, under the Act of March 3, 1879. While They Are Subscription Price: C O M 1 IN (j One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - 50c OOGhKay Stock Co. THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1013. Special Premiums. Those who contemplate making1 exhibits at the Pittsburg County Pair, which will be held at Mc Alester September 17, 1J8 and 19th, should not overlook the special premiums that are ofFer eb. The racing program this year promises to be one of the feat ure attractions of the Pittsburg, County Fair. There will be har ness and running races each day at 2 P. M. Probably the most interesting race of all will be the l're"e- for- all trot or pace which has been sceduled for the second day. On this race the first prize is a S30.00 set of harness given b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

KREBS, OKLA., MINER -V . PUT ;s CAUSES J. Y. SCHENCK SHOT BY JOHN LINDSAY, FORMER COUNTY TREASURER" EDITOR OF SULPHER DEMOCRAT Adverse Comment the Direct Cause Writer Refused to Obey Slay ' cr's' Command to "Eat the Offending Paper" Sulphur. Adverse edltorlaT com Oient followed by the refusal of the editor to "eat the paper" containing It, when commanded to do so by tho subject of the article, resulted in tho leath- of J. Y. Schenclc, editor of tho Sulphur Democrat. John Lindsay, tho former county treasurer of Murray jounty, is now confined In the Cleve land county jail at Norman, charged Jth tho killing. I indsay was rushed to Norman on Iho first train after tho tragedy by Sheriff Hawlings to avoid all danger Df mob violence as tho residents of Sulphur aro highly incensed becauso of the killing. Lindsay shot Schenclc twice with a double-barreled shotgun while the sditor was sitting In a buggy in front of a blacksmith shop, waiting to have the buggy repaired. The first shot look awa...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 September 1913

KREBS OKLA, MINER The Pittsbmg County air This Year is F R Free to Everybody PC The Fair opens Wednesday, Sept. 1 7 with a Grand Street Parade at 10 a. m. Headed by Burba's Band ofMcAlester of Twenty Pieces, Full Uniformed, which will also render concerts morning and evening. The premiums offered amount-to 1,500 X And it costs nothing to enter your exhibit. Copies of premium list may be had at any bank the county or from the secretary. Remember the dates, Sep. 17, 18, 19 R. R. HALL, President FRED STRUBLE, Sec'y. aummmmmmmeamnamammmmmmu

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

Every Farmer and His Family Should Attend the Pittsburg County Fair, to be Held September 17, 18, 19 , Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913 Number 28 Ih School Opens. Krebs' Public Sbbools opened Monday, September Sth. The enrollment in the High School being 31. The largest 'enroll ment is in the Primary depart ment, Miss Roache having 87 to her credit. Quite a number of children un der 6 years of age have been sent for enrollment but they have been sent back home. There may be others who will have to be sent home later, when more definite information can be ob tained concerning their ages. It is a lamentable fact that we have people in Krebs who are in clined to impose on the teachers, school and the public in general by sending their babies to school to get rid of the care of them, and we sometimes find three from the same family each 6 and no twins. It occurs to me that parents who teach their children to give in their ages incorrectly are starting them in a splend...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

K R E B S, O K L A., MINER MIIN0LDS1I5, MRS. VICTOR MURDOCH OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES COME T ASKS DISSOLUTION OF ALL COAL MINING AND COAL CARRY ING RAILROADS WOULD CONTROL WHOLE SUPPLY Reading Company Now Controls One Third of Unmlned Anthracite Eight Corporations and Nine Individuals Defendants Philadelphia. Attorney General Mc loynolds' first and most important attack on tho hard coal trust was be gun hero with tho filing of a civil suit for tho dissolution of tho Reading Company's control of coal mining and coal carrying railroads tho most po tential combination in the anthracite fieldB. The Rending Company with its subsidiary and allied corporations, in cluding tho Central Railroad of New Jersey and certain of their officers and directors, aro charged by the federal government with violating both tho Shorman anti-trust law and the com modities clause of the Interstate com merce act, in an attempt to monopo lize the production and transporta tion of anthracite This combination, control...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

KREBS, O K L A., MINER cai: 3C snc ?? i$L IT- r fl Local News Items D Lacier: ru-L imcj And it rained at last. Who said Krebs was a dry town? Fresh oysters just received at Emmett's, Attorney Jack Harley was here Saturday., Lee Eylar of Alderson was a caller yesterday. Rice & Rice patronize our job department this week. Lot 7 and 8 in in Block 86, in best part of resident district of Krebs. Both lots are large and well located and good improvement, good dwelling and barn, barizain at $450 if sold in r. Stl l I .,-, ..f l,,,l.l,.... .mi ,111 w in ci juw,vri ?vi in urn iiuii (ntii llctjp by the Diamond Hardware Co. of McAlester; The second and third prizes are cash. The best horses in the county will participate in the races and visit rs are assured an interest- ing program each day. The county fair this year will A ! be held September 17, IS and 19, , nt ! at McAlester. There will be no J Attractions Engaged for the New State Fair To Dc Held at Muskogee, Oklahoma, October 6 to 11...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

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Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

: mm&mmmMmii fat, 9 Ttti' KREBS, O K L A., MINER V-" SHOWS STATE FIRE LOSSES CARELESSNESS AND DRY WEATH ER CAUSE INCREASE OF $53,000 UNIVERSITY PROF DIES SUDDENLY Chester C. Wells Succumbs to An Operation Was to Organize Department of Journal ism at Norman An increase of $53,000 in lire waste In Oklahoma for the month of August as compared with the corresponding month of the previous year is shown In the monthly fire report just issued by State Fire Marshal Hammond. This increase in loss, the report states, is due to the fact that the people have become careless, while inilammable conditions were at then best on account of the dry weather The loss for the month of August this year is about $100,000 less than for the same month in 1911. The total fire loss was $205,434.49. Of this loss 119,937.47 was on build ings and $85,497.02 on contents. There was a total of 192 iires. Of these 77 were of unknown origin, 25 the re sult of oil or gasoline explosion, 17 due to defective flues a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

K K L B S OKLA. MINER '?:'Af JSJJd84J The Oklahoma Miner f FEED AMD FORAGE PRIZES. Silo Men Xm Compete at Ttriaa Dry Farming Cantett. Publfobad Every Thursday a. A. MAACUM M-rr Entered a wsc nd-clsuw matter &t Iht owtofflc at Krefcw, Okla homa, under the Act of March H, Sj inscription Price: One Yew $1.00 Six Month 60c rHCRSJJAY, .SEPT. 11. 1913. WORLD'S GREATEST FARMEXPDSITION INTERNATIONAL DRY-FARMING COWSREIS TO BE HELD AT TUL8A OCT. 22-MOV. 1. DELEGATES FROM ALL THE WORLD Ever Continent and Every Race to Mset arid Dl&cuis and Compare Best Methods for Cultivat ing Seml'Arld Regions Tho world'H moat Important farm aonvontlori for 1013 vlil bo hold In Tnlwi, Oklahoma, October Tl to No vumhur 1. Men from thirty imtlmiK will ultond tins (tlKhth minimi moot IriK of tliu International Dry-KurmlriK CoriKniHU Ihuro and will toll about mothodH of farm Ink In " region of itllxht nilufnll or occanlointl drouth. OIlclal (loli'gatdM ar oxpocted at TiiImu from vry oonttrxiiit on tbo ij...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

KREBS, OKLA., MINER V $2,771 OFFERED S SMALL FORTUNE IN PREMIUMS AT OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 23-0CT0BER 4, 1913 Free Trips to Washington Authorized By Senator Gore and Oklahoma Cotton Seed Crushers' Asso ciation Peanut Special Boys and girls in every county of Oklahoma nro going to bo heard trom in the contests arranged for the sev enth annual Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition, Oklahoma City, Septem ber 23 to October i, 1913. It is not an unusual thing to see an acre of corn, an acre of kaflrcorn or mllo, a couple of acres of cotton, or one-tenth of an acre of vegetables in all sections of Oklahoma. These miniature farms icpresent tho indus try of tho boys and girls of tiha state, who propose to take part in tho big contests at the State Fair v.hich opens its gates on Sept. 23. Ninoty-flvo banks, in nearly every county, have offered cash premiums of $10 each in the Boys' and C.C.irls' Corn, Kafiicorn and Cotton Contests. The special premiums of tho banks .-- .. , T. M. JEFFOR...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 September 1913

KREBS OKLA, MINER in imiii i mi jiiijiiMiawmew Th e Pittsburg County Fair This Year is Free to Everybody BUG; The Fair opens Wednesday, Sept. 17 with a Grand Street Parade at 10 a. m. Headed by Burba's Band of McAlester of Twenty Pieces, Full Uniformed, which will also render concerts morning and evening. ivusjx&x&MxuwHmmK The premiums offered amount to And it costs nothing to enter your exhibit. Copies of premium list may be had at any bank in the county or from the secretary. Remember the dates, Sep 1 7, 1 8, 1 9 EPzasaEBKrflgHffsrTitOTm I? WWlltWKtWfMWW'JiBiwnma R. R. HALL, President FRED STRUBLE, Sec'y. j i i : . - mjmoJjCTWJ7l'ETM gPMJXg!, I ) m I III I III III Hill III III III B Hill llll

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