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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

-wy P7ff"re' ' 3 YUAN FOR PEAC - 9 r- PLANS FOR LIGHTENING BURDEN OF PEOPLE FIRST NEEDJS FINANCE SHI KAI OUTLINES CHINESE NEW GOVERNMENT POLICIES Brief Synopsis of the Manner and MeanB by Which New President Will Attempt to Place China On Her Feet Polcin. Yuan Shi Kal, president of the Chinese republic, delivered his flrst verbal message in the form 0 a speech at the opening Monday of the BeBsion of tho advisory council which practically 1b a provisional senate. The president proclaimed that tho principles of the new Chinese govern ment must be tho maintenance of or der in the interior, the achievement of progress and the retention of ex ternal friendships which are neces sary to the existence of China. Tho attitude of foreign powers in recent years, he said, had been such as to merit the gratitude of China. Tho most important matter at pres ent, tho president said, was .finance. Foreign capital was essential to China and tho government 7as drafting tho principles of a financial ref...

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. — 2 May 1912

Candidate For District Court Clerk of Pittsburg County miners of this state in making such a campaign against the foul conspirators, who seek to destroy our school, that they will hang their heads in shame when they think of the dead, the widows and orphans caused by these dreadful calamities. Shall the state, which spendf thousands of dollars to protect its game, destroy a school which .seeks to protect human life? Let the people of this state "with one accord, petition the Govenor and Board of Affairs to carry out the will of the legislature by expend ing a few huddrfd dollars, now in the treasury, in installing the thousands of dollars worth of machinery purchased for this school but never set up, to the end that the school may in ear nest carr y on the work for which it was created. H. B. Long, Pres. Oscar Bagley, Sec. L. U. No. 1170, U. M. W. of A. Political Announcements- CHALES F. HEFLEY of McALESTER For Superior Clerk. The Miner is authorized to an nounce W. V. Buckner of Mc...

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. — 2 May 1912

3JJ im-' rj L Ask for V this Bojc 29 ; It'fltho goodness of this root- beer aa well as its tonic properties that mako it so great a favorite OBpick&EmakiBgtUoni. Xfytmrffro- crlin'tinpplled,'wlllinatlyoupek- itgoDrclpto(2Bo. FUtiglvhUnm. Write For Premium Puzzle. THE CHARLES E. HIRES CO. H. Brand SU, Philadelphia, i'a. AGEVTS WAITED HxcIusIto tcrrltury, noodctinnroto build up permanent business. Mall us 111) for 80 lb. Kcuthnr ilod and receive ultbout tost, 0 lb, pair Bil lons. Krelclitnnollpropald Now feathers, bosttlck Inir. Satisfaction uuaranterd. TnmtrAtarnwMl.trtthcr D? titn, l)tp(. , Cii.rlott, H. c Her. Cotu'l Kat'I llantc STATE TAKES HAND IN FIGHT New Jersey Leads in Advanced Legls latlon Designed to Check Spread of Tuberculosis. What ia designated by the National Association for tho Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis as the most ad vanced legislation in tho campaign against tuberculosis that has been enacted by any stato in tho Upited States, if not by any country I...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

The Oklahoma Minor SI. 00 Per Year W. N. REDWiNE Attorney at Law. Phone G19 McAlester, Okla. J. A. Heathqock Staple and Faney Groceries Garden Seeds of All Kinds. 2 5c packages octs. I have the best Iowa Silver Corn J. B. TALBUTT DENTIST. All work guarranteed. Your patronage solicited. Office in Krebs Opera House. KREBS, OKLA. Let Jackson Make Your old Hats new. First-class work. At Metcalfe's First & Grand. Phone 1033 - McAlester. Queensware Hardware Yhen you are need of any of the above, remember we are prepared to fill your order on hort notice and appreciation, Our prices are always a little better -quality considered. rJ223E5KEX3 'v- &iUS23&3S2 -V This Spring is the time to go to ARKANSAS Go there and tone up for the hot days to come. You will feel better, not only this Summer but all your life. The Cost is Reason able. The Benefits are Wonderful. Enquire as to rates, train service, etc. Rock Island Fny Thompson, Division Pass. Agent, Oklahoma City, Okla. t T. A. Gr...

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. — 9 May 1912

Remember Fifty per cent all subscription to The Miner is for McCurtain Fond. Vol. I. KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY, 9, 1912 Number 10 Official Mine Report of the Recent Disaster at McCurtain towards tho big parting, whore it -Z - ; ' Ni " "" J m OFFICIAL REPOKT OF CIIIHF ' INSPECTOR 151). BOYLE OF THE McCUUTAIN DISASTER, WHICH HAPPENED MARCH tiOth, 1012. McAlester, Okla., May 0. On Wodnesday, March 20th, at about 5) a. m. an 'explosion occurred at Mine No. 2 of tho Sans-Bois Coal Co., located at McCurtain, In Has kell county, Oklahoma, which was the most destructive to human life when we consider the small dam age done to property. While the explosion snuffed out the llvas of seventy-three men, the Lodies have been recovered. The damage to the property was hard noticable. The state law of Okla homa makes it the duty of the man agement of all mines generating gas, or commonly known as fire-damp, to employ fire bosses to examine the mines carefully before the min ers ein'.r the mines...

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. — 9 May 1912

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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. — 9 May 1912

S Iril 1N ' MINERS APPEAL FOR miners of this state in making THEIR SCHOOL ' SU( a campaign against the foul conspirators, who seek to destroy McCurtain, Okla., Mar., 26- Whereas, March -20th. 1912, at 9:05 o'clock a. m., without a moments warning, and in the winkling of an eye, 73 sturdy i our school, that they will hang their heads in shame when they think of the dead, the widows and orphans caused by these dreadful calamities. Shall the state, which spends men ana Dreaa winners were thousands of dollars to protect swept into eternity by the 'awful its game, destroy a school which explosion at mine No. 2, at this ' seeks to protect human life? Let place, leaving 160 widows and the people of this state with one orphans without means of sup- accord, petition the Govenor and port, and . I Board of Affairs to carry out the Whereas, the result of this will of the legislature by expend dreadful accident have called ing a few huddrfd dollars, now forth from this and adjoining in the treas...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 May 1912

- jsv'' The Oklahoma Miner ED DOYLE, Editor R. D. ELKIN8, Bub. Mgr. KREBS, OKLAHOMA Oklahoma News Notes Durant Is crying for a now post ofllco building. Prospect oil wall at Morrison 1b down 1,200 foot. You can ralso anything In Okla homa ovon prices. Canning factory at Stillwater Is to operate again tills Boason. Ponca City is Boiling all tho Im provements on Its raco track. Tho Socialists of Wagoner county have already namod a full ticket. Frank Hlnohart of Logan county has Just marketed $30,000 worth of cattle. Town of Kiorsoy in Bryan county iu arranging to bnlld a $3,000 Bchool building. Tho "Strictly Homo Products" cam paign is aiiro on i nmany of tho cities of tho state. Tho Troy Gold Mining company at ilavla is putting In a soventy-flvo-ton capacity smelter. MuBkogee Is digging a water tun nel under tho Arkansas fifty feet bo low tho river bed. The Kay County Tax league has re ceived its charter, but reduction of taxes Is yet to como. Fruit growers and gardeners about Dartlc...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 May 1912

ROLLS FOR LUNCH OR TEA Recipe Gives Directions for Making Toothsome Variety Known as White Mountain. White Mountain rolls nro used eith er at luncheon or tea Sift two quarts of flour, add a teaspoonful of salt and three tablospoonfuls of sugar Have ready a pint and a half of boiling milk and sot It aside to become blood warm. While It Is cooling melt half n cupful of butter In It When It has reached the desired degreo of cool ness beat the whites of two egsg till stiff, and stir them Into It Then ndd half a cupful of liquid yeast or half a cako of compressed yeast, dissolved In ono-thlrd of a cupful of lukewarm water. Stir the whole Into the flour and beat well with a spoon Then knead for twenty minutes and let tho dough rise overnight In tho morning cut the dough Into pieces the size of an egg. Form them Into long rolls nnd place them side by side in a shal low cake pan Let them rise to a lit tle more than double their original size. Then bake them for half an hour In a moderate ov...

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. — 9 May 1912

WOLF AND SHEEP, C SIB E ISLANDS AS CABLE STATIONS e men PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ED BOYLE R. D. ELKINS Editor Businass Manager One Year Six Monthfe Subicription Price: $1.00 .50 Political Announcement: For State Officers : t : : $25.00 Congrcssman-at-large : : 15.00 County Officers : : : 10.00 SOUNDS NOTE OF WARNING. Ex-Gov. C. N. Haskell, is knocking C. F. Col-1 cord and his crowd of tax-dodgers of the so called "Citizens Protective League of Oklahoma.' , over the ropes'with facts and the records of the old pure cramped "patriots. Mr. Haskell's latest broadside at the League is in part as fol lows: "If Mr. Colcord wants to reduce the cost of state government which is today not over two thirds of the cost of state government in the State of KansasJ suggest that he and his asso ciates carry out their promise to pay rental for state officies which save the state, as I an in formed, nearly eighty thousand dollars a year. "Also I suggest that the complaint filed against Mr. Colcord and ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 May 1912

NEWS OF STATE MONEY HAS BEEN TURNED OVFR iW T0 BUILD CAPITOL ALL CONTRACTS ARE FILLED Wr ALL DEEDS TO PROPERTY GIVEN UVER TO CITY Situation Is Now Up to Governor Leo Cruce, Who Announces That Act ual Work Will Bo Started Soon Other News Oklahoma City. Warrants In tho total sum of $250,000, representing tho full amount of tho capitol hulldlng and northwest railroad bond Issue of last , February were ordered drawn by tho city commissioners Monday In favor of tho Capitol Building and Packing town Development company. Tho Capitol Building company receives $100,000 which will Immediately be made available for tho erection of a state capitol in tho northeaBt part of tho city, whllo the Packingtown De velopment company receives $150,000 which will be turned over to Edward H. Cooke and Frank J. Wlkoff in trust for tho Northwest Railroad company to bo payablo when actual construc tion of that proposed lino begins. In consideration for the 250,000, tho city received seventeen separate tracks ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 May 1912

This Oklahoma Miner $1.00 Pr Ywir W. N. REDWINE Attorney at Law. Phone G19 McAleter, Okla. NOTED FLORIDA GiTV St. Augustine Was Once an In dian Village. POLYGLOT RIVER, THE DANUBE Noted Stream In Europe Hears Many Tongues Spoken Along Its Course. OMITS "YES" AND LOSES SUIT Girl Steklng $10,000 for Dreach of Promise Admits She Did Not Accept Suitor. Kansas City, Mo. An emphatic J. A. Heathcock Staple and Faney Groceries Garden Seeds of All Kinds. 2 52 packless 5cts. IJirlln. finrmnnv. Whom a Monro anotlior rivor so international ns tho "yes" and not a smile or a mere nod n-iniihn? H rlunn In Tlrwlnn nnrl flnwa nf tlin linnil lUUSt be CiVCn by tllO through Wurtcmberg and Bavaria; maiden proposed to in order to cover Flnst Colony Established by French ncary jjnlf its length lies in Austria- damages lor In each of promise to Huguenots In 1564 Was Razed by Hungary; then It separates the latter marry, according to a decision in tho the Spaniards and Its Inhab- country and Servla. At Oisov...

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. — 27 March 1913

u M Vol. 2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1913 Number 4. r- A Noted Visitor. The following item was clipped from the society column of last Tuesday's Daily Oklahoman: A direct descendant or Betty Washington, only sister of George Washington, will be a visitor to the state conference and Colonial Assembly of the Daughters of America Revolution which will be held Thursday afternoon and evening of this week, the first in St. Luke's church, the latter in the Musical Art InstitJte. This very inter esting personage is Mrs. M. J. Shannon of Krebs, Okla., a great grand-daughter of Betty Washington, who married Field ing Lewis. Mrs. Shannon is said to bear a marked resemblance to George Washington. Mr. Shan non is a prominent banker. He and Mrs. Shannon have a beau tiful home in Krebs. Mr. Shan non makes frequent trips to Okla homa City and he will accompany his wife here this week. Senator Gore to Rome. During his stay abroad, while studying European farm .Ctlll J1J' systems with the ...

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. — 27 March 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE, Editor D. A. MARCUM, Bub. Mgr. KREBS, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES EX-GOVERNOR BLACK DEAD Sominolo is to'havo more sldowalks, the town council' having ordcrod them Tho Alva Cotnmorclal Club will taka up tho mutter of building a high school at Alva. Contract has bocn let for tho erec tion of six bridges In Comancho county. Tho Wllburton Gazotto Is advocating tlioycstabllshmuut of a stato Keeloy Institute. William Short, U. O. Porrin and othors aro building a sawmill in Uiokcn Anow. Potltions aro in circulation at Strong City, Roger Mills county, to havo that town incopoated. Clovoland will have thrbo tlcketB In tho field In the spring election tho Democratic, Socialist and Citizens. Fires have been lighted in tho "gumbo pit" at Shawnee to furniBh burned ballast for tho Rock Island. Carthago parties aro planning tho construction of a modem, fireproof, three-story concrete hotel at Dowoy. Tho Mothers' club of Lawton is be hind a movement to establish a pub...

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. — 27 March 1913

x. The Oklahoma Miner '" " " Attorney at Law ,,. , t , KREBS and M'ALESTBR Published Every Thursday D irrO v 4.1 1 jru," McAlester Office Over American A1CVC & wu KjZs3.i. iior National Bank. tt r Bu.in.MM.n.g.r phones 982 & 807-1 and 2 Rings lNCW Lillie Of . ED. BOYLE B. A. MARCUM "tfb - m: 4T f 3T wu ,?&pt ,v r t& L Ii5 t n -if V z h' ?" &w- tf.t . ij&to m- lf t t;.' h-y,: Entered as second-class matter at the postbflice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price; One Year - . - - $1.00 Six Months ... 50c THURSDAY MAR. 27, 1913. THE TICKET. For Mayor THOS. P. OTTERSON City Clerk WALTER K. HOKEY ' Treasurer FRANK DALE T Police Judge I. JACK MILLER City Attorney '- -3DUDLEYB. BUELL Chief of Police WM. FLESHER Street Commissioner W. A. FRAZIER Aldermen First ward II. H. Bosley Second ward Alex Rice Third ward Roy Varley Fourth ward John Testa Members of School Board Firt ward, Wm. T. Williams. Second " J. W. Baxendale. Third " John...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 27 March 1913

Molly MDonaid a mix CHAPTER An Unpleasant Situation. Whon, lato in May, 18G8, Major Daniel McDonald, Sixth Infantry, waB first assigned to command tho now thrco company post established south west of Fort Dodgo, designed to pro tect tho newly discovered Cimarron trail leading to Santa Fo across tho desert, and, purely by courtosy, of ficially termed Fort Dovoro, ho nat urally coiiBldored It perfectly safo to Invito his only daughter to Join him thoro for hor summer vacation. In dood, at that time, thoro was ap parently no valid reason why ho Bhould dony hlmsolf this pleasure Excopt for cortaln vaguo rumors re garding uneasiness among tho Sioux warriors north of tho Platte, tho vari ous tribes of tho plalnB were causing no unusual troublo to military authori ties, although, of courso, thoro was no tlmo In tho history of that country uttorly dovold of peril from young raiders, usually aided and abetted by outcast whites. However, tho Santa Fo routo, by thlB date, had becomo a well-tra...

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. — 27 March 1913

f$fb. tzr -t' te BULL MOOSERS HOLD CONVENTION PROGRESSIVE PARTY LEADERS MEET AT TULSA. Many Speakers of National Import ance Address Gathering of Third Party Tulsa. A platform which, according to State Chairman Alva McDonald, will lot the people of Oklahoma know "Just whore the Progressive party otands In thlB state," was adopted by the state central committee of the Bull Moose party. Tho resolutions go Into the corrup tion lu state government that Is be ing uncovered at Oklahoma City. Tho central committee waB called to order by Chairman McDonald with Ered SultB of Oklahoma City as secretary. While waiting for the resolutions com mlttee to report a number of dele gates wore called on for short talkB. About fifty delegatea wore present at the morning's meeting, including ono negro from Creek county. A half dozen women were in tho audience. Tribute to King. Mrs. B. D. Gotchy, one of the women Progressive leaders, who haB main tained headquarters at Oklahoma City during tho session of...

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. — 27 March 1913

wp rpacii i) team t 1 m t. H D Local News Items D J lriE3E 3C 3E3E Vote for Ottcrson. Saturday is pay clay. Vote for Walter ITokoy. Election Tuesday, April J. Vote for "Billy" Flesher. VoU the entire ticket from top to bottom. . - George Haynes was in Alder-) sun Monday. j Burton Lorince was a visftorin j Alderson Sunday. i Mrs. Roy Johnson of Dow wasj a Krebs visitor Monday. j Miss Sadie Bosley and mother j were in Alderson Saturday. Doc. Lane who was visiting herd last week, returned Sat. to his home in Coalgate. Several from here attended services at the Masonic Temple in McAlester Sunday. Charley Naylor of McAlester was looking after his interests in Krebs Sunday night. Joe Devine a former Katy agent in this city, but now working at Denison, was here Saturday. Jas. McGennis was among those from Krebs that saw Fritzi Scheff at the Busby Tuesday night. Ed. Flynn has had a large force of hands erecting double deck bill boauds at the junction this week. A heavy hail and rain storm h...

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. — 27 March 1913

jffl&jp$fyP' YP5ffrf;j "IV'S5 " CRUGE TELLS OF CONDITIONS OPECIAL SESSION MESSAGE IND. CATE8 NEED OF MUCH LEGISLATION CAPITOL SHOULD BE RUSHED Executive Reiterates Mnny Needs Ha Had Pointed Out In His Mes sage to the Regular Ses- slon, Just Closed Confining his recommendations to matters of general importance as will receive favorable action, advocating an economy program, a general appro priation for the maintenance of stato government, various propositions which have already been placed be foro the legislature and the means best suited to tho building of the state capitol, Governor Cruce sent his first message to the oxtraordianry ses sion of the fourth legislature which is now in session. In presenting hlB recommendations, the governor urges the legislature to co-operate with tho executive department and for the sake of rendering the proper service to the people to forget any animosity they might bear towards him. HIb frank reply to hiB critics, that he had done and was doing...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 27 March 1913

VsJ Millwee-Schade Company, Inc. McAlester, TAL WILLWEE, Pres. LYNN BOYD, Vice Pres. UNDERTAKING Phone 202, Day or Night - - - Oklahoma C. T. SCHADE, Funeral Director MISS'JENNNIE FAWCETT, Lady Assistant Prompt attention and satisfactory service guaranteed. Picture framing and enlarging a specialty. We sell for cash or credit. Krebs Lumber Co., Agts. OIWIXAXCK SO. 170 shall bo and costltute a Hen against n Ordinance Hcliiting to the Corn- name. pciiwition tit -llu City .Marshal, The & q ?,. At the first meeting of MfclM;uit df .Miii-kImI, and to ll the CIt Council ot said city In the I'oIIm'iiicii of the ('!( of Krebs, ti inouili of May, 10187 the Mayor,by ilio Itcgulntion .iihI Conduit of the, and with the consent of the council Police DcpnHincnt, anil Declining ' shall appoint an Assistant City mi Emergency, t Marshal, whose duties shall ho to ItH IT OIUMI.NKI) IJV TJIK JMVOII J act an City Marshal during the ab- ASl) COrNCIMIHX OK ! sonce from the city of the City Mar- TMH CI...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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