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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 December 1913
m t t-t$. Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913 Number 40 VV4VVV4V V 3 I- E. A. Daniels D Si on rug MOLESTER, OKLA. Sonic reasons why I solicit ami merit your druunnd drug sundries patron a uc If you are sick, go see a doctor. Hardly a day passes but that some person asks us to prescribe for some ill or ache. This includes everything from a bad conscience to a broken heart. While we are familiar with the functional perfor mances of the medicines we sell we are not diag nosticians. If you have been using a certain medicine or a compound and it has helped you, and you want more, there is satisfaction in buying from us "If Daniels sells it, it's pure." Or, if we can suggest something which we think will possibly be more effective than the article you call for other than a physician's prescription - our experienced pharmacists will gladly men tion this fact for you. But if you feel the need for medical attention and to know what is the matter with you see your doctor. Then s...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 December 1913
The- Oklahoma Miner P ..... ..".mTTT" Published Every Thursday BY I NIGHT PRICES All Lower Floor .$2.00' First 3 Rows Balcony 2.00 1 Next 5 Rows Balcony 1.501 'Hroiulwiiy .Join's." Mnvf .1 Rnws Knleonv 1.00 HhHl A. MAKCl M Geo. M. Cohan's greatest sue- Gallery, Reserved 75c "7" "7cess, "Broadway-Jones," which Gallery. Admission .....50c Entered as second-class matter' , R . thMitre on MATIMirp5.m p m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, proved to be. All Lower Floor $1.50 the biggest success New York First 3 Rows Balcony 1.50 had known in many years and Next 5 Rows Balcony 1.00 to use a slang expression. Next 4 Rows Balcony 75c Cohan's latest play was a com- Gallery 50c Mail all remittances, together at t.hi nostofh'ce at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. LAIN US JL1VE.IVI Ol-MJLM-UL. New Barn Located on Maple St. KREBS, OKLA. Best of Service Day or Night. Special Attention to Traveling Men. Phone 798-R CiVEMEACALL Subscription Price: One Year Six Months THURSDAY. DEC. 4. 1913. Unfair ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 December 1913
Harry Jc Qglesby's m 3 C Hll Hi ASK FOR Build more street crossings. The Drover Studio, McAlester. Pharmacy SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO PRESCRIPTIONS Select Line of Gunther's Package Candies. School Supplies of all Kinds. Toikt Articles the Best Line in Town. "j " ' ....- I,, ... i .- , ... "Satan" at the Dreamland Saturday, night. John Riley and wife have moved to Wilburton, Ernest Curnos is home from Schulter, Oklahoma. Local News Items Choctaw Flour Hs( on KarHi Kvt'ry Sack (iuarnnfood n Brewen-Kiple Groc. Co. Krebs, Okla. C & Mrs. 0. R. Whitehurst has been quite ill this week. GUI Nights Charley Barry saw "Officer C56G" at the Busby last night. iilii o Wm. Phebus of Carbon spent Wednesday night in Krebs, Send in your news iems and help us make a good paper. W I. P. Brown and daughter, Mrs, Winn visited in Hartshorne Sunday. Harry Hokey advances his subscription to the Miner this weeK, Fresh oysters righi from the coast every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at Emmett Bros. Mr. and Mr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 December 1913
'T' " ' -"i nrTirriin"if 111 111 niiinni iiiiiiimiiiiiiij)iiiiiwij.ui ii'i imwiiii iiiiwilwaMBMiBiiiSfcwM .J. r. " 1 ii ,-i i 4 V . i 'X , w Coming Here Direct From Wallaces Theatre i s The Greatest Photo-Drama in the World 1 8 v -' WILL BE SHOWN AT THE , - - -. - . ONE DAY ONLY., ' -- - JHH I . . ,- I -af , 1 I This is your chi ' v- "TJhn IS . E,ec,ricI rona lces . r - ' 10 and 20 Cents'' JM I Choctaw Kaihv i " Jjr. feLJiSS1 I . " Iynwwfwwmrtm'iin i i inm-nariTi r.JJr,.AtM5i.rn-n TnrwwwwAiwninwiiwiwwwtfiiMwi inrriiiifBiiaiw.iumuiBiium,I . glj C fc "h V- r( tP?? ? Vgjjujjimuj imi win in immnr i ii, ) i '
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 January 1914
-ifc hiw n W fc"TPT Vol. 2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914 Number 44 VSfT A H'H.f &-? 11 If ,v S Greetings DANIELS THE KSXXyJoL DRUGGIST MOLESTER "Madame Sherry." Mgr. Estes is pleased to an nounce tu his patrons the en gagement of that always clever musical show, ''Madame Sher ry" at Busby theatre, Tuesday night, Jan. 6th. This is beyond doubt one of the best attrac tions visiting McAlester this sea son. Seat sale now on. have a sign that you cfbn't have' to 'falre a magnifying glass to ee. Announcement. .Rev. Lamng, pastor GiaceM. E. church requests us to make the announcement that sfervicess will be held at his church as fol lows: Preaching on the first and third Sunday's of each month at 11 a. m., and every Sunday night. Sunday school at 10 a. m., and prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. A Nice Wish. The Bank of Krebs, always in the foreground with something new and novel, sends to all its friends and patrons a handsome , New Year ard with the follow ing wish t...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 January 1914
KREBS. 0 K L A , MINER The Oklahoma Miner ! Published Every Thursday r HKHT A. MAHCrM Entered as econd -class matter at the pwtoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price: One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - 50c THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1914. Uplift of Humanity. Something new in the world of out-door advertising has been undertaken by the National Pos ter Advertising Association Ine, This time it is not for money gain but, as stated in the asso ciation's announcement, is for the "uplift of humanity." Messrys Flynn & Co., the lo cal number. of the association, have posted in McAlester two of the finest posters ever executed in America. One is on the pan eled board opposite their on First street in McAlester and the oth er is on what is known as the Fassino board, south of the mac aroni factory on Third st. The posters are the highest i art of the lithographer. The picture is "The Nativity," de picting the birth of Christ. The picture, nine feet high ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 January 1914
LT?? iWBMwNiBW fcnwri i ;mwwMwij w im m KREBS, OKLA., MINER i migHIBlfci V v; ihe "Y We now have considerable clue us on subscription, and to make a long story short-WE NEED THE MONEY, and un less we got this amount or a goodly portion of it within the next few days we will be com pelled to discontinue the publi cation of this paper. So, if you desire to see your home paper continue and succeed it will be to your interest to come to our rescue in this matter. A blue pencil cross at the top of the paper will indicate that you are behind on your paper. We do this with a kindly feeling and no intention of offending just a matter of business. Harry J. Oglesby's Pharmacy SPECIAL CARE GIVEN TO PRESCRIPTIONS Select Line of Gunther's Package Candies. School Supplies of all Kinds. Toilet Articles the Best Line in Town. ASK FOR Miss Lizzie Hollup of son was a guest ef Mrs. Ilolstead this week. Adam-Leslie Dick Gill and Alf. Harries of McAlester spent the first day of the year in Krebs. 3IUE31...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 January 1914
$' -i- - ?fcw- . iiinniriMMMMiiMH . A y'- VJp- ' 1 ' T r- --) ; . f - ;' C- r Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914 Number 47 mi '&?' &'JmW&GmfKfiMlnrh isJf" 1 Ttyvrpw&PVif, lp jk tiff UJ BUY YOUR DRUGS AND MEDICINE BY MAIL No matter where you may be, you can buy from us by mail and receive practically the same service as though you bought in person. All such orders have our prompt, personal attention. We have about everything sold by first-cass drug stores. Our business has been built by giving our customers reliable goods at right prices. When you cannot conveniently come to 'the store to make purchases, write us; we are puite sure to have what you want and are always glad to give you information or quotations. "Get the Parcel-Post habit." DANIELS, SCHOOL NOTES. High School. Maggie Williams and Pepino of the ninth grade absent Monday. Irene Evans taught Ross' room Tuesday. Mrs. R. attended the funeral of Mr. Lew-' a few days. i- on that' day. ! Those th...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 January 1914
K R E B S, O K L A., MINER The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday BY HKHT A. MAKCl'M Entered as second-class mailer ,it the post office at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3. 1S79. Subscription Price: One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - 50c THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1914. This is the last week the blue cross will appear on your paper a word to the wise is sufficient. lc .p. anni ii -K Bushy Tlinre. ' ir-ii-ti mXr The story of Monday's out break at the state penitentiary in McAlester has been told and re-told by the various daily pa- The question now is: lid they get that pistol? Where "Every woman." By far the most interesting production of recent years, is the dramatic spectacle, "Every- pers and we presume everybody j woman," with which the public in Pittsburg county has thor-' has become so familiar through oughly acquainted themselves the New York press dispatches 7i ,t i . i e 4i,: i ;wn and magazine articles, will be with the details of lis horrible seen at bthe Busby ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 January 1914
I iwftTfiWPiw HnHHHMI mmmr'rtT tt. """WW K R E B S. O K L A., MINER B The 6yH "Every woman" Los llolstead is among our re newals this week. We now have considerable due us on subscription, and to make a long story short- WE NEED THE MONEY, and un less we get this amount or a goodly portion of :t within the next few days we will be com pelled to discontinue the publi cation of this paper. So, if you desire to see your home paper continue and succeed it will be to your interest to come to our rescue in this matter. A blue pencil cross at the top of the paper will indicate that you are behind on your paper. We do this with a kindly feeling and no intention of offending just a matter of business. See if you can find a blue caoss on your paper. Mrs. J no. Tua of MeAlester was a Wednesday visitor here. Mrs. Joe Land is now at her home here and seems greatly improved from her illness. Mrs. Wm. Ilollyfield, of Bir mingham, Ala., arrived Tuesday to beat the bedside of her fath er, D. II. Eva...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 January 1914
ll1JJfrfll"TllWJtt8"U41UH, " "maMMnEMmwMitTiHiflffDffim K R E B S, O K L, A MINER Engagement Extraordinary! isasesffs2?nissmmzasamjmmni,MmAmtaiMW3smE US artre l! Henry W. Savage Offers the Great Production ar jj The Tremendous Dramatic Sensation. 150 P PLE 150 Largest Musical and Dramatic Organization Ever Toured. Prices: Lower Floor $1.50 and $2; Balcony 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Mail orders filled in order received. Phone your orders now. iiiiii i in ii ii mi i immim imnMniimiaMBggwiiii iiwiijwuimimm It
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 February 1914
t ( -.-? i r t Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, TEBRUARY 19, 1914 Number 51 For Re-Election ai f Truth Will Triumph." wSm K M V- 'I .t N "t. - S.-j.t Pul.lu ll.,lt...ll..l. United Stales Senator Thos. P. Gore Of Oklahoma It's a grand, good thing to have our laws rigidly enforced. It's another grand, good thing to have efficient, sober, and in telligent officers to see that our laws are properly lived up to. On last Thursday afternoon a raid was planned by a bunch of Enloe's deputies, J. 0. Peters, I of McAlester, Jim Dillon, of Chickasha, Ike Williams of Pur cell and Dick Worley, of Dun can, and, according to the re port in the News-Capital, Dave Tatum as an "honored guest," invaded the homes of a number of citizens in search of "choc" or 'other spirits of fermenti. At i some places visited they found j "choc" and at a few other pla ces they found a small quantity r - q of wine which was immediately j VJiFOH-Lp O&yS spilled that was all well and good. But did they stop at this? ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 February 1914
J I i O - L. A., w : X s TheOUahorna Mmcr Pbftalih. ft Ewsr? TaarvdktT OTT A. NA(.1'N AX.NO '''CEMETn LAND'S LIVERY STABLE K2E3S. OK.LA. Best or Service Day of Night GIVE WE A CALL gtuwang far wi east t Caasrrt tine cwbbm vt otirf Sp ftal t Ooirrt drsj. r juam -x ?. ". H iiici f. Mct twt r Voar w tu X I"" Mf tun ywJwffQir MiMmiui n ml Wmnem "tL ?"riiu. H? AQHTI2JUS Jtf A. w r flMMCKltiur win w u Eaneroi a wRtit-cait rjKa- a.TrjiL. ttJFX "- " M 1MIII1 -hlflHtt iwi i- &. -.. J M m tt. mm mmUm? if -"a ."in'ii 7wtiwiiii 2A The piacta Storm: T In inv inrwdt tw ? at i calsxaBBV a Ifcvtct Tr tbykat fxe jkl SOIOOL ASCITES. Staaal Sauc-ft? sua EiiC&ft gsafe ifeeM r UJE3H! it GmMUIUN sis Haangr arag litai lift Tims. Tinmi iamoi9&. XMteEm&e utmttaKaa rm. Tiari m&mb iuSmi vt Uvr.Xrt'iWvm:? tac t jMt Sonfti Ce tw net to-tmtX-Xamitm Mantel it tm ftr ie-eiertaiw tibc- vff The wm4 f s3 f jMfiW lor iSk i8ter JeSv -a "51 Httvciufa. jmeex7 Sv cet? tnec FrAir? ami ,t; per? ii 'servs...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 February 1914
K K E B S, O K L A., MINSK 1 ry i Local News Items Looks spring-like today. The Drover Studio, McAlester. , Paul Si! va is ill with pueumo nia. Half session of school Wednes day on account of the rains. Clarence Homer transacted business in Hartshorne Wed. Frances Suggett of Wilbnrton spent Tuesday with parents here. Tony Bruno and Pete Bardo have purchased the Stanley pool hall. Young democracy is now in the saddle aqfl ready for the fray in Krebs.' Mrs. Joe Land was brought, home Sunday from the hospital and is gradually improving. 0 ir good friend J. D. Davis, of Alderson has our thanks for y nice lot of pure pork sausage. M. J. Shannon has been on the sick list for the past few days with a severe attack of neural ;ia. The A. F. of M. band will have a rehearsal Monday night and all members are lequested to be present. Miss Ilenryetta Powell won a handsome gold watch and Ro sa Crowder a diamond ring in the News-Capital contest. Mr. and Mrs. John LaPorte had as guests at a splendid...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 February 1914
muMOMusn U 1 U ... A The following rates for announce' ments will prevail at this office: State offices ;, ; County offices : t Township offices : s In Advance $15.00 15.00 $2.50 -FREE write-up with each announcement. Candidates cards, with the Union Label $1.50 per thousand m
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 February 1914
. ,. T - "Vv .. I 2fT " " S x A L . i Vol. 2 KKEBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914 Number 52 ctw Iff Democratic Candidate for Governor. uBotSwwwiwiiiiiihiiim.i i t iii i ii l 'i raari j rmwi sssaag I t!T "iii. i. t-.i. ? f . : i fc .i i .j p a nana en Busby Thonh'o 3K3C3C 3 The Mayor' Appeal. May Run for Senate. Madame Nazimova. I Editor Minor: By special re-! The many friends over tin quest of the school and Sunday , county of Superior Court Clerk ( school children of our city, as ' W. V. Buckner are urging- him I Mayor, I ask the people to re- to make the race for State Sena- la,1 .., 4.U.. i: : i !. mi i bjjuiiu luuiereiiKiuus appeal 01 lor. 1 ne Solicitation 18 growini' (service Sunday. We have live I persuaded." In his present p - churches to select from, do to,sitionns Clerk of the Sunonnr The present vehicle of the dis tinguished Russian actress, Mnd- ame Nazimova is "Bella Donna," i a nlav in four acts, that James Bernard Fagan adapted trom the some one ot them, even ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 February 1914
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 February 1914
"fW '"" W lt''" HfET A K R E B S. O K L A, MINER St. Joseph's School. "A Revolutionary Masquci ade" rendered as an impromptu, was the principal ieature of the Washington Da exercise in the Ith room. Allen, Paul Revere, Putnam, Stark, LaFayette, Whayne, Ma rion and other Revolutionary characters were impersonated by the pupils in a very enthusiasas tic manner as was also the an ecdote ol" Dr. Franklin, long al ter the victories of the French and English had made him fa miliar to all Europe. "England The sun whose beams enlighten and fructify the remotest corners of the earth," T. Clark, Englsh Am bassador. "France -The moon whose mild, steady and cheering rays are the delight of all nations consoling them in darkness, and making their dreariness beauti ful, "-C. Lahorte. French Am bassador. "George Washington T h e Joshua who commanded the sun and moon to stand still, and they obeyed," Chas. Naughton, Ben iamin Franklin. The three boys having the highest general average in the third ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 February 1914
BtXJ KREBS, OKLA, MINER mnmftmmmBmKmmvimmmBBmmmKmMKmmimmmKiBmmmiRmmmmpimrBm The following rates for announce ments will prevail at this office: State offices : : County offices : : Township offices : ; In Advance $15.00 $5.00 FREE write-up with each announcement. Candidates cards, with the Union JLiStO mimiiuwiiwu juimijiimiii i n '" nimiwjtuiiiiiimimiMM