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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 April 1913

'U s & :f CHEAP CUTS OF MEAT PALATABLE AND NUTRITIOUS, IP ONLY PROPERLY PREPARED. 8ome Directions Here by Which the Good Cook May Easily Cut Down the Cost of Living Without Impairing Menu. Moat may bo rather tough and of coarso fiber and yet contain more actual food value than cuts' that are more tender and much higher in price. But on account of tho tougher fiber, ignorance or carelessness on the part 'of tho cook and the deplorable habit of Bwallowing food much after tho manner of tho reptiles we find these parts of the animal more dillicult to dlgost and therefore condemn them. Tho good cook, howevor, will give tho preference to the bo called cheaper cuts and paits of meats, as she knoWB that with them she can develop a variety of flavors that will charm the taato at each separate meal even though the samo kind of meat be served. Meat Loaves and Molds These, when skilfully prepared, are delicious and served hot with a good gravy or sauco aio preferred by many to a roast Joint...

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. — 17 April 1913

.-' " j. .- Subs THE BIGGEST cription Offer OF THE YEAR The Daily and Sunday Kansas City Journal and Oklahoma Miner ONE YEAR for The regular price of the daily and Sunday journal is $4.00 per Year. The Weekly journal and Oklahoma MINER One Year for $ 1 .25. Lasts only a few days. ?- ". . ' -T' '?''..,-&. .-i. gf i 4 J ---.v J , W if r J- i -! I.". - Y ,' " " : -ffs " jSr"5t' '- $ . -- A . . "-,??. ; " . '- - - ,?' ; - J,a- 1 Su -" -' , - v; " - ' 'S. V '- ,S.- '.'..'4' x

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

iK "- , Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913 Number 8. K? ( iw & L . , il-, Xs.x.V,"' lA w!' Lodges From McAlester, Krebs, Harts- horne, Alderson and Haileyville to Celebrate Saturday, 26th. The various Odd Fellow lodges rate of 25 cents for the round along the line of the interurban i trip from McAlester, Krebs and will celebrate the 94th anniver-, Alderson and 15c for the round sary of that order on Saturday, ! trip from Haileyville and Harts April 26th by giving a grand ' home, picnic at Dow Lake. ' An excellent program has The Krebs lodge will be rep- j been arranged for the day, be resented by a full membership, .sides the regular attractions such as will also the lodges from Al- as boating, fishing and dancing, derson, Haileyville, Hartshorne ' Several good speakers will be and McAlester. i in attendance and deliver talks The A. F. of M. band, number-; on Odd Fellowship, ing 18 pieces under the manage- Make your arrangements to ment of Newton W. Oglesbv, ' atten...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE. Editor B. A. MARCUM. But. Mgr. KRBBS, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Ground is being broken for a tar- flary MmobIc Temple at KUbel Dbtml Okla., Is planning to organ lt a lair and racing association A pfa line roots ie being furrpj' from the Sleetra Oil field in Texas taw Cashing, Okla.. field. Atar coanfaerabie deter, caused trafortniuue accident, drilling -one more been resumed at El K tast well So. a. A Chinese baseball team from r Chineae university of Honohdn ti defeated the Alra normal school b.. team in two games played. The Hugo Husonian thinks the Jur tfcars wa "clnchy" because It gr:.t ed no awards of more than 11,060 out of all the cases It tried. Cofferrtll has voted to donate $30 000 to the Siggtas Electric Comps.i and an electric line is now aaanred ah far a Nowata. Kxca rations are being made for the jrft and boot of a new grain elevator at Alra, and a force of men is ready to begin the stone and cement work. All Protestant churches In Hart...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

ri3 .r 4-u ? b r ff 3E3C ac 3E3E n Local INews Items nrS il3iii ii tacrj i Thos. Clelland Jesse Breweiij Mrs. H. II. Bosley and grand H . transacted hnsinnsH nf tlu rnimtv rlnmviifoi. nf Dnn..f iv..wir,, with her daughter Miss Sadie at Kiowa. Uprno E i transacted business at the county m Mrs. John Johnson of Coalgate I n , N1 ,. . ' t is a guest of her sister Mrs. Bax- i-xu o.m.l.. ut iuiiuiiK wits indale orthis city, here Monday. . ' The Dreamland put on an extra Vance Long of Carbon was ' feature Wednesday night that here Saturday. I was highly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. James of, this j Chas. Naylor of McAlester city were visiting in Dow Sun-1 made his regular Sunday visit to day- iKrebs last Sunday. Have just received a complete stock of Ky-a-nize stains. Do your spring painting now. KREBS LUMBER CO. Miss Grace Scarks was absent from school Wednesday. Attend the opening game and root for the home team. Miss Louise McKennon of Mc Alester, Miss Smallwood and Dodd Gladden, of Alderson. ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

MHMIH Moll? - SYNOPSIS. Major X r- n.rT-arid'nic an army Ift nur 'V.rt intrccr hii rfai.rt 'K- - a, man to TH&&1&& for thai w.t A T..tA. ...,w-.ai thretnl "Brick" Hamlin, a w reaat who had jut arrival with - to McDonald, volunteer! for the raUrion and at&xta Jon NoMr arrives ? rtRipljr two day ahead of ached je 8be dctd to puah on to Fort 5i.fewb' , company with "Sutler Bin Morlan GonxaJe. a gambler U o a paMtenger Hamlin meta the stage with stork of depredatlonii committed rr J. J It la decided to return to Rlpjey The driver desert the slare '"hen Indian appear The Indiana are tvrtee reptilaed in attack on the aUure by is Mllwi Moy,a anJ Oonzmlen The latter CHAPTER VI. Continued. Tlien it came to blm In a Budden flash of Intelligence he was alone; alone except for the girl. They were out there yet, skulking In the night, planning revenge, those savage foe men Arapahoes, Cheyennes, Ogallas. Tboy had been beaten back, defeated, amltton with death, but they were In...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

liter H JP If accompanied with back&cho, g drasalns-down pain, do not havo S to bo. Nature oarer Intended that 3 woman should suffsr In thl 2 manner. S 3 Dr. Pierce's 5 FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION For forty year haa proved won- S P derfully efficient iui a remedy 3 P; for woman's peculiar weaknesses 2 Ej and derangomonts. 13 DUIIIIIIIIIIIIII Your DragihtLu it la StoS Oklahoma Directory SEEDS of all kinds. Uardon and Field. CataloB free. Wrlto us. HNTHIl riliaif BllHD CO., Oklahoma City Beads Beads-Beads The New Parisian Beads. Send SI today for string that retails at J2, and Ret our particulars of how you can earn $6 to 111) per day making these bends at your home. THE McCRUM SPE CIALTY CO.. P. 0. Box 440, Oklahoma City, Okla. NOTARY SEALS Stock certificates, trade checks, celluloid buttons, convention badges and pennants, rubber stamps. Submit copy and ask for prices. Catalogue on request. Address IVY PRINT & STAMP COMPANY 126 W. 2ND STREET. OKLAHOMA CITY Aud some men talk to the...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

- r- w- -V- The Oklahoma Miner ovm.KY . biibu. Attorney at Law V, , KKEBS and M'ALESTER Published Every Thursday Have You Seen Our t,D BOYLE B. A. MARCUM i I Vk I -"k W AW M. ,. V McAlster Office Over American 1 11 v5W J ilIIC Ul Editor National Bank. Bu..n.M.n...r p)0nes )S2 & 897-1 Sllld 2 Rl'llgS Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Price: One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - 50c THURSDAY APRIL 24, 1913. We still contend that our mud hole in front of this office stinks and stinks durn bad. "Bachelor's Honeymoon." A negro convict was shot and killed at the state pen today while trying to escape. McAlest'er's independent ball team defeated the Katy Switch man at McAlester last Sunday 9 toG. The man who married an act ress and introduces her to his spinster sister as the governess, got into all sorts of trouble, es pecially when the wife finds he is the fond parent of twins, aged Seventeen years. A ma...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

s m TARIFF FIGHT TWO WEEKS WILL BE GIVEN TO OPEN DEBATE OF MEASURE IN THE HOUSE. OTHER LEGISLATION TO FOLLOW Woman Suffrage Advocates and Alas. kan Matters to Be Brought Up Soon Session Expected to Last Until Midsummer. Washington. After two w roles of tariff deliberation behind cloned doors the opening of the real flglu over the democratic taiifT bill on the floor of the house began this week. Backed by tho favorable decision of the demo cratic hoiiRo caucus and bearing tho approval of President Wilson, the Un dorwood tariff bill appeared on tho floor of the house, ready for the fight ing that is to be waged there over Its passage. Tho success of the measure in tho house is assured at tho outset accord ing to democratic supporters of tlm bill. Tho party majority of over 140 Is enough to carry the t.-Vff program through, it Is claimed, without danger of a change. The republican forces, led by members or the ways and means committee, who denounced the Underwood bill in a minority rep...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 April 1913

THE BIGGEST OF THE YEAR The Daily and Sunday Kansas City Journal The regular price of the daily and Sunday Journal is $4.00 per Year. The Weekly Journal angUOklahoma MINER One Year for $ 1 .25. Lasts only a few days. tf HA 4 -A flB

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

TCr Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913 Number 9 Trolley League We are informed that George Graf, the live base ball promoter will commence the organization of a Trolley or County League, composed of towns along the in terurban and Pittsburg. George has had considerable experience in the base ball business and if any one can "put it over" he can. The towns included are MeAles ter, Krebs, Alderson, Ilaileyville Pittsburg and Hartshorne. Get it going George, the Krebs "Out laws" are "rareing to go." a seating sapacity of 2,000 has, has been filled to overflowing at ' every service during the week. Rev. Thurston Price, assisted by ' all the local ministers is in charge of the preaching service, while the music is under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stents, ac complished musicians and solo ists. It is the general opinion that much good will result from the revival. w&BMBMMiagra3ifrs Chaney's Big Sale. McAlester Lost Out. The Katy freight division which has been locate...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 May 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE, Editor B. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. XREBS, OKLAHOMA JAMES I. BLAKSLEE LOST IN JOHN H. MARBLE EEXPL l OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES 11 IKES A REVOLTS A Ml OS OH LOAN bKTWBE "fcQ$5?k JBTlSSBSSSSBISSn One hundred business men attended the annual banquet of the Kl Reno Booster club. Stillwater, Cherokee and Norman aro among Oklahoma towns that have votod out poolhalls. Ryan, Okla. It to hare a band Prof Ward, late of the a. S. nary, has been secured as director. Among other assets owned by tho McCurtaln state bank is the local electric light plant. While drilling for oil in Pawnro county, a twenty-foot rein of coal was struck by the drillers. The Marietta Monitor is suggesting the organization of an old-fashioned county fair in Lore county. A vast acreage of wheat has been sown between Aline and Cherokee, ac cording to the AlineChronoscope. Robbers blew the postofflce safe at Garber recently, obtaining a few dol lars in change and leaving a package of Btamps untouched. Ed...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 May 1913

m tf- .!'" t ?XXBQgQ$ Ty''KlSSf rW1 " , - -J7Ppv,,,rWvL ' ' X; f i L .j 5 in 3C 3E3E fl fl Local News Items 5 Orjac c lardLI Mrs. Dudley Buell visited in Muskogee Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lewis this morning, a fine baby girl. -T. J. MeClure has been serving on the petit Jury for the past two weeks. Sunday school will be held at Refuge Baptist Church Sunday, May 4 at 9:30. Miss Minnie Powell has accep ted a position in the postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Settles, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Holstead and Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Turner, were guests of Powell Abbott and wife at IN. McAlester Tuesday even ing. The Odd Fellows picnic at Dow Lake last Saturday was largely attended and a good time reported by all who were there. The A. F. of M. band of this city furnished music during the en tire day. OPENING OF ST A Airdome (McAlester) Moil Night Lee Eddington manager'of the City Electric Co., of McAlester was here Wednesday. Geo. Thompson who has been working at the News-Capital for some time ...

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

oily McDonald A T&1E OF THE ERONHER By s& ZdtRSlfo t 8YNOPSI8. Mnjor McDonald, commanding; an army post near Fort Dodge, seeks n man to Intercept Ills daughter. Molly, who Is headed for the post. An Indian outbreak la threatened "Drlck" Hamlin, a ser Keant who had Just arrived with tncs bukcs to McDonald, volunteers for the mission and starts alone. Molly arrives U Fort Illplcy two days ahead of sched ule. She decides to push on to I'ort Dodpp by stiiRO In company with "Sutler Bill" Moylan. Gonzales, a gambler, Ib Also a passenger. Hamlin meets tlio stage with stories of depredations committed by the Indians. It Is decided to return to Ripley, The driver deserts tho stiiRO when Indians appear Tho Indians are twice repulsed In attack on tho stawe by Hamlin, Moylan and Gonzales. Tho lattor Is killed Moylan Is killed In noxt attack. Indiana retire, and Hamlin and Molly wait for th next move. CHAPTER VII. Continued. Cortnln facts were cloar to remain meant death, torture for him...

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

.J I lc js Pk Doings of the Lawmakers Activities of the Week Among the Members of the Oklahoma Legislature Terrible Conditions at Granite. An one rotten potato con contami nate a whole barrolful, so with the poor facilities thoy have to work with, crirao and the lowest forms of vice are disseminated through tho reform atory at Qranlte. This was tho state ment of F. M. Murray, a guard of tho institution before the investigation hearing conducted by the ofllce of tho commissioner of charities and correc tions. Mr. Murray declared that if the authorities of tho institution could send to McAlester tho worst of tho prisoners that the abuses against na ture ani tho depraved condition that exists would bo materially lessened. Ho Bald the building prohibited any idea of segregation and that cells would be of no material value in checking tho evils, but that it was necessary to either transport or to Boparato from the other inmates tho forty or more hardened criminals to bring tho relief tha...

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. — 1 May 1913

- j '--i-1 '-.". "gee?- The Oklahoma Miner -as-Published Every Thursday DPDLKVK. IiriiLL Attorney at Law KREBS and M 'A LESTER Have You Seen Our New Line of McA loiter Office Over American National Bank. Phones 882 & 897 1 and 2 Rings ID BOYLE H A MARCUM S. A. Maxwell & Co's, Entered a wscond-clftSA matter t the portofftce at Krcba, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3. 1879. MANY WRITERS IN BASEBALL Another Member of Newspaper Pro tection Enters Ranks of Na ional Sport at Secretary. ( Subscription Price: cjnc Year - - $1.00 jx Month - - - 50c THURSDAY MAY 1,1913. Boost for the Trolley League now being agitated by Geo. Graf the real promoter of base ball in Pittsburg county. St. Joieph's School will close May 24 with an exhibition at the Opera House. Program in full will be published in next issue. Our little mud-hole is acting (some better this week since the! Miner force took a "broad-side" at it with pick and shovel. The press association that is to meet in Bartlesville ne...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 May 1913

4 L-V I MADE WITH RHUBARB 8U0QESTI0N THAT WILL IM PROVE PIES AND TARTS. Uso No Water In the Preparation of the Plant Cobbler a Special Lunch eon Dish That Has Few Superiors. Rhubarb Is ono of tho spring's bless ings. Its list of hoalth-giving possibil ities is almost endless, and Its advo cates bb tho giver of beauty are num bered by BcoreB. Pies and tarts of rhubatb are old fa vorltos. Then is a good deal of dim culty experienced in making thorn be causo of tho fact that rhubarb is gen erally no juicy that it soaks tho under crust To lessen tho amount of juice do not use any water in the prepara tion of tho rhubarb Cut tho stalks, after they aro washed, dried and skin ned, in half-inch lengths, cover thom with sugar and put them in tho crust Thero can be two cruBts, or tho top of tho pie can be barred with pastry. When making rhubarb tarts preparo tho rhubarb with tho cruBts separate ly. Bako crisp cruBts in muffin rings Wash, dry and skin rhubarb stalks, cut them Into pieces and s...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 May 1913

Hurry. -? V Hurry Is the Word CHANEY Is the Name The most sensational sale of Furniture, Carpets, Rugs and Stoves is now going on. This entire To sell at factory prices. We must have $20,000 in 15 days and this gigantic stock must be reduced re gardless of loss or sacrifice. urniture People from all the surrounding towns and coun try are coming in crowds to this iFCi In the history of Oklahoma. DON'T DELAY Another Minute Get in Line! Follow the Crowds to the Bargain Sensation of the Year. Everything Sold at Factory Prices ile the Sale is On. Y Cor. Main and Cherokee McAlester, Oklahoma tarawiwiiwrmrgggawnDgCTTWi Eg3?3SggB3K32ZBKlEHtag552E 3, rtl

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

. hJ Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913 Number 10 fr' SLA Legislature Recess Elect Officers. From Saturday, May 10 at 6 p. ni., to noon June 16, was the extent of the legislative recess provided for in a conference re port returned in both houses Tuesday. The house adopted the report. Whether the senate would con cur in the plan at once, was thought to depend on the success the upper house had in putting the capital appropriation bill through. Senator Thomas, chairman of the appropriation committee, said the bill would come out Wednesday, with amendments attached. Typographical Union No. 565, McAlester, at the regular meet ing last Monday night, elected the following officers for the en suing year: President, B. A. Marcum Vice-Pres. F. Taylor Sec.-Treas. II. R. lleltzel Rec. Sec. J. R. Whiteacre Sargeant-at-Arms, G. Y. Bryce The local meets the first Mon day night of each month in the hall over the Grand Leader, Mc- ISSUES ORDER. I Alester. I I i Lake Park W . I ypensng. O...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

THE OKLAHOMA Hm. ED V,'.t Ifv ft A. KMUW . r fMHNWNNMMRMIWHMMHNMMMMMMMNMMMMMM OKLAHOMA MEWS MOTES Tatais fta & ralr aw test f . 'As I I t s bssK Meilsri ks s unli.il fe SS) B-SSS SSy w SS w ? 3 4m dsttr r a ' W 46VI " ' past fib dastffc f Vt ?y M jr,i. b" to i mm &h ' sswssavatfs, Tfcs Mfsavr Umr'- . V&Ljr t A Sf asaV a"- "? fct toe ctttswa by tea, !:: "tit 1 pFWnsecs 41 eflL Mantafl si ftrra ' 'n 7 1 ' lirtefliisar fcfcf s Jhhu" u.- g l'; at AjrnrrffcL. to Ms in reawrt a' h mmtj gnmi Jnry imn4 Xaay akaart vtttnlbtt fta 0rafc j Boar teat tre(k wa aaam tkmm $Um a-rtfc ( i nVaaom aaaatiai tet ia falter, Tatea Da9erst maxala tlat aaw fk awMHIni taat cftr aaaat aaaVw lor fta gat grwwta la tfea akattttoe oi Ma dftcaa croa4a. iMttvktaa at aaraatU ta yoNUea la gjva ao eaaat of tfca ta& uMtom et tvo aMrmtMrrs or ta May, fiaraor oatr, vtomA aoaHL PtUtiotut araiiMK tliat tfeeatera a PonsHtail to Ofes 8&4ar, aia4 bf W poraooa, were 0led wits ta eitjr 'flUBJaaloara of Bartlc...

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