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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

! m UlslHi A JL 3 C 3 J I Beginning today and. until June 1 st, we will sell Wall Paper for spot cash at 50 per cent plus 25 per cent discount on. the regular printed manufacturer's price list, which will be shown all cash customers. No de liveries made at these prices. Now is the time to get your wholesale bargains, for we need the cash. Miliwee-Schade Undertaking Co J THE ktrik 204 E. Choctaw, McAlester. Phone 202. If 3E3E 3E 3E3E Hi 3 Local News Items 5 l!3car: icr"" mcj Mrs. Fannie Ross enrolls for the Miner this week. High School commencement exercises at the Opera House' Friday night. I Bull Dogs For Sale. Rev. Lee Eylar of Alderson was a caller Monday. Judge Rice, Dr. Turner, Frank Dale and J. J. Brewen left Tues day for a weeks hunting and fishing trip in the southeast part of the state. S. P. Suggett visited in Okla homa City this week. McAlester's new city officials were sworn in Tuesday. John Hayden and Br Gay of McAlester were here Sunday. Mrs. M. J. Shannon has been Qui...

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. — 8 May 1913

r etyK&y -.r ? 11 synopsis. At tt bnrliinlns o rrraj M lb Kchaniclaa of ih Mrewy. "Jm'i machine, dropt SmA. Su-aw fmrtn. JMr Fiord. vlunur. and ta e P4. la th rs during tb ttatr Umr hoar rat Staotoa raeru ttnactir ;P1tel who Inirodaees htmirHt Mffmry " rr Ptmnum recv ?iw from Mhw rrtui. whj b u . Stanton tnta Mhra Ctrri on !5i"- . Tbr wa a4 lv. Stanton and MIm Carlisle 'h rto At-t4nt br Mr-h Bumm uw tohurt to nrrtTVv Fiord at Kinch JW Stanton, tella of hi borWd a to aato u Mif Cartel and tner 22? Ja' Stanton ronw to ft" ? "25 m,l" f- Tby Ha a 22r WSI hurt- artalr. A' " Ford lH Stanton ot hto twin 2-e- Stanton browwa wr m Sf !??? ywwo On ikwh. at Mf hotel JHanton repfra hrrttatton and Jeaalra. Thr r to theater tomtb r. and MM Htm, CarBata. CHAPTER VIII (Goatlnwed). "Don't or bear too mch, &ad Wt tll m If yon do." adrted Staa i2 !? fr. " aned forward. Th Mercury ottered ITrihntat roar Umh cleared the Parkway for a quarter of a ulte abend, aod leaped Ployd kept bis eyea upon tb...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

4 Jr r PAINFUL, TRYING TIMES Housework lfl bard enough for a healthy wom an. Tho wlfo who haa a bad back, who la weak or tired all tho time, finds her duties a heavy burden. Thousands of nervous, dls couragod, Blck ly womon havo traced their "Evtry "Picture Tells troubles to Blck kldnoys havo .Sfory found quick and thorough relief through using "Doan'a Kidnoy Pills. Tho painful, trying times of woman's llfo aro much easier to bear if tho kldnoys aro well. A Cnllfornla Case Mrs. II Walsh, 1M0 Tenth Ato , Ban Francisco, Cat., mys. "I hail ouch sharp, shooting pains through nir kldnoys, It Beemed that n knlfewcro being thrust Into ino My hack was so lamo I could hardly stoop Doan's Kidney I'lllscuredino atterdoctors failed. 1 havo hnd no trouble since." Get Doan's at Any Store, 50c a Box DOAN'SVflSy FOSTER-MILDURN CO.. BUFfALO. N. Y. The Kind. "On what piano aro his ideals?" "I think thoy aro on aeroplanes." Cnros OUI Soros, OthorKomodloa Won'tCuro The worst cams no matter of lion loni...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

I The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday tO. BOYLE B A.MAMCUM EiMtor Hmiff 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 MAY 8,1913. We're still of the opinion that a monthly Sales Day would bfe a good thing for Krebs. Speaker Clark has just con ferred an unusual honor upon Representative Claude Weaver of Oklahoma. During the time I whan the teriff debates in the House were the hottest and friends and foes of the measures were moving for every advant age, the speaker called upon Mr. Weaver to preside overthe House. Th2 Oklahoman was in thd chair for more than an hour and so handled the affairs of the body tu;iit he was showered with con gratulations by colleagues older in service. . It now is considered a cer tainty that the United States Marshal for the eastern district of Oklahoma will be A. S. Riddle of Chickashci and that the United State? attorn...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 May 1913

KEEPING THE LINEN IN ORDER Well Ordered Closet la, a Joy and With a Little Care May Easily Be Pro vided for In Any House. A well ordered linen closet la a joy to every housowifo who fortunately possesses one. Tho really ldenl linen closet, of course, Is ono that Is big onough to havo n window; but tho usual lino closet Is built Into sotno cranny of tho upper hall, In a rather dark, out-of-the-way corner. This sort of closet Is, of course, Just as useful as tho larger, airier ono, and with a llttlo attention can bo inado to look almost as well. Before tho week'B laundry work Is put away It should bo thoroughly aired This rulo applies to sheets, towels, pil low slips and tablo linen, as well as to clothes. If tho day Is bright and dry tho freshly-Ironed clothes can bo spread on a clothes horso on a sun shiny plaza, or In an open window. If tho day Is damp"they should bo aired beforo a stovo, flrcplaco or radiator. It Is a good plan also to leavo tho linen closet door open for nn hour ...

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. — 8 May 1913

Hurry Is the Word m 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 1 5 days and this gigantic stock musL be reduced re gardless of loss or sacrifice. r People from all the surrounding towns and coun try are coming in crowds to this In the history of Oklahoma. DON T DE LAY An her inute Get in Line! Follow the Crowds to the Bargain Sensation of the Year. Everyth kJ Factory While the Sale is On. Cor. Main and Cherokee McAlester, Oklahoma T v. 1 -i

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

i Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1913 Number 11 Off for Colorado. V ihs The formal opening at Lake Park la-st Sunday was held and a large and well pleased crowd was in attendance. The various at tractions furnished this season are of the best and you can al ways get your money's worth at this favorite resort. Thecr service furnished by the interurban this season far 'surpasses any previous year, and you can get a car each way at most any time you want it. The Lemley-Bernard Co., ap pear at the" Park Dome Sunday, Meet your friends at Lake Park Sunday. Klink-Fee Wedding. Among the many- surprises sprung on our people was the marriage Thursday at noon in McAlester of Adam Klink to Miss Gertrude Fee, both of this city, the marriage ceremony be- ing performed by Rev. Lagrone, pastor of the M. E. church of that city. These young people are well known to almost everybody in Krebs, having grown up among us, and their acquaintance and friends includes a large circle. s Miss Gertrud...

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. — 15 May 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE. Editor 0. A. MARCUM. Bs. Mgr. KRffBS, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Ed mood wiita cheaper water. O mmeocement exercises are In or dr. TIm Woodward Democrat la tarf tng oa Ha teatta year. Like Baoqno'a gboat, Swanu oovaty refnaaa U atay away. Surveyor are routing aa intern rb iu line between Tonkawa and Por. x . cars Th Roaedale Record la endeavor" to organise a biass band among 'U town boys. A Gage, Okhu, maa la searln;..' for bis wife, obtained by the nui order route. The banks of Arkansas City haw Siren notice that every Thursday af'-r noon will be a holiday. The ISI Reno Democrat believes the lira which came near destroying it water plant was of Incendiary origin. Oklahoma undertakers are com mencing to print testimonials from surviving relatives of those embalmed. Ifixchanges from over the state men tion h number of buildings stnick by lightning during the recent timiider storm. The May os County Democrat prints a lengthy essay from h congressman on ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

At Wholesale Cost for CASH! I m -nils hb FECIAL ' fly :c in & J s f Beginning today and until June 1 st, we will sell Wall Paper for spot cash at 50 per cent plus 25 per cent discount on the regular printed manufacturer's price list, which will be shown all cash customers. No de liveries made at these prices. Now is the time to get. your wholesale bargains, for we need the cash. Millwee-Schade Undertaking Co. 204 E. Choctaw, McAlester. Phone 202. THE in car: 3C 3E '1 J beveral "fly by night" shows n I oral Npwc KfJ, have attemtped to play in Krebs g L,ocai iNews items niduringthepastweek No crowd ILjni 3i imJi-noshow. Who will start that sprinkler? John T. Saffa of St. Louis is here on a visit. A fine rain fell here Wednes day night. Dow Lake has been furnishing good fishing here of late. The slot machines are still 'going with a "gum" attachment. Thanks to druggist Harry Jlokey for a nice order for job work this week. Mrs. Mc H. Ross of Hartshorne was visiting in Krebs Wednesda...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

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Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

A -A- ALMOST LOST , HER REASON But Thanks To An Old Friend, This Terrible Catastrophe Was Avoided. Tampa, Fla. Mrs. B. C. Coram of No. 2905 Highland Avo. says: "I was very weak mid worn out from woman ly troubles. My husband bought mo two bottles of Cardui to take as a tonic, and from the first day it .seemed to me I felt its good effects. By the tlmo I had used tho two bot tles, I felt and looked liko a now woman. Some time later I got my feet wot at tho wrong time, and I turned to' Cardui to lemedy tho mischief done. Deforo I had taken ono bottlo it gave mo tho needed relief. Again, In later life, whon passing over a critical tlmo, I almost lost my reason, but thanks to threo or four bottles of Cardui, I did not. That has been 15 years ago. I am now 59 years of ago, and feeling fine. I constantly praiso Cardui to all my sick friends. It 1b a wonderful remedy." This earnest letter should take from your mind any doubt you might have as to the merits of Cardui, tho wom an's 'tonic. M...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday ED. BOYLE B. A. MAKCUM Ukr Blwet Mniter Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3. 1S7S. Subscription Price: One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months - - - 50c THURSDAY MAY 15, 1913. It seems that Krebs does'nt want a monthly sales day. Dick says he did'nt and Red wine says he did so there you are. Up to the present time there has been fifty conversions at the big revival in McAlester. We knew darn well it would rain when we commenced talk ing about a street sprinkler. The Ardmoritc says all these interrogations about what Christ would do if He should come to Oklahoma are nonsensical, as there is no danger of His coming while the legislature is in ses sion. Representative Ferris has in troduced a bill in the House call for an appropriation of $25,000 for the establisoment of an ex perimental broom corn station in the semi-arid sections of Okla homa. It is believed that such a station would do mu:...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 May 1913

M A & MF. L r 15" r-v SATISFIES ALL TASTES IDEAL MENU FOR TWO PERSONS IS GIVEN HERE. Suggestion for Solution of Problem Which Is One of the Hardest With Which Housewife Has to Contend. Ono of the difNcultlos of n family of two, mnn and wlfo, Is to prepare n bill of faro from week to week and not havo to cat tho some kind of meat soveral days In succession. If tho man Is not one who works at manual labor ho Is quite, likely to havo n small appetite Tho woman does her own housework, perhaps, and she, too, Is not a largo eater. Now a ten-pound roast would last two pcaplo of this kind much moro than a week. To buy less prevents them securing tho "best cut of beef, although when thoy buy lamb It Is quite posslblo to get a good roast much smaller An excel lent Idea Is to lay out a course In ad . vanco. Say something Hko this: Itoast beef ono week. Iamb the next week, turkey or chicken or roast pork tho third week, then miscellaneous dishes tho fourth week, Hko Balads from chicken, lob...

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. — 15 May 1913

s s k Special -STARTS AT- M. M. KRAKER'S, Krebs, Okla. On Saturday, May 1 7 At 8:30 a. m., and Continues Until May 26 First five ladies entering the store on Saturday morning, May 1 7 th will receive a handsome Dress Pattern FREE. This sale consists of a big sacrifice of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc. Come and see our goods and get prices on them. iFREE NOTE THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS Ladies Trimmed Hats $3.50 to ,$5.50 value, now .$2.50 Ladies Dressses $4.50 value, now - - $2.50 3.00 " - 1.25 Silk Waists $3 and $4.00 value, now $1.19 and 2.49 Lawn " $1 and $2.50 value, now 49c and 99 cents Silks! All kinds during this sale from 16c to 34c per yard Lawn 10 and 12 l-2c value, now 5c and 9c per yard Ginghams 10 and 12c value, now 7c and 9c yard Calicoes Ten yards for 35c on sale for one hour only, from 1 to 2 o'clock Saturday and Monday only to each customer. Dress Linen, all colors, per yard - - 17cts Ladies' Dress Skirts during this sale from 99c to 3.98 Petticoats, Muslin and a...

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. — 22 May 1913

s J-Cs) C ' L ryti ti Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1913 Number 12 pl'arWJ" Shotfirer Stanke Fred Stanke, a shotfirer at Bolen-Darnell Mine No. 3 at North McAlester lost his life Saturday afternoon about 5 o'clock, in room 12 of that mine. A windy shot caused the explo sion and Stanke died from the after damp and was not rescued until about 3 o'clock Sunday morning1. W. T. Burgess, foreman of the mine rescue station was at once notified and he was on the scene at once with equipment, but on account of the condition of the entry it was with difficulty that a passage way was made. The unfortunate shotfirer was found lying on his face and it was the opinion of those that found him that he had died of suffocation, there being no bruises or burns found on his body. Fred Stanke was about 40 years of age. Ha leaves a wid ow and two children, age 3 and 6 years. The damages to the mine is said to have been about $2,000. It will be several weeks before the mine is again in oper ati...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 May 1913

The Oklahoma Miner ED. BOYLE. Editor D. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. KRBBS. OKLAHUM ., One way to avoid cholera eeems to be to avoid war. The baseball fan b'llss and the farm er smllos when It rains. tf ! nil rUUl . .I...I... . t I- ... in can lltsilh 111 uuaillj IU Ul'glU I at home, but It should not end there J Motto for the office boys "If busl nosB Interferes with baseball, quit the bufllnoas." An oastorn sclontlst-has discovered a substitute for tobacco. Possibly Its a flvo cent cigar. London doctor says, "Lacking love, you ought to be drowned." In tho sea of matrimony? Wo fool Hafo in making tho posltlvo announcement that the froBt 1b all out of tho ground. Any woman will toll you that It Ib an awful Btraln to have a husband who thinks ho can cook. Tho Jury that appraised tho valuo of a wlfo's lovo at 15 contB had In mind one particular wlfo. An onstorn artist doscrlhas a man's neck nB a "thing of boauty." What about tho "roughnockH?" Wo should not ovorlook tin fnct that our dear frie...

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. — 22 May 1913

r w& fi $' fit mm- TWO FINE VEGETABLES MUCH MAY QE DONE WITH 8WEET POTATOES AND SQUASH. First Named, Baked In Butter and 8ugar, Are Really Excellent Recipe for Squash Served In Creolo Style. Swoot Potatoes Baked In Sugar and Butter. Steam four medium-sized sweet potatoes until teriuer; or bIIco thorn raw, and cook In llttlo boiling water for ten minutes. Drain from tho water and placo a layer In the bottom of a baking dish. Sprinkle with sugar and Bpread with buttep. Add another layer of potatoes, moro sugar and butter. Fill tho dish up In this mannor with sugar and butter on top. Then nearly cover tho pota toes with tho water In which they were boiled and placo in hot oven for three-quarters of an hour. Sweet Potato Pudding. Boll or bake six smooth potatoes, peel and preBS through a fine slovc; add tho yolks of six eggs and beat well. Add one and a half cups of granulated sugar, beaten with ono and a half cups of butter and ono pint of milk. Beat all very light, then add tho wh...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 May 1913

The Oklahoma Miner iSi Published Every Thursday ED. BOYLE B. A. MARCUM Editor Bminc Manager Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 8, 1879. ., Subscription Price; One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months 50c THURSDAY MAY 22, 191G. gnr " . u XE3 il II 0 Local INews Items D L Jl E3E 3E 3E3C Some rain Saturday night. See "What Happened to Mary" at the Dreamland to-night. "The Superior Sex," at the Opera House Friday night. Will Barrett of Coalgate is vis iting his sister Miss Emma of this city. St. Joseph's school will close on Tuesday June 3rd with exercises at the Opera house. H. M. Butcher, the ice cream man of McAlester was here Monday. M. G. Davis of McAlester was in to see us Saturday and en rolled for the Miner. Attorney Jack Harley was transacting business in Krebs last Saturday. A two days picnic is being held at Hartshorne Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Ross Suggett is home from Oklahoma City where he has been working for the ...

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. — 29 May 1913

wrjwv V rft (?HWiTgpT5-VT4r' 4 jrtl. .. I . s mr- r iuSEtt? E'r ' Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1913 Number 13 ft P$ . c p s " On to Gowen. The business men of Ilarts houne have taken the matter up with Choctaw Ry. & Lighting Co., for an extension of the in terurban from Hartshorne to Gowen, a distance of some six miles. The line as proposed would go through Cambria, one of the best mining camps in the county and via. Jones Acadmey. Gowen is a good little mining camp and is located in a splendid farming section. In our opinion the extension would be a paying proposition from the start and it is very probable that the interurban people will give it due consider ation. Welcome to Our Bishop. Right Rev. and Dear Bishop: Assuming for the moment the part of representative of the Confirmation class for whose spiritual welfare your Lordship has come, I salute and cordially welcome you, permit us to re mind your Lordship of the early pioneer days when Krebs merit ed the title...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 May 1913

JT'W yMl""" f 'WWsg?'1 csjrp. " -v. F-i':StI" The Oklahoma Miner ED. BOYLE, Editor B. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. KREDS. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Hydro has sevon baseball teams. Durant business men are organizing a boosters' club that will go In auto mobllos ovor Bryan county. Durant Is endeavoring to organize a farmors' cooperative gin company with a capital stock of $10,000. Five hundred head of cattle wero recently shipped from Pushmataha county to Miller brothers' ranch. At Groggs, according to 1'ie Temple Tribune, a fanner lost a drove of i forty hogs In a recent river rise thorp I Jackson county farmers are arming themselves with poison with which to fight an anticipated invasion of grass- j hoppers. i Hobart Democrat says the Harris- , Day code, in section 1649, provides that no womon can bo deputy county officials. The Lawton Nows says that fish have quit biting and that you can now, with a cloar conscience, attend church on Sunday. ' Lightning struck a PaulB Valley bouse and d...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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