The Krebs Cyclone. (Krebs, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 30, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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THE KREBS CYCLONE.
si (vkssor to tiii:
MOTTO "A CLEAN SWEEP.
KREBS, IND. TER., SATURDAY. Jl'NK 3i». l"oo.
VOL. II. NO
Most of the Best People
TAKE NO CHANCES
• Ti-E KREBS CYME:
Me lleplorc' Iheli Conduct
S$ Clothing Safety.
' i S\ he
So. Me.-\l ester, I. T.
♦ (♦ O ♦')♦♦♦•»♦ M i ♦ O >» H »♦<•♦#'■/» ,s «
i;«l W.itkins, Mr. Ilownid, (do Mo I
AIpSm ntul othcrskiiioiTTl in the elTorl I
Hut to Miss li.'.l Me Alpine, into whost j
I hands tlie entire mnnairmnmit wa-
! placed, is due unlimited er-dit. lie: i
ility in this work in well known.
>1 lowing is the entire program:
soiio-. by t lie seliooi. We A re (A iinint'’ !
iTayer, by t In* pastor,
I i fact all vehiehes. Also shaves, tongues, cushions, tops; anvnhing in this Address, by Aym* W atson. \\ nl
line. The laruest house of the kind in this country, it will pay you to ^et ( h Welcoim
iiU ij r /I ii i.
lnu. i or.
Wagons, Buggies. Hacks %
SoulA fylcR lester, I. T.
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THE NEW ROUTE
EAST AND W
PULLMAN SLEEPERS and
r> r- '■
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
... BETWEEN .
MEMPHIS AND WEATHERFORD, 0.
THROUGH CHAIR CAR BETWEEN MEMPHIS and FORT SMITH, ARK,
HENRY VYOOD, General Manager.
J. F. HOLDEN, Traffic Manager.
LITTtjE ROCK, > - - ARK.
4» 4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4
B- e. CORRY.
Attorney=at=Law and No-
Collections a Specialty.
KHK1IS, INI). TEH.
•itnlion, Nellie Mumaw, siindii: j
Song. I<y t lie children. I.ovi1-, Lab'll' I
Heeitation b\ Estlier Jones, 'i l.. \
<>p< n I )oor.
Iteeit al ion, by I.ein \Y; iiiams. 11 |
I lialoguc, by I In <•< j: Ks. .!• - I.itl '*
Song. In the choir, We ( ri.• ■ W ;M. 1
i I a ppy ! i ea rt s.
Recital ion. t I race Watson, Ilrigiii
I lay < if I lay
liee it at ion. by K!len Mumaw. Iltaii
I itLlI Flowers.
Heeitat ion. by Mary Ingli.uns. Wot! !
l or Jesus.
s iltt. in The Time < h II,"Is An-: |
lilt isst mis.
Recitation, by Jess;,' Marlin. 11• •<i~
Heeitat ion. by He .si.; McAlpin . i
Ilia!,tune. b; six -jiiis. ’i'1. I w, i
(la tlie i els.
Mine, by the choir. Ilap: . Vouthrul
Heeitat ion. Lizzie < )'\\’il!iunis
Motion soup, by tin* chi iren. Sun-
Address In Snporintendent.
Recitation, In Allice o'W: liams.
S,ilie. hy tlie elioir. T’iie Suniinei* is
Heeitat ion, by Etliel Skates, Joy Is
Hecitation, by Laura Weaver, Some
Hecitation. by Tayiner Fraziei'.
i What, Am I Dointr For Jesus.
Sony, in the elioir, Our Home Is
Dialogue, in four pirls. Merry I’irds.
Hecitation, liy Flam O'Williams.
Soup by ihe elioir, Living In The
Chosen addresses, hy Marv Cielland,
Stine. In tin- seiiool. Mareiiinti I Ionic
I d i kid w i hat if I laid been chair-
man of tile executive coiiimiltee all
'"lie uproar aid noise that existed al
' lie convention would nol have been
illowed, ami I am sure I luit perst mally
tin nol censure l lie ael am oi (
\| iveiim and Ills friends in doinu wlial
hev no doubt tlinupld was l iuiit, US
Ceil is a pi'i vi It'L"' I led I a!way s •_ r : lit
' 11 even one. and tiial \vith"'il Itiaii
[ know tin* t I’eal menl on t lie sueeis
was had, and I know you p r o'ia
‘a ell enough to kuo-.v lliat I lie siali-
int'iii s in yoijf If! i' 1 must let no . n il
I only express my regrets and iiriti
Cult vou do nol hold liu'ii) u;milist
'iiyself and family or the best ptuple
if i be i i’ .. as tin y deplore iI very
much ml l rust you w i . all ; ' •
Uiat il was 11 ii‘ nail'll and la- <11turjf
, ii-ment Dial slii li d tlie o- is.■ ao-i
» V « « I
♦ * • • 4
t»j ,‘sulvt* Mu t lulluii^ proulfin.
Choctaw Tailoring Co.
♦ ♦ ♦ 4 i
^ ----AND -
KATT CKAIB CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY
^ Fifty Cents
DR. S. A. LONG,
Milwee Block, So. McAlester, I. T.
Cyclone t.uilKe No. 3, 1.0. O F.
'4 Krebs. I. T.. June u’J. I'aoo.
Whereas, it lias pleased tlie all-wise
God. iii his providence, to remove
from our midst our beloved and re-
DEAI.ERS IN i spected lirother John Junes, whose
! instant death, caused by a fall of rock.
All kinds of new and second-1 ‘WUR,fl "" •lune-1- 1WK)> tliei-t-rort* 1,"
hand Furniture for cash or " Res„]v(,rti the ,|,.ath of om
oil weekly or monthly pay- brother. Cyclone Lodja* No. ;k lias lost
ments. ;i faithful nu»ml>ei\ who had attained
Drop hetid Sewing Machines | Jfw* <liW|lit' of I'asit.raml oitiee, and
worth St>5 at <32.
Grand representiitive, and who fur
Ingrain carpet from 45c to |
51 ready made.
Rag carpet at 40c.
I >cds frinn >2 to S<».
memlier of t lie order, si ronjf in 11 is love
I of t ruth. Ids life w as such that lie pave
I honor to the order. His example is
worthy of emulai ion, t lie prief st ricken
Cook stoves from 53,to P55. relatives and friends liaveoor heart
At Durant last week a tire consumed
several old wooden buildinyrs on the
north side of street. The damage is
estimated at tls.iKio with less than
Stove repairs of all kinds.
Farmers tools of all kinds,
(l.irdners tools ot all kinds.
from 52(1 to felt sympathy in their sad hereave-
j meld. Asa token of respect our
(.'barter lie draped in mourning for a
period of ,'iO days. And be it furtlici
Resolved, that these resolutions lie
spread on t lie minutes of I lie lodge and
a copy of same tie sent to tlie lelatives
of our deceased brother, and further
that a copy be sent to tlie South Mc-
Alester Daily Capital, tlie Western
Odd Fellow or Odd Fellows Review
and tlie local papers for publication.
Very respectfully submitted.
John Rkdpath, Hast Grand.
Jacob Zrscm.AG. Hast Grand.
! Thomas Clakk,
I. T, Committee.
I.....is u, 1,1,bile s:,;x: ,1m!.."' \ aiil -
vi'i.l* r. assistant allorney gi'iieral 1 a
lie interior depa ) I meld, said todr.
1 hut tIk* provivi'ins Ml 1 In4 Curti.s id-a
................. in Uk? Indian T.-ni-
tnry. r< -;,nl!t >s nf 1!if opiniomif J11<il**
rhoin.is. of \ he I' 11 it«‘<l Si.itrs com 1
:'ur that reiiitoi v that this law is tin-!
■ •unst it lit ionnl. 'I”h«* depart lmMit be-!
I lioves t bat l lie niurt of appeals for t lie
| Indi.iii Territorywill reverse this do-1
• Mon and hold that the law i>. valid.
.1 udtfc X’andeveiiter said that tin*
| departnu iit is not rocoiviiiKreouiplaints
j in regard to the enfurceiiient of Hie
law. It has been in operation since
June '2H. lxit^o and t he (lepartinent be-
• lieves-that. its provisions are just,
' equitalile. and as ^tod as can be bad
pending rat itieat ion of t lie Creek and
[ Cherokee agreement s. W'lienenny ress
1 meets atfain it is expected that these
two treaties will he rati Hod, and
then land tenures and oil and mineral
leases will In* put upon a stable and
more satisfactory basis.
The decision of .Iudtfe Thomas will
be brought to tlie court of appeals and
the department ollieials believe it will
The representatives of the Creek
and Cherokee Indians maintain t hat
the Curtis law is unjust in some of its
provisions. They eoinplaiu of its re-
quirements coiieerniiiK the i mil pay-
ment fur improvements on lands held
in excess of allot ments. and its r«*^ru 1 -
ations in tlie leasing of coal and oil
lands, wliieli plaee tlie authority for
making these leases exclusively in the
hands of the secretary of the interior.
The secretary, however, lias not yet
made any leases under the authority,
and tlie Indians admit that no special
injury has been done them in Ibis par-
ticular. The.\ object to the power of
making such leases lieiim vested ex-
clusively in the secretary as it might
In t he Creek and Cherokee agree-
ments now pending before congress
provision is made lor payment for im-
provements on excessive holdings.
The department believes that it.s ad-
ministration of tin* Curtis law until
such t line as the t reatles are disposed
«if finally will not work injustice in
Amende honorable from the Hurts-
horne Sun: In the article headed
“shooting affray,” which was published
last week, we are glad to make amend-
ments. We learn from good authority
that Mr. Gosling had nothing to do
with tlie affair and that the McGee
woman did not carry to the house of
Gosling's a winchester, but instead
carried a butcher knife. The Sun makes
mistakes, but is always willing to
amend them when we are convinced
they are wrong.
We are too busy to talk.
Will see >'ou after the-.*
The Glorious Fourth
Is at Hand.
Say, Brother, I got fat by using
Smith & Pannell’s groceries. They
•.*sell all kinds of good things to eat.
Good high patent...............91.90
8 packagea coffee................ 1,00
10 pounda granulated sugar...... 1.00
Good breakfast bacon........... 10c
Dry salt meat.................. 8c
8 bars soap....................... 25c
We make a specialty of feed stuff.
We have everything else, sucli as
queensware, clothing, etc.
We do a jobbing business. Terms
Smith & Pannell
S T. WILLIAMS
All kinds of
or h;tii<I uic dow ns
reed l mum
BLACKSMITHING AND WOODWORK....
Horse-sl)(a‘ing a Specialty. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed. Horses with faulty
action receive careful attention.
KREBS, I. T.
W. J. OGLESBV
Druggist, Jeweler and
Optician,-.* ,* .*
Has Just received a nice line of jewel"
cry, consist ing of gold tilled and sterl-
iogsiivei tirac■!,■ fIrieiidslijp hear s
ol tlie lilies styles. Also a nice line ,f
ladles bronchos and lorgnettes, A nice
line of musical instruments and tlx-
turcs. Krebs. I. T.
We are now prepared to boar,
Find train well.bred horses. lLu
1 ing been engaged in this special tin,
; for a number of years, our expert
i'iice and facilities are unexcelled
Hr ices reasonable; satisfactioi
guaranteed. Ciui-m 1 IJi!(,s.
Clellattd's Livery Stable.
Ice Crram Brier ( hlll k HOVts both JIHNSenger
Mrs. Alice Little liax opened an ice t mins and tin* morning' local on
cream parlor in tlie McMullen store, tin- ('.(). A (}. Hv. We also meet
three drsirssouth of Chaney Trading) train No. 1 and'both Fivers nt
Cunpany, and solicits the patronage j Old McAlester. Sjieciul attention
of all who wish refreshments. tf given to tra veling men.
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