The Krebs Cyclone. (Krebs, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 30, 1900 Page: 4 of 4
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Good stock of pit clocks and watches
at Milwee's drugstore. 1’rices reason-
Win. Wadsky, secret a n nfthe r M.
A.. of Aldersun, was in Soiitll McAles-
Rest ........fcigars and t< :.accos in
town at Milwee’R drugstore. -s*-'
The new lmll, under the manage.
m> nt ot 1 led < tert liiijj. .,t \ icimui, is
Hearing cotnplel ion
Win pt > bin prices t
when von can s' t tit* t at .Milwn s
Commencing November 12,
Observation Sleepers daily betweeD
St. Louis and San Antonio, adding
another untivaled feature to south-
west travel via the Frisco Line.
K, A. Nash, of ........... i» the mao
that smiles on account of the arrival
..fa II pound girl at Ids home on
Mn||<!.| V .1 uilf 1s.
I It; 111 <I«'ll i>
i»ro to bump your hu.'ul againHt a
i« U wall you could not f >1 \\’uv*v
an anvum* doe* who moIctm from
jmach troiibb s. \\V have a pom-
«• cure .u I >r. ( t •. • • II*- s> rup
nsin. So.d bv Tal M tlw • • *, Krebs
I CHAPPELL BROS'.
| ^Livery. Feed.
and Sales statues.
<)nr Hacks tm
trains ami the
i \ oil ini'- t rains .
til M.. K. iV T. ]i
f5T BCTUHL COST,
fit/vVrs. L. PI. Wanton's
This is no I'tiko Inti sf rniolit liouosi ilonlitiir. No mhlsiui l riiils
la.leil st in'i mi liaml, but new . 1 ml Ijotititil'iil lints are mmloovorv
( use ami See lor Vourself.
Mrs. L. fl. IRantorr
Transfers Made Between All Nearby Towns.
and Miss smith will pm'.: •
t he summer 1 hero. 'I ho 1
wishes them .1 pleasant I rip.
Deputy II. K. Miller n 1 Mind
('oltimhus, t Hilo, w here he went
a car of prisoners.
Kramer's High I'alent lluurhas
tip. lull t lie lies I lire ad lllil ke Is want I *
without it. liver;, sack guaranteed !>.
Stegall A Staleiip.
If you are looking for some!hingr lor
n.ithing ask to see Slalclip A Stegall's
bargain counter. .lu-ll ■
II vou want to subscribe lor wuka
or daily papers call at llokev's drug
Mr. Killsiurtic writes Mr. Clelland
tliat lie worked Allicl'i Wilsontwocast
miles over the Oklahoma City half-
mile trucks June in. The first |
in 2:55 anti the other in 2:J\ lie ills.,
reports "Sandy" doing lirst rale.
ignite a crowd "f Id, im.u ,. .s at
tended the hall game at Oklahoma
( 'ity Sunday.
Staleiip A Si,'gall have added a large
stoek of ijiieensware to I lieir stock and
are prepared to tiiruisli your tabic
with every! Iiiug ;i table needs. in-11
Mr. liirge has done away with that
lonely look since his wife has come
Miss Atta Itiloy, if Halley v <lie, wit*
the tiuest of Mrs T. Clelland the past
Mi ssis. Ruche and Iienman are .,11
a fishing tour I'ora few days.
Messdnis. Lon Wet/el and McC, • ., I
Aldel'soli. Went to South Me A lest er
the lirst of the week.
'1'iie coal liusiiless at Aldersott is pick-
ing up. The new shaft, No. ■.. will
hoist loo ears per day later in the sea-
Mr. Jam's m. the popular young man
In me coal olliee ttl Aulersou says (>k-
ahotiia 1 'ity is a pretty good town and
thinks it a good plaee to spend the
Three cars of machinery have just!
arrived at the McAlcster slope, two
miles east of AIderson.
■las. Doyle, pit boss of No. 11, got llisi
leg broke last Friday.
Chappell Urns, have bought several
horses this week toadd to their livery
Mr. Mumaw was in South MeAlesler
Mrs. II. F. Corrv and liabies left for
Davis, to visit her parents Tuesday.
Jessie Kduards. of ILutf, visited Ills
parents here Sunday niglil.
The Cyclone is in receipt ot .1 ticket
to the Hough Riders' reunion at|( ikl.i-1
liottia City the Fourth.
I>r. llolinsworth, who has been vis-
it g his children. James Clelland and j
wife, returned to his home in Cartil-
age, Mo., last week.
Supt. .las. Cameron, of Doming,!
Ark., spent several days in the city
* in account of the mislaying of some I
notes several items failed to appear j
ast week. Among them was tile re-
cord of T. W. t'leliand's race horses,
which appears in this issue.
Through mistake we failed in last ,
is,lie I,, take out I lie I Inward Brut hers
local. The same was ordered out. lam
to blame not Jack Howard.
Klijah Green. Sr., is out again
after several days sickness.
Abe Fulerwider is on the sick liM
Lumber dealers Look out for my
ad in this paper. Call on us and we
will treat you right.
Jos KS M t'n. Cl
South MoAlester, I. T.
Fete Henrietta went to Ft. Smith
Roy Teagarden and Robert Miller
are cleaning and papering the building
oposite lleasters, to open up a confec-
tionary business. They are home buys,
have many friends and will do a good
essshje Tr’.YTTh'Cyrv-- gc-r- . yan?
^ *3 Xtr tr- zr. (M- u*-Sr. c v
Ini’ blisillt vs ami I I"1 pl’<il» s> !< *IIS.
M«iivan’s .Manna . a lunik til m-ark i!un
pjigtN, I ell \ '<n la *\\ l<i in Mule ami pel*
lVt*l Mjiire aims. A vninplri t* sel I Ut's
guirit*. lbr »j4iii/.ed aulborly. M<>i-
yan’s Manual, a line seel iunal map »*1
this (Munit ry ami Oklahoma. ami a
honk. (i1111.^1 rated over loo pages. full
nt valualile infnrinution r>ne<*niing
( Mvlalmma. all three sent oil receipt of
-1. a drift ss ! >iek T. Morgan, land
at topiey. lVrry. »tki.dmma.
Ilniise paint. llnor paint, wagnn
paint. and bwg^y paint at llokev’s
Stead* O.rib Wauled*
Several young men complain that
they haw no steady girl. It .serins
that tin y no sooner get fairly started
with a gill, probably having theatre
tickets all bought, when the girl
i “can’t go because she has a sick
; headache.” Dr ( aldwell's Syrup
l epMii cures all forms of stomach
: trouble and sick headache.
! (iirls •• A hint to the wise’’ etc.
Your friend, Tal Millwee.
• Krebs, I. T.
We deli\ei'goods in Krebs twice a
week. 11 our driver don't rail oil you
(drop us a t rip ami he w ill see ;.oii next
:;o-lt st \h i iw stt,i.\m„
Hie Homo of Albert Wilson 2-33.
!. ivrv, Feed Hoarding and Sale Stable,
Krebs, Ind. Ter.
Mrs. C. HOKEY, Proprietor
Rate: - • §100 a Day jjj
♦"i -5 3 -5C- & S « 5 -is * 3 S S 5 S J 5 -i -?* |’||0]j(' Sll.
\ I h,-ft W ilson's-I'.'isoii is closed, hut. | lie ;i iii I ,-n'iJ trotting ^ d-
»b li-tn "I 'iilif'lfv." No. 21* s I I. vliosc si pc "Wilkes liov," 2:24 '7 is ?1»*
siI-,si,'mil,'It'd iii'ihiniiors, 12 of whom Imvc ppcords Imttep
t him 2:1 •“>.
■ I 11luck \ s d;iin is the st nndiii'il diiiiglitcr of! he (Ipent 'I’.rootI Matv,
W? I "Hulii. lii-ight " win) is 1 lie <l.-nii of fit pee st n tidti r I itepopmeps. will'
>b I-Olltlime his setison until duly 1st.,-it 1 lie smile fee of Si ~t citsli with
\il t lie tistiitl pet urn privilege, nt n hove st it hie
Hack meets all Choctaw Trains at Krebs Depot.
WE DO A GENERAL LIVERY BUSINESS,
t. w. clella:
j.iziivF: k liiii).
We do all kind of livery business. Good rigs at Oj
Carbon, I. T.
South McAlester, I. T.
■t knives', tu 7*'i cents. r;r/.ois
si.iii) ;it linkers dmg stnre. :!l !
A Wusllingtnn siieeitll In I lie Gkihe-
i leinnei'ill. (lilteil t lie 24. sues: J. Gen.
Wright. I 11 it ei I Smies I mi i;i 11 inspec-
tor. with tin ortice nt Muskogee. I. T..
is iii W;is!iing11hi consult mg the sec-
retary of the interior relative to the
conduct nl' Indian affairs in the Terri-
tory. It is understood that the points
under consideration are purely legal.
A Washington dispateli dated the
2'i says: Tile president lias commuted
to live years t lie sentence of life im-
prisonment imposed on Alphonse J.
Jennings, convicted in Cliiekaslta, I.
T.. in February, ls!in, of train robbery.
The Attorney General considered the
sentence of Jennings unjust, as others
convicted with him at the same time
received lighter sentences.
The Indian Territory medical asso-
ciation held its regular convention in
Wagoner Tuesday and Wednesday.
The regular elect ion of utlieers resulted
as follows. President, Dr. I.eRoy
Long, of Caddo. First vice-president.
Hr. Gardner. Second vice-president.
Dr. J. X. Fain, of Wagoner, secretary
Dr. Freds. Clinton, of Tulsa. The
next meeting will he held in Musko-
The Ardmore Citizen says: It was
semi-otheially announced yesterday,
t hat in fixing a basis for appraisement
of the lands in the Chickasaw Nation,
the figure for the Paul's Valley land
w-mId tie *i'i per acre, and that of the
Wichita $20. Tills may sound a shade
high, hut it cannot he’disputed that
for productiveness, this land is not
supassed anywhere on earth, and will
in less than a decade bear double that
A Minivan dispatch bated the2'itli,
says: Parties returning from Fort
Sill count ry reportft Imt i lie Wichita
mountains are full nf prospectors lo-
cal iog mining claims. The recent
hill passed by congress to open up this
country to settlement provides thut
all mineral lands were subject to loca-
tion and cut ry from the time uf the
passage of the hill. Already a llig
mining camp lias been formed on
titter creek and they have constructed
a smelter and are ready to go to work.
Those mountains have att racted much
attention for many years, for the
belief isst rung that they contain much
the RACKET STORE
A Bankrupt Sale
LOOK OU T! we must sell our goods. They go at 50c on the dollar, A
stock of ladies hats will be closed out. Hats worth $1.25 go at (Piets.
Bring this paper and see for yourself that what I write is facts.
P W H. HUTCH/SON. <(
... DMA I.KI! I N.
\K ■ 1 '
n < > ry;
O Alderson, I T.
XKW ami SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
ryans, Stoves, Furnislunys,Machines,etc..
Machine and stove repairs always on hand.
f\. Kf\T Z.
Drugs Faints Oils Varnishes
NOVEL 6c DRUGGIST SUNDRIES,
PRESCRIPTIONS A RPECIALTY.
KREBS, I. T.
Why Buy Votes to Give
Somebody Else Something j
Buy something for yourself.
On each >*2.59 worth of groceries
for cash wt* give a char ce in a
Gold Watch and Silk Umbrella.
NBLLiS 6c TESTH
jDry Hoods Mens Clothes Boots Shoes Hals
Caps, Ladies 1'Hats, Laces, Hosiery and Parasols.
FANCY Groceries, can goods a full line of Italian fresh groceries
Hardware, Stoves, Gnus and Miners Supplies, Queensware.
we buy chickens, eggs and butter, etc. < ail and get a bargain, we will
treat you right.
IIILEIBS, I. T.
PROM 500 PER DOZEN
Upwards. Satisfaction guarantied. Proofs shown in all
regular sizes. First-class enlarging, latest designs in f rames
Photo Buttons and novelties of all kinds at
ROY'S fTRT STUDIO,
Also first-class bicycle repair depot in connection with a
full line of supplies at bed rock prices.
Bicycles bought, sold and exchanged- Krelis, I, T.
Ladies or Gents’.
Our prices are cut to close out, and
The above offer is in appreciation
c«f-.«*of your assistance in doing so.
Offer good ior 30 days.
The Jones Mfo- Co,
The cheapest place iu the Territory to buy all kirn sof
Lumber, Shinyles, Sash, Doors, Store Fronts, Counters
Shelviny, Moulding', etc.
SOUTH McALESTBR, I. T.
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