The Krebs Banner. (Krebs, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1906 Page: 3 of 8
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UOOD»*i*.iMX**»**** MMII«r Mill I J
Get Your Money’s Worth.
Buy Dependable Merchandise.
We have them. All our departments are “chuck” full of bright, new and up-to-date SPRING GOODS that cannot
be surpassed in quality and style. Our Grocery Department is full and our prices are as low as the lowest. We
handle the best brands of everything and our goods are always fresh. We can save you money on HOUSE FUR-
NISHING GOODS and invite you to inspect our lines and prices. v< u*
We carry Victor Talking Machines and a full line of Records.
The Osage Trading Co.
Krebs, * F. R. PHILLIPS, Manager. #
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City Official Directory.
Mayor........R. E. Seamans.
Recorder ........Harry Oglesby.
| E. A. Jones.
, Alec. Anderson.
Aldermen , Tom Otterson.
W. F. Davis.
I John Evans.
........Me. H. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have moved j Just received at Tegarden’a a big
to Chant City where Mr. Johnson has 1 line of Heinz’s canned goods. Abso-
accepted a position as pit boss in the lutely the best and freshest on the
bread at Tegarden’s every
City Assessor............Win. brazier.
R K. Pemberton
D. W. Teagarden.
See the Payton Sisters at the park
Mayor Ed Seamons went to Tulsa J
Sunday and returned Monday.
E. W. Flynn returned the iirst of
the week from a business trip to Tul-
Hokey’s bug killer is guaranteed.
Mrs. Roy Tegarden is visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bosley, at
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Solsburg return-
ed home Tuesday from a months’ vis-
it in Higbee, Mo.
D. H. Evans has had a substantial
wooden awning put up in front of the
McWherter real estate office.
A line line of jewelry at Teagar-
den’s. s JJ
Miss Nona Miller and Master Harry
Miller, of Newlin, Texas, are visiting
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M.
The Colts were scheduled to play
ball with Haileyville at Krebs park
Sunday afternoon, but the Hailey-
ville boys failed to show up.
Trade where you get the most and
best for your money. See Tegar-
Thomas Crowder has added to the
appearance of his business house on
Main street by the addition of a hand-
some awning in front. The building
is being lixed up for the occupancy of
Charley Harris with an ice cream
Tegarden is making prices to suit
these dull times, and it will surprise
you how far a little cash will go in
buying groceries as his place. 16-tf
The Payton Sisters Company open-
ed a three weeks engagement at Sans
Souci Park Monday night. This pop-
ular company has played a number of
engagements here, always meeting
with decided success, and are thor-
oughly established in the confidence
of the people Their costumes are
characterised by elegance, and their
attractions are all new and uptodate.
They are playing every night go im-
mense crowds. 600 good seats 10c.
states the miners will have better pay
than than the operators were willing
to offer in April. Tne 1903 scale is
the basis and the men return to work
with better wages than they ever re-
ceived except in 1903, with a contract
for three years. Thus far it was a
victory for them.
But the operators in practically ev-
ery district won some sort of agree-
------------- „ ment that will prevent little local
the government. Another party set | strikoJJ lhat have come up }n nearly
____f/A ♦ Vio Inf anil ii Inner non* . .
Our fellow townsman, K. Moussa, is
rejoicing over his success In the out-
come of his lot contest case in South
McAlester. Mr. Moussa built on the
lot before the South McAlester town-
site was laid out and segregated by
up claim to the lot and a long con-
test followed, with the result that the
lot was rewarded to Mr. Moussa a few
days ago. The lot is valuable prop-
erty how, and his friends rejoice with
him over his success.
When you are cleaning house don’t
forget Hokey’s furniture polish, 25
Mine Work Resumed.
The blowing of whistles throughout
the coal producing section of the Mc-
Alester district Monday was a glad-
some official notification that the
strike was at an end.
Willing laborers were pnt to work
cleaning out the entries preparatory
to a general resumption of business
within the next week. By Monday
morning the mines will be running
full time. Operators have orders
booked to keep them busy for several
The results of the coal strike set-
tlement are far reaching. In all the
C. T. Wilkerson, of the McAlester
Capital, was in town Monday looking
after the interest of his paper.
Dr. Jos. Haas’ Live Stock and
Poultry Remedy, for sale and guaran-
teed by D. W. Tegarden. 19tf
In the Tom Crowder building in the
best business section of main street, a
nicely fitted up room, suitable for
millinery or other small business.
every mine in the country at some
time or other. They won two impor-
tant points. One is a penalty for
shutting down a mine in violation of
contract. The operator may take
from wages due each miner a penalty,
in this district, fifty cents a day for
eacli day’s delay. The miner who in-
dulges in the luxury of a strike must
bear his share of paying for it. This
was never attempted before. The
other point won by the operators in
the southwest was of a permanent
board of arbitration. Usually the un-
ions want arbitration, but in this case
the operators had to fight for a week
to secure an agreement to arbitrate.
But with the new agreement there
can be no tie up of the mines for two
years and a new plan for settling dif-
ferences is established that probably
will never be abandoned. A long
step in the direction of settling mine
troubles without strikes has been se-
Moth and camphor balls 10 cents a
box at Hokey’s Drugstore. 15tf
o If You Want A Contract o
c THAT INSURES g
And pays the Assured; then buy Old Line Insurance. You know just g
what you will have to pay in the begining, and how much you wi 0
have to pay at the end, also the amount you will receive. I write all 0
kinds of Old Line Insurance, Life, Health and Accident. I represent g
the very best companies. W. M. BELL, P. O. Box 265. Krebs, I. r. y
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