The Krebs Banner. (Krebs, Indian Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 24, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1906 Page: 6 of 8
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The Krebs Banner
Published Every Friday By
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MISS LILLION EDCIELL,
_____Associate Local Editor.....
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of 50 cents per year will be made.
Entered as Second-class matter Feb-
ruary 21st, 1906, at the post office at
Krebs, Indian Territory, under the
Act of Congrass of March 3rd, 1879.
FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1906
Everybody is “shoutin’ happy”
over the settlement of the differences
between the miners and operators.
Krebs merchants are in a position
to hold their own with any sort of
outside competition, and they do not
propose to be undersold by anybody.
Everybody is in fine spirits over
the strike settlement, and Krebs will
now move out on another two years
of uninterrupted prosperity and bus-
With the removal of restrictions
and the selling of the surface of seg-
regated coal lands to actual settlers
Krebs will “put on fat” and grow
like a “pig in clover.”
The Wilburton Oil & Gas Co. have
incorporated. The capital stock is
*100.000. They are boring for oil
eight miles west of Wilburton and
have already leased several thousand
acres of land.
Vernon, Texas, Guard
“A man is fortunate these days if
he has one clerk among six who does
not put on a badge and leave work
whenever there is a convention,”
says the Atchison Globe. There has
never been a people given over
to parties, clans, fraternities, bands,
orders, clubs, societies, sets, consoli-
dations and trusts of all kinds more
completely than the American peo-
ple are. Surely the Atchison Globe
cannot expect an employe to neglect
his duty as a member of the commit-
tee on constitution and by laws.—
So the Atchison Globe and Dallas
News, both of which are of the world-
ly-wise and are close observers of
t urrent conditions, testify to the ful-
filment of Divine prophecy. How-
ever, in the matter referred to neith-
of these papers have any thought of
connecting it with Bible prophecy;
nevertheless, they are good witness-
es for the purpose of this article.
“And they shall go into the holes of
the rocks, and into the caves of the
earth, for fear of the Lord, and for
the glory of his majesty, when he
ariseth to shake terribly the earth.”
— Isaiah 2:19.
And the heaven was removed as a
! the wrath of the Lamb: for the great !
I day of their wrath is come, and who j
! is able to stand?”—Rev. 7:14-17.
Today conditions are such that the
worldly-wise are seeking shelter, or
protection, or advantage in the caves
or dens of the mountains. The
mountains referred to in Divine
peophecy are not literal mountains I
which form a part of the earth’s sur-
face, hut are the ruling powers—gov-
ernmental and ecclesiast cal of the
world. And the caves and rocks and
holes of the mountains are not such
as may be found over in the Wichita
mountains in Greer county. The
caves, holes and rocks mentioned are
the trusts, combines, corp (rations,
secret societies, clubs, insurance com-
panies—f-aternal and old line—politi-
cal parties, leagues, missions, allianc-
es, labor unions, syndicates and the
like for which this present age is not-
ed. These arc the caves which the
prophet Isaiah says the people will
seek shelter in when the day of the
Lord’s great wrath comes. The time
has come and now is here when from
the largest to the smallest, the strong-
est to the weakest among the world-
ly wise are seeking advantage—pro-
tection—businsss and social— by join-
ing, going into, or becoming members
of some one or more of these caves,
or holes or rocks of the mountains.
The capitalist seeks protection in the
trusts or other combines. The labor-
er or mecahanie seeks protection in
the trades union, etc. The smaller
business and professional man seeks
protection in the secret societies, both
as a means of cheap insurance and of
increasing their business. In fact in
many localities the business or pro-
fessional man stands but slim show of
success outside of these “caves’ ’
“holes,” or "rocks of the mountains.”
And no capitalist, no matter how
strong, any longer see ks to succeed
along individual or independent lines.
He feels and knows that he must have
the protection o' the caves—trusts,
combines, corporations, syndicates,
etc. While people who are ambitious
to get up in the social world, except
in rare instances of great wealth, su-
perior talent or exceptional personal
charms, can hardly think of doing so
outside of some one or more of these
“caves, holes and rocks in the
mountains.*’ All these people who
from one cause or another seek to be
advantaged in the “caves, rocks, and
holes” are praying for the rocks of
the mountains—the combines, trusts,
corporations, syndicates, labor unions,
secret societies, clubs, etc., of the
D. W. Teagarden
GROCERIES AND FEED.
HARD TIME PRICES.
These are hard times, and the people are making their dollars go
as far as possible in the purchasing of supplies. I realize this fact
and am making prices to suit the times. I will not be undersold,
and your cash will go just a little further at my stor- than any-
where else. A trial will prove this to you. I handle the best of
everything to eat, and my goods are always fresh. We handle
the celebrated HEINZ Pickles, Catsup, Pork and Beans, etc., the
finest goods in the world. .:• •"
D. W. Teagarden
Krebs, Ind. Ter.
present system—to fall over on them I many centuries ago is lifting, and
P,„r. then, |
es by which alt worl y • - • fu^ui.e—even m the time of the pres-
and affairs, including the sectarian j ent generation. But the purging i In-
churches and nominal Christianity, tribulation—must first come, and the
are being terribly shaken. But the | purging-the tribulation-is going on
, , hoa w hoo-nn will I right now and will continue to grow
shaking, which has just begun, wilt ^ more fQr etght or tMl
not cease, but continue to grow more | yearH vet. The judgement is now g<>-
terrible, till the last stronghold of the j |ng oil'and will end with the destrue
worldly-wise and nominal Christen- i tion of existing evil. No righteous
dom is utterly destroyed, and man is | or justice loving man need fear the
brought to a‘knowledge of his naked- ; result of the destruction or judgement
ness in the presence of the Lord. He which is now going on, for nothing
will then turn from his evil ways, ac- j which is worth saving is m any more
cept Jesus and live. . ----.
The Guard does not set itself up as of drowning.
danger of destruction than a duck is
“ GET THE BANK HABIT. «
Possibly some who read this never kept a bank account. If not-, let us
suggest that you try the experiment. You will find it helpful tn many
wavs. Aside from the fact that your money will be safe from theft
and fire such a habit tends to thrift and econemy, discipline and gen-
eral understanding of business principles, aliof which are essential to
success It also affords a convenient method for the payment of bills;
and as the checks are always preserved and returned to you, they
serve as receipts for the amount paid. One dollar will start an account.
serve as nwrapw™ -------i----
Miners & Merchants Bank of Krebs.
T t nus-vvFV Prrs K- it- CRAIG, Cashikb. ®
O H.' H HOKEY, VICB-PBBSIDENT. 8. A. CROCKETT. Asst. Cashif.r. «
a self-constituted monitor of the pub-
lic or private conscience of the peo-
ple. and on this line The Guard does
not wish to be understood as con-
demning the people of this genera-
tion for doing that which Divine
prophecy tells us they will do. The
Guard is merely witnessing for Jeho-
vah God and letting its light shine
among a people who, though living in
the midst of light, are for the most
part very much in the darkness as to
the mysteries of the Lord’s plan.
However, this “partial darkness”
which God caused to come over Isreal
Jack of All Trades.
A signboard in Chartres, France,
bears the following inscription: "E.
Pichol, dealer in firewood, polisher
of floors, undertaker and embalmer,
festival and wedding dinners and sup-
pers provided. Debtors evicted.”
GOliD or hji.ver
Bridge and Plate
jgjiy Work at moder-
DR. H. SUESSKIND. So. Town.
% Millwee’s Drug Store si
ONE EARE FOR THE ROUND
To LOS ANGELES OR
“And the heaven was removed as a r-nAMCiCCH And PPTIIPN
scroll when it is rolled up; and every I SAN FRANCISCO And RE I URN.
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mountain and island (existing condi-
tions, governmental and ecclesiastic- 1
al) were removed out of their places.
And the kings of the earth, and the
princes, and the chief captains, and j
the rich, and the strong, and every
bondman and every freeman, hid
themselves in the eaves and the rocks
of the mountains; and they say to
the mountains and to the rocks, Fall
on us, and hide us from the face of
him that sitteth on the throne, and
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sundries, Paints, Oils,
and Painters' Supplies in general, Fine Perfumes,
Cosmetics, Toilet Articles, School Books, Tablets,
Magazines, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes. Infact every-
thin g usually kept in a first-class drug store. **
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
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