The Krebs Banner. (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 16, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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The Krebs Banner
JOHN C. VERNON
Editor and Proprietor.
.. .. (>0
Almost Unanimous Vote for City
the First Class.
Holered »t tUe posloftln' lit Kreh».
Okla.. February 21st.
olass until matt or.
1000. as second I
Socialist Ticket Gains
The Place to Go
Buy Good Furnitu
THURSDAY. APR. It. 1'tOS.
CITY 1)1 KEdTOK Y
cn v oi tici.ks.
......It. K. Seamans j
City Treasurer.. .
.........O. H. Reed 1
. ........Mr il. lie —
.....J. R. Blackwell j
A. A. Rice and
K. A. Jones. First !
ward; John Joyce
gpd I'M v
About ! hirty Over Last Year’s Vote f
=-New City Officials Will
| All Kinds of Building Material
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
We can fit you out with anything in
house furnishing line. Our furniture is new i
up to date. You should inspect our stock
Iron Beds. It is the finest line in this secti
Kolas, Dressers,Esisj Chairs, Caijets, Rugs.
Squares, Mattings, Linoleums, Mattresses, W
dow Shades, Lace Cut tains, Etc.
Second ward; 0. M Dill**
J). W. Tegarden.............
It. K. Pemberton...........
0. II. Kurd...
Nothing unusual happened during the election for city officers
Tuesday. The Socialists gained about thirty over last year’s vote,
mil ivm. while the two old parties sea-sawed considerable. The main con-'
R. E. Seamans, present mayor, J
was re-elected by 45 votes, while J. R. Blackwell, present marshal, j
was defeated by ■» votes, and Nim Homer, republican, elected.
Had the election been confined to parties and straight tickets voted
the result probably would have been an even break between
Republicans and Democrats. The former, however, claim a small
majority in Krebs. All of the newly elected candidates are good
Kii u lu r. Third wind; Antoni" i>i' ''i tost was for mayor and marshal.
nnd George McNeal, Kourtu ward.
City Council incuts on Monday night
of each week.
Thnmn- I’rowtlur and Al* \ Whit*
.Tmi-iiriM- men, and are well qualified to fill their respective offices.
G. M Chaney Tradinj
Undertakers and Lmbalmer
K KICKS ami Me A LEST KR.
Ml IHolUMT Kci.scoi* AI « III i:i II, S*M I II
—Regular services second and fourth
While the Banner has the utmost regard for that gentleman
and splendid citizen, S. A. Crockett, republican candidate for may-
jor. we were pleased to herald the re-election of R. E. Seamons, for
more reasons than one. He is already in the harness, has matters
pertaining to the welfare of the town at his command, and is a With you.
Wc Hope to Cut Some
u want you to
Sundays in c»ch month, morning ami booster for krebs. At this critical time it would have been uriwi.se >av something noo<l about
not to have retained him in office.
.1. W. El'll A N K>. Paslul.
1 «rn*»r ('iiritcii 'Regular nervier-
llrst and neunnd Sundays in uauh month.
Sunday school every Sunday at 10 o'-
clock a. »•; J, M. Higgins. Supt.
.1. A. KoNi>, Pastor.
Phesiiytkhian Church—Regular «cr-
viecn every Sunday at II o’clock, a. in.
Humlay school ut 10 a. in. MB* Agne-
G. W. M< AVhkrtkk. Pasitir.
North Mkthodist Epircopai Chuim'ii
— Regular services first and third Sun-
il.iys of each month, morning and cve
ning. Sunday school every Sunday at
10 a. m. Bruce Howard, Superinten-
dent. Prayer meeting every Tlmrsduv
at 7 Nio p. m.
L. Q. Hakokavk, Pastor.
( \thoi.h Church Information t<»
George Washington Connell N*». t.
•Ir. O. 1 A. M., meets every Tlmrsduv
night, at the Oglesliy hall at 7 GW) p. in.
Kurd Dorui.At*, Councilor.
E. F. Boyck. K. S.
K. MoncRikk. R. S.
Martha Washington Council No.
Daughters of America, meets at the
Oglesby hall every first and third Tues-
day night of each month * 7 p. in.
Mb'. I M. Kovi K. t'ouncilor.
K.. F. ItOYeK. F >
Ma H. Ross, .1 k.. R. s
I . K. «»f (it .1.. N o. 17HI, iiiccIm hi
the Oglesby lial 1 every Friday night at
7 o'clock p. in.
I). M. Dili.k. President.
E. I>. Mii.i Kit, F. S.
J. A. HkathcOuk. R. S.
A. F. & A M. in eels on the] third
Y\ ednesday night of each month ai tin
Odd Fellow- hall.
If. II. HokKy. W. M.
•I. .1. UllK. w kn , See * \
The vol e for Krebs to become a
city of the first class was ai-
most unanimous. Following
is the official
S. A. Crockett, rep
H. E. Seamons. dem
For City Clerk
E. J. Roche, dent
.J. L. Vaughn, soc
For Police Judge
E. F. Boyce, rep
Thos. White, dem
For City Treaurer
Thos. Russell, rep
M. J. Shannon, dem
For City Attorney
Me H. Ross, rep
For City Marshal
Nim Homer, rep
J. Ii. Blackwell, dem
R. L. Johnson, soc
For City Assesror
Roy Teagarden, rep
VV A. Frazier, dem
For Street Commissioner —
1). M. Dille, rep
Wnt. Flesher. dent
Geo. VV. Flesher, soc
For Treasurer School Hoard
Will Oglesby, Jr., rep +( 0)
Robei: V> at m, soc F (24)
+ Outside limits.
For City of First Class
us if you can, and give us
hail if we deserve it
I’hone 25—we want to serve
Fen acres of rich land within four
miles of Krebs, title good; 15.00 per
acre now, will be 35.oo in a year. Ten
. - , . acres bottom land, on creek, timbered
wnoctaw Ice and Coldiandricl1, Askf>ri>neo.
A five year lease on GOO acres of land
‘•’I he world goes round and round;
n*line go and Home down,” does not
apply to Krebs real estate, which is go-
ing up all t he tiiije.
Here is a revised list of some splendid
proprety. for -ale at bargains. This
property can all he sold in a day at
prices far above that asked for it n year
ago, and we are asking le.-- for it today
than it will bring a year hence. There
can he no more safe nnd certain way of
living and making money than buying
Real Estate in this splendid New State.
If you fail to buy now while it is cheap,
you will have yourself1 o blame, which
is the saddest reflection “of all sad words
of tongue or pen, the saddest arc these:
It might have been.”
One three room house and flue lot on
at $300 a year, $1500; a five year lease on
120 acres at $50 u year, $250; a two year
I VY.S AMBROSE, Mgr., Phone 25 li*»«<-un aio at $«b a year, icjii. in all
MoALKSTKR. OKI, A.
SKATE SAILING LIVELY S?0r.T.
amounting to *1870. This can lie
1 "light for $11881, if taken i|iiii'k. This
i- u snap and won’t be open hut a few
Less Expensive 5tore.
27-inch Simpson Zephyrs, regular 15c per yard at................
36-inch rain proof suiting, regular 33c value, per yd...............
.10-inch stripe and eheeh N’ain-nok, regular 15c value, per yd.... 12
04-inch bleached table Damask. 50c value, per yd..................
72x!H)-inch bleached nnd hemmed sheets, 85c value, per yd........
40xdt*-inch Pilow Cases. 40c per pair value, each..................
Twillev. and checked Towing, 8 l-3e value, per yd..............0 1
Vpson Check Gingham, regular 10c value, per yd ........7
See these items we are offering in ourO ts Furnishing
Goods I >e part ment.
1 lot of Gents Madras Shirts, worth 85c each, for..................
1 lot extra tlue imported Madras Shirts, worth $1 to $1.25..........
1 lot Gents Rockford Socks, regular 10c value for...................
Sailor May Travel a Mile a Minute
with No Power Save the Wind.
To he one's self the mast and the !
A new three room house and large
b*t. in east Krebs, in a good neighbor-
hood. for.............. — . . $4oo
tiller and the boat-sailing and .skat- A l,m"' r0,"i’ l"’"'se‘ lar«f '<>t».
Ing blended m (lie speed of a high- ; stable room for six horses, feed
class locomotive—this is the sport of ' room, all under good fence, good well,
skate-sailing, says writer in Country for 3(H), if taken quick.
Life in Aniorioa. In an antomobila, A good four ....... house, two largo
vn a racing keel, on s blooded horse ■ , ■ , ,
thr mm. , , , . , lots, large burn. good storm cellar, good
the man that guides by clutch or rill- , . , . , ,
er or bridle la a pi...... „f dead freight, **"’*" ......',r *............ in flr,t cla8s
of his weight a neighborhood, for B.2B. This is a deslr-
. ' piece of proi-rty for a ........
Alone, of sport.-- fiiat attack time, !
makes use guidance itself a?
o nftrt of the prope. '.a,ve force.
The man hWselt is both sal! area
McALESTER, - - - OKLAHOM
and live br
Ice ahead, ri
footed go 1
Wings * ii
•red to gr ’
lyt of the
With * forty-mi!?
'Im and clean, green
ate sailer conies tlio
• ver get to the wing*
f. Mid his arms teth*
te wings, he is the
wind in a kind of
rha|»i Vy of motion. He is as sens!*
A stone building and lot on Main
street, first class business locution*.800.
A good six room house, two good
business lots, good wall, good brick ci-
tern, stable, fruit and shade trees, all 15
under good fence, for 700. This must iy
be taken by March 15. r it will be ink- I !£
en off t Id* market. I
A two room house ami one whole!?
block "f good ground. 25 fruit trees, I y
under fence, in McAlester, toget her with
Millwee’s Drug Store
Drugs, Patent Vtiieines. Sundries, Paint-. (»i ■*.
Jind Painters’ Supplies in general, Fine Perfume-
Cosmetics. Toilet Articles, School Rook-. Tablets
Magazines, Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes. In fact every-
thing usually kept In a first-class Drug Store.
five u, the situation as a photograph. 45 acr‘'“ Kood ,8rra 'j""1 ,lnller '
O. K S. meet*
1ml 1 on the first
Mrs. K. Lawn n*
Mrs. d. ,j. Brew,
at the Odd Fellow.*
Wedne.»da\ night of
K. of p, meet - at t he Odd Fellow- hall
overv Tne-day night of each week.
John Him hiss, c c,
•lo II \ " ATSON, K <*f R. ,V S,
For Councilman 1st. Ward
Heed Fullerton, rep. lonjr term.......
E. A. Jones, dent, lotiff term..........
Thos. Caswell, rep. short term
Thos. Flannagan, deni—short term
For Councilman 2nd Ward
l’hof. Corano, rep. long term..........
S._ P. Knox. dem. lon^r term .......
Uni. Ament, Sr., soc. long term
Thos. Otterson, rep. short term......
■lohn Weaver, dem. short term
John 1’. Corano, soc.—short term.....
For Councilman :!rd. Ward
M. D. Heed. rep. long term......
J. F. Jones, dem. longterm......
John I vans, soc. long* term
Wm. Oglesby. Sr., rep. short term.
Hoy \ arley. dem. short term
ArchieMcLellsn soc. shortterm.....
Ic plat*?. Every tr'inor of the sail ac-
tion pass* s through him, and ho
adapts himself momently to the vari-
ations of an off shore breeze.
The old wo:-’ I dream was of a cen*
taur— ma i-fn ’ two natures in one
bodv. I his twentieth-century sport
we have $cal:z* I a roan-boat
effurt to pr «• that a roan may cover
a mile a nunute. unaided by steam
oi gasoline, bv t’ propulsive power
of wind alone, will be made this ad-
vancing season by some skiite-saileri
If taken quick, this will go for.
SNAKE AS A HYPNOT«T.
W. O. \V. Hin ts at the Oglesby liail ,,
................. Wednesdaj nights u| ol' OUncilman Fourth Ward
each month. ' /v. ... . »» v .
(' N. S||AM Wool), (\ (’
L. S. Dakuxo, Clerk.
For Sale- Sixty-three bales of
new hay from first cutting. In
first class condition. See ('. 0.
L. C. Epling
Office: (;i|| building, rooms 1 and 5
corner Grand ave. and 1st. >t. Pb
WCALi St I It,
Iteligious Services at Christian
Church, McAlester, Olda., every
Sunday. Sunday School at 9:15
a. m. and Sermon by the pastor
M. S. Johnson at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor
at 5:30 p. m. Interurban cat
make good connections for all
these services and the peop] • !'
Krebs are cordially invited.
(leorge Mi Neal, rep., long term
Antonio Rich, dem., long term.......
)Vn’ L|,'Hee, soc., long term........
Steve Testa, rep,, short term........
John Connelly, dem. short term....
James 1.egrand. soc., short term
For Member School Board, 1st Ward
U. H. Bosley, rep, long term.........
D. H. Heed, dem, longterm...........
C. (. Ross, rep, short term...........
Alex Bice, dem, short term............
I'or Member School Board, 2nd Ward
H. H. Hokey, rep, long term.........
Mias. Ilokey, Sr., dent, long term.
Deo. Martui. soc, long term-
Uni. Horton, rep, short term......
' rurtier. dem, short term........
Uni, o Williams, soc, short term ...
*'or Member School Board, 3rd Ward
D- B. Buell, rep, longterm .............
H; K. Pemberton, dem, Jong term......
Chas. Lewaday, rep, shortterm.........
John .Ioyce, dent, shortterm ............
D. \\. Tegarden, soc, short term......
I'1*' M : a,, School Board Fourth Ward
Steve Di i.'iieitno, rep. long term
Dito:.; Domin c, dem long term.. .. .
John Brock, rep short term
11. A are, dem short term
Powef Over Its Victim® Now Explain-
ed on Occult Grounds.
Hypnotism has been advanced ai
an explanation of the peculiar fasci-
nation exercised by serpents over
weak animals which become so Influ-
enced by the eyes and body move-
ments of their charmer that they are
easily captured Birds, squirrels and
mice are the readiest victims.
According to the instances observed
Ihe doomed animals seem to realize
their danger, but are powerless to
resist the influence. Sometimes a
diverslou, such as a mtde'en noise, will
break the spell. It may have been, In
the Instances observed, that the vic-
tim was a parent trying to distract
the snake’s attention from Its young
and approaching Incautiously too near
ita eneroyr Or there may have been
an attraction by curiosity or antipathy,
the victim becoming careless of lfa
danger through auger or weak
through terror The explanation that
a state of hypnosis is induced is roa
The common hen may be readily
hypnotized and music renders some
mammals Incapable of movement The
first move of the snake’s victim nay
bo one of curiosity. Then the snake
may, oven without being aware of it,
exert its hypnotic influence and. see-
Ing its prey within reach, naturally
avail Itself of ita opportunity.
lOo acres of coal land, with three'
veins of coal, each vein three to four
feet thick slopes about six inches to the u
yard, lays one and a half miles from the j
M. K . A: T. railroad, this can be bought^,
now f**r 2o.oo an acre, but this must hrT
The I taken within the next ten days, as ir
will be taken off llu? market. \Vc will j
show you this big bargain any day.
Don't fail to call on us if you wish to !
rent. sell or buy u house or lot, or if you j
want insuranee against tin* or cyclones
in the oldest, strongest and most rclia- '
l.de old line companies, or if you wish i
to protect those dependent upon you
from poverty in ease of death, '
Millwee’s Drug Store
j Krebs, Oklahoma
* '***♦*♦*♦♦•♦ *♦«♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
protect your old age fr*m want by lay- ; <
yearly. We repre- 1 \
away a fe \ dollars yearly. * repre-
sent that pioneer and monarch of all
life insurance companies—The New
If you need anything in our line don’t
fail to rail on us. We will gladly ex-
RUSS & TfMDtN
IME, Cement, Laths,
in our Lin
FEEDING ANIMALS. IN WIN TEN.
Where Malrfcn Grapes Grow.
Malaga grape- do not come from
Muscatel and wine
•ted fro;:: '!r*b
come from '.’r.Htja.
ast, which .dbal-'t
: >p o? 2,0bi .’.tOO i
•bout 100 '
bss nn annual
Squirrels and Rahbits Most Quickly
Of the animals tHat \\. ran roax
1 | inrels
| ; f s in
convenient places ,, i.; th-y will make
nr. • mratl , will they
remain lung out. i le their comfortable
have plenty of fund stored.
In Central park, New York, the
gray squirrels have lx n me so accus-
tomed to being D d that they have to
a great exten: given up storing food,
and rely chleM.\ on what they can
pick up each dc Real squirrels can
br • they
are very questionable H Hows. In fact,
the general opinion is decidedly
against them, owing to their partial-
Ity for eggs and young birds. Chip-
munks hibernate in their under-
ground homes, ku wo cannot count on
them for winter visitors.
The cotton-tail will < nderreni to
•ccojil da. ties iu tlu* m »f green
vegetables tthough on . Mom baa
•s' ■ -uxu , ut, as .
he comes aim* • nti:- night, he !
ks not a very ii Merest c; gu.j..
\ LR\ article sold guaran
teed to be as represented.
UBEROID Roofing, the onl;
that is genuine.
New State Lumber Co
Krt bs, / Idcrson and Hartshorn*, Okla.
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Vernon, John C. The Krebs Banner. (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 16, 1908, newspaper, April 16, 1908; Krebs, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1078347/m1/4/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.