The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 3, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OKLAHOMA MINER
Have you ever noticed the lack of
comfortable chairs in some homes?
Doesn't it always make you feel that
you are not a very welcomed guest?
Good comfortable chairs and rockers
are always useful and a blessing to
any home. We have many styles to
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Groceries Furniture Hardware
1 he Oklahoma Miner
Published Every Thursday
J. J. HEATIICOCK
J. J. Blizman Editor
Entered as second-class matter
at the postoffice at Krebs Okla-
homa under the Act of March 3
One Year by mail
By Carrier one month -In
Dr. J. W. Echols Specialist
eye ear nose and throat.
New Cambron building Mc-
11. W. Kiple was an Alderson
business visitor last Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Tasso was an Al-
derson visitor last Thursday.
Miss Lucy Pepino spent Thurs-
day of last week in Alderson.
Mrs. Davis of Alderson was in
Krebs last Thursday.
Who has been your guest the
past few days Tell us about it.
Your friends like to know
who" in Krebs.
Hartshorne visitor Sunday.
Frank Ilynal was in Alderson
When you need any printing
done let The Oklahoma Miner
do it for you. All work turned
out on short notice.
II. J. Oglesby was a county
seat visitor last Thur-day night.
lie witnessed the special vaude-
ville attraction a( the Busby
Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Turner and .
son motored to Crowder Sundaj. '
John Emmett Jr. left Tues-!
day night for Collinsville Okla. '
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Boyd Martin and Pat Cairnes
of Bac'ie were "Krebs visitors
C. B. Homer has accepted a
p sition with the Oklahoma State
Bank as bookkeeper.
R. S Wade of McAlester visit-
ed friends in Krebs Friday.
Mrs. Wra Kirby of North Mc-
A'ester will continue reading the
M nerfor another year. Thanks.
Miss Margaret McGuire of
Njrth McAlester si ent Sunday
i i Krebs.
MLs Marie Breen and Messrs.
Howard and Johnson of Wilbur-
ton were in the city Sunday the
guests of Miss Annie McGennis.
E. A. and Rennie Jones and
Harry Shaw mootred to Atoka
Ashland and Coalgate Sunday
Ilayse Boone Floyd IlamiLon
Walter Forsythe Bill Wallace
and Clyde Willis all of Alderson
were in Krebs Tuesday night.
Will Thompson and wife of
Coalgate were the guests Satur-
day and Sunday of T. J. Russell
Milk In Winter
" Why do your cows give less
milk in winter than than they do
in summer? Just because nature
does not supply them with grass
es and green food. But we have
come to the assistance of Dame
M.tn-o wUh n A Tnmno' cfr.nl-
Remedy which contains the very
ingredient that the green feed
supplies in season only of
course in a more highly concen-
trated form. We guarantee that
this remedy will make your cows
give more and better milk with
the same feed.
Quite a large crowd of Krebs'
citizens witnessed the ball game
I at the park Sunday between Mc-
I A luster and Paris the former
1 winning by 5 to 1.
Mtec .lonntn Rnrlnnfli nf Me
Aloster was the guest of Miss
Katie Church Saturday
George Beyouth of Collinsville
who has been visiting M. Beyouth
and family returned to his home
Roy Bailey and wife of Carbon
were in Krebs Snnday.
Mrs. J. E. Douglass has re-
turned home from a two months
visit with her daughter at Wichi-
Fred Douglas and wife
Atoka were here Sunday.
L. II. Johnson who has been
night policemen has resigned and
irone to work in Mine No. 8. Ilis
resignation takes effect Friday
Over 100 gallons of "choc"
was found by county and feder-
al officers in a raid at Dow and
Hartshorne today Thursday.
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1. Oh say can you see by tho damn's ear - ly light Waat so proud -ly wo
2. Oil tho shoro dim - ly aeon thro' tho mists of tho deep Whcro tho foe's hangh-ty
3. And whrro is that baud who bo vaunt-ing - ly sworo That tho hav - oc of
4. Oh thus bo it cr er when free-man shall stand Bo - twecn their loved
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hailed at tho twi-b'ght's last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars thro' tho
Lost in dread si-lence ro po9 - es.What is that which tha breeze o'er tho
war and tho bat - tie's coa - lu sion A homo and a conn - try should
homo and wild war's des - o - la-tion; Blest with Tic -fry and peoco may tha
per ll-ous fight O'er tho ram-j
tow - cr-ing steep As it fit - fed - ly blows hall con-ceals half dis-
leavo na no more? Their blood has washed out their foul foot-steps'' pol-heaT'n-res-cuod
land Praiso tho Pow'r that hath mado aud pre-serred ua a
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etrcam-iug? And tho rock-ets' red glare
eba - 03? Now it catch-es tho gleio
la - tion. No rel-ngo could eae
na-tionl Then con-quer wo must
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prooitnro' tuo nigut tuat our Uag was
glo - ry ro -fleet - cd now shines on
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this ba our mot -to: "In God is
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yet wave Orcr tho land
it wave O'er tho and
uan ner yet wave
long may it wave O'er tho
tri - umph doth mo O'er tho
tri umph shall waio O'er tho
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Written by 1 raiuls Scott Kci.on thn nit-i r t T
om;olle;l to Wath und.r tho Q " ZLuJT'T "' 1SH' while !
l'urt Mcllcnry Ho nutchea the flag nt tho fnrV ii.r P . . bomr.lment of I
an anxlet that can bo better Mt thur Vo?r b umn ' l Wok dny w"'
him from seeing it lurlnB the niKht he ai h.l t ll"Vess Peentel
early dawn hla eyo was asain ereeted by the bm"l'"lllll and at
cquntry b uy l" proudly NUwng tlaB of his
Everyone is cordially invited
1 to attend the May festival to
be held at the school grounds
Fnrlnv. Mnv 4th. commencing
tat 5:30 p. m. Miss Ruby Bax-
endale has been chosen queen
of the festival with Sam Em-
crown beaicr and
'Hazel Miller Grace Howard
EftKer McNew Marcella Gieen
.lna winn ruim Lowenson
Anne Platell and Rosena Wil-
1 cox as maids while the boy
'scouts will be the queens
j guards. After a brief march
they will return and the fol-
lowing program will be render-
1 ed: may drill tennis drill tarn-
bourine drill may pole drill
'flag drill daisy boquet brownie
di ill and primary drill.
Miss Mary Campbell is sub-
sti tuting for Miss Clara Mae
i Bentley who is sick.
Miss cwd.-was atecntMon -
day morning and Miss Naughton
parts wo watched wero bo gal lant
tho bombs bursting in air Gaxo
of tho mornring'a first beam In full
tho Lire - ling and slave From tho
when our causo it ia just And
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still there. Oh say does that star-snan-eled
tho stream: 'Tis tho star-span-gled ban-ncr:oh
mo Bravc: Ana me Biar-spau-gled ban-ner n
our trust!" And tho itar-span-gled ban-ner in
of tho free and tho home of the brave?
of the free and tho homo of tho bravel
uj tuo ituL- enu me norao of tho brave.
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Anglin & Hall-
ATTORNEYS Practice in all courts
Land Titles a specialty.
on Wednesday morning.
A second ball game will be
played on the school diamond
Friday afternoon Scouts of Ilai-
leyville vs. Krebs.
Chicago May 2.--Plans
to seize at least
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H11- U1 L11C lidUU11
' lOOCl Supply are ai-
ready oeing seriously
consldered by the U.
' 0 A
'S - government A
COnlerence Was held
m nicago out no
obtained. Any fu:-
ther infoimatio . in
regard to the govern
ment's action in this
matter must come
Real Estate and
Toloanon farm lands. Small
( interest no red tape. No dela
prompt serviee. Three to ten
1 year interest payable only oiuv
J. A. Heathcock
201 202 AHNOTC BLOCK
L. C. KUYRKKNDALI.
K i: KAIt.MSi: AMI TlIltOAl
eaver l dob
Staple and Fancy
We handle everything that'
Good to Eat We get the
best that can be had
Phone orders to
Weaver & Son
Phone 777-R. KREBS
Your Shoes Boots
and harness repair-
ed while you wait.
Bird & Treone
Main St. Krebs Ok
JOHN W. CROW
Serves Famous Chilli
Short orders at all hours of da
Open until 12:30 a. m.
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Blizman, J. J. The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 10, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 3, 1917, newspaper, May 3, 1917; Krebs, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70676/m1/4/: accessed November 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.