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Official Labor Organ lor Pittsburg County
KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1915
Saturday the Last Day of the
Your Last Chance
Wacy's Olympic Shows will
open for a week's engagement
in Krebs, commencing Monday,
Feb. 15. The shows are all said
to be clean and refined. They
carry a nice little band and their
daily concerts are a feature. The
real feature attraction with this
carnival is the Cabaret with its
funny eomedians and pretty
girls. This show gives an entire
change of program daily, Also
may be seen on the midway Toy
land in Motion, Moonshiners min
strels, Tango Tangle and the
usual Merry-go-round. The car
nival will arrive here Sunday af
ternoon in their special train.
Carnivai grounds located on the
lot north of Bayouth's.
Ray DeLaMater & Co.
We have the Kodaks.
Want you to have one.
The Prices are Right.
Darnels Drag Store
Will Be a Candidate.
Wm. Plesher wishes to notify
his friends democrats, republi
cans and socialists that he will
be a candidate for a second term
as chief of police of Krebs and
kindly asks the support of all.
Rescue Car Here.
A mine rescue car has been on
the siding in the'Katy yards here
for the past week. It is through
ly equipped with all life-saving
appliances know to mine work.
The car has been visited by
hundreds of miners and those in
terested in mine work during the
Rev. Laning, pastor of Grace
M. E. Church of this city wishes
to announce that he will begin a
revival meeting at his church on
Sunday, Feb. 21. This is the
third revival Rev. Laning has con
ducted in Krebs, all of which have
been a success. He kindly asks
all members and church workers
to lend him thcis co-operation in
the coming revival.
We are authorized to announce
Wm. Flosher as a candidate for
re-election as chief of police of
the city of Krebs.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for chief of police of
the city of Krebs at the coming
city election. Your support will
That big La Salle Opera house
Our county commissioners did
a very wise thing when they re
appointed Dave Tedrick as road
overseer for Dist. No. 2, a posi
tion he has faithfully filled for
the past five years. Dave is a
man that takes interest in road
building he knows how and he
does it well. As evidence of the
fact that he understands this
business, just take a drive over
the mnv McAlester-Krebs road
which he has recently been
mcago; success witn ou peo-. working on. Heretofore this
pie, 17 big song hits and the road has been in a bad condition.
world's best singing and danc
ing chorus comes to the Busby
theatre Tuesday night, Feb. 16.
It is without question the best
musical comedy offering of the
season, and the managment may
consider themselves lucky in se
curing same. The cast is the
same that stayed 17 weeks in
Chicago and had all Chicago
singing and whistling its catchy
tunes. As seats will be in de
mand many of our theatre goers
are making reser
phone. Theatre car leaves at
A new precinct has been cre
ated in Pittsburg county to be
known as "Carter" precinct,
named in honor of our esteemed
congressman, Hon. Chas. D.
Secretary McGowan of the
county e'ectionboardisin receipt
of the following letter from Mr.
"W. E. McGowan,
Sec. County Election Board,
Dear Sir and Friend: It is
with supreme gratitude that I
acknowledge receipt of your let
ter of Jan. 28th, informing me
that one of your county precincts
had been named in my honor. I
also appreciate very highly the
kind expression contained in
your letter, and the chief aim in
my public life will be to merit
such kind words of praise.
Very truly yours,
C. D. CARTER."
but now it is looked upon as one
of the best roads in Pittsburg
County. We need more over
seers like Dave Tedrick.
9 ROSTER OF LOCAL UNIONS. O
McAlester Trades and Labor Coun
cil meets ovory second and fourth
Monday nights In Painlors' Hall.
Virgil. Dyer. President.
:watnonsi F '&
Cnrpontors and .Tolnors of Amorira
Local No. 980, meets every Wednesday
night at Armony Hall.
Edgar Cook, Pros.
C. It. Mumaw, Vlco-Pios.
G. M. Caglo, Fin. Sec.
A. A. of St. Ity. and Eloctilcal 13m
ployos, Local No. 4 08, moots cveryl
second and fpuith Tmirsday night at
C F. Hill. President
Charles Mlillgan, Seciotary.
There will be a Library party
at the High School building Sat
urday night. Plenty to eat and
and a general good time is to be
had. Everybody going.
Bricklayers, Masons and Plasters
Intoi national Union of America, Local
No ... meets, every first and third
Friday nights in Painters' Hall
George Vorhols, President.
Frank Kognis, Socretaiy.
Brotherhood of Painters, Decoratorsi
and Paper Hangers or America, Local
No 178, meotb ev Wednesday night'
in Painters' Hall.
10 Ij3 Vor r't, President.
Virgil Dye, Fin. Rooretary.
It. F. Dow, Heo. Secretary.
Journeymen Marhors International
Union of AmorUa, Local No' 469,1
meets second Momlnr night In each
month at Painters' Hall.
Hank Doronr, Vice Pres.
II. E. Cox, Secretary.
McAlester Typographical Union,
Local No. 5(35, moots first Monday in'
each month at the Plaindealer ofllce.
H. A. Mnrcum, President.
II. It Uelt'ol, Soc'y -Treas.
John It. Whitoacie, Hoc. Sec'y,
American Federation of Musicians;
Local No. 197, moots first and third
Mondays of each month at Matcbii
J II McClary, Prosldont.
Tony Match, Secretary.
E. BOWMAN, Prop.
Kales Per Day - -
Everything New and Up-to-date. Table
Supplied Wilh Best in the Market.
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