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K R E B S. 'O K L A.. MINER
The Oklahoma Miner
Published Every Thursday
BEHT A. MARCUM
Entered as second-class matter
at the postofiice at Krebs, Okla
homa, under the Act of March 3,
One Year - - . l.oo
Six Months - - - 50c
THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1815
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Are we really having hard times?
Or is much of it simply imagina
tion, fostered by a moderate
shrinkage from the ordinary
volume of business?
We are firmly convinced that
the latter is correct, and thutima
gination has played a strong part
in our supposed mercantile prr
Unquestionably we have had a
tightening of the money market
for some months past. Likewise
some factories have closed do n
and others have been running,
with reduced foica.
But that'occurs every time we
have a change in the national ad
ministration. Every politua
party going into power must face
a like condition for the first yerr
Financiers become wary until
they know something of the po
licy that is to be pursued by the
That is the period through
which we have been passing,
with the war adding some to the
But the government has set
tbc down to its definite policy,
capital is rega.Vng i .s confidence,
and the country is rapidl ap
proaching its normal condition.
A country is like an individual.
It has its good days and its bad
ones, but all mu it be reckoned on
the final balance sheet. The ag
gregate is what tells the story.
What so-called hard times re
nnin are purely in the imagina
tion of the individual. They do
not exist as a material fact.
The new federal reserve banks
are in operation, money in all
parts of the cruntry is plentiful,
business everywhere is on the
upward move, factories are open
ing up and running to full capa
city, Europe and South America
are calling for our goods, and a
wave of prospesity is approach
ing which will engulf the entire
country in its golden'embrace.
Not a bit of it! Ihey are a
thing of the past.
Let's forget them and go to
Better Than Ever in 1915
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Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot rench
tho diseased portion of the ear There Is
only one way to cure deafness, and that Is
by constitutional remedies DenfruBs Is
caused by an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, and whin It Is
entirety closed. Deafness is tho result, and
unless the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condl
tlon, hearing; will be destroyed forever; ntti
cases out of ten aro caused by Catnrrli
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
Send for circulars, free
F J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, Ohio
Bold by Druggists, 76c
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
ter, in said county, at which
time the next of kin and all per
s ,ns interested in the estate of
J said ward are required to appear
ana show cause, it any they have,
why an .order should not be
granted for the sale of so much
yi said real estate of the said
ward as is necessary for the rea
sons in said petition stated. And
that copies of this order be post
ed and also personally served on
o- mailed to the next of kin of
said ward and all persons inter
ested in the estate of said ward
or published as required bv law.
Daied this the Gth day of Feb-ruj-ry,
1915. S. F. BROWN
(Seal) County Judge.
Order for Hearing Petition
to Sail Real Estate by
State of Oklahoma ss
Pittsburg County I
In the County Court.
In the matter of the Guardian
ship of Gu&sie Morris, minor.
Now on this the Gth day of
February, 1915, comes Robert
Morris, as guardian of tho es
tate of the above named ward,
having filed herein his petition
for the sale of the real estate of
said ward for the reasons in said
It is ordered, that said peti
tion be and is he eby set for
hearing on the 9h day of March
1915, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
Countv Court Hoiihp nr ill n A Inc.
Order for Hearing Petition
to Sell Real Estate by
State of Oklahoma I
Pittsburg County. ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the Guardian
ship of Grant Mason, Minor.
Now on this the 2Gth day of
January, 1915, comes John Ma
son, as guardian of the estate of
tne above named ward, having
filed herein his petition for the
sale of the real estate of said
waid for the reasons in said pe
It is Ordered, that said petition
be and is hereby set for hearing
on the 27th day of February 1915,
at 9 O'clock A. M. at the County
Court House at McAlester, in
said county, at which time the
next kin and all persons interest
ed in the estate of said ward are
required to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why an
order should not be granted for
the sale of so much of said real
estate of the said ward as is nec
essary for the reasons in said pe
tition stated. And that copies of
this order be posted and also per
sonally served on or mailed to the
next of kin of said ward finrl nil
persons interested in the estate
of said ward and published as re
quired by law.
Dated this the 2fith rlnv nf
(Seal S. F. BROWN
49-3t Countv .Tnd
DUDLEY 15. BUELL,
Attorney at Law
KREBS and M'ALESTER
McAlester Office Over American
Phones 982 & 897-1 and 2 Rings
Drs. Turner &. I'enilierton
G. S. Turner, Res. 354-1 Ring
R. K. Pemberton, 35-3 Rings
8 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6 p. m.
Sunday 9 to 12 a. m.
Office Phone - - 83-1 Ring
W. E. GOTCHER
Office phone 1045. Res. phone 99
BIG 4 BARBER SHOP
3rd Door East of Main and Choctaw Ave.
Will Appreciate Your Business.
Cigar Stand in Connection
R. E. STOTTS, M. L. POTEETE,
M. E. RAMBO
Dp iky nn i o t
Lj li 1 1 eJ 1
McAlester, - - - Oklahoma
Over Grand Lender
1 04 E. Choctaw. Phone 1 03 1
LAND'S LIVERY STABLE
New Barn Located on Maple St.
Best of Service Day or Night.
Special Attention to Traveling Men. Phone 708 R
GIVE ME A CALL
Biggest and best line ever
brought to this city. ,
Every design you can think of.
At remarkably lew prjees.
FLYNN & CO.
Is the Right Way.
Cards, Banners, Scenic,
Gold and Electric
Best equipped plant in Ok
lahoma. E. E. VERBRYCK,
Mgr. Sign Dept.
209 N. 1st St. Phone 873
Change of Time.
frees Lumber Co.
LYNN BOYD, Mgr.
E. A. JONES, Pres. M. J. SHANNON, Chshier
E. C. MILLION, V. Pres. H. W. SETTLES, Asst "
A slight change of time on the
interurban went into effect on
Sunday Nov. 1. Here is the
time of cars going east and west:
Morning cars going east 6-04,
7-20, 8-20, 9-36, 10-51 Evening-12-06,
1-21. 2-36, 3-51, 5-06, 6-21,
7-36, 8-51, 10-06, 11-21.
Going west-6-35, 7-42, 8-52,
10-04, 11-22. Evening-12-34,
1-52, 3-04, 4-22, 5-34, 6-52, 8-04,
9-22, 10-34, 11-52.
Tee Bank ' of Krebs
Our Deposits are Guaranteed.
We extend our patrons every
courtesy consistent with good
Let Us Handle
Your Business : : :
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.
Services at Grace M. E. church
as follows: Preaching every
Sunday, except the first Sunday
in each month, at 11 a. m., and
7:45 o. m. class meetiug 7:20.
Junior League at 2 p. m. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Prayer
meeting every Thursday evening
at 7:30. We most cordially invite
all to attend our services.
J. A. LANING. Pastor.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Teeth Extracted Without ' Pain
Cava Denta Senza Dolore.
DR. F. E. ROBERTS, - - McAlester