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KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1913
From Saturday, May 10 at 6
p. ni., to noon June 16, was the
extent of the legislative recess
provided for in a conference re
port returned in both houses
Tuesday. The house adopted
Whether the senate would con
cur in the plan at once, was
thought to depend on the success
the upper house had in putting
the capital appropriation bill
through. Senator Thomas,
chairman of the appropriation
committee, said the bill would
come out Wednesday, with
Typographical Union No. 565,
McAlester, at the regular meet
ing last Monday night, elected
the following officers for the en
President, B. A. Marcum
Vice-Pres. F. Taylor
Sec.-Treas. II. R. lleltzel
Rec. Sec. J. R. Whiteacre
Sargeant-at-Arms, G. Y. Bryce
The local meets the first Mon
day night of each month in the
hall over the Grand Leader, Mc-
I Alester. I
W . I
On Sunday, May, 11, Lake
Park will be formaly opened,
and the various amusements
offered this season are of the i it was only after unceasing la
best, bors that your committee were
Shows for the""entire season able to announce tha"t the rail-
Sales Day a
On Saturday April 26, Kiowa
held her first Sales Day, and
from reports it was a grand suc
cess in every particular. From
the write-up in the Kiowa Chron
icle we extract the following:
"Nothing was neglected or left
undone to make the occasion one
of the most profitable and pleas
ant in the history of Kiowa, and
tuts cuHHiuwee wno nau cnarge for dates on any evening but
of the undertaking feel proud of Tuesdavs and Friday's. Public
the result and are encouraged to dances each Tuesday and Friday
worK wnn more zeai ana entnu
siasm to make the next Sales Day
a success on a larger and grander
Anna Held has gone to Paris
for a vacation. We're glad she
has. It gives the rest of us more
or less vacation.
Major General Hailey Issues
Order No. 14 in Regard
to Coming Reunion.
Headquarters Oklahoma Divis
ion U. C. V.
Adjutant General's Office
May 3, '13.
To all brigade commanders and
camp commanders of all bri
gades and camps in the Ok-1
lahoma division, United Confed-1
Your commander is gratified ,
to be able to advise you that the .
railroads of the Southwestern
Passenger association have made '
the rate of one cent per mile
each way to the reunion at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., May 27, 28 and
Our organization is under test
ing obligations to Col. A. P.
Watson, Gen. John Threadgill
and Col. R. B. Coleman for their
! untiring efforts in our behalf in
successfully securing this rate.
This Week At
In Dry Goods, Clothing and Groceries
8 1 K I Ji
r ! '
have been secured for the Park
Dome same as on the airdome
circuit at McAlester.
Each attraction this season is
under individual management,
and the best of service and en
tertainment is assured.
The dance pavilion will be open
The Lemley-Bernard Comedy'
jCo.. opened the Star Airdome at
I McAlester Monday night and,
roads had finally agreed to make
There will be a special train
over the Rock Island railroad
to Mempihs, leaving this state on
May 25th, arriving at Memphis
on the following morning, where
it will be switched to the South
ern railroad and. later t0.the4despite.the chilly weather have
Nashville, St. Louis & Chatta-jbeen playing to large crowds,
nooira. arriving at Chattanooga ' This company is different from
evening special return car 1 about four p. in., on the aftenoon most airdome attractions, being
service. New bathing suits have ' 0f May 26th. This will give, a company of all star vaudeville
been obtained for the swimming ample time for the veterans to actors. They give three acts of
pool. Lake Park is an ideal get located before the commence-1 vaudeville ending with a musi
place for a day's outing. Plen- ment of the reunion on the morn- cal tabloid changing the bill each
ty of shade, seats, swings and I jng 0f May 27th. Comrades may
filtered ice water. Cau on their local railroad agents
Excursion rates from all sta- for fun information as to rates,
tions. ' j accommodations, stop-overs and
such other information as may
be desired. On account of the
very low rate that has been se
cured it is desirable that as many
of the veterans as possible shall
This company comes well re
commended and will give all new
The regular price of 10, 20 and
30c will prevail all summer.
Home Building Fever.
Anyone afflicted with the
homebuilding fever will aggra
vate the disease by reading Wm.
A. Radford's article on home
building in this issue; but as the
home-building fever is a disease
it pays to contract and to aggra
vate until cured by the construc
tion of a home, we most certain
ly recommend this feature to
' Thursday night will be everV one 01 our readers, mr.
feature night when the j Ralford will give yoj some very
farce comedy "Mutt & practical ideas along architectu
ral lines, riis talk lor tms weeK
is about a pretty six-room cottage.
m niifW ' '"
Mos Modern Woman's Sfore in
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Gar
ments, Millinery, Ladies'
Shoes, Fine Dress
Goods and Dress
Jeff" will be played. Friday
night "Foxy Grandpa" and on
Saturday night "The Gamblers
Reform." This company will
also open Lake Park Dome
The interurban cars are being
Sun- overhauled and repainted. The
day with matinee and night per-, painting is being done Verbryck,
arrange to attend this reunion
making if possible the largest
we have ever had from this state
at any reunion. The special
train leaving McAlester on the
afternoon of May 25th will have ,
on board the division sponsor, 1 cms
maids of honor and chaperons of
J the Choctaw brigade, First and
' Second brigades, Chicksaw and
! Creek brigades and many distin
guished Confederate veterans,
daughters and sons of veterans.
By order of
D. M. HAILEY,
' Major General Commanding Ok
1 lahoma Div. U. C. V.
j Attest: R. B. COLEMAN,
1 Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff.
formance. ( the painter, and is an artistic
Manager Wilkins announces , piece of work. They are painted
the Big Eastern Stock Co., for 1 light green with yellow trimming,
next week, opening Monday
night with "Senator Dixon." The Miner 3 months 25c.
, lif I fWYVWWniULflt it
O. R. Whitehurst and family
will leave on May 25th for a vis
it to Oney's old home in Selmer,
Tenn. They expect to be gone
about thirty days.
Tom Caswell has been here
from Henryetta for the past few
jj'days visiting home folks and
looking after business matters.
He likes his new position and
says things in that section are!
r 1 on the boom.
The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays and
Pictures changed every night
Vaudeville twice each week.
Prices 5 and 10 Cents
Spend an Evening at the