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THURSDAY MAY 23. It8w
Car uweeirUoeWnff mad hole
i again potting forth iu detiiil
ful (mnet. There' not aootber
town oader the son that would
tofcrate socb a irotsance for a
Sooglor Owen b intttxkiced
ai amendment to the Indian ap
propriation bill providing for the
early Keitieroent of the socalled
thirty thousand land autU. It
affects only those case -where it
may be found that the amounts
paid for Indian lands were ade
quate and where there is no
fraud inToWed. A vast section
of the eastern side of the state is
practically tied up by the litiga
tion. "If all the wheat in Oklahoma
were one grain the only place to
plant it would be the Grand Can
yon of Arizona, the only hole in
the earth big enoug to hold it.
If all the corn raised in the state
were one ear, the only way to
shell it would be by using steam
stump pullers and extracting a
grain at a time from the cob.
If all the cattle in Oklahoma
were one cow she would browse
the tender herbage of the tropics
and whisk the icicles ofT the
North Pole with her tail and sup
ply milk enough to Jfill a canal
reaching from Little Rock to
Chicago on which to ship the
boatloads of her cheese and but
ter. If all the ckickens in Okla
homa were one rooster he could
straddle the Rocky Mountains
like a great Col lossus and crow
until he shook the rings off the
planet Saturn. If all the hogs
raised in Oklahomr were on. hog
he could plant his hind feet on
the soil of Cuba, his fore on the
Isthmus of Panama and with one
root of his huge snout dig a sea
leavel canal from ocean to ocean.
If all the mules raised in Okla
homa were one mule he could
plant one fore foot on the soil of
Texas and the other amid the
forests of Maine and with his
hind feet kick the fa ofF the
man in the moon.
KcAJ&rtar Office Over American
Phones 9S2 37-1 and 'Sings
Owb Contest. Any ssonter mi
a Com of Kafir On b aasy esrierf
one p in the cooarty confess, j
Two boys and their pigs mzjbe
ami from each county to tiwj
State Fair, where prizes will be?
awarded on gam in weight, rasr-
ket type, character of c&rcass, f
and story of "My Pfe and How:
I Fattened ft" The pfjjs will
be told at auction, slaughtered i
iree by the packing booses and i
shipped to local purchasers, j
It is possible iormxnsi boy in the 1
pig Contests to win SSQ.OO, !
besides his trip to the State Fair
and Exposition. The roles pro-
rides that a boy should have two j.
neighbors weigh the pig and re- j
port its weight age, color and
earmarks. Ps most not be over!
12 months old Oct. 1 1513.
Write Eoys' and Girls' Ctabs,
Oklahoma City for State Fair
rnles and other information. I
We have the biggest stock of
Work on the new battleship
Oklahoma, which will be one of
the finest ever constructed by
any nation, is progressing rapid
ly according to advices received
"by the War Department. It'
n be fully a year before the
ship is completed, but when the
finishing touches are placed
upon the vessel, she will be one
of the most terrible engines of
Considerable interest already
is being manifest as to which
Oklahoma joung woman will be
asked to christen the vessel.
and building material in Pittsburg Co,
Krebs Lumber Co.
We Please Our Customers.
! 'Not ice of Publication
State of Oklahoma
County of Pittsburg cS
A. Hammers, Plaintiff
M. K. & T. Ry. Co., Garnishee
Before J. A. Heathcock, Jus
tice of the Peace in and for
'Krebs Twp. said county and
, The above named defendant is
'hereby warned to appear in the
! above entitled cause on or be-
MEAT MARKET, n
mat mmmmaBmmmsBuam as
R rx vmrm' fre tne 16th day of June, 1913,
A K I . A I N S !at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m..
of said day and answer the bill '
of particulars filed by the plain
.tiff to recover $23.85, on ascount
.due plaintiff for goods, wares
i and merchandise sold and deliv
ered to defendant within the last1
' 6 mohths or said bill or particu
lars will be taken as true and
Get you a home in Krebs. The .judgement will be rendered in
following property situated in ' favor of the plaintiff and against
I city of Krebs has been placed on,the defendant for said $23.85,
the market and offered for sale and for cost of court and of this
' by the Krebs Real Estate Co: wr,t and publication. Judge-
! ment will be further rendered ,
J. One two room house and ; that the moneys now held in the,
lot on Main street. Price .$250. ( hands of the Garnishee, the Mis
2. A good 2-room house on j souri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co.,,
Grand Avenue, good well and De Pave(1 int0 tnis court and ap- j
improvements. Price $250. j Ped to payment of all costs and
judgements as rendered.
May 15th, 1913.
J. A. HEATHCOCK,
produce by far the most
palatable and nutritious
meat. For this reason we
take particular care in our
selection, using, so far as
possible blooded stock which
is bred especially for its beef producing character.
Our Prices Are No Higher
than those often asked for common inferior meat. We
solicit your trade. You will be pleased and benefitted.
Varley Brothers Market
Phone 722-2 Rings
Boys' and Girls' Club Contest
The rule and premium lists of
the U. S. Department of Agri
culture Club Exhibits at the
State Fair and Exposition, Okla
homa City, Sept. 28 - Oct, 4 has
just been issued. It shows that
500 premiums, varying from $1.00
to $150.00, with ii total of $2,050
are offered boys and girls in
the Corn, Kafir, Cotton, Canning
and Pig Clubs.
One new and intercsing fea
ture of the 1913 contest will be
the displays of canned fruits and
vegtables by the Girls Canning
Club. There are 1500 girls in
the club. An average of only
one jar or can by each member
would make the largest display '
of canned product ever .shown ,
in the state.
Another new feature is the Pig1
3. Good 7 room dwelling,
2 1-2 lots on Main St., city wa
ter and good improvements. A
bargain at $1000. Easy terms.
1. One 5 room house and lot
on Washington Ave. city wa
ter. Can be had at a bargain.
5. Four room house and lot
on Church street, good well wa
ter. Price $250.
G. Vacant lot 90x140, on 8th
street, west. Price $100.
7. Vacant lot 122x170 on 1st, r
street east. A bargain at $75. IFOR GOOD
8. Seven room dwelling, lot
90x157, city water and splendid
improvements located on Wash
ington Ave. Price $1100. Easy
9. Vacant lot 100x200 on East
First st. Paice $75.00. This is
one of our best bargains.
Justice of the Peace.
HILL & HILL
Office Over FuHer's Store
If you are interested in this
property call and see
.J. A. HEATHCOCK,
LEJGHTON 13. WORTIILEY
A My. ui Law
McAlostcr, - - - Oklahoma
Horton Hldg. Corner 2nd and
Choctaw, Up Stairs.
O. R. WHITEHURST
Next Door to Rice & Rice.
The Bank of Krebs
Our Capital is $15,000.00
Our Surplus and Profits $4,000.00
Our deposits are guaranteed by the de
positors guarantee fund of Oklahoma.
Your account will be
ably handled and
We Wani Your Business
J. B. TALBUTT
AH work guarranteed. Your'
patronage solicited. j
Office in Krebs Opera House.
2 24 inch Art Fringe Domes, $18.00
1 Hand Leaded Dome - . $20.00
1 Inverted Hall Fixture - - $10.00
Plain Fixtures - . $4 to $10.00
Giy Electric Co. McAlester, Ok.
HON. First St. Phone 444
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