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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

HHM "BKjp. REMEMBER the McCurtain Mine DisasterThepSwat the AIM OKLAHOMA v.. - to the laboring utions getting a 6oring classes? L MINE Int. u want to al- kJtl.- E n v Kpz Vol. I. THE H1R1TISH MINER. How He Spends Tils Sixteen Hpurs of Leisure. riom lho lionaoa spuere. ine average coal minor lives in n ! village atfait from other kinds of tern Coal .operators' Association, flJin. The village Is a cluster of nnd n 8i,nIiar commltto of twenty mean cottages huddled with their sjx mino workers of Missouri, Kan flat faces to the road. There is no I sas Arkansas and Oklahoma began front garden; no area railing to place their biennial joint conference at 10 the common hlgMvay at a respectful 0'ci0ck Wednesday morning in the distance. The mlrieir enters his castle Long building, Kansas City, to ad over no drawbridge, but from a hugt a scale of wagcfor the next two path of black clinker. The clinker yeais, and to settlo all difficulties path is separated from the high that have come up in the...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

L )TH CENTURY STYUTC 870 Mado of good rjoVtr teutn shnmfacontll thnv will Hot stretch. Automatic Bonlnc, warranted not to tironk for iv ycnr. Uones constructed with a palfntrd antninntla system Hint rIy a sliding moTcmont In bonding, distributing tlio strain, and nuking them Im oslblo to break. ATnBALER.S$ CO or eut direct I.UU 1IRDSEY-S0MERS 00. 233 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK Tom Do you think your father diu likes mo? Toss Well, ho gave tho dog's chain and muzzlo away yestorday. Something In It. Governor Beryl Carroll of Iowa has an amusing story of a state senator whoso amusing appearance might pos fllbly lead one to mistake him for a laboring man, but who Is as sensitive as a woman to all unpleasant' circum stances. "This man," said Governor Carroll, "happened to bo standing outside a Des Moines undertaking establish ment, conversing with a friend on political matters, when one of the employes came out of tho shop and 'said: '' 'Say, will you give us a lift' with u casket?' "Tho sena...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

i M U'- 25ir Sr Wi i k& s rr The Oklahoma Miner PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ED BOYLE R. D. ELKINS : Editor Business Manager One Year Six Months Subscription Price: $1.00 .50 Political Annoncements: For State Officers : : : Congressman-at-large : : County Officersv : : , : $25.00 15.00 10.00 patty that had never broken a single promise. It was a party of the people, by the people and for, the people. Who is fighting the administration in Oklahoma today? Is it the honest toilers? Is it the rank and file of our citizenship? No. It is the corporations and trusts, that have tried to buck and gag the administration and compell the old regime of Territorial days. They have come up to the bar" of justice and received justice at the harids of an administration that was elected by honest voters. Do you not remember the times in ter ritorial days when the big fat judges would sit on their bench, which have been sacred to them, and use Jan- guage that you would not use in the plow horse? Do yo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

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Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

CT i. . MANY HOMELESS J! THIRTY THOUSAND PERSONS SUF. i FER FROM FLOOD PROPERTY LOSS RUNS HIGH GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS INVES , . TIGATE AND REPORT Flood Coverrs 2,000 Square Miles. Estimated Damage $10,000,000 Danger Zone Moves Southward From Missouri State Line - Thirty thousand perBOHB homolesa, 2,000 squaro miles of country inundated thirty persons drownod and a fluanciaJ loss of $10,000,000, constitutes the re sult of a two weeks' flood in the Mis sissippi valley. Theaq figures woie arrived at Sunday night by government engineers and officials on the state leveo boards engaged in combatting the ravaging sweep of the Mississippi river from points in Illinois to threat ened places in Mississippi nnd Arkan sas. Hundieds of persons still are men aced by the tremendous tide of tho river at Vpoints in lower Missouri, northwestern Tennessee and AiTmn sas; they are marooned in hous tops, in trees and on anchorod rafts directly Jn the sweep of the lampaging rivor, "Conservative judgment at ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

MINERS APPEAL FOR THEIR SCHOOL r 3E20E anc n Car Fare refunded on all $5.00 Purchases GEQjmmm THfrWBlfS A story that for ingenious fiction Caps the Climax y You couldn't imagine i i i more aosura or ridicu lous situations than those portrayed in this new serial you can have the pleasure of reading by. watching tliis paper. You will laugh just because you won't be able to help it The First Installment Will Appear Soon $ Watch for It The Ladies' Aid of the Baptist ( hurch will give a Pie Supper at r e Baptist church on Saturday u a'ht, April 13. Everybody h-itfcd. For Sale-One three room 1 ouse one half block from stop. See Krebs Lumber Co. Hardware Queensware Hardware and Undertakers When you are need of any the above, remember we are repared to fill your order on Ik rt not'ce and approbation, Our prices are always a little Letter quality considered. McCurtain, Okla., Mar., 26 Whereas, March 20th. 1912, at 9:05 o'clock a. m., without a moments warning, and in the winkling of an eye, ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

TZJ. . ' , IPII limiMMII II 111 lllllll III.HII ! Ill I YOUNG WIFE wife of newly eleoteb sewtob "1 fe SAID FROM . L HOSPITAL ymLS. KmMiJ I X KSffilPPllSF S MiSSwifiyPy I liliBI4-w ill ilflli PMfwl Am llKKXmPlwlw SPSS Hi nin, Tells How Sick She Was And What Saved Her From An Operation. r f '& iu' X l'?Hililii'iliRil I'l .'JiiiiVK'WM WsBBm mm m BgK 4 If wwwwiw Upper Sandusky, Ohio. "Three years ogo I waa married and went to house keeping. I was not fooling woll and could hardly draff myself along. I had such tired feelings, my back ached, my Hides ached, I had bladder trouble aw fully bad, and I could noteatorslcep. I had headaches, too, and became almost a ner vous wreck. My doc tor told mo to go to a hospital. I did not liko that idea very well, so, when I saw your advertisement in a paper, I wrote to you for advice, and have done as you told mo. I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills, and now I have my health. " If Bick and ailing women would only kn...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 11 April 1912

V Railroad Men Assist Mine Unfortunates M. T. Redmond of Ft. Smith, a conductor on the Ft. Smith and Western railway, sends us a list of names to the Miner for publi cation names and amount of do nations he secured while attend ing to his official duties, for the uni'otrunate people at McCurtain. Mr. Redmond, is to be congrat ulated upon his success. His let ter in part accompanying the list is as follows, "I concluded to try and see what I could do along the line ameng traveling sales men and railroad men; had I started earlier I could have much better. The one hundred dollar check the McCurtain Relief has the cash I have. There are several more who I wish to get. I will then turn it over to some committes or whatever the ma jority wished done." Below is the complete list as sent by Mr. Redmond: Ft. Smith, Ailc, Mnrch 22, 1912. We the umlei signed subscribe the amount set oppoBlt our names to aid the grief stricken families of the unfortunate miners who lost their lies In th'J mine...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

The Joke of the Season the Oklahoma State Tax League of Oklahoma City TH E 0 K L A H 0 MAM IN E R Vol. I. KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912 Number 8 ARBITRATION CLAUSE TO WAIT. Oju'rutors and Miners Will Agree on Other Points Mrst. COAL MINE GAS EXPLOSION. Fhe Men Arc Believed (o Be Dead as Result of Disaster. Madisonvllle, Ky April 21. Ex plosion of gns in the Coll Coal corn- death of five men, Joseph Hollowell, J a mine fireman and four negroes. I Flames are shooting up from the entry, where one of the cages was Representatives of the local op- itotrtta ntwl minora rf thn finll t h VOt. , , ... , pany s mine at the edge of this city yesterday found themselves unable n ' , ,, . ,. ,. . at 8:10 o'clock tonight, set the mine to agree upon the arbitration clause i ' . . ,,,, ... on fire, and probably caused the of the two-year contract which has ' been unddr consideration at meet ings in the Keith & Perry building lor the past two wwks. After sev- fitnl nnia nf flafintn If...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

TheGLOW no the RUBIES By I FRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT Illustrations by RAY WALTERS (CsyrlLt. 1911. by liobU-MerrlU Ccrapwy) 1 8YNOPSI8. Richard LlBhtnut, an Amorlcan with an nffectcd English accent, receives a pres ent from a friend In China. Tho present proves to bo a pair of prtjnmns. A letter hints of surprises to tho wearer. CHAPTER II (Continued). And bo did, and seemed to bit tho tblng Bquaroly. I knolt on tho chair and craned (over, whllo Jenkins still hold tho stick tightly at tho point where tho thing bad struck. "Get him?" I queried. "Whoro Is It?" "That's It, sir," Bald Jenkins in on odd voice. "It ain't hero." "Why, dash It, I saw you strlko the boast, right whero you'ro holding that club." "Mr. Llghtnut, sir" Jenltlna Bpoko a llttlo huskily and glanced around at mo quoorly "will you look under tho nd of this stick and seo II you soo what I seo?" I climbed down and examined cau tiously. "Why, by Jovo, lt'B tho llttlo Bpl der!" I exclaimed, surprised. "Exactly, sir; -what's le...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

L J . m- V 6. IG- r. E!F The Oklahoma Miner PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ED BOYLE R. D. ELKINS : Editor Business Manager Subscription Price: One Year Six Months Political Annoncements: For State Officers : : : Congressman-at-large : : County Officers : : : $1.00 .50 $25.00 15.00 10.00 OKLAHOMA STATE TAX LEAGUE-A JOKE. The Tonkawa Cheiftain, after exposing the workings and inside doings of the Oklahoma State Tax League, and giving the personal tax of each of the officers there of, the amount of personal property of each, which a mounts to nearly two million dollars in all, and by the county records showing wherein these great "patriots" are only paying $116.07 all together, in conclusion of his article states the following: "Do you think these shrewd financiers are spending thousands of dollars running around over this state or ganizing leagues to help them save $116.07 which they nvp nnvino- in state taxes? Oh no. thev are too eco- nomical for that. Then what's their game, you ask? That...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

The Oklahoma Miner ED DOYLE. TMor K. D. ELKINS. H:. Kit. KREBS, OKLAHOMA Oklahoma News No tea Brick recently shipped out 100 cases of oggs In a single day. Tho KocorJ Is a new paper at Wost vllle, by Sebrlng and Pollock. Tho Harris-lrby cotton gin, which burned at ICIk City will bo rebuilt. Tho Farmers' Co-operative storo at Arapaho has boon cloned by creditors. Tho schools at Carmen cloeed fol lowing the development of a case of spinal meningitis thore. Mangum Is negotiating to secure tho Southwosl Baptist college, now located at Hastings, In Jefferson county. Street railway at Clinton .has con tractod with the city for current and soon will have its cars in operation. Tho Prairie Oil & Cns company last week postod a price of 01 cents por barrel for crudo oil, an Incronso of 2 cents. Tho fourth annual convention of the Second District Federation of Wo men's clubs will bo hold at Geary, April 23-25. The Btoro of G. W. Bowman at Wann, was destroyod by fire. Loss on building and s...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

V h r : V 0 REPORT THAT SIXTY-FOUR HAVE BEEN PICKED UP SOME WERE UNIDENTIFIED STEAMER v MACKAY-BENNETT AS SCENE OF WRECK Marine Company to Make Every Ef- fort To Find All Bodies That Can Be Located Other News of General Interest St. Johns, N. F April 21. Sixty four bodies have been recovered by the cableshlp Mackey-Bennett which has been searching the vicinity of tho Titanic disaster, according to a report lhat reached this city Sunday night. It is said a number of bodies which wero recovered were sunk again as they were without Identification marks. The names of those identified could not be obtained through the Capo Race wireless station. Message From Bremen Halifax, N. S., April 21. A wireless dispatch from the Bteamship Bremen, via tho Sable Island and Camperdown wlrelesB stations, received Sunday night, reads: "The steamer Bremen, bound for New York and the steamer Rhein passed on Saturday afternoon on 42.0 north latitude and 49.2 west longtitude, in the neighborhood of three l...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

W. F. O'NEAL OF McALESTER, OKLAHOMA. Mr. O'Neal is a candidate for County Clerk of Pittsburg County, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 6. quiring those who hold responsi ble places about the mines to pass an examination, and subsequently the legislature created a school of mines to equip men for these responsible positions. Sadly but truthfully we call attention to the fact that hardily had this school begun its important mis sion, before conspiracy had been formed to wipe it out of existence and now that this conspiracy is about to take form in the spare and under the name of the so called Aikin bill, we call upon the State Federations of labor, the farmers and mechanics, the bankers and the professional men, we call upon all religious, ( fraternal, soaial and business or ganizations, and we call upon the newspapers to join witn the , miners of this state in making , such a campaign against the foul conspirators, who seek to destroy our school, that they will ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

X.. YC ;t O00OCX00Q000000G0000CC0CCO THEH0ME8EEKING FARMER lookiug for wonderfully productive IM TEXAS FARMS 'aji O in tinnltlnf rlimfito nnrfott I1n fnm O first hands, can have details for the asking. Largo body for selection. Any good farmer can make this land pay itself out on our low prices and easy terms. Address SPUR FARM LANDS SPUR DICKENS COUNTY TEXAS OOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOC iorvmTAVrtD- Kxeluslvo territory, flood ohanco to build up miruiuncnt business. Mull us $10 for MS lb. Keatbor lied nnd receive, without cost, tl lb. pair pil lows. FroiKlitonnll prepaid. Now feathers, besttlck lng. Batlsfnctloncunranteed lqrnfrrnrnwll,thr lieilf n, D.pt. 13,1 kirlollr, .N. C. Hot. Com'l Nat'i Hank. OVER 100 YEARS OLD MifflMBMMn W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 17-1912. Some men never brag nbout them' selves and don't blame them. For torpid, Inactive or disordered liver, take Garllold Tea. All druggists. A Slight Mistake. "Katie, I can't find any of the break fast food." "O hovlngs, mem, ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 April 1912

The Oklahoma Miner JTAFFS FRIENDS FUR S1.00 Per Year NISH CHARACTER STUDY W. N. REDWINE Attorney at Law. Phone 619 McAlester, Okla. (lly John V. Kloniior) game the ambition of his fucure lol sure. "The remaining montliH of his term nre few, the power of mischief lessoned, and,, the possibility of n EXPLOSION IN A MINE J. A. Heathcock by the man whom he niado prosl- Innl nml Mint Ihn Himi lina pnnin fnr Staple and Faney Groceries men8Uro8 of rcprisal nBnIll8t tho Washington, D. C. In an effort third term has vanished. The al to convince President Taft that ho most dally mossage against preda hos misjudged the capacity for.tory wealth and corporate rascality friendship of Col. Roosuvelt; that are drawing to a close, and we may tho latter never Intended to stand j now look for some return of the properity he so ruthlessly disturbed, using his own words "No matter Garden Seeds of All Kinds. 2 5c packages 5cts. I have the best Iowa Silver Corn J. B. TALBUTT DENTIST. I former president, s...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

The Joke of the Season the Oklahoma State Tax League of Oklahoma City LAHOMA 1NER Vol. I. KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NAY, 2, 1912 Number 9 NOT TO SUSPEND. MINERS AND OPERATORS REACH NEW AGREEMENT. OKLAHOMA COAL DECREASE. CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION THE M rtv I A dispatch from Kansas City nays that a small sub-committee lias been appointed to try to arrange a con tract between the miners ana opera tors of the southwest and It U pre dicted that a settlement of some kind will hava been reached by tbc last of this week. The sub-committee is composed of three operators, the three distri t mine presidents, besides four ex-of-ficio members. The opoiatori are Messrs. Fleming, Jenkins and El liott, with Messrs. Keith and Ryan as ex-officio members, and thy min ers representatives are PiC3ldentd Howat, Mooney and Stewart, -with Vice President Hayes and National Board Member Farrington as ex-officio members. To Ho No Suspension. The following letter, written at Kansas City, under date of April 2...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

iiiMJj lirtrri in'tmiti ! iiVii m& Z&?GLOW ofthe RUBIES FRANCIS PERRY ELLIOrT llluttratitn: by RAY WALTERS (C?rlU. 1911. BotU-UcmU Coojiay) I SYNOPSIS. Richard LlRhtnut. an American with sn affected English accent, recedes a pres ent from a friend In China. The present firoves to be a pair Of pajamas. A letter lints of surprise to the wearer Llghtnut dons the pejatna and late at night 8' up for a smoke. Hla servant, Jenjcuiii, comes in and. foiling to recognlie Llght nut, attempts to put him out. ThlnKinfi the servant cra2 LJghtnut changes his clothes Intending to summon help. When he reappears Jenkins falls on his necK with Joy. confirming Ughtnufs beUef that he Is crazy. CHAPTER IV (Continued). By Jove, I had my own opinion about that! I knew he must have Been one before; but 1 Just wont on questioning, to gain time, you know, and wondering all the while how I should ever be able to break the truth to the poor fellow. , "Tell me again what he was like," 1 said. "How did yo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

The Oklahoma Miner) PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ED BOYLE R. D. ELICINS : Editor Business Manager One Year Six Months Subscription Price: It is regretable, but nevertheless a fact, you can note in our town throughout the state. young men swell and stylishly dressed and the 'lion' at party's and balls having a beastly of a time, while on the other hand their poor father's pantaloons are in such a stage of dipilation the old man has to stand facing the wind all the time to keep from catching cold. We certainly SI 00 1 keneve m tne young having a decent time, but r-A I Wl1 ' linn u .OU A GOOD RECORD. Political Announcements: For State Officers : : Congressman-at-large : : County Officers : ' : : I- The business man who refuses to advertise in $25.00 or subscribe for, his home paper looks like a 15.00 link of Wienerwurst with the meat squeezed out. 10.00 Just let something occur in which he needs the aid of the paper, and he will be yelping at your hees like flies after a bull. And we know ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 2 May 1912

The Oklahoma Miner ED BOYLE. Edter R. D. ELKIHS, Bs. Mc. UVUIM OKLAHOMA Oklahoma News Notes I FORTY-TWO DEAD TWEJJTY TOWMS IM TORNADO PATH OF it Stfflwatec The fanlny factory la to ran aejaia this sea SatM aropooea to tare a. far tho local Etta loeV. The Pews band IM atroetry eaaa mamwi grrtag oaxeoor wcwu. Serawfcrrr saartcsft taan jtaat HcnooaM the aria JaJao aahntea. MedUart acheol hoard la re-elected kew. sr tho vatfanrtB he Ibaipr." TW dart fc frlac o the M. 0. fc a rood from Wsgmsi to Miami. Mediant school ao4 has reelect all Cite teach ara kt As sahtie wheels. A toad of ttTMtt k to W rafeed (or good roods fipuaaa ait aad aear Aoa Xaat Julep aasoetatlpB has adopted "Roses' as Ms parts! soag. Foor rosea. Sue, fruit proof acts hare sorer been known is OTrtBhoaai as eea- aow be sees. Tie Trey gold :alatag 00x9007 of Ravia, is potting hi s. 75 ton capacity smelter. Faraers of OkiahB n wilt baaoit this 7 ear by nausUog hearfly to tor age orop. Chief. Searfaee, ma Apache laoiaa, die...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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