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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 July 1913

iiiiif-iiftaWlliiiiiiflllftlilfiilliiii r M sun- ..JW3W mitmmmiTmmmmmmmmwmmammmm W6 ll IMW liTiMi v tf4 IS CRITICIZED PRIVATE CHARACTER EXCEL- LENT; OFFICIAL CONDUCT NOT APPROVED. LAST OF THE MAXEY REPORTS Poor Advisers and Allowing Appoin tees to Violate Laws Charged. His Whole Administration Reviewed. "The governor's strength lies in IiId excellent private character; his weak ness in his unfaltering relianco upon the ndvlco of his personal friends, when nearly everybody in the state, except himself, is convinced that many oj! his advisors, somo in responsible public positions by his appointment, are concerned only with personal profiting out of tho public treasury." Thus does tho general investigat ing committee of the house of repre sentatives, in a unanimous report, last of the long series of tho investigations mado by tho committee, summarize its opinion of Governor Leo Cruco. Tho most carefully prepared of all tho reports mado by tho committee, based upon matterB the committeo...

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. — 3 July 1913

The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday Iri)LKY K. IUTELL Attorney at Law KREBS and M'ALESTER o McAlester Office Over American National Hank. Phones 1)82 & 897-1 and 2 Rings I D BOYl.E H A MARCUM Editor niminots MnnnKcr Build Your New Home Now! Entered as second-class matter at the postoffiee at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 13, J 870. Subscription Price; One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months 50c THURSDAY JULY 3, 1013. The Country Newspaper's Value. "The closing down qf all our country newspapers would be a public calamity, and yet in most communities no enterprise ii so poorly patronized as the home newspaper," says Alva J. Niles, president of the Citizens' Stat j Bank of Okemah, Oklaho ma and once adjutant general of business man, and widely knonwn throughout ahe state. Few men so clearly understand the value of liberal and intelli gent advertising in the home newspaper as does Banker Nile". It might be supposed that a busi ness that deals in money some thing that eve...

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. — 3 July 1913

vT "V. ""V S j i nmr, , y mrvmawMs"iwmBSi'rmi'Hm'm vww.mnwwn ADOLPH C. MILLER l Mr. Miller, who has been made as sistant secretary of the interior, is a Californian by birth and has held pro fessorships In the universities of Har vard, Cornell, California and Chicago. He will have general supervision of the bureau of education, the national parks, the Government Hospital for the Insane and Howard university. CURRENCY BILLS INTRODUCED G. O. P. Leader Declares Plan to De "More Democratic Waste." Present Bank Notes To Be Retired. Washington. Tho administration currency bill was launched in tho troubled seas of legislative consider ation when It was Introduced in the Benate by Senator Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma, and In the house by Repre- k Bentativo Glass, the banking and cur rency committee chairmen. The house immediately referred the measuro to the banking and currency committee V. and preparations were mado for tho C M committee to begin its deliberations,. ooverm cuanges nau ueen n...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 July 1913

mi m.i i uttnmmm0mmMimmaimnmammmmmmmmmM i iilnnm riin'1r niniTn-rtimni mm mmm imn'imininimnu u Will Be Fittingly Celebrated at With Various Exceptional Attractions t :Car VI&O'SAt V By the well known Veseth.Bros. Firewor lay isp Depicting the Bombardment of Scutari. 8. An unusually interesting program for the young folks has been arranged Grand Prizes will be given in various con tests. Boating, dancing, bathing, Merry-go-round and a con tinuous vaudeville in the Park Dome. Just one day and that a great big one : : : : Excursion rates from all points. Plenty of efficient car service. Come and bring the whole family. Lemember: m Ride the Merry-go-round Bud & Henry Musical Comedy Co., All Day. Cs( ODY GOING! t9T-'r"rTBri aTiffFftn;vrrrrmritTw-rrffllrIWnl(t1Jj

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 July 1913

MP -v.WBl&l mm tiffmaMfmsmmmmnVHtm Mine Inspector Boyle Says Vote "Yes" on Question 47, Sec. 18 of Mining - Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913 Number 19 1 U V 1 traasraasEEZHBEra Yale-Majestic cAlester The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays Coolest Spot in Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. Prices 5 and 10 Cents No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YALE-MAJESTIC es e. Arrangement have been made to have Paul Nesbitt the brilliant democratic orator of McAlester to meet and discuss questions with the socialist speakers at the big celebration here pn next Wednesday. We know nothing of the ability of the socialists speakers for this meeting, but we do know Paul Nesbitt one of Oklahoma's best orators, a man that ranks Al on the discussion of vital questions of the day and can hand it to you '"right off the bat." In other words Paul is there with the "big mit" and "raring to go." jwmjmjimwiw mum ,! iMi'ni.miwju ji 'jwuMJurnmamrnmwrsKiitrasim "Meet Me in Oklaho...

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. — 10 July 1913

njr-' ufi a i H 4' n The Oklahoma Miner ED EOVLE. E4H-r B A. MARCUM. Bvi Mjpr. KR2M. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES if"AXWS OP COMfWO EVENT. Ar t- KKyw, "ffsir.aa'N. iptnt fcet l- Rar prlb Cenrtvil- Cfcwafc JKrt t P-nr . IS-Oct 4 -Altlwmi tu rr. - -Ort V H'n fcw ai Sutt4 Oet H xTfcc rir Om. H-li lurot Carat, Dmwul Occ H Prrt'fU &rUm, KM- County rtttn. An. iZ-U-nitmaa Cewrtr fnlr. - pt. j-ii-oi covstv iir. pw- fuirf t.HMku4. rtkbhnu . !-!-KtarfllvT Cwrtr Tm ' tectttute mmi Tito. JCfflafccr MpL $.ttfirtir Cooatr rlr. M- . U-1T OM Cmwtr rlr. Av - U-UMeCUt C(r ". HarceM k k-i bcmmjh corner rac. m City. eH, H-IJ Main. Carat? rlr. W e. H-K-Phwim IMIr. Pw. sk. I-j p" ccMMtfr rf. ft. l(f FltUtfrerg CflWrtT Pair. . It-! PotUwiUoml Comfy rr. 6at. 17-M 0trttB Tmtr, tltrttmz, . Un-Koah Uoeota Ccaaty Fair. A er. Oet l'leym Cemrtr FiUr, Btr. Ost. H-i Totaa Ceomr Jar. Br Kxrvn. BftrtioB-rllk promteea to hae Its U'li.tm hotel open tor travelers July Jth. While lbs streets of Dewey were being oile...

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. — 10 July 1913

"Wfflf rsrm-twtjre f vttftnR'f,'tflV in K3! :iie 3QE 1 Q Local lNews Items D Ubaeacr: , . ic tcaczil D. II. Evans Coalgate. is home from The Junior Aid of Grace M. E. church will give an ice cream social at the corner of Main and Washington Saturday night. m 3 C Od IN This paper from nowuntilJan. 1914. for 25c. "The colored I. 0. 0. F. lodge of Carbon will hold a public- in stallation at that place on next Tuesday night; refreshmentsvill , be served and a good time assured. Free wagon Saffa's store. yard in rear ofj Joe Joyce is visiting in Okla homa City this week. Mrs. Wm. Roy was here Tuesday. of Alderson This office turned out work ! this week for Fred Ellis teacher i of violin, Dr. Moore veternary i and W. D. Hendricks grocer, all of McAlester. We appreciate I this out-of-town business. Paul Nesbitt will speak at the celebration here next Wednesday. Elks and Boosters meet again in MeAlesjter Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Bank of Krebs was doing a very wise and appreciative...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 July 1913

Trrrri irrr""T'"'",""ri",-""''"""'"t Molly McDonald A 8YNOPSI8. Major M'IMiM omif.-uMlnif n army txl nfur l-wft I;'Jk- iwiKh u mn to lntr-pt hlM 1uKli(-r M"H. who I )i4smii Itr thf lt An JikIImji outbreak Is threatened "Uriel" Hamlin, er Keemt who like Juet arrived with m aHgea to MelJonald, volunteera for the micMton Molly arrive at fort Hlpley two darn ahead of hdule. Hhe decide to puti on to Fort Iodg by elatfe In ctMHMitiy vltb "Butler Hill Moylan Oon la, a tgunblor. U also a paaaner Hiiiln inU tno afaae with atorfeN of depredations committed by the Indians. The driver deet-rta the ataxe whn I Juli an appear. The Indian are twice r puled Hamlin and Molly eacape In the darkneaa Molly In wounded Hamlin la much excited at finding a haveraack marked (' 8 A He explalna to Molly that he waa In the Confederate aervlce and dlamlMed In diagram under charge of cowardice At the cloae of the war he enllated tn the regular cervtce He aaya the liaveraark win the property of ont ("apt I.efnvre...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 July 1913

iJ' MJAntofoJ Hi ii Mi ii in" mil immmm dm,k',wt i i rriiiiniim t-r..j-jL,m-ia.M,. - . , ....a.-..-- ...,- ...., i" TmiiiBun-mmriTiinr"""'! INDIAN L 1250,000 SET A8IDE FOR LITIGA TION PENDING IN PRO BATE COURTS. LIMIT OF LAND SALE DECEMBER 1 200 Per Capita Payment to Be Made to the Scmlnolcs Other ' Provisions of tho Bill. Washington. Tho general Indian appropriation hill which has just heen bigned by President Wilson, contains probably inoro important features which will be of benefit to Oklahoma than any measure of tho kind passed by Congress in recent yoars. Not only are large sums sot aside for the bene fit of the state and her Indian citizens but it incorporates several provisions which are designed to curb for all time scheming whites who have profited richly at the expense of the nation's red wards and who would havo profited even greater had not protective clauses been inserted in the measure which now Is law. For the expenses of the administra tion of the Five Tribes tho su...

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. — 10 July 1913

The Oklahoma Msraar Pubttniiad Every Thnrs3aty Attorney at Law KREBS and MALESTEK McAlester Office Over Aanaricsm National Bant. Phones 982 ft 897-1 and ?! I . i u now. B A MANCUM Trwwurer Watson, now. We have the biggest stock of County Superintendent Lewis. Build Your Mew Monte Mow! i ii ii t """""""""J.mn mi I I " I Entered as second-class mtiUer t the postoffice at Krebs, Oka 'jma, undei the Act of March 8, Subscription Pnoe: neYear - - - $1.00 ix Months 50c fHUKSDAY JULY 10, 113. Some More "Bunk" Only 102 and still going atTol-'; aa Monday. i It was cetainly a nme Fourth. No squabbles, no drunks. One of the Coal Trust circu lars to the voters reads as fol lows: "The new mining law will 'ause some additional expense to the millionaire mine opera t r8, but it will safeguard the miners life and will aid in bring- ng down the price of coaL" Mr. Voter, do the millionaire nne owners expect to give you ' heaper coal while being at a greater expense to operate? J Joes he expect to take...

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. — 10 July 1913

, mmlK-S)mMmwtJm, wiWmflnirwp,'r' ..( -ah .,?, v a- i 4F '- to . 2 PROBLEM OF STORING GOODS Careful Assortment of Things to 8avo . and to Throw Away la tho I First Requisite When docldlng -what to keep and what to send to bo cold, It la well to make a careful estimates of tho com parative cost of storago and replacing deducting from tho latter item tho probablo selling price. When you ap ply this teat you will probably find that moot of the kitchen utensils ehould go to the auction room, nor trill it pay to storo for any length of time the vast assortment of odds and ends which accumulate in moBt house holds. Ono should pack for storage much the samo as one packs for any other removal, with this dlfferonco, that tho I goods njny not D0 unpacked for many months, and that it Is desirable to got them into as small a compass as pos sible. With a view of reducing storage wpace study ways of using all tho in terior space of furniture turned upside down. A large picturo with a deep molding...

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. — 10 July 1913

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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. — 17 July 1913

wirrMB i mm iiw win hi. ctor Boyle Says Vote "Yes" on Question 47, Sec. 18 of Mining B m Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913 Number 20 IMIfl llll II Mil IWIHIIIHHI 11 MM I ii Mine Inspe II '& y r-V IA P 3 Yale-Majestic ii j . McAlester , 55 Si The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays '"i r:t&2 v k Pictures changed every night Four Big Reels Every Night. Prices 5 and 10 Cents No Higher. Spend an Evening at the YAL E-MAJESTIC .... . gMMgcacaraag5iiaftggcMfcbfl.yi Some More "Bunk" One of the Coal Trust circu lars to the voters reads as fol lows: "The new mining law will cause some additional expense to the millionaire mine opera tors, but it, will safeguard the minerSlife and will aid in bring ing down the price of coal." Mr. Voter, do the millionaire mine owners expect to give you cheaper coal while being at a greater expense to operate? Does he expect to take the 78c per ton that he is now paying the miner? Some more "bunk" trying to deceive ou into voting in his favor. An...

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. — 17 July 1913

7e OMdmm fctv CS? CnmUB IS! WHUfi AND SHKHIS p-t&P' fit) WJ l.dtto' OTKMfcHB GWW wj-jhfrs hut rtjr r I M r . m , c -ru r inwiwm fhi AT OKLAHO.MA STATE FAIR unchcon Delicacies imt -ih wx t- w w iMtAtt (W'WHl - l He ' M'K'U I.JVuCukI VW,I. JAl.t.ptit , U t ! J I My I Mklxl (I'-lUi rMi fi 4-.Ux v( U( Muli.i.jtri4il n Ai ll'WU (t(.(wJI Drill (..iJf T"f 7V( .fei. -ihm.h. Htminm tS v m JMsHt 22- f fwMm ftnimmii '" w-F5PWHl(Wt AfeWM $ -w 5vuir flsrtr, Aw jT '. nr mik 11 - fw nwit - 2t ,',h -vW)r tar. kTX vwM' ,. 4 T ""' Awoirtu 4Hm? , ' a wr rm Ms z , , vV ' M- 'wr . wh V Mxir frl , j 'y rum um J . 'm fcw ' n IMtTUnm U , ' Www, w mM4 tk A AMMM f "tmntmt m Uft4 ." 1.1 y ' 'rtmt m Mry ImU rfcM ' JW - ( , it, . I'M mm hty, itk 'U I, t 1 w ' mm, UttomUH h vnm4 lt"t UUU k 414, '. f'MM I'Hy t)mmtnl Hmtm'L Vi,IW4. m4 lh-l Mn M ll fwikw,, fVVlhtlMM yuninmtftM tiUih imutt n Jjt Mhow i mi , m tUt) miif Ht F ' '' WMlrWOlkN, Hlld Mlllt'1 flMWII U) (Dm dImiiL M- wwl ,,H Hwm iIoIik -j',M 'j'iiMMf p,...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 July 1913

kmfommmtimmmimtlim uaxzrrpt mi: -a ' 'A "m' - mamnim .,i)M.Tt'W.A m it U.-! P A '---' 0 nnc 3C 3E3H D Q Local News Items D ii3itE3i iaeil Burt Lorince is home from a visit to Coalgate. Mrs Alsop is home from a visit to Clarcmore. Chas. Sehade was over from McAlester Wednesday. Mrs. ,Ias. Lorince of Coalgate -sis visiting relatives here. E. W. Flynn arrived home. Wednesday from Atlantic City I where he attended the annual I Bill Board Convention. It is , needless to say that Ed. had "a' time." i Walter Elliott and Miss Laura Wheeler stole a march on their friends last week by getting married "unbeknowance" to any body except the license clerk and preacher. But since this gum shoe plan worked all right no bady can say but that it is as good as the publicity route with all foolish fuss and feathers cus tomary in such matters. The Signal joins their friends in congratulations. -Ilaileyville Signal. If Section 18, of House Bill 228, which is State Question 47, is not repealed it will giv...

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. — 17 July 1913

MOLLY Mi A T&.ttJir .gessnm 17 6YN0P8I8. Major Mononnld, coinninmllni; in army ImihI iiomi Ifoit OodKO, hccIch u mun to luloiccpl IiIh ilmiKlitoi, Molly, who Is IioimIoiI for tho poHt An Imlliui outbreak Ik Uiic.UoiuhI Korgi'iiiit "Mrluk" Iliunllti IiiooIh (ho titftKO In which Molly Ih truvel Imk Tht'y aro uttiicUoil by Indians, iind (Inmllii und Molly ohciipo in tho darknuHt Inmlln IoIIh Molly ho wim dlncharsud fiom (ho Confodciato fiorvlco In dlHRwa n id nl tho closo of tho war onllHted In Oio it'Kiilai ai my Ilo hiihcc'Ih one Pap uan I.o l'ovro of IkjIiik toHponniDio ror IiIh dlHxiaco Trooiw upponr and undor rwcort of l.loul Oanklnn Molly HtartH to Join lior fathor I Inmlln leavc'H lo rojolr IdH roKltnoiit Ilo lotuuiH to I'-ort Dodw hflor it HUinmur of Ui;htliiK Indians, anil IIiiiIk Molly thoro BhotH nro hoard In tho nlKhl Ilainlln i iihIiub out. bops what ho lielloves Ih tho lluio or Molly IiIiIIiik I" tho d.iiknoHH and fulls ovoi tho hndy of nontenant CliiRklnH who aorimuH...

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. — 17 July 1913

x S & 'tenT' CONFERENCE VOTES STRIKE FIFTY-FOUR LINES WILL TIED -UP UNLESS COM PANIES YIELD. BE LEADERS LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON One Hundred Trainmen Remain In New York To Direct Future, Action. 80,000 Men Are Involved. New York. Whether a strike of up wards of 80,000 conductors and train men on fifty-four eastern railroads shall bo declared within the next few days depends upon whether the rail roads recede from their present posi tion and withdraw from their refusal to arbitrate the wage and other diffi culties between the company and the men. This declaration was made in state ments by the trainmen's representa tives after the grievance committee of employers from various roads, in conference here, had ratified the strike vote recently taken and had authorized A. B. Garretson, president of the Brotherhood of Railway Con ductors, and W. G. Lee, president of the Brotherhood o. Railway Train men, to issue the formal strike order to their respective organizations. Peace prospects cen...

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. — 17 July 1913

The Oklahoma Miner nvlhKr " '"'BLI' Attorney at Law ... , r-"-"", , KREBS and M'ALESTER PubJUhed Every Thursday Build Your New Home Now! McAleftter Office Over American National Bank. u aortx ft A MAP CUM -t - - P3im9&$S7- 1 ar?d2Rings Entered as aeeond-class matter at th poaUiffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3. J 879. Subscription Price: One Year :x Month $1.00 50c THURSDAY JULY 17. 1913. I hereb.. certify that the av--rajr number of fach issue of th? publication for six mopth preceding the date of this state ment was three hundred. B. A. MARCUM, Bus. Ugr. .Sdbacnbed and sworn before -nc this 5th day of July. 1913. H. J. Ojcle-Hby, Notarv Public. My Commission Expiree Ocj, 12. IMG. Huh Miller of Midland, Ark.. - ends us a new subscriber to the Miner Uifsweek. The ice cream sociaT held last .Saturday night was a success and a nice sum realized. Why is it that the consumer of r n can't buy his coal direct from the mine? Because the ("oal trust cculd not get their...

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. — 17 July 1913

PBHHBMHHMIHHI hM ,Bl.awnW"i rnvmrnt WRHj liKTfWlsMll MSSmjmm $ s mm. tells LOBBY'S HISTORY DECLARES $60,000 WAS SPENT VAINLY IN MAINE TO DE- FEAT McGILLICUDDY. FOUGHT EOR 6. 0. P. IN 1908 Produces Letter -from Sherman Ac knowledging Material Assist ance "Got the Scalps" of k Friends of Labor Washington. Martin M. Mulhall, field agent, strike breaker, lobbyist and political worker for the National Manufacturers Association, told his romarkablo story before the senate lobby investigation committee. Mul hall was on the stand for several days. In that time nearly 600 letters, tele grams and scraps of memoranda, were identified by him with hardly more than a glance, lie remembered ap parently the first names of members of congress, of lesser politicians, of labor leaders and underlings, of secre taries to congressmen and all the men ho had worked with through a year of most active campaigning in many parts of the country. His perform ance seemed so remarkable to law yers present that the...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 July 1913

I B BM BB WMWIUKII IIIIH II 13 The Oklahoma MINER from Now Until Jan. 1, 1914 for Cents Seven Months in m This offer closes Sat. July 1 9th . be sent to any address in United States. Js r

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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