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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 April 1917

I ' ' v s & S ,t V U -d -If you don't get your Miner next week you'll know your subscription has expired. Pay up now! Vol. 6 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1917 Number 9 f r ' U 1 3E3C 30C 3C 3E 30E 3E3E CLOTHES FOR the whole family And the price will please you. Come ( in and see us. Osage Trading Company a 3E3E 30E 3E 3E (OE 3E3E Teachers to Meet April 27-28 The County Teachers Asso ciation will meet in McAIester April 27 and 28, and at this meeting the contests in reading spelling and penmanship will be held for the grades and high schools, and medals of gold and silver awarded. This contest will be held Friday. Saturday the athletic meet will be held at the Fair park commencing at I p. m., and no admission will be charged. Let Krebs schools have a good showing at this meet and the school patrons should also attend. Let's show our sister cities that we are progressive and realize the need of co-operation in school work. Hugo W:ns Southeast Meet -Thexfightli annual south...

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. — 26 April 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER "CASCARETS" ACT No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation : by morning. Got a 10-cont box. Aro you keeping your bowola, liver, rind stomach clonn, puro nnd fresh with CnHcnrots, or merely forcing a pnsRngewny every few days with SaltB, Cathartic Pills, Cnstor Oil or rurgntlvo Waters? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Lot Caacarets thoroughly cloanso and rcg Jilato tho stomach, roniovo tho sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take tho excess bile from tho llvor nnd carry out of tho systom all tho constipated wnsto matter and poisons In the bowols. A Cnscarot to-night will mako you feel groat by morning. Thoy work whllo you sleep novor grlpo, slckon or cauao any Inconvenience, and coat only 10 cents a box from your atoro. Millions of men nnd women take a Cascaret now and then nnd novor havo Iloadacho, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomachy or Constlpntion. Adv. Never That Way. "Jack, do you love me still?" "Try it once, pet, and let me...

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. — 26 April 1917

- THE OKLAHOMA MINER DEMAND FOR TANLAC INCREDIBL Big Laboratories at Dayton Unable to Supply Enormous Demand Capacity Increased to Thirty Thousand Bot tles Daily Dealers and Jobbers Glamoring for It Branch Plants to be Established Throughout United States and Canada. IN ALMOST ' ( ( TUST toll the people to have a little patience and wo will soon be able I to supply the demand for Tanlac." This was the message recently flashed from the offices of G. P. Willis, the Southern and Western distributor of Tanlac at Atlanta, -Georgia. The message Avas sent out in response to the urgent telegrams, letters and long distance phone calls which have been pouring into his offices from the leading dealers and drug jobbers from all parts of the South and West, complaining that the demand -for Tanlac was greatly in excess of the supply. In n later stntemont Mr. Willis snld : "This condition wns brought about not only by the enormous demand for Tanlac but by the congested condition of the railroads. ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 26 April 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Anglin cV Hall ATTORNEYS Practice in all courts Land Titles a specialty. Iloldenvillc, Okla. Have you ever noticed the lack of comfortable chairs in some homes? Doesn't it always make you feel that you are not a very welcomed guest? We cannot honor our country with too deep n reverence; wo cannot love her with an affection too pure and fervent; wo cannot serve her with an energy of purpose or a faith fullness of zeal too steadfast end urdent. Gritnkc. Comfort Chairs Rockers Feel Welcome Good comfortable chairs, and rockers are always useful and a blessing to any home. We have many st3'les to show you. Rice & Rice Groceries, Furniture, Hardware 'he Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday .1. J. HEATH COCK Publisher. Ofiice and Res. Phone: 334-L J. J. Bliznian, Editor Entered as second-elr.ss matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, IS79. Subscription Price: One Year by mail - - LOO fix Months 50c By Carrier one month - - 10c In Ad...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

u -. ? r&4estL 2 7 Vol. 6 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 3,1917 Number 10 aac 30E 3C 3E HOC 3111 CLOTHES FOR amny price ease you. Come in and see us. Osage Trading Company 3 on: 3E 3E 30E 3E3E Krebs Wins One Medal In the different contests held at the County Teachers con vention at McAlester last Fri day and Saturday, Haileyville won seven medals, McAlester two, Alderson two and Harta liorne and Krebs one apiece. The medals were of gold and silver. Mildred Mitche'l o f Alderson was the only contest tint to win two medals. The Krebs silver medal was won by Miss Leona Rice in the high school penmanship contest. Attemded Show at Busby. A large number of the people from Alderson and Krebs attend ed the show at the Busby theatre at McAlester last Monday after noon and night. It was a special Fox picture in ten reels, starring Annette Kellerman and entitled "A Daughter of the Gods." The music alone w as wcrth the price of admission. Those who went from Krebs were: Mrs. McGennis, Misse...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

T H S. OKLAHOMA WINER We KITCAm CABIAETS m Imw m ? Wm flf BARREL SKIRT FOR EVENING GOVN. BlacV eatln govn draped with embroider net, showing the modern v.ty of arriving at the oal silhouettes. The high aieted bodice Is outlined vfth a belt of pink roses, and the sleeves are square pieces of net iIwWELiyllis Absence of Usual Brilliancy of In vention Reflects Strain in French Capital. HOBBLE SKIRT IS ASSURED Thla Is Only Name That Can Be Given to Prevailing Pattern, Which Is Held In to Lce Than Two I Yards at tho Hem. Kow York. There In only one corn I writ among Uiom who merchandise clothes, concM'rnlnjf the output of I'aris In February. That Ih, that It was dla uijpointlriK' No till in seem to differ from that statement. The fact Ih spo ken of with klndllnesa, and not with iiny desire to ho unpleasantly critical. Tliiit I'nrlH was nhlo to put out about two thousand mouols nt a time when tlio stringency of everything In tho French capital cuimod heurtHlckneas mill physical depression...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER BILIOUS, HEADftCHY, SICOiPETS" Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while you sleep. Get a 10 cent box. Sick headachy, biliousness, dizzi ness, coated tonguo, foul tasto and foul breath alvas trace them to torpid liver, delayed, fermenting food In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach Poisonous matter clogged In tho In testines, Instead of being cast out of tho system Is re absorbed Into tho blood When this" poison reaches tho delicate brain tissue It causes con gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick ening headache. Cascarets Immediately cleanso tho stomach, removo tho sour, undigested food and foul gases, take tho excess bile from the liver and cairy out all tho constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels A Cascaret tonight will Buroly'i straighten jou out by morning Thoy woik vvhilo you sleep a 10 cent box from your druggist means jour head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months Adv. Hardships of Oratory. "Why do jou lefuse...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER i Comf Have you ever noticed the lack of comfortable chairs in some homes? Doesn't it always make you feel that you are not a very welcomed guest? 7 a Good comfortable chairs and rockers are always useful and a blessing to any home. We have many styles to show you. Ha O B race gl s Groceries, Furniture, Hardware 1 he Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday J. J. HEATIICOCK Publisher. J. J. Blizman, Editor Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Trice; One Year by mail Six Months By Carrier one month -In Advance 1.00 50c 10c Locals and Personal Mention Dr. J. W. Echols, Specialist, eye, ear, nose and throat. New Cambron building, Mc Alester, Okla. 11. W. Kiple was an Alderson business visitor last Thursday. Mrs. Mary Tasso was an Al derson visitor last Thursday. Miss Lucy Pepino spent Thurs day of last week, in Alderson. Mrs. Davis of Alderson was in Krebs last Thursday. Who has been your gu...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MPLOYERS MUST INSURE WORKERS Ohio Supreme Court Upholds Dis puted Section of State's Compensation Act. BOARD CAN ASSESS DAMAGES MANY "FLOATERS" IN WEST Government Report Says That In Call- fornla Alone There Are 20,000 Work- ers With No Fixed Residence. Several Hundred Cases Are Settled by Decision Three Thousand New York Tailors Get 20 Per Cent Wage Increase Other News of Labor World. The Ohio supremo court has uphold .section 27 of that state's workmen's compensation act, which provides that employers failing to insure their work men are liable for damages awarded by- the state Industrial commission. Several hundred cases throughout the state were left undecided until the Highest court rendered final decision on the legality of this section. The strike of 3,000 tailors employed by the Cut, Make and Trim Manufac turers' association of New York, cater ing to the mail-order trade, ended when representatives of the union and em ployers, signed an agreement. The men ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER PROMINENT BANKERS COME 0 UT Two Weil-Known Bankers of the South Volun tarily Write Strong Letters of Indorsement to Taniac. Office at Atlanta on the Same Day Telling What It Had Done for Them. OX MARCH Tth personal letters from prominent bankers in two south ern states were receded at the Tan lac office. These, like hundreds f thousands of other communications that haTe been pouring in with evert delivery of the mail for the past year or mow, express the writers' high appreciation of the merits of Taniac, as proven by their own expe rience with it. The first tetter quoted ones tfcnmfh Kit W. Uoode, druggist and tecal agent for Taniac at Hawkins rWft Georgia, containing the state ment of R. J. Henry, president of the JfawklnsrtUe Bank and Trust company, which ts one of the best known finan lal Institution in that part of the Mat. His letter follows, just as it was written: "BawklnsTtlle, Georgia. March 5. 1917. -9r. a T. Willis. Atlanta. Georgia. fear Sir: Mr. R J....

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER CRISIS OF Change Safely Passed by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. B lpp Ml DADDY'S QVCNINC LIFE U fMDYTMC Llfi'MARYCRAHAJI.CT Wagoner, Okla. "1 never Ret tired of praising Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- tablo Compound because during Change of Life I was in bed two years and had two operations, but all the doctors and op erations did me no good, and I would nave been in my grave today had it not been for Lydia E. Pinkham's veg etablo Comnound which brought me out of it all right, so 1 am now well and do all my housework, besides working in my garden. Several of my neighbors have got well by tak ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound." Mrs. Viola Finical, Wagon er, Okla. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hotflashes, headaches, back aches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the cars, palpitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu larities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and dizziness should be heeded by middle-a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 May 1917

1 i : i . : x k:2 soeae m p' ' r BLACK CAT 3T SCrfjC Of WAIX 7 VV ci-jjii jjwj iiwi nam iiwiiiii "--jBr fcAN'f BE' BEATl y ANTRIM LUMBER COMPANY Locals anid Jt nt ICrt K. Iwssru. aarf 4a jjcar Mai Hm ?-v fm9?r We Ufat m smuk mite m. z V&mmi; z. 4m mm pcitmmz '' mm m the vehfmmmz & 7&tc m i. tn&i ami h emsrmtzd. Kiotu rjfc W3v4 frs teft Kit. Owrftt Kas4fiMi wza i 9MNKr 5: vlalMr r.-irfcy. Ufimr fsmmim r .-etui c vmm9c hums 10m m . rim uH o ii-wort k- are wsmt thz tmw ni whziznK totntz, ft jauy Klav HcwryctU Fwfl frass i UcAtaner navoor Wtdt6zf. Umf lienryetu JWsfl, r2w ha bt . jt 4wt o a. VtafoMi ctfavtri OuAti&Ah, Himvmi. fm the pwt few mrnUf . a :t utfoe4 hrxn. Mim Prrell wt xw4ed it dif&xim, harms eom (AU4 her btwimm covet d ptmti exnmimrtkn. Wfaa yj fa.-J the ii in thta aPir and then go to pwreba wiwt yoo aw adTtrUseif, ieae ufl tfc advtrtMer Uia yoc read nktAin the Miner. ThanJu! UmdMmm Ben Millard and E. M. Ilolliday of MeAlesUr. were til soewu of Mrs. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

Vol.6 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 10,1917 Number 11 anac HOE ac 3C 3on 3nc CLOTHES FOR the whole familv A Honoring the School Graduates' S ie price .se vou. m ana see us. fc$ftbW4k$w&&$w&&$v&k$v&b$w&&$yjk& The following is the pro cram for the honor of the & V he tm- Osage Trading Company 2111 ion 3C 3C 301 3nc School Notes ' The eighth grade baccalaureate sermon will be held Funda evening at the North Methodist church. All are invited. The eighth grades will take final examinations on next Mon day, Tuesday and Friday. State examinations will be given. The students and faculty wish to thank Mr. Yale for the lum ber used m the May festival; al so A. Rice who donate the use of his auto truck. Twenty-seven eighth grade students will receive diplomas at the Methodist church Friday evening. May IS. A large attendance of the Krebs Progressive club is expect ed at the school building Friday - tomorrow. WWWWJWWMWWWWI He who loathes war, and will do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER BRAVES TO MAKE HOT FIGHT FOR FLAG MORE MONEY WANTED BIO BUSH iW ON they own for themselves, being n foun dation for greater wealth and inde pendence. Advertisement A vivid Imagination is often even moro dangerous than a little learn ing. Strike Threat Throws Light on Mercenary Motives. For Western Canada and the 160-Acre Homesteads. ...tt MAINSTAYS OF BOSTON ,T3Y JACK VKIOCK, International News Sports Editor ) The Boston Braves huvo somowlmt Df a reputation us a llghtln' bull club. Tlio IJraves are lighters on tho field of play, and In tills year's campaign tliey may be counted upon to make a iot light for the rag. But whatever may be said of those Braves, one thing stands out as an un asunl feature: They have more temperament and icrvouH energy anchored around sec ond base than any club In the two big leagues. With tho veteran Johnny Evers on second and that little pepper box, Walter Maranvllle, at short, It can bo truthfully said that there Is moro en ergy and l...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER POINTS ON SELECTION OF SOUND HORSE CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP! ACTS LIKEJI1IIE OS LIVER I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Give You the Best Liver ami Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had Doesn't Make You Sickl u K 1 "" " ' ' - i- ii i i . n r i I, -i, j j jin , ,..1 J Jo- - v ,' 49 I j V 45 i T V FIG. 1 REGIONS 1. Muzzle. 2. lApa. 3. Nostril. 4. Face. 5. Bye. G. Forehead. 7. Foretop. 8. Ears. 9. Poll. 10. Jaw. 11. Throatlatch. 12. Neck. 13. Grest. 14. -Withers. 15. Shoulder. 16. Breast. 17. Point of shoulder. IS. Arm. 35. 19. Elbow. 30. 20. Fore Jlank. 37. 21. Forearm. 3S. 22. Knee. 39. 23. Cannon. 40. 24. Fotlock joint. 41. 25. Pastern. 42. 26. Coronet. 43. 27. Hoof. 44. 28. Seat of sldebono. 43. 29. Seat of splint. 46 30. Chestnut. 47. 31. Abdomen. 48. 32. Ribs. 49. 33. Back. 50. 34. Loin. 51. An understanding of the desirable and undesirable conditions found in horses, together with n knowledge of their relative values, will enable the purchaser to select a be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA M I H K 1? Comfort r a n ft e. WAA 54. SL R, 7 ockers Have you ever noticed the lack of comfortable chairs in some homes? Doesn't it always make you feel that j you are not a very welcomed guest? 4B33ie Slar-Spangled . I ml Rainier a i -- "i i ! isvrvzsfrr -Jbri a&e i u?Uv vjLuest Feel Welcome Good comfortable chairs and rockers i are always useful and a blessing to j any home. We have many styles to show you. j fuLO OR QlMSTiT, 'mLiz4'jE.-3E -0t r i i j-j- -1 Trancia SccAt Key. J 814. ,-4 E t j KCt.fc!3r2iC3 Anglin & Hell aitorne s Practice in r II ccuils Land Tilks a fepcciUt. . Holdcnville, CKln. -b: .rt x ceo, by the darn's ear - ly light, Wl it bo proud -1 vc eoa thro' the mists ol tho deep, Where Ihsfoa'ahanuh-ty nt wli an i Mitit.iniy . tv ICTOra That ttlO haV - OC of 7 . k' 1. On, ay cbu you y. Oil Lbs ahoro dim Iv o a ..i i..., ; id. int ! an Mmt.incr . Iv mroro Thai tho hav - OC 1, Ch, tLuj k it C7 - cr wbeu free-man ehall stand Ba - tween their lev M ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER STEEL MEN GIVEN NEW WAGE RAIS MINIMUM-WAGE LAW UPHELD SILK IS REPLACED BY WOOLEN JERSEY ffiDDfSOTK; lt HV increase Is Fourth Granted Vol untarily by Big Corporation Within Year. WORLD FEDERATION PLANNED President Gcmpers of American Fed eration of Labor to Call Congress In Washington as First Step Other NewB of Work ers' World. The United States Steal corporation, through Clinirtnan Elbert II. Gary, hns announced an Increase of "about 10 per cent In wage rates and salaries up to $2,500," for the employees of the cor poration's nrIous subsidiaries. During 1010, the most prosperous year In the history of the corporation, 'threo voluntary Increases In wages and salaries wore granted, equaling about 33 per cent. The annual pay roll was Increased to $203,385,502 from $170, '800,804. The Steel corporation has about 250,000 eniplojees. The new in-J crease will add about $25,000,000 to the corporation's pay roll It is said. Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER POULTRY EKT3- MANY PROMINENT MEN M TANL TESTS IN POULTRY FEEDING WAYOR. JUDGES, HIGH OFFI CIALS, BANKERS, LAWYERS, DOCTORS AMD EDITORS INDORSE IT. NOTED EX-MAYDR WJ &sh JylM ft mm Km Ah Stm H Jm am HL 1 ff Mm H Jm wir m Lit t LJm .Lt5 GOME OUT FOR HP FEEL IT THEIR DUTY TO TALK They Cme Fe.-vra.-d and Ur.b&tfUt- togly TeM Suffering Huantiy Yfhat Cekbrated Mtdicrne Haa Eooe far Thee. TT Ix seldom, indeed. that men of prom 1 wcDce. especially men hddiiur hit Mfctle office, willijudv txpieaw tlieir In defetedaen paMicir to a proprietary andlciae. Many prominent men. bow war, tnclodlnf supreme court id?, ron of oar leading dties. prominent etrnt and county oMcfais. bankers, law. 7W donors, editors, leading edocs tors, government officials and eren mln fcssers of the Gospel hare deemed It tksir doty to come forward and tell the people wbmi Tanlac has done for Uon. The well-known men oi affairs hare recognized In this medicine a new discovery and a scientific tri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER W. L. DOUGLAS "the shoe that holds its shape" $3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8 aJSWJSSh juvu twuuwjr tjy ircuruiK vy. I UOUglUS shoes. For sale by over 9000 shoe dealers. The Best Known Shoes in tho World. YV7. L. Dougljuname and the retail price is stamped on the bot VV torn of all shoes at the factory. The value is guaranteed and the wearer protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San Francisco than they do in New York. They axe always worth the price paid for them. q-he quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the Fashion Centres of America. They are made in a well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., bv the Inchest naiti. tWillcH 1irntn-l-... .. I .L. .1 1 supervision of experienced men, all working determination fn milr. tU- Uf r1,n .1 . " "- "w "" iw mc "f!M Mill. nnt .m,V'iSJ,0 ,lenl.e,r...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 May 1917

T 11 L OKI rlACK GAT it i.smsm , j I ASK FOR THIS ? j I. BOOK OF LATEST ; j j II WALL PAPER :g I' AT OUR STORE tj R nrfl,' ftik ncrna wr is B 'nil niinMimi mimiiMmr TTiiriTinwii an imi imiiiii B j I A U O U A MINER .r-. I" w i: rr cafl. -i 1 -'iro. I.td the 10th ds .1 Apn , 1"1' J. R. McDonald Ker.tV. in, Ally. 319-1041 Sfie National Guard I Dy Kenttoih MacDoug&U p - i J NOTICF OF? fULIATI0M. No. 3110. t- r.f Oklahoma, Pittsburg til4 Di'rict Court of said '.jntv. 1 irfYo..-ell, Plaint-IT. M. rle Y rtvil. IMerdant Sid dfndant Merle Yowellii .. ..: take n-.tire that -lie ha? Wn ( I -..-din the above named court) '. a unorcf on the grnnd- of1 ir ''jril.cr.rt and jou '-uid dt-'i. -'. dnt, nvsi answer th: pet!- .&-fc-a-a-a-. ------ n fi'ed therein by -a'd plaintiff! -nr b-;re the Hl'i d y of Me.-d.-njts ). J. Erewen ind : u... Ml 7. or said politic will ILirrv Kit 1 wjre in McAlester h takv'n ts true and a judgment Monday. r" r s,id p'aintiff will be rendered -c" rdioki'. Mfik Le...

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