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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 May 1917

Vol.6 KREB5, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1917 Number 12 &Q&&$y&fa$V&&$?&b$V&b$VtoV&k4V clothes for : the who!e family : i And the price will n please you. Come i in and see us. n i Osage Trading Company jjqi 1QC H tt3QI 31IElJ tms W7 The Woman Who Pays By Check Exercises good judgment in the financial man agement of her household affairs. The check ing accounts of women are welcomed here and will have the best attention. c$ Carbon Notes i ? TU17 D AMy rc DCRQ $VVa$6$V$Sfc$V$$Vfc$W Assault and Battery Charge Mrs. Bell filed a charge of assault and batlery against Mr. Thompson last week and the trial was held Tuesday even ing in Justice Browns court with a verdict in favor of the defendant. The case was tried by a jury Many amus ing incidents were recited dur ing the course of the trial thai caused the gravel to fall sever al times for order. The defendant was ably de fended by Andrews & Ander son, of McAlester, while the county attorney' prosec...

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 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER WAR WORKERS ARE 10 BE PROTECTED Standards Will Not Be Lowered to Increase Production, Gov ernment Says. 30NVICT LABOR RESTRICTED STATE VIOLATING OWN LAW Sovcrnor Rye of Tennewee Signs Bill Abolishing Lease System In That State October 18, 1918 Other News of Workers' World. War conditions entailing vnst linounts of extra work will not be lllowed to Interfere with hard-won standards of protection for the health jf labor. The government's position watt made plain by Secretary of the Savy Daniels in response to inquiries y Prof. Irving Fisher of Yale univer lity, president of the American Asso ciation for Labor Legislation, lie said : Those who serve in our industries iro as necessary to successful prosecu lion of the war as are the fighting forces. Tne Increase and maintenance it our naval strength will call for maximum output, sustained effort, and Qnlmpalrod labor pwer. The fltness Df our Industrial army must be safe guarded. Testimony from Europe In dicates that a...

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. — 17 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER r CBaatfcwnl uit tAMkMEejiAwaavaaisjuvuuBBtBi PLAN FOR OUTDOOR BROODER Farmer, Handy With Hammer and Nails, Can Easily Arrange Device to Accommodate Chicks. If your nipti fnlks uro hanrty with lmnunor and nails, tlioy ran soon tnnko you an -outdoor brooder, writes Mrs. 13. L. Kddy In Faun Progress. Wo used n pine box , IS by 12, and with a key hole saw cut out a clrclo from the bot tom of the box. In this we fitted u gal lon sirup bucket, turned upside down. Punch the Inverted bottom of this pall full of holes. Put n hinged lid on the box, cov ering this lid with tarred paper to keep out dampness, and nail laths on the underside of the lid, spacing these three Inches apart. From tho laths Outdoor Brooder. have a heavy fringe of old cloth, un der which tho little chicks can cuddle. Uore six half-inch auger holes on each side of the box for ventilation, placing tho holes two inches from tho top of the box. Set the box over a hole four Inches smaller in all dimension...

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 May 1917

T 11 E OKLAHOMA MINE P, sss&JFealEe.nleci-d BLACK CAT - Ik 1916. vw ASK FOR R BOOK OF LATEST WALL PAPiiR SAMPLES AT OUR STORE l (irj IhiMp Til IfAM'f BE BEATJ( TWADC" -It . -Q "& " MARK ANTRIM LUMBER COMPANY Phone 885. Krebs. Okla. A?k yiur dealer for 0 Choctaw Flour. lyjlii N""7iPyi Which Shall it be this SUm- mer Colorado California The Great Lakes Ma keYour Plans Early Literature full of good sug gestions free on request KU THoMl'SuN Di. P.m. Agt OkUhitu it r Interurban Railway. Morning cars iroing east-- 6-0-1, 7-20, 8-20, 9-36, 10-51 Evening-12-06, 1-21, 2-36, 3-51, 5-06, 6-21. 7-36, 8-51, 10-06, 11-21. Going west-6-35, 7-42, 8-52, 10-04, 11-22. Evening--12-34, 1-52, 3-04, 4-22, 5-84, 6-52, 8-04, 9-22, 10-34, 11-52. HfSfNB) m is &sfo$wam lj h THIS F. E. Yale, Mgr. Hie Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday .1. J. Hlizman, Editor Publisher. Entered as second-class matter a the postoftice at Krebs, Okia ioma. under the Act of March 3, 87i. Subscription Price; Ine Yea...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER HOW UNCLE FOR Arniy Schools Are Speeding Up ' Work to Supply Fliers for New Army. SCHOOLING MOST THOROUGH Pick of tho Land Intellectually and Physically Is the Raw Material of the Field First Taught Mechan ics and Work Gradually Up to Difficult Feats In Flying. New York. Uncle Sam's new army must have tho best aviators In tho world. This Is the order that has come from Washington, and the army schools throughout the country are striving to carry It out. There are many obstacles and dis couragements, fast scout planes are almost non-existent this side of the Atlantic, but the standard already reached means as vast advance. A trip out to the big government flying school on Hempstead Plains, nenr Mineoln, L. I., shows a scene of bustling activity, a beehive of Indus try, which has speeded up even over its former strenuous pace In the last few days. At the entrance to the field n stal wart private, an automatic on his hip, challenges tho visitor and scru tinizes close...

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 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER WW JV .MARY 3AH4&B0MHPR MDDfSMNE BIB GAINS IN WEIGHT ' L if THOUSANDS OF THIN, FRAIL1 bxadi tr adc n rre-rrmrr r Tn I HEALTH BY TAKING TANLAC. FIGURES ARE ASTONISHING IS. CMS. PEDEN GAINS 27 POU People of Prominence and Unques tioned Integrity Tell What Cele brated Medicine Has Done for Them. ONB of the most noteworthy fea tures In connection with Tnnlac and the one that stands out more prom inently than liny other, perhaps, Is the vory large number of cll-known men nnd women from all parts of the South who have recently reported astonishing und rapid Increases in weight ns a re suit of its use. When so many well-known people of unquestioned integrity make state ment after statement, each corroborat ing the other, the truth of such state ments can no longer bo doubted. Thousands have testified that this famous medicine has completely re stored them to health and strength, after every other medicine and the most skilled medical treatment have failed. One of the...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER BJVUJ F Aw "fi" BSBaagBrs2tsxnsnmaBKB" The Dying Thief By REV. L. W. GOSNELL Assistant Dean, Moody Uible lmtitute Chicago HAS YmW9 f T51E BEST MACARONI MYJICMATURt-V O ) 7V TWO LARGE PACKAGES 25 MADE FROM THE HIGHEST GRADE DURUM WHEAT COOKS IN 12 MINUTES. COOK BOOK FREE SKINNER MFG. CO. OMAHA. U.S.A. Lsu-esf Mtctvroni rAcloru in (Troerica. iiiiiiiitn i ii i hi ir-nn i iii ii i 1 1 1 n mi 1 1 imh inn mil SWEET POTATO PLANTS linruedlnto ahlpmont Nancy llnll and Porto Hlco l.UOO to 11,000 at ?2 UO per l.liOJ, 10 000 and up at l SO FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS All louillnjr variolic 1 000, fl 60 f UUOupat SI 'Ji Al fob. horo. Tomato plains at tl , Kiek nnd I' ppe plants at M 50 pnr 1.00U, f WIO up at 1 I'., fob l.ere Postpaid 4Uo per 100. l. r. Jahima.bimhuiulll.b c Misunderstood. She Docs Doctor Cutter treat, ninny people? lie No; he's notoriously stingy. GAVE HIS CANE AWAY! Mr. S. P. Bonton, Kcrrvlllc, Texas Writes: "For several years prior tc 100G I suffered from kid...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 May 1917

; . v. : j k, k Anglin & Hall ATTdRSEy3 I'ractfc in stt eoor-j Ur'l Titiea rpeeia.' )U,AwV., Gfcaa. Comfort Chairs Ifl VMi,..U fur lullldfi I, .7.0 "l rr it"l M'"l'l,lH M Rock ers r'ifil lini.il' 'I '' !" p-h;Iv'.J f,Kt iv4iif tt. - il WWSaBK. 1 Tot Have you ever rvoaowi tiae lack d comf ortsWc cWs Docmt kalwayt you aure not a very Make YOUR Guests Feel Welcome Good comfortable chairs and rockers are always useful and a blessing to any home. We have many styles to show you. Rice & Rice Groceries, Furniture, Hardvrare r :oao: II Lessal Publications 5 0C -" -to 4 0a,Vmr, F5nlax Mrilis lM! Atotv MBsaed vasrt ior ; lf twee m the sprrmsA vf timtMkmmtuA iA y wad 4 ieo&xot, wsmt noomm lis pHi tion ftid tiacircso by cwd ptentrff m or tfcr tis Jfh 4zy i Jvmt MSH1, or toad ptitk rl H tatStt as tro and & pidiprjfol a orliof!y. Made Ltr, I:. KBie Tarttr. Cvrt 0rfc. Depatjr Claris . ' .ttrs Jc Anderson. H-W-lllZ Atty. for Foinuff Election Pr ocisjaaalioiar WHZREA& Heretofore,...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

r t.-t"" ' Vol.6 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917 Number 13 Tl Souci Park to 0 Open Sunday! KNOCK the "L" Out of I 'mriTr-. ion, it . n- .r. tr!7 LX.U nta hUR V : the whole family e once ase you. see us. wi Come Osage Trading Company 3 EXE 30C toe 3E3E Ol C A " 7"1H ? oiaveo v jc: San Souci park will be open Sunday, May 27. i C. W. Bridges, manager of the amusement place this year, says that special inducements J are going to be offered to lodg- es and Sunday schools to get 'them to hold their picnics , there this year. J There will be plenty of , amusements on the grounds land a number of new attrac I tions. Makt up your mind that you are not going to slave all your life by making it a rule to put aside so much each month to take care of you later on. Start now tomorrow never comes. 4 1 THE BANK OF KREBS Go wen Team Homer Wins 4th Wins Meet Pfe c In State Meet Water Use Is Restricted Now At the meeting of the city n-, . r .1 r -i i i i t is i ! council Monday night the use m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

T ':Wft THE OKLAHOMA MINER a n GIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT, FARM CLIMB OF SOUTHPAWS Work of Left-Handers Marks De velopment of Baseball. ON LiejOWELS No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Got a 10-cont box. Aro you keeping your bowels, liver, nnd atoraach clean, pure and frcBh with Cascarcts, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or Purgatlvo Waters? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarots thoroughly cleanso and rog ulato tho stoniach, remove the sour and fermenting food nnd foul gases, take the excess bile from tho liver and carry out of tho system all tho constipated wasto matter and poisons In tho bowels. A Cascarot to-night will mako you feel great by morning. They work while you sloop never gripe, sicken or causo any Inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women tako a Cascarot now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Coatod Tongue, Indigestion, Sour St...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER V , i ma MMBBgga MM M 1HHW H ' W i"- , , , ! As An Aid 1 NINE commercial strains of alfalfa I To Your I ; : 1 Digestion I ' .,' && . wr- 8 rfBad I "!'K I It helps Nature cor- j SlSy I rect any stomach, I !&&fIS4W I liver or bowel trouble Iffi.fefe jLnwmwiiMi-iriTtirrwft inniim uniiiLi GOOD FIELD OF ALFALFA ON KENTUCKY FARM. Oklahoma Directory nt.mirf r - TRfci r-JUt xt j3, irJjw UB- -- jLL. i-i J. it i. iCCITvio THe Sctl0l WMWJdAM0fiSL of System OKLAHOMA CITY. GUTHRIE anc Service Teaching Byrne famous bhorthand and Book keeping. Write for large Free Catalogue. Name , .Address " :: -E-T-O Coils, Generators, Starters, Storage Batteries REPAIRED and REBUILT AMERICAN COIL EXCHANGE 13K N. Broadway, Oklahoma City, Okla. ni-a-G' Liquor, Drug and Tobacco Habits and Nerve Exhaustion Positively Cured. Correspondence Confidential 1122 N. BROAD WAY OKLAHOMA CITY ALLEN-CLASSIC CAR $8 OB. OO is sold by ALLEN-JACKSON MOTOR CO. of 718 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City, S...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

Comfort Co Rockers Have you ever noticed the lack of comfortable criairs in some homes? Doesn't it always make you feel that you are not a very welcomed guest? Make YOUR Guests Feel Welcome Good comfortable are always any home, show vou. useful Rice & Rice Groceries, Furniture, Hardware Real Estate and j-f . -r. .- - - -- Ioa current expenses lor nscai oi ocnou: uit.nct ino. v, 10 wit; "& " "" j ..,., rarmLOanSjof Educsition of School District year ending June 30, 1910 -enter 704,597.00, that it is necessary) 1918?" UNLIMITED AMOUNT l0 9' tne NwinK financial nere amount of estimate ap- for the Board of Education to ; which election snail be held un OF MOSEY statement for the current fiscal pr0ved bv countv excise board call an election for the purpose ' der the laws of the State of Ok- To loan on farm lands. Small i- interest, no red tape. No delay, prompt service. Three to ten ear interest pa able onh once a year. J.A.Heathcock Doing The Work. W. T. Nanney, Noel, Mo. i writ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

TflFT ?t THE OKLAHOMA MINER JERSEYHAS MADE GREAT PROGRES It Is No Longer a Novelty But Ruling Fabric Among the Informal Gowns. SOMBER TONES PREDOMINATE None of Colors Adopted In Models Im ported From France Is Especially Attractive to the Ameri ' can Woman. The history of Jersey cloth could not be written In one chapter. Its In troduction was not taken seriously, but Its persistence has caused It to bo re garded with importance. It Is qutte useless to attempt to de scribe the spring fashions without starting from Jersey, Incorporating It In the middle and ending up with It. It has- ceased to be a novelty. It has become a standard fabric. It Is so strongly, and disagreeably, like cer tain well-advertised brands of Ameri can woolen for men's underwear, that one feels partially undressed when wearing it. Its slender surfuce, which tantalized the economical wom en and was the delight of the extrava gant woman, appears to have been relegated to the limbo of things that were. The weave th...

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. — 24 May 1917

T"$rr THE OKLAHOMA MINER WOMAN SICK I RECORD YEAR FOR TWO years! strikes in O.S. COAL MINERS GET INCREASE1 Could Do No Work. Now Strong as a Man. Figures Just Compiled Show 3,108 Walk-Outs in 1916. MEN WIN IN MORE THAN 700 Chicago. 111. "For about two years I suffered from a female trouble bo I wa unable to walk or do any of my own work. I read about I ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound in the news papers and deter mined to try it. It brought almost im m'iiate relief. My weakness hag en tirely disappeared and I never had bet ter health. I weigh 165 pounds and am as strong as a man. I think money is well spent which pur chases Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Jos. O'Bkyax, 1755 Newport Ave., Chicago, 111. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's t Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unpM-ilIeled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam mation, ulceration, irregularities, peri odic pains, backache, bearing-down feel i...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 May 1917

W?7TPS THE OKLAHOMA MINER . DEMAND FOR TANL Big Laboratories at Dayton Unable to Supply Enormous Demand Capacity Increased to Thirty Thousand Bot tles Daily Dealers and Jobbers Clamoring for It Branch Plants to be Established Throughout United States and Canada. ALMOST I ( i TTJST toll the people to have a little patience and we will soon be able J to supply the demand for Tanlac." This was the message recently flashed from the offices of G. P. Willis, the Southern and 'Westorn distributor of Tanlac at Atlanta, Georgia. The message was sent out in response to the urgent telegrams, letter's 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 tlfc demand for Tanlac was greatly in excess of the supply. In n later statement Mr. Willis said: ''This condition was brought about not only by tat uiormous demand for Tanlac but by the congested condition of the railroads. "When I...

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. — 24 May 1917

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Carbon Note Wan Column.... 4 Mrs. Dave Tedrick and daugh ter, Miss Catherine, were Alder This column is for the use of the readers of this paper, free of charge. Come and ask about it NOW. t. Wto Ipa aaannniimtMiavt jcjiwuni,iii.iirwnmai-mmiiiiiiiwniniiwiij r B ! L ACRTCATn ASK FOR THIS M I I BOOK OF LATEST I ('I WALL PAPER II II' SAMPLES " I V AT OUR STORE ,11 ' IiW' I I TnAOC" " & Q Jfll ' MARK I ft,igi'nwnYMMwwf,'wiit-jjMn1ii'i i yii t iMtit " n 11 ' rr-rwirmrnumm ta ni 'lit 1Pt1WlftlrVtT,TT"" ANTRIM LUMBER COMPANY Phone 885. Krebs. Okla. F. E. Yale, Mgr. son visitors Wednesday. j Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Lindsay i are the prud owners of a new I Ford. i K. II. Holt and wife wore fn McAlester Wednesday. I Alex Chancy, of McAlester, was in Carbon Thursday. Walter John? is the proud 'owner of a now Chevrolet oar. Mnssrs Oscar and Dave Ted rick and Winchester Dickson have returned to Carbon after a weeks work on Coal Creek, hav ing complered thoir work on the Jeffer...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 February 1919

Y-d 7 V Vol. 7 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, February, 20 1919. Number 45 PRESIDENT WILSON, TO LAND IN BOSTON, Krebs, will also elect City Officers, this spring, Can you build a bulling? that -will help. Personals! i I II JH ill! o Misses Salomo Moussn and Hilda Kiple were in McAlester Sunday eeynlng. Alfred Smith, Alex Watson, Joh.i MoAlpin IloHcoe Willis and Paul nice nucnueii uie nance at mu uuo by theater Saturday evening. Sam Morley was here from McAl ester Sunday. J. A. Heathcock has received an appointment as delegate to the meet ing of the league of nations to bo held in St. Louis this month. C. C. Rosa was here from Ills farm north of town Saturday. Miss Christine Curlefto nnd Miss Margaret Silva spent Saturday after noon In McAlester. Silas Nail of High "Hill was hero Saturday. D. M. Allen is here from Henry .etta visiting his family. . Mrs. Clarence Walker and Mrs. William Patrick of Busby were In Krebs Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fowler of McAl ester spent Sunday he...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 February 1919

THE OKLAHOMA MINER rorrioi:ioio S c x BRIDE of BATTLE HUMP OUT A small bottle of "Danderine" keeps hair thick, strong, beautiful. 8 A Romance of the American Army Fighting on the Battlefields of France By VICTOR ROUSSEAU DANDRUFF IS Girls! Try this! Doubles beauty of your hair in a few moments. FOREWORD Intrigue, mystery, chival ry, love, feats of bravery on the field of honor all these elements are interwoven in this story, which has been well described as the first up-to-the-minute novel of America in the great war for humanity and world freedom. It is a gripping story of a man who "came back" rtiJ fought on the battlefieMi of Franco for the honor of the army that had discarded him. Victor Rousseau has written many excellent stories but none that excels "Bride of Battle." CHAPTER I. Llcutennnt Mark Wallace of Uio Seventieth New York regiment camo to on abrupt standstill. IIo was alone In the junglo, upon tho blazing hillside before Santiago, In tho month of June, 1808. Through tho...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 February 1919

int. OKLAHOMA MINER 4sJrJS5ff 8i i e hi r i i - v K JSTvA4 I mfil'' to BT rk mfm i .m&i tt ". i : , ? i Vi.i N .ar. f't.i' nnrai guv Slfc'Vj .! l' Mnnppy rhi! ring Clean, Comfortable Quarters for Hogs Worth While. FARMER'S CHANCE NOW HERE Removal of Government Restrictiono Enables Him to Constiuct Build ings That Are Badly Needed. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and sivo advice FRHrl OP COST on all subjects pertaining to tho bufcjeet of building work on the farm, for the readers of this paper. On account of his wine experleneo as L.mtor, Airhor nnd Manufacturer, ha la, without dovbt, tho highest authority on all those subjects. Addrasr all Inquiries to William A Rad fnid, No 3S27 Prairie avenue, Chicago, HI , and only Inclose three-cent stamp for reply. Tho farmer, who has been denied during tire last two years the new buildings the expansion of his business has required, will hall with saMsif ac tion his chance to put up that new barn, fcilo,...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 February 1919

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Calomel Users! Listen To Me! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Ymr druggist gives back tout money if it doesn't Urea tout liver and bowels and straighten you up -without making you sick. KULW CHANCE HERE Usa! Oaksaef aaafe 7 steik. Ifs hanaMs ! Tail dos of tn oaageroas rg tswlajK aaa ututetiw yvm mmj Wee a day's wart Oataaef U iictbt or 4lckrfhrr whack eaases aeeraMc of use booe. Crista L when tt eaaaes toto contact wttfi mv bile. crashes Into Ic breaking It so. Tals Is wbea yoa fel taai awfal atnswa and cramping, li 70a are slag Csa sad "an knocked ot. IT yoar aVer is torpid and bowels constipated r yaw bare headache, amines, coat fed latigae, 1 breath Is bad or stomach sear, just trr a spoonful of aarasleac Zaa's Liver Too toalgaL Here' my guarantee Go to any eras tort aad yet a bottle of Dodson's Liver Too for a lew cents. Take a 'sp&oofal aad If It doesn't straighten yoa right p aad make yoa fe4 fine I aad Tlgoroos I waat 700 to go back to tbe store aad get ...

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