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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

KaMa"" .i Vol. 2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1913 Number 5. rO" BflH w HRflfil wwB HHB HRN 11 flMMH J! The Election ' The city el action held in Krebs last Tuesday passed off in rather a ' quiet fashion. Although some , surprises were sprung, we are , of the opinion that everybody is reasonably well satisfied and the town will rock along as usual. Mayor Otterson was re-elected mayor over Nixon, socialist by a vote of 147 to 128. Chief of Police "Billy ' Flesh- at about 1 1-2 miles below the t the switch he intended them for, er had no trouble in walking crossing on Brushy Creek be- thereby blocking all means of away with the "grapes" in hisltween Krebs and Adamson ! escape and the loaded cars fall race for this office by a vote of I this morning (Friday) by J. ing all over him. It is the gen 178 to 95. He led the ticket in W. Sparkman the Adamson live- wal supposition that death re both the primary and general ryman and party of searchers, suited almost instantly as he was e...

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. — 3 April 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE, Editor B. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. KREI3S, . OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES In tho local mnrkot roportR at Black well, tho price of old roosters 1b quot ed nt 4 cents. Postmnstor Datloy has Issued an order prohibiting Bmoklng In tho post ofTico at Edmond. William Peterson has resigned na. city attorney at Woodward, and has moved to Guthrie. ' It Is announced that work will soon Btnrt on' tho construction of a feed mill and elevator at Bartlosvillo. Sam DownB, clerk In a drug store at Blue, has been arrested on a charge of violating tho prohibition laws of tho state. Ho la accused of selling elder. The jury In the district court at Pawhuska In tho case of tho Stnto vs. CheBtor Graham, charged with killing Oscar Sears, returned a verdict of not guilty. The 'executive committee of tho Bryan County Sunday School asuocla tlon has selected Durant bb the placo, and May 23-24 as tho dates for hold ing the fifth annual convention this year. Since the noon train Bervlc...

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. — 3 April 1913

5? t " & ' l FT--t . &9 8 a. -. IJ&'V. i. i -JJ Is? Ft? ' f5 , Us , - B a 3Z2E 31 3 car H! Walter Mcllor has resigned his 8 I nral Npwq Item niposition with the 0silgc Coal of' U L.ocai iNews items U'fift wnifiino -, v?n,i0 i in Krebs who wish him well. 3 EXE 3E 3X311 Peaches are not this section. all killed in Thanks to Constable Douglass for favors this week. , We still insist that a monthly sales day for Krebs will be a good thing. The atmosphere is somewhat different from this date last week. Agent Settles mourns the loss of his fine-jersey cow this morn ing, she died of hydrophobia. Joe Michael is among our new subscribers this week; he also places a nice order for printing. D. Pace, our reliable photo grapher hands us a nice order for printing this week, Keep your work at home and patronize a home photographer. Treasurer-elect Frank Dale is among the new subscribers to the Miner this week. The people of Krebs can rest assured that the city finances will be handled ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

OILY MDONMD A TALL Of IDE KKONHEfc By L tejuBBWr- " 2 8YN0P8IS. MaJo McDonald commanding an army post near Kort Dodge Sf-eks a man to Intercept hU daughter, Molly, who Is hoaded for the pott An Indian outbreak la threatened. CHAPTER II Continued. "No! Oh, of courao not Nothing that goes on out hero ever drifts eaBt of tho Missouri. Lord! Wo might as well bo serving a 'foreign country. Well, liston: I waB at Waahlta then, and had tho story first hand. Dugan was a lieutenant in 'D' Troop, out with his first Independent command feooullng along tho Canadian. IIo know as much about IndianB as a cow doos of music. Ono morning tho young idiot loft camp with only ono trooper along Hamlin horo and he was nr'rookio,' to follow up what look ed llko a fresh trail. Two hours later tJbiy rodo slap into a war party, and the fracas was on. Dugan got a ball through tho body at tho firat flro that paralyzod him Ho wns conscious, but couldn't move. Tho rest was up to Hamlin. You ought to have heard Du...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

&. s '""V yf5" It. ; ! r?. M ?-. IK.' (?- ' OMAHA FIGURES CYCLONE'S TOLL HOMELESS ARE GIVEN COMFORT?! ABLE QUARTRS; NONE GO HUNGRY. STREETS ARE ABOUT CLEARED Work of Reconstruction Calls For Wealth and Labor. No Advance In Food Prices. Omaha, Nob. Lives lost, 116; BerlouBly wounded, 322; slightly wounded, not less than 1,000. fr Amputations necessary, 16. Houses totally detsroyed, 822; homes partly wrecked, 2,100. Property loss, ?7,500,000. 4 Dead In surrounding towns, B9; Injured, 150. Proporty loss, $1,000,000. Number of faralllos fed In Omaha, 733. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, completed Its flrflt week of tornado relief work after the big cyclone passed through the city with every family rendered homeless In fairly comfortable places and every m'outh fed. Four hundred military tents arrived tfrom the army supply depot at St. 1 Louis and wore distributed among SCENE AT LAKE AND TWENTY-FOURTH STREET, OMAHA those who have not yet secured homes. Many of these have been sot up in Bemls park...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

The Oklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday JH7DLKY K. IIUKLL Attorney at Law KREBS and M'ALESTER K Have You Seen Our "" MeAlester Office Over American fd noYLK .... ciuor' National Bank. n a marcum """"' phones 982 & 897-1 and 2 Rings Entered as second-class matter hook; hu ahull trnimcribe into tho at the poatollice at Krbs, Okia- I official ordinance book of tins city homa, under the Ac f March 3, ' nn ordinancoH and laws or the city 1H79. j in form and manner a8 provldod In ' tlif alntutOH of tho Stato of Oklahoma Subscription Price; I h ahull Ibmiu promptly on tho last One Year Six Months $1.00 ('ay "' 0U('n ,,lol,lM a" warrants for fiOc''"' l"iy,m3,lt r HlarIos of city of- llcurH for tho month thou onding, in - "" '" amounts as llxud by city ordinances THURSDAY APRIL 3, 1913. 'n'1 Immediately pieiuni such war- p-- rnnls to tno mayor lor signature and OUIilXANCK NolTl' "lProl and to tho city treasurer for registration, and dallwjr tho same An Ordinance II- latin to tho Of- ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

MlIBNAnONAL SIMM'S C Lesson (By E. O SEInUS, Director of Even lng Department Tho Moody Blblo In stltuto of Chicago ) LESSON FOR APRIL 6 JACOB AND ESAU. LESSON TEXT-3on. 27:22-S4 GOLDEN TEXT "Jehovnh Is a God of Judgment; blessed aro nil they that wall; for him." Isa. 30:18. Jacob Is ono of tho great flguroa presented to us In (Jio book of Gene sis. His birth and purchase of tho birthright aro recorded In Chapter 25, and In chapter 27 wo havo presented his great sin. It Is absolutely necessary to read carefully all of this chapter beforo "wo can properly present this lesson. Moses did not record Jacob's decep tion because he commended it, but rather as a warning to all who read and ponder theroon. The Blblo spreads beforo us tho sins of Qod'a people as well as their virtues, which ought to bo a comforting thought to us all, who aro sinners "saved by graco." I. Tho Deceit, w. 22-29. Lying, du plicity, profanity, and compounded felony, are presented In the prelimi nary Verses to that s...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 3 April 1913

3 "7s J UNWUKTAKING Phone 202, Day or Night Millwee-Schade Company, Inc. M cAIe sicr w Oklahoma TAL WILLWEE, Pres. LYNN BOYD, Vice Pres. C. T. SCHADE, Funeral Director MiSS JENNNIE FAWCETT, Lady Assisiant Prompt attention and satisfactory service guaranteed. Picture framing and enlarging a specialty. We sell for cash or credit. Krebs Lumber Co., Agts. . onniXAXcu xo. ito An Ordinance lteltiting; ( (lie Com pensation of the City Miii-sluil, Tho ssistan( Citj .Marshal, am) City I'olkmoii nt the fitj of Krebs, to the Hernial inn ami Conduct of the Police Depjutment, and Declaring an Emergency. HE IT OUDAIXK1) UV THE MAVOH AXD COUXCIIjMKX OF THE CITV OF Kit EDS Seq J. All ordinances of me city of Krobs fixing or providing for tlio salary, pay or compensation of the City Marshal," tho Assistant City Marshal, and the policoniyn of the City of Krebs are hereby repenled, to take effect on the first Mondaj in lay, J 013. Sec. 2. On the first Monday in May, Jl)13,or fit the first jneeting of ...

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

,)jZ Ljt -)- etCT &?: "TfT Vol.2 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913 Number 6. V a . , k & . K ft- kr i What Profit You. The City hotel, a frame struc ture in Wilburton was complete ly desroyed by fire at 5 o'clock Wednesday morning'. E. W. Wi throw of Oklahoma City was burned to death and M. C. Col lins of Lake Charles, La., was badly burned about the face and body and is in a .critical condi tion. He was engaged to Miss Ella Kilpatrick of Wilburton and was to have been married today. His life was probably saved by jumping from a second story window, taking sash, glass and all. He was considerably bruised by the fall and was taken to the home of Mr. Kilpatrick in Wilburton and at present is rest ing as well as possible under the circumstances. Withrow was a real estate dealer from Oklahoma City and was in Wilburton looking up a loca tion for a hotel. The fire was supposed to have smarted by using oil in starting the kitchen fire. With' ow was by the smoke and dfeed co...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 April 1913

T"r' -- " r THE REA80M. THE OKLAHOMA MINER. ED BOYLE, Editor D. A. MARCUM, Bus. Mgr. KREDS, OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA NEWS NOIES Now Bconory hns been Installed In tho high hcIiqoI auditorium at Ponca City. Quito a fow hnndflomo buildings nro In courfio of construction at Idsbel, McCurtnin county. Rev. 13. D. Cameron of Muskoeee dedlcntod tho now plpo organ in Iho First Haptlat church at Okmulgo. The now Ilock Island depot at Hol (lenvlllo has boon completed and is now in use. It Is said to be a beauty. A now flog Htaff with a bright now Amorlcan flag has been placed on top of tho federal building at Kingfisher. Tho brlcklayora have finished their work on the now Uaptist church at Sa pulpa and now the carpentors are on the job. Thero are at present eighty ma chines In Carter county, and now ones aro bolng purchased at tho rate of two oach wook. ' Hallway officials have taken up with Porry business men the matter of oroctlng a now $24,000 Santa Fe depoUnt that placo. Grady county residents ar...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 10 April 1913

The Oklahoma Miner "SB jTpSsJished Every Thursday DUDLEY B. iHTKLl. Attorney at Law KREBS and M'ALESTER ED. BOYLE B. A. MARCUM Editor Dutincu Manager lt- Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at.Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3, 1879. I Subscription Price; One Year - - - $1.00 Six Months 50c THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1913. Mileage Bill. McAlester Office Over American National Bank. Phones 982 & 897-1 and 2 Rings Poor woman nlone (o whoso lot fid lb the difficult business of organizing the household, has, until lately, been left to "muddle through" without , any instruction, and has, in conse l quence, often suffered harassing fail ures in her special domestic domain." 1 And the JIahnrani suggests the nd I visability of Hindu women emulating their English sisters in an effort to I introduce method and scientific man agement into "home aflairs." You Seen Our Line of t i The senate Wednesday after-1 noon repassed over Governor Cruce's veto the bill carrying an ' appro...

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

FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS Are Richest la Curative OualKi i fOn BACKACHK, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEYS and BLADDER SPUR FARM LANDS Tbe homseking farmer UMally pays froso three to five dollars per acre in coounitMOM, although he may ootroahre it Spar Farm Laads are being sold direct by tbe owners, o from us you get every dollar of valae. Splendid crops raided without Imgatwa. We alto offer spteadid grazing tract writ able for sock farms aad small rasch tracts one section to fifty, from $5 per acre tip. Cooatderisg the reliable production of tbe bind, price are lowest in Wpst Texas. Perfect titl Terms oae-lifthdowabelaact x, 2, 3, 4. 5, and 0 yars payable, however, nay time Write or free iUuttrattd booklet. C. A. JONES, Manager, for S. M. SWENSON & SON, Spur, Texas What a woman doecn't know about a neighbor la just what she wants to find out Cures Old bores, OtliriUruKll;fuH'tOuro 1 be wont swi jiv mttr f huw 1m- stattflar, ar aurtrf itj tf warral. vW rettaai I IVrvr ABUstU llaJJg LN1 KeUre pals a ...

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

MUSKOGEE FAIR BILL DIES CHIEF EXECUTIVE GIVES REA- srtNft POP paii lln TO APPROVE MEASURE. Oklahoma City. Gov. Cruco did not jign tho Muskogee fair bill. As a re- suit, tho measure died a natural death on the Btroko of 12 o'clock midnight, April l! In permitting this bill to die, Gov ernor Cruco declared That to him It was far moro objectionable than a similar measuro passed by tho legis lature two years ago. As tho regular session of tue legislature has gone into history and no longer exists legal ly, the governor was not required to oxplain his veto to tho legislators now In extraordinary session. For the pur pose of explaining his attltudo In every particular, however, Governor Cruco prepared a lengthy message to the people of Oklahoma. Here is what he had to Bay concern ing tho Muskogeo fair bill: "Two years ago I vetoed a bill that had for Its purpose the establishment of a stato fair at Muskogeo. At that tlmo I expressed my opposition to tho bill to bo that I wns opposed to 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. — 10 April 1913

If 3C2C 3E3E D Local News Items a IJzaai ir lardJ Mrs. Wm. Church who wu op erated on st All Saints hospital MeAleater Monday, is reported as getting along very nicely. Lovely April weather we don't think. Garden sass is coming along nicely. The ice man was given the cold shoulder to day. Miss Gertrude Fee was on the sick list this week. Miss Clara Jones, of Clifton Springs, Cal.. who has been a guest of her brother Col. Ed. Jones for the past month, leftto day for Los Angles, .Cal. We offer apologies' to- W. T. Williams in stating in last issue that he was a socialist. W. T. ' is a democrat and was elected as a member of the school board from the first ward. composed of young fellows under 18 years of age has been organ ised with Mack Hamilton as cap tain and manager. They are open for games with any team in Pittsburg county of their ago. Following compose the team: Mack Hamilton, 'pitcher, "Red" Andrews catcher, S. Stizza 1st base, Chas. Barry 2nd base, K. ' Pemberton 3rd base, Jn...

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 April 1913

1 1IJf ' SfficsJ V BrHhI bHb bHb flnl bHh y Vol 2 KREBS, OKLAHOIVA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913 Number 7. 1 r? i lmr UdlllUIUlg Bill Signed Benefit Ball. Oklahoma City, April 15th. Gov. Cruce signed the anti-gambling bill late Monday, after be ing photographed with a group in his private office. The bill does not carry the emergency clause, consequently it will not become effective until July 14. The chief features of it are that it is made a felony to operate a gambling game, whether by own er or employee; misdemeanor to play at a gambling game, mis demeanor to operate a slot ma chine or to permit the shaking of dice, as is now the custom in hotels and cigar stores. Civy penalties are provided against property owners, and the evi dence of an accomplice may be used to convict a principal. Start the Sales Day. Will F. Davis, who has been a sufferer from acute rheumatism, was taken to Mercy hospital last Thursday and by Sunday was so much improved that he was able with a cane to walk to ...

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 April 1913

THE OKLAHOMA MINER. . D &OVLE ErfHtr 0. A. MAACUV Smt- Mflr. XKBKL. '(KLATfOXX OKLAHOMA NEWS ROTES TV PttUftwg Cmsty ruwrf bs stttate at Uttt week ia Herfafcore Th rr JrsvWr1flus etarcfc at Al te ntsWIr assartac fplftem. Fx ettr bmJI Arttrcrf vOI t mmtmtximA at Mam oa April It r. x. smm win iwete ersca of a krtek MMteg o Mate rts te tomUtti te a mot Imbnr. Vf the iret tteM wfiate tfc jwat tir rr, every balldtes asvmmi te Htmw Mi Arid te ocevptod. Tw - bMct Tela -win ke its irat nariat ran aawat mater tae 4mhj4m of Use fates. Jockay daa. WHa UM arrival of two oUrillte outfits it too Mfce aaaiaiaa te dw oil vm -wia atek w at Oathria rlgfct Xrs, Jfaacr Jaaa ftwaaoay. W years, wax fejfte iactaaitj van taowa trom a baggy te a raaawar la Tatea. Fir of aakao-vra otigfa destroyed tevar&l atwrteaaa aoaaaa aad contests M Gnary, aatsJlteg loaaaa tatlawitad .V- 9jm. Paala Valley will vote oa a boad mv e of l.W0 wtek which te jae seme aaaiad tetarorewaaaU oa ta Jxe school. The window frm...

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 April 1913

3E HE3E Miss Sadie Sbsley who is teach- Robt. Simpson and wife of1 ing at Kiowa spent Saturday and Nowata, Okla., are guesls this Sunday with her mother Mrs. H. week of Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Rus Bosley. sen. inL Q Local News Items D 3E3EJ E3E 3C 3E3E r- itf Robt. Watson is visiting in Coalgate. Paul Saffa-is on the sick list this week. Mr?. Jas. McGennis and daugh ters Mary and Florence and Miss Kate McCann spent Sunday in McAlester. Joe Dennehy of McAlester was here Sunday evening. Mrs. Letha Hutchison was in McAlester Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Becker of Mc Alester was here Tuesday. Fred Smith and Earl Cole -of Manning were here Tuesday, Charley Naylor of McAlester was here Sunday on business. Miss Florence Naughton was in Manning Monday evening. Chief of police Flesher was in McAlester on business Monday. Alfred and Kirtley Pemberton, Lowell Turner, Lynn Boyd, and Earnest Carnes attended Sunday School in McAlester Sunday 'last at 1:30. morning. Judge Rice and Harry Hokey are home from th...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 April 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 April 1913

B;. LilG COST 15 HIT NEW DEMOCRATIC TARIFF BILL PLACES RAW WOOL ON FREE LIST. REVENUE IS CUT $80,000,000 Sugar Duty Is Heavily Reduced All IncomcB from $4,000 Up Taxed Underwood 8ays Revenuo Will Aid Legitimate Competition. Washington, D. C, April 8. Carry ing sweeping reductions in ovcry schedule of the tariff law except to bacco and spirits, schedules of the Democratic tariff rovlslou bill waB in troduced in the houso by Chairman Underwood of the house wayB and means committee. It was automatic ally referred to tho committee, by which it will be reported to the houBO within aoveral dayB. Several articles of food and clothing classed as neces saries of life are placed on tho free liBt or greatly i educed in duties. Ac companying the bill 1b an incomo tax on all Incomes of $4,000 a year or over. The bill will tako effect the day after tho president signs It Tho main features of the bill are: Sugar would bo froo of duty In 191(5, the bill proposing an immediate 525 per cent, reductio...

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 April 1913

TheOkkhoma Miner' mrmjrr b. bchu. '" " AuMitty at Law j j- q . f , , " J krei. and molester riave Y ou been Uur '4i n lNew JLme or . . . . . MeA tester Office Over Ameneaft - Nation Bank. mkw Phones S2 4 7-1 and 2 Rings N s . A. Maxwell & Co's, Knter! m itctxA-ftom matter The ux ferret u after soose erf the poatafliee at Krebs. Ok a- the tax dodgers in the western j 'j w the Art of March 3, counties of the state. The east? ' side is not exempt by any means. Subscription Price; 1 irxf Year -. r Months IKURSDAY AFitIL 17.1013. Legislative New. H the second page ef this h - will be found a full and com I'lcte report of the work done by mr present legislature new lawn, resolution and appropruv tioni. All laws with the gov ernor's approval are briefly enu-. mrated. Those with the Emer gency attached will become ef ffcUvd at once, all other go in to effect ninety days later. One lady held her nost while - $ peering the Miner office yester-1 &K day-not frown any fume emf! , nati ng...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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