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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MDDTCEVMNG MllSiA 0 Mdry Grahaiix HHP Nk Bower foL I 8PPSill6 N$ m The flavor digeSflOEl ! S lasts-and the & g electrically- package w k S I brines 4 $ to you with all its bBKfiiL 0 goodness perfect- fpiSf 1 y preserved. Wwi $$SSo$os. teSjS vk N CHEWING GUM r jjj VS VSXS!isyXyXvyy j W " Twi PERFECT GlIMrUH IWM 1 l II " (OpLiLTIMiie U5 SOLD POR KO YEARS. For NAURU. CHILLS and FEVER. The Easiest. "What Is the best way of getting hard cash?" "Working some soft thing." CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tails How to Get Quick Relief From Head-Colds. It's SplendidI In ono minute your clogged nostrils Will open, tho air passages of your hpad will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snullllng, blowing, headnchc, dryness. No strug gling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh will he gone. Get a small bottle of Ely's Crenm Balm from your druggist now. Apply a Uttlo of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream In your nostrils. It pen ertates through e...

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. — 8 April 1920

TheOlkahoma Miner PjjWI Er Tnjrjday Eta . tjJV.- l'H A member of the Oklahoma pr.. a-- at r. J A. HEATH-JO'. K. Prop Ja.. e Hathcock Pjb.jsher. Entered a -oM-Uws matter it the postof.ee at Krebs. OK.a i,t, Jilr :-. t rf March 3 lrcJ. Ml ADVERTISING wUI be ,un and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rale D.-oSay or p! ite 17-- pr.nch PWered 2 J cent?, per inch. 3,ri!e column each insertion. Iyca'.3, 5c per i.r.e single column fir-t insertion, 5c for each t:me r-c-ated. Pa?e adch. $15.50 Subscr.pt:on Pnce: One Year by rn.I - 2.00 4jnth - K00 Pi i Circulation Copjs A., t. Is-. lt13 Publisher LX?-2 rf"Ss36 i .. -c"" This p2perhas enlisted with the grTcmmcnt in the cause of America for the period of the war iVIEW OF CURRENT Sermars Protest They Cannot Surrender War Criminals for Trial by Arties. Y 60VEJifJMEHT WOULD FALL C-jncil f Ambassadors May Coo. t der Sam Modifications Gnat rII of Foreign Exchange Way Stop Exports Results of Viscount's Grey's Letter. E EDWARD V. PI...

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. — 8 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND SWAMP-ROOT Tor many years drugfrists hare watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medi an e. It la & physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening modi .cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad der do the work nature intended they herald do. Swamp-Root 1ms ntood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Bo mire to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this iltreat preparation fend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer fe Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sampje bottle. When writing bo sure and mention this paper. Adr. Consistency. "Tlmt speaker has such a halting de 'a ivory." "It mutches his lame argument." An excess of acid In the stomach ours the food, and starts fermentation. Distressing gases form. Your nieais don't digest but l...

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. — 8 April 1920

l I THE OKLAHOMA MINER Ttfl "VtnmnHttB" No. 1B13 I i'Mji fe VjBj3ffiiMtisK? I! ((?&' You Know 5$? MatleofSlmr mScirilesorertangeiln-1 1 binp thio phoi t Artist orfrttr effects derorot rS in relief Lay nni hip c-wtirs Simm i Piter 1 I re s d "-U I ItyiMle Comer I ockw V our ch nee of Pout le Wid h ndTwml Li uuitled in hoiy U" Decorative Colors nod Mahugin) Oak nd Ci t. &un V(.'nuh i n-t- Your Choice of a Dozen Charming Designs in Metal Beds 100KING at these beautiful new designs in her accustomed stoie, a women might wonder why no one has ever thought before to follow the accepted design principals in metal beds. The ti ouble in the past has been due to the limitations imposed by the oldstyle tubing. It cannot be work ed into the shapes. It is apt to be lough does not take the enamel smoothly. For years Simmons Company has been working on this pioblerh of betteiing metal bed designs. To accomplish what it was after such charming models as the "Florentine" design illustrated a...

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. — 15 April 1920

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more ihan 3.500. Poples, andth&x the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. 'T" ' ' ' ' ! KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, April 16th. 1920. Vol. 9 Number 9 A PHILIPPINE llf THE ROMANTIC IS! ANP3 or THE FAR : PART. FMP.T1 inr ntr Tiitin ma-t-iipiai MOT ,t3 BEAUTY AND HIUTOMl'c S'-OTi-.JE. - COMINQ A MECCA FOR A rUCULAH WIIN1 E.R & " M$. r, ' V 'v . '"' e x. ."t, i, .: . ii&r&I- & - "he Zigzag on the Way to Bagulo, TULSA GOES REPUBLICAN - Many Warm Contests In Oklahoma Municipal Elections. Tulsa. The entire republican ticket with the exception of Frank E. Dun J can, candidate for commissioner, was invert into oftlco here. II. F. ,N?w Mock, present democratic commission-; er, was re-elected. The sacccmful tick et -1b: T. D, Evan3, mayor, and O. A.' Sloiner. J. M. Adkinson, II. F. New-j block and C. S. Younkman, commis tloinvs. M.s. Frank Zanmn, repuo-Iji-'in andkhas for city auditor, won by fifteen votes. She was...

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. — 15 April 1920

- ' -: l k :-: v a v : BS23KEK IT A FAJULT mm mm Lift off Corns! r HEW 5,000 Hili BUiJHEIS Trsaii ' -"v awwaertrun1 I fAlRYTAJi Detank tun i : - i'd r. jwarat sn7 t cacg. i C7 xH!g At the Old Prices --. - i k:- T'na. it anrp-;ftl If frt f"fe i""iL.i iuHrf saws NA. J" rx 7, , i iVrS, aBffV aWwtn. jit fc c tss r iiw -.-wia Zk ?me"Mi 2ir? i fc- Tina " a"naawVt M JBHHBHH n aaaaa'awej' SW TIR ES ,S '"VafafsaPaBal ::-- i ti ta" nPLfS' o-niii -- Bagj r T r.l Til ' 'I i . , 'j-a i i-i' v 4 r if, vot ' 1 m- t 1 in1 lam Mrr, ,. a.. "n s x yaar w tng jq4 Best Imf SnSsi frkq; atxJH a-.Ti 4!2a j-m " ". ana as4 feaTr' ne " - - - tun tja ft faiaa!P,wiwT nt a tk Ttj am. . ! - . is tu' Tvt t. r i tmii i .a ? .H l 1 ' hi .f Vs 9ri ftf. ,-ra iraaa 19 i xaST Law 3 Mr re. irae! .... m Kinar.m ?sa. T ar -ae tram lara a ?ni Fr"r&e ? -jj a- Ska m a vtme far vunae ir erm & eg rag jaas vnwKuuvyf. wTaea I a g I ferr fel. -ia-twx -k ot aavwwar m i xnpurtf -r ne ' i rMB-rsociar sod aas as -v aa-jar is. ...

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. — 15 April 1920

"T"7wWr" -wr ' W1 ' THE OKLAHOMA MINER r- "$. y liPL "' i- ' " Z-- L iw i U i 3 1 ... !iS&$L h a--. - SL- -tsr. '& waff 77; e "Florentine" No. J 81 3 Your Choice of a Dozen Charming Designs in Mela! Beds 100KING at these beauhiul new designs in her accustomed store, a women might wonder why no one has ever thought before to follow the accepted design principals in metal beds. The trouble in the past has been due to the limitations imposed by the oldstyle tubing. It cannot be work ed into the shapes. It is apt to be rough does not take the enamel smoothly. For years Simmons Company has been working on this problem of bettering metal bed designs. To accomplish what it was after such charming models as the "Florentine" design illustrated above inTwin pair it had to invent a tubing that is truly seamless. The result is a bed that is square and trim free from joint, seam teage Ira and roughness. Beautifully smooth, so tint the enamel lies tight and evenly pll over - does not scra...

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. — 15 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER SiXOTC uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniniiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: The Devil's Own A Romance of Oeprrighl ? A. C. MtClurif M Co. iiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiir. CHAPTER XIII Continued. 14 "Whole cnbctMlle work In' like a charm." he milil, good hum wedly. "Thought onot the deputy might show U tigly. hut a quart o' -wi-eye sure ftxed him thnr's our parly a coiuln' hw. Ye're ter slay right whar ye ar.M They were advancing toward us up tU bank which sloped down toward tho creek. Rale moved forward to meet them across the little open space, and it monnnt later, from my hiding llc among the motionless horses I became able to distinguish the slowly Approaching figures. There were four lit the narty. apparently from the garb two mm and two women. The second roan might he the preacher, b...

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. — 15 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER WHEN BASEBALL GAME WAS PLAYED FOR FUN WOMEN BEAT OLD "HI" COST A Voioe From Sioux City, Iowa, mays f Worth Its'9 Weight In Gold i You cannot mistake the words of Mr. W. W. Northrup, of 908 Fourth Street, Sioux City, Iowa. lie is enthusiastic about his present health aud the merits of PE-RU-NA. and wants everyone to know it. Here is a ie cent letter from him : "PE-IIU-NA !i worth Itnrclchtln told nd hn some. I uied to think It only a wo man's remedy but hive chanted my mind. I had a couch, especially in tko moraine. After uilncr hall a Lottie ot rB-RU-NA nas much better. I would couch up chanl.3 of phloem and mucus, my eyes itched and both ered me. Judcinc from the symptoms then in youi almanac it was catarrh. My stomach kin much better condition since utlncyour medicine." "Use this testimonial, if you wish. Doa't hesitate to advertise the merits of PBRU-NA." (Sicned) V. W. NORTHRUP. There are thousands Just llko Mr. Northrup, skeptical at first but convinced by a ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 15 April 1920

a i: : E R U I II--'' rr OLD SOLDIER TESTIFIES TO WONDERFUL MERITS NUMBER 40 IN COKSlTPATK)fi STOMACH TROUBLE AND CATARRH i iv Emsm V V..- 12 " - r si td i t i r ; z - w J ft. ft r, i!i j xvr s.'"Vt la - aa " 1 1 a: I as rt to sW tiy sn.r ...- I ja- ti. a Mill Drug Co. wee WE BLX raise, ztA se f r-te. sifigr rabbits, and ether f -r-bea-r1? asimab. Lis: irhat .. ' n haTe Tr-tli isT 3tattn yoor !onFt pr i en '.arje &oC shipBienta. The Far L Specialty Farming- Co., Slo-517 N. P. Ave., Faro, N. D Kre - - cv ''rrA b jM ear .hty ccmfJt'! Flr ert of laad. ail fne4 aad !. iwaw, aa & sb4 wu of arod rtiec -. A&to.mtuz Hut tnj. &a4 fS takes it tf attW at onee 7. A. HiiUfcli, real estate, Kress, uc V. J. Hammer wa- n dam son tins week selfing out some of kts ireal estate w hich he has there J E. IXsr!? j1 this week wrainf ;r 'r WiFHurtor frot i-:ted ojr i'. ardns. J. A. Heathcock w---AJderson, Ada;i r., t. W. M. Phcbu-, chief of p. Ii , was attending court in Daruiit, last week....

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. — 15 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MANAGER MORAN WAS FIRST TO GET FLAGS FOR CINCINNATI REDS AND PHILADELPHIA Patrick J. Mornn. tlio onl man who ran t-hilin the distinction of lending tiuiig of two diuoront cities Into a woild's series, also has two oilier notable achievements to which he mav point I SALUTE "DODSON'S LIVER TONE" run rLU Xeep Your Liver Active, Your System Purified and Free Prom Colds by Taking Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Safe and Sure. Physicians and Druggists are advis ing their friends to keep their systems purified and their organs in perfect working order as a protection against the return of influenza. Thpy know that a clogged up system .and a lazy luer favor colds, influenza and serious complications. To cut short a cold overnight and to prevent serious complications take one -J""' Calotab at ueutime wnn a swallow of had i)Ppn roionwui i, ni,n i , , , , ter-that's all. No salts, no nausea, 01! . by Philadelphia and !: ., 0:-i,s -. crtJ 1 WPi...

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. — 15 April 1920

k- :rji "S-j-i.-Mtwi -i.'ef. fi! t T:.0 :.iM.-.;: WANT ADS M :r. V . r . :: rch 1H-2?, Apr. : f oki.!:o:: inty, .- :c r'.'it r- i i ar't.j-c "f m -C i !n"r ni Oc'ji '-;r.ty. '4'4 MrsM. A- Str.U, P.i A J " i . :ng tim;: loans. vs .- r. ;'.- .1 II. t.-'-l J"- -" suirc i ,v . - it-,j, ci ;. ""7r, ;, t J. T. St ration .. De: ?-? .';- r. AV . ' .J'ferA.rA 4 rat--'ai Hani fend&nt. J. T. . r. Y',-i -r- - .--.51 - ;.,. r,,.;. ... .;. - , V, - "i ':. f'':e a"""'- 'ir. T - " - - tHt. -? v ' , i-. , -'- -:jJ ty Mm. l'-, l - Ok fa. ;or & 0;'. - rce "- v g' Ab;-.r,'.r.:nt. tr ; r:CS of duty. end ; rj. t. -aj - Ei. -u - -v - ri- k-JV'.'T ri:t ;ir:--.. v.-m:t J a. H. - or Keff,r tbe 'Jrd iav f Xr-vs. 'tor . ,WI :-- -. v " . is k a! J.. A ?.'.::(- - ! - '- iC -if if! v. V- - - Thif xa&zt has enlisted wiflvthe venunent in the .cause of America for the period of the war- 2ND MISSION COfilES M i :ili?pines .- -n't- --- : - r lei"-'! ;--;:-.. J A Kea:!J M-.CK U C-. - By Marraret Gracly :". ...

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. — 22 April 1920

If JLJiiL 13 JLJlLL ONLY FaPR, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Poplcs, anM has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, April 22th. 1920. Number 10 How Would You Like to oj iorn a lcar as I No, reader, this corn was not grown by one of our local farmers! It wasn't grown In the United States, even. It was grown in the faroff Philippine Is lands by Filipino schoolboys. Two flue crops of corn a year are produced in the Islands. 1o Philippines are doing some won derful things In the agricultural line. The Philippine government has tine ag ricultural schools throughout the Is lands, and ihe Philippine Kvibiuuue, composed entirely of Filipinos, is each j ear making larger and larger appro priations for this important work. J he staple food of the islands is rice, but corn is coming right along in popu lar favor. Its use was given great im petus In the last year because of a rice usumjijuMMfcjai .mlaa'g-3 CURRENT bvKFiia ...

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. — 22 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER has m PAIN NOW OUTFIELDER LAMAR ACTS AS FATHER'S STENOGRAPHER DURING HIS "OFF TIME" What Lydia E. Ptnkham'a Vegetable Compound Did for Mrs. Warner. Onalaska, Wis, ' ' Every month I had roch pa 1" in my back and lower part oi sumach I could not he in bed. I suf fered so it seemed as though I would die, and I was not regular either. I m'fered for a year and was unfit to do my housework, could only wash dishes once in a while. I read an advertisement of whatLvdiaE. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound had done for other women and decided to try it. It rarely did woncers for me. I have bo pains now and I can do my house work without any trouble at all. I will always praise your medicine as I do not believe there is a doctor that can do as much good in female weakness, and you may use these facts as a testi monial. "Mrs. Lester E. Warxer, R. 1, Box 69. Onala&ka, Wis. The reason women write such letters to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. and tell their friends how they ...

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. — 22 April 1920

VWTWiW- ' T H E OKLAIIUma m i K s ' 1 I. ALEXANDER BERKMAN anri EMMA GOLDMAN, Deported by U. S Department of Jus tice as Leading Spirits in Communist Plots. M ml HL Ml Itilni Poison Propaganda to Russian A. E. F. Revealed by U. S. Secret Service. Extracts from parrphfets, published by the Lngli&h speaKing Communists ir Russia, and distributed among the American troops in the North now In the possession of the U. S Depart, meiit of Justice. "Comrades! Drop this dirty work Turn jour puns on jour real enemies the sum ten, uinl capitalists "Come with us In the fnr nobler struggle to establish the tilutnph ?f labor the wot Id ocr (binned) N. LCMN." "East nnd Contra! Curopo Is nflnme with the tovolt Tlu ixilnltlng class has in some countries fallen, and Id others are on the point of falling The dawn of the day of Labor's eiuau clpatlon has come 1" "Yon lime arms You Know how to use them Will 3 on, like slaes, u&e them in defense of jour master, or will j 011 use them to help jour ...

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. — 22 April 1920

WWB'SF?y,p, THE OKLAHOMA MINER fiHHmsHHHHHSSsaHBBaaHHHHSgaHsaHaEasaaiaH m 11 Jl Romance of the Black Hawk War ES m m J4 j- ..................................... .rr(.rrrrrfrrrrj.ffJ.J.jJff)ffrJ..rfrfri-frrrr-r--.. ........ ....... rf' H si rail If wm W m ra 2 mmmm n -P IIIHIIIII aYO W BBSi BSBBM FBsr aa' Baas " "Wits WUderaeM Wn rvtaj," etc J W EH l ILLUSTRATIONS BY IRWIN MYERS ? CHAPTER X Continued. i '3 "H . thsr ain't really jx manner rMc at til Yer don't even bar ter break the lav. (tr u 1 know, it's ' Jct ?oc far ter b don oa the dead . an' no questtoa asked. IH tcO yer all yer accd ter know. Tain': soeb & tone story. This yere Joe Kirby he's a fries' o mine; rv kaoWd klai a loa time, an' he's In a b of a ax. ' Here's bow It all happened : Thar was J oT punter linn' down in Mlssvury at a place called Beaocalre's Landln'. i Has name wo Beaacaire. an' be bed a ' son named Bert, a good-f er-nathiag me, I reckon. WaL this Bert ranned I swy a lone while aro, an' nerer ram j back...

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. — 22 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MI N E R ssna23raeaK3S3 For Infants and Children. flkJf ISwiiSP H IfflJFtf C"T k lt &T bhbhse mumm Wmmm m M mm war Htfcs. S r Ik k skikis??.. , B W& HI B-?Sp "'SpSLlH 4fcP r nKr fo Contents 15Tluid Praolmfl I j $MKVBh-j& HI MB Vs.urxfcJAaaawnBBiM5inR Ga?n i y. m msium u nv i - flu iiF- c t,,si' . -.-iljl MS!..isMEflBSi'iiKa,'5 hmim mmmwh jtl ko nsAiBm i- asiF 9aass-- safcMw wmimumumm ZKifc. mm $ mm nmrrrmti& -kmM. g&g-H J$ ' s si, rtfirSS'" M 1rTTi'i i m' 1 f tWTtiWWiJIHim i i mil 'jsjra pW I) STILLUVELY. IS&NFmr UI U5CD6ft j "Jst th,nk'" ' ' erry old USjgg- 'tiappy smiles, white I ' zzr- "Fo,'ty yonrs nK0 ' wna ilp 0mW feefti, 2ood appetites I sum." 'hirfHemL"1"" Igslij' vJ& &lf ?Sr b I yoU l,ont w-'nr lud but bands and $fjS?Sl f! Vi 'm MBlJ UlSbdUUiJa i socks ami Durst rortli m u college yen gBSSS? f 'Mr 19 ,lt cvery opportunity, but you own the iwli I W ln khU .. rnr aw U don't know of anybody who honks his fjwjaM? Jf ItS DenefltS are ...

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. — 22 April 1920

ini. s a. A .- TheOIkahorna Mincr Eitab&siieiApril. 12s&- 1911 A flseasber of the OiOaaoiEa ?awJs) A WW latum . A. HEATHCOCK. Pwp. Cad Heatbooea; PaWafcer. Catered as seeroi-claai aitttrr u ifaeportofieeat Krb. Okav hji.oala-t2e AstofMirdi 3 lft?. J ADVERTISING nB fee tm and chary: 3 far oti ar iqiedittumrinnrt. Aritssiasj g.nissi Display- or piate 17 periods Parfered 21 cents, per efc aagle eotoaiB each nsertaoo. Locals, 5c per Sue single eo&axta irst imertktt, 5e for ume repeated. Page aid, f 15.50 Sabseriptioa Pr.ee; ; Co Tear by mail - 2.00 Six Months - -1.00 Paid Cxreolatkm Copys Aagsa. 1st. 1915 Pabliaber - - This pxper h2S enbsted v-rith the gorrmmeni in the cause of America tor the period of the v,-ar HUNGER KNOWS HO ARMISTICE IN CAUCASUS CeteRd Hasiei Reports to Ha East P.efit on Desperate Heeds of Helpless. "? assy eosae 4sewbeift ta tbt wortd. ban baager knows bo armtstS la Ik Near East," says CotoaeJ ftU liass X Baakefl. Allied b!j comrafs fAas la the Trsos-C...

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. — 22 April 1920

A MOTHER'S EXPERIENCE Houston, Texas. "After tho advent o one of my babies my health became vcrj I was nervous and so weak I could jpoor, not do anything could not eat or Bleep, and was nothing short of a phy. .steal wreck when a friend advised me to try Dr. Pierce's Fuvo rite Pre ecr i p t i o n. I took several bot tles, but it was well worth it, for it completely restored me to good health. My ndvice to women who suffer is in gie 'Favorite Proscription' a trial, it will eure'v help them." Mrs. E. L. Browa, 2414 Freeman St. Pan Antonio, TexaB. "After a serious lllncs, when my strength seemed as though it would not como back to me, I decided to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as a tonic. I had seen it advertised and recommended bo highly that I felt I could not go far astray. This medicine did all for me that could be desired. It restored mo to perfect health and strength in a comparatively short time, and I am just as strong and well as can be. 'Favorite Prescription' is spl...

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. — 22 April 1920

"HpUi'liUW 11 .THE OKLAHUMii m x w & K A FOOL AT 40 Tt Is an old proverb tliat every man is cither a fool or a plrysicinn nt 10. Well, 1 fooled along for 40 years in the practice of pharmacy and the study of medicine and therapeutics before I discovered the wonderful Srcscription for Number -10 For The Mood. There is more of this won derful prescription sold and used by the citizens of our home city than nil other blood medicines combined. It is indicated in nil depraved con ditions of the system. In blood troubles, in sores, ulcers, eczema and ekin diseases. In chronic rheuma tism, catarrh, constitution, fatomach, kidney and liver troubles. J. C. Men denhall, 10 years a druujjist. Houston, f eas, Jan. 22, 11)10. J. C. ATcnilenlinll, Kvansville, Ind. Dear Sir: "Ilnvini: Buffered from 12 to IS months with a nervous breakdown, Millwee Drug Co. W. J. Hammers is in Texas oil fields this week winding up some of his business there. J. J. Brown, who has been in Hot Springs, Ark., for t...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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