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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 April 1920

1, I t m b . m i iw w. ONLY PAPER ix tUn rirv - P- . """-th-n S.J.Popljs.aivlat'i'.Mj.-t.?!-: "-cMr. ' " v....- ., r., ifol. 9 "' . -.,-... 7 7 - " -l r " J ',- t-JC Cily, of.-! id. KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, Ap.il 20th, 1020. ' ORpiMriEPlo. 131 ' ' c 1 T . An Qrdba ics Pi-rv.-i !' ttljfcry Rfcifulatbm Li V:. . torrSurrcv-nding ti."d City. .-3l3it 0-Ji"iM '. r, . i Krebsin tha Su . Sec. 1 Wlia:o-i1 ti '. - epfie'n.3 jf o-t. i ;;!.,; tha aij.i n i i , , i : ) , , , . . , , ty Ot" ffi, s i;i . ., , . alid irwe, Aica . , ; . . B; vtV: u .' i u t jii i Tfi.v : i -j . ) . .' n ) : i 'ri- Li- i ,. K ' , i i rii r ' ; . v i X " . "i ' Cl'.'; i ! . ' ii.) ' W M .' . W . I 1 A1"- . . -' - c Pf.U:3Knem Of fa- mmR Number 11 vvl , vn .v.-n oi 0. r, T.i n mr- .i a .'."" sfV'ffvsm v ii.uwj . f , vj iv4wafw usaooat . "In fin tin n ia i if1 )" -CL 1 .- . ' . Briij. Cen. Hnrry W. Pentecost, com mander of the infantry bvJrade of the Oklahoma National Guard, seveied hid Tho c:l;ninal court of ap;. uls...

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. — 29 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER r qiootetao geeee"C 999 e'fe'CaQ'O ' Devil's Own JR oftht omnsrc: oj Bl GCPtiG urk H cr Z Sy RANDALL PASR15K C"erAMet''"JIt Va 3ncmi" XiDEjtAXaS Tt KV OTSSi O to. ChA?TS X- y Br v&bvtmL wrrr Mjl A ? HJ M Stek ri mt Ti- a-sA. m Aw- nj te. mi iilrg ant umjtoh ar IWmJaiuu ff uj ktctrwarC a- w a Mt imftit "rr Ola kiMas "t wtda naj tUH ym cat i ay pto ftr nr a aw rttfittj. "Vr fea6dkqp tart "i t aa na. waj aas hw at r mj Caar SCT3 aa saw atflrMxa aiawt Is J !taa M mat M iwe. uaat rat? aft raoc awar. tW ek d fajfeaw J imm rwa r taar ewdt fr jwr isi wa aaa jk a aav a yme fee. Tn tJtey ai jcraasat ioa jifn aa I redbaa ctoy fecctoi x axknaau -aaat. ' 1 laai 1 tj -wwar-a toe ajto. tor I to trarts 3t e eraaV B ae taoft af ttoark oaaetaaac w t MB aa(BL jSuarntc sawrd A strts. ual Vrwuraar bat Tr&. 1 aa err 4-xx Snr-d. aa rkaa. r mat laii Sax Ttoai rd dews aaaraTr oa 5w la&irr-a baeJL Cnac aa tto tamtor. iaf r iar Kto aar ;at -ay aat- Scx oa. oat 1 aatd aaSeraeTr 1...

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. — 29 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA 1V1 1 IN ii 1 YEARS CATARRH AND STOMACH TROUBLE SINCE TAKING NO. 40 FEELS FINE Gary, Ind., April 25, 1010 "I Buffered for over three years with chronic rheumatism, catarrh, eonsti jialion, stomach trouble, bad blood, nervous spells, aching limbs, f,0 I could not sleep. Saw nn advertise ment in the daily paper about Men dcnhall's Number !() For The Blood Thought I would gie it a ti ml. Al tho I was discouiagcd, as I had doc tored with a number of physicians and tried numerous medicine's with out receiving any benefit. I hae taken but two bottles of Number -10. Can cat anything I want without fear and am not near so nervous and am feeling fine. T am now staituig on my third bottle. Mrs. Goslino llaincy, 2270 Jefferson St." 40 is demanded in female irregularities, In Millwee Drug Co. George Keller of Gowen was visiting here Sunday evening. Loyd Shears of Hailey ville was here Saturday evening. Now is the time to talk Cotton gin Krebs should have one bo all mean. The City o...

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. — 29 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER SICK? BILIOUS? COME LISTEN! POULTRY TACTS Dctf't Mwaszsie or Sifrrate Yourself --fi5a Htxy Cafcsaiil ! JLJ-3lN.L J Jahe "Doisoo's Urtr Tone" iasfead i puaraa-rK piy k 0LL7RY JTwKiSPImilta MMHHHBHHHHHHHUKa "&wi Utk daaeervas Oalooxd fegaistf "ltawo' Ur 1W" wlU trt yBr Htt aod qoicidy rid yoa tf ail mbvries of coustipanofi and tfftlMUKieft : .) tf- LedbCL xrl es bad breast saiivwit- ai3 sVjtn rt dls rt-ss g.- A.''M) i"kiir Urates jr-4 !', J.e bvoes f-nroif yv rlf0,h'uK T. -r Ivo' ;- !rt substitute lor Calomel cod if m i plBRat acid harmless you can tf give it iv children. I: doesst stakes you w shake you aI3 op. A. large bot- ! tie ewsu torn s few cents at your drug rifs Ltvin'jv 1 Lv,er Tone Is pratr tu'tx! u i.r bew tix. Ofci'iaiel or , ''jc gt? yyur m'u-j- back. 2s' & srgtj- 5orw3nt Conineta y Cs 4uc ttatiwi Wttti Ftocki srf LapneraL. SSttt tb ralw of purei'-- n.t es njMiuto meek b poultry -l f :r 1- to ek rlrti? to Ai"Ti .T -i T? arte f three flock of Le...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 29 April 1920

Fad "mi" UK rlu eep Your Liver Actlvo, Your Systran Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, tho Nausealcss Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Saf o and Sure. Physicians nnd Druggists tiro advis ing their friends to keep their systems purified and thoir organs in perfect working order na a protection against tho return of influenza. They know that a cloggod up system nnd a la7y livor favor colds, influonza and serious complications. To cut short a cold overnight and to Erevent sorious complications tako ono alotab at bcdtlmo with a swallow of water that's all. No salts, no nausea, no griping, no sickening after effects. Next morning your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is puri fied nnd refreshed nnd you are feoling jGno with a hearty appctito for break fast. . Eat what you please no danger. Calotabs aro sold only in original aealod packages, price thirty-fivo cents. Every druggist is authorized to refund your monoy if you aro not perfectly delighted ...

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. — 29 April 1920

THE O K L A II U M a miwjiK TheOlkahoma Miner Pd'olisSJ Evefy Thursday Established; April. 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J. A. HEATHCOCK, Prop. CaiHe Ueathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okia- rnma. under the Act of March 3 IS79. Ml ADVERTISING will be ,un and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 17c perinch Perfered 20 cents, per inch. s:ngle column each insertion. Locals, oc per line single column first insertion, 5c for each time repeated. Page adds, $15.50 .QiilicnrinHnn Pt irt uuuavlT..... ..v?4t One Year by mail - ftS&QO Six Months 1.00 Paid Circulation ...py8 August. 1st. 1919 Publisher - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war - . CURRENT EV League of Nations Is Born but United States and Other Nations Are Absent. BLOODY RIOTS IN BERLIN Communists Attempt to Start a Revo lution Poland Needs Help to Re pel Bolshev...

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. — 29 April 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER WOMEN! DYE IT AND SEE! Instead of Buying, Add Years of Wear to Old, Faded Garments with "Diamond Dyes" Fun i light high Irving costs with "Diamond Dyes. Perfect results ore sure, no matter if your old npparcl bo wool or silk; linen cotton or mixed goods. ' "Diamond Dyes" are guaranteed to g1 a nw. r .", ""' "" i "uuutMireBfles, gingnams, atm. uiouHus, BiocKinyi, sKirts, aweators, children' mu draperica, everything I ' The Direction Book In package tells plainly hw U din uond-dyp over any color You can not' make a mistake. To match material, have druggist show you Diamond Dye" Color Card. Accept no Ruhntitnte' () Jp r ' Jf J MJMRW m (cfr ffltato MOTHER! California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative In 1930. "I want to buy u lmttloshlp," said the Indy secrctury of the navy. "Well?" "I wonder If I could got the chair woman of the naval committee Inter ested?" "Ask her to go battleship shopping with you." Louisville Courier-Journal. 8tato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lu...

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. — 29 April 1920

T H Jfi U K i, A H u ivi 00 You Know These Tires Will Not Skid There's a sense of security in motoring with the unusually non-skid Horse-Shoe Cord Tire. You know your tires will not skid even when you turn corners at 20 miles an hour on wet and slippery pavements. Each little shoe in the Horse-Shoe tread forms a near-vacuum that takes hold of the road with a stubborn grip which is as effectively anti-skid as tire chains. Then there is the satisfaction of knowing that the wider tread of this tire gives longer life by wearing down sjowly and evenly, making your tire post-per-mile surprisingly low. We shall be glad to prove to you by actual tests why the Horse-Shoe Tire is the safest and most economical tire local motorists can buy. fr- mm 1 1 1 nn u w n i "'i ' "i rr i -- i i i ,;? msL'rj( v re ' l - "Swiff sPrenmmi" Bacon lor Breakfast The old-fashioned, sweet, savory kind that is ciisp and fine-flavored. Wc have just received a fresh supply. Fresh and Salt meats, Sauseand Relishes, ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 6 May 1920

ITIW WSb r-n f - t p- r r rv ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Pople. mv-1 has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. je Vol. 0 ORDINANCE NO. 131 " Second Notice An Ordinance Providing For. The Establishment Of Sa rnitary Regulations In Ths City Of Krebs And The Terit Qry Surrounding Said Cily. Be it Ordained by the Mayor ancrCouncilmen of the City of KreWin the Statef Oklahoma; Sec. 1 Whereas grave danger exists in the City of Krebs of an epidemicof contagious diseases by reason of unsanitary conditions tho aia.irn ilation in tho stra Jti an.l alleys and on private proper ty of waach, stnmant water, malaria and typhoid brewing turf and injects, filth and dirt. B virtua of tha aitrnrity ve3tc:l in ma by the, constitution an:l Luvj ofth-i St its of Oklatnmi,. and pursuant to an Ordina 1123 d. tie pvmd by ths Mayor and C'oiin'cilrrym''of the City of Krebs, in the county of Pittsburg, in tho State of Oklahoma'at a regalar rmeting thsrajt h...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 6 May 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER :& The llevi mm, Wmim HwffBBr rWWl COPyWOHT 0 CHAPTER XIV Continued. 15 "They must hnvo said much to de volve you," nnd I bent forward to touch her hand. "See, I um very much nllve. Let me tell you thnt will be the quick est wny to understand. In the first plnce I did not drown when the boat was smashed, but was rendered help less nnd borno nway on the water. The Adventurer rescued me nbout doyllght the next morning, nnd I was no sooner on bonrd than I was told how the keel boat had been run down below on the river during the night nnd that your party had nil been saved two white men and two negrcss slnves. Of course, I knew you must be one of them." "Then then we were nctually to gether, on the same boat, nil the way up here?" "Yes; I tried hnrd to find where you were concealed on bonrd, but failed. Klrby guarded you with grent enru from all observation. Do you know why?" "Yes," she nnswered, as though forc ing herself to speak. "I do know now. I thought I kn...

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. — 6 May 1920

THE OKLAHUMA iu i if k jJieOlkahoma Miner Publish si Evary Thursday Establi'shedJApril, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J. A. HEATIICOOK, Prop. Cailie Ueathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the poslofliee at Krebs, Okla homa, under the At'of March 3 1879. Ml ADVERTISING will be ,un and charged for until or dereddiscontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 17e perinch Perfered 20 cents, per inch, single column each insertion. Locals, 5c per line single column first insertion, 5c for each time repeated. Page add, $15.50 Subscription Price; One Year by mail - - 2.00 Six Months - - - 1.00 Paid Circulation Copys August. 1st. 1919 Publisher - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war Soldier Husband and Battlefield Baby Touring Country With Her for Near East Relief. A mother, father and daughter, (lie latter horn In a tattered Red Cms-, tent In the Icy Caucasus while guns roared nil around and T...

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. — 6 May 1920

tee oi:ah:xa k : ? e h ar ?je a . 4fc f CMmH imltw pus . af amis), t 1 m a An fiMMtM' as a wmoe ma aawwr jw a? a nr flaitaa -t mi r rw si aaaa HH omnut $ m Mbw it qwiiM W V Or . wtsa rm Uf ma wm wwa iHNt mt9 Kfwm assiaflejBaV Bnar ta AffM navf vwi iawM39aVMt r ywj 1ST Istftrlnel, dlMhMMNt MTH lanpw, fc fccttrifc 9a af ir sMduteta way, T7 9atnl vC imemtom ft f ipmriuu f r iy -trie tftaaa asul ajar awefl wf vtana' i fjfm 1m U a yt. Tattt i aawf It at)aayt rnihtim jm &m a tmd mmm m fee! taut wt tytowtm, f a ft flag1 attar waA m pme mty. bntmmt Umee Te fc rmattj'iiay f& & vf iftwul bijsm t MMtlMtM asstiM ymttiOt rNr AiWUat f m eM say Wmirffw f t A! (; Ik f HroriwgK & Mtt'4 vfoRr Mrr lak ' MfStffRltk, fTwrf fMMWt b iraawwfy rr timn H oJtfinwk, mui Ant it Jar ff' r fry 7 . Sure Relief 6 Beul-ajcs Hot valer Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take alotabs The purified and refined Cfllornel UibloU thnt aro dausoaIoxs, eafo and sure. ModJci...

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. — 6 May 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER THREE YEARS Finaiiy was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Lowell, Mass. "I waa all run down and had an awful pain in my right Bide, was persistently consti pated and had very dizzy spells. I suf fered for three years and was perfectly miserable until a friend was telling mo to try Lydia E. Pinkhanvs Vege table Compound and I found it a wonder ful medicine. I can now do twice as much work and I recommend tho Vegetable Compound to other women. You can uso theso facts as a testimonial." Mrs. M. Tjieall Bessey, 186Appleton Street, Lowell, Mass. Wny women will continue to suiter so long 13 more than wo can understand, when they can find health in Lydia E. P'inkham's Vegetable Compound 1 For forty years it has been the dtand ard remedy for fomale ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, etc. If you want special advice write to...

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. — 6 May 1920

A THE OKLAHOMA MINER wmfim fi & ,4&&' MUtymfT " FV4J .r,'iT I -fr - . olr , i , M Ira 'IK-( -i-- r -::J , Yon Know These Tires Will Not Skid There's a sense of security in motoring with the unusually non-skid Korsc-Shoe Cord Tire. You know your tires will not skid even when you turn corners at 20 miles an hour on wet and slippery pavements. Each little shoe in the Horse-Shoe tread forms a near-vacuum that takes hold of the road with a stubborn grip which is as effectively anti-skid as tire chains. Then there is the satisfactiQn of knowing that the wider tread of this tire gives longer life by wearing down slowly and evenly, making your tire cosl-per-mile surprisingly low. We shall be glad to prove to you by actual tests why the Horse-Shoe Tire is the safest and most zcononiical tire local motorists can buy. WHiMiiintMWiHiiiiiiitiiiiiiWmiiiifin u motwimi "jjmsm1 ft" MMMyrSy ft tA t l itfl" niinim'i ...... jf .- i"nmnniyf f mil 7 &&4&l -r V , .. -U -- L --- .-,...

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. — 6 May 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ahM4''Hii4,''1hH4' ASPIRI N Its Uses First Introduced by "Bayer" in the Year 1900 The namo "Bayer" identlilofl Clio truo, world-famous Aspirin pro scribed by physiclariB for nineteen yeara. Tbo namo "Bayer" moans 3, gpnulno Aspirin proved aaio oy r millions of nooplo. In cash unbroken packago of T "Bayer Tablets or Aspirin" you aro told how to safely take this J genuine Aspirin for Colda, Head- acho, Toolliacho, Earache, Neural gia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neu ritls and Pain generally. Alwaya say "Bayer" when buy tag Aspirin. Then look for tho safety ".Bayer Cross" on the pack age and on the tablets. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab lets cost but a few cents. Drug gists also sell larger packages. LAipltln It uiie mirk el Barer MumUctnro Moaoiutlcicldcttcr ol StltcyllcitM CAB1NKKS TTv GIVING NATURE FAIR CHANCE! FERTILE VALLEYS ONCE SEAS Blugnard Quite Wilting to Lie Abed While She Did a Good Job of Repair Work. "Arise !" we said In n tone admir ably adapted for declamato...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 6 May 1920

THE O K L A ii U M A ivi x i il i 3 SINCE TAKING NO. 40 FEELS FIN Gary, 7nl., April 2fi, 1010 "T Buffered for over tlircc yours with chronic rlu'iiiimtisin, catarrh, coimti jmtlon, Btoinnch trouble, hud l)lood, nervous spr-lln, aching limbs, no T could not lcop. Saw an advertise munt in the daily paper iiIhiuI Men denlmll's Number -If) For Tlie Hlortd. Thought J Mould K'W' it a tiinl. Al tho 1 was (liHCouingfd, ns I had doc tored with a jiuiiiIht of physicians and tried numerous nif'dieines with out receiving any heiieflt. 1 Inuc taken hut two bottles of Number 10. Can eat anything 1 want without fear and am not ucRr so nervous and am feeling fine. I am now stalling on my third bottle Mis. Oostino Itniney, 2270 .Jeireraon St." '10 is demanded in female irregularities, in wee Drug Co. lloll't fiiriri t ll)i. i . Ii in nti time, lcmembci tin- l.iw s.i , and , Ave refei to iM.ixoi Hi nun. Borned to Mr and Mrs Nick Bftronc a baby boy Fridyn. .- W, ,1. Hammers returned Tue sday after a f...

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. — 13 May 1920

ONLY PAPER, in ihe CITY, of more than 3.500. Poples, anl has the bigest circulation o'f any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, May 13th. 1920. Number 13 BOOKS AS MEDICINE f J ... : ' sm A' i 7..i X K u McAlcster An Appreciation. Wo have been with you two days, McAlesler, and we're for you, strong for you. We have been meeting together, McAlesler and visiting folks, for many years, in many cities, but never, McAlcster, have we had quite so good a time, as we have had with you. Wo met in your big Masonic Temple, McAIester, and we shook hands wlf.h your Freeman and youi Saxton, we slept In your big hotel, we counted your bright lights, we ttod your fine paved streets, we heard of youi road bonds, we met your "cortjilnleed" mayor, wovwero greeted by your people, we rode in your Fords and your Packurds. And we must say, McAles'ter, you have some Temple, some Fieeman, some Saxton, some hotel, some bright lights, some streets, some bonds, some car...

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. — 13 May 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 44W444&4WtWWMr' The City of Purple Dreams ii By EDWIN BAIRD 4&4-i''"'XrrWrrrt- CopyiiKht by V. O. Drowns 8r Co. UP-TO-DATE Here's an up - to - date story, if there ever was one. In the opening chapter the hero is an unkempt tramp; at the end he's a candidate for the mayoralty of Chi cago, a capitalist and the lover of a fashionable girl on the Lake Shore drive. So there is room for lots of ex citing experiences in be tween. The Lake Shore drive girl gives him a dollar to buy soap and cures him of being a hobo. A beautiful Russian woman starts him in anar chy. A poker game starts him as a successful grain speculator and introduces him to society. Failure to win the Lake Shore girl leads him into politics as a distraction. The seething life of the great cities in this age of unrest that is "The City of Purple Dreams." 3 CHAPTER I. Even Chicago's con oiling March wind could not dull the gloss of his Imojancy. Like a fmious mastiff It tore at hlni nneillj, sna...

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. — 13 May 1920

T'H E OKLAHOMA ivi i i n, ti AtaV y- JLheOlkahoma Miner Publishs.l Eery Thursday E 3 tablished J Apr il, 12Lh. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. f. A. HEATHCOOK, Prop. Cailie Ueathcock Publisher. Entered as econd-clac matter at the postoffice at ICrtbs, Okla homa, undir the Act of March 3 1379. Ml ADVERTISING will be iun and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 17e per inch Perfered 20 cents, per inch, single column each insertion. Locals, 5c per line single column first insertion, 5c for each time repeated. Page add, $15.50 Subscription Price; One Year by mail - - 2.00 Six Months - - 1.00 Paid Circulation, Copys August. 1st. 1919 Publisher This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of ihc war U0Sw - - "v Save that you may spend; spend 10 'that j'ou save. Sugar continues to bo a theory rath ;er than a condition. Sugar Is coming back with an air oi i coy sweetness, so to speak. Sweet cider, ...

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. — 13 May 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER if A Physical Wreck From Kidney Trouble, But DOAN'S Made Her Well. "Kidney tioulilu made n complete wteelc of me," myn Aire. Win. Jluivey, G21 N. Kiuhlh Kt.. aranlH I'niw, Ore. I "I wan no donpomk'nt nnd mihciablo it i-giiicm I liatl iioIIiiiik Jolt to live lor. Death would have been a welcome re lief. I" or MX months 1 wnH in bed and never expected to leave it alive 1 wan too weak to move without the help of my nurac and bo MfrvoiiH I hci earned when alio touched me. Aly hack nnd head hurl like n throbbing tooth ache had awful dizzy Hpclls, my eye b i k h t failed, my dead. I was pain- "" ""'' racked all over. The kidney aer-iotions looked like thick, blaik coffee nnd burned tcinbly. They aluioxt stopped naHHiiiK and then my feet bloated like bauH of water. I hh frantic with jiain, and thought I would lose my reunon. "1 had lout all faith in medicine and tried Detail's Kidney I'ills only be cause a dear friend tiHkcil me. Right from the Marl 1 began to feel bette...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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