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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 June 1920

'Ufzy THE OKLAHOMA MINER 4t HAD CHRONIC BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS MOW WELL AMD HAPPY THI3 IS WORTH READING The experience of Mr. E. J. Tou palik, 1488 Hose street, LaCrossc, Wisconsin, is chiefly remarkablo on account of tho length of timo lie was afflicted. Ho writes: "I havo been suf fering with chronic bronchitis for twenty-six years and every winter I would catch cold and become so hoarse I could not sneak for six or eight weeks. I could get only tem porary relief. "This winter I was taken with Grip and was In nwful shape. A fellow workman advised me to tako FE-RU-NA. By tho timo I had used three-fourths of a bottle, tho hoarseness was gone, also that tired feeling. I am on my second hottle. Hereafter PE-RU-NA will he constantly in my house. It is tho best medicino ever put up for the purpose." For any diseaso duo to catarrh cr catarrhal conditions, PE-RU-NA is equally dependable. Coughs, colds, catarrh of tho head, stomach trouble, constipation, rheumatism, pains in tho b...

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 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER F .ocal New: f Tit arc t ' i"1 ' an building on t' Mam -t-w' : V:aMin " ' be' rn a- tr trade re ' ur 4 pawngec in ax- eU for tts or txa.1f r 'and. pbooes27-4 m , Oklahoma Miner c:.o t :.:ercafe uh .ftheOper e Jrars BuikK--treet. call in . :-. Prop: 3 v - a t Court Hou. 4 4. -.- Ciosy, doncou?' rgct this i i.h--n upj ,. -tber the la -i - and , . Mavor Bruwii Now is U dm a alk Cotton eia Krebs should have one bo al. main. REWARD Lost So.00 bill near Harkm?j black sm"th shop, finder return to J. C. Downing. I $10.00 Reward LOST POCKET CHECK COVE RING had some ehecK Hank? and stubs in the pocket wras 3 $10. bills, 3 So. bills and 7 $1. bills on the latter cart of last , week between Alex Bayours sto re and the No.5 pond at Alderson Okbt. finder return to John D. Dans. AWerson Ok!, Budgie and Mare for sale see J. jL Heathcock. W. E. Pool paper hanger, pai-, ntr and decorator all work gua ins& Krebs Okla. J. A. Headioock and E!ner B axendale ere in Crowder Wed- ndea...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Krrcnm Notlilf g so needs reforming as othor people's habits. SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS. A novel Iced-ton combination which we will like to try soino of these warm summer days la this: Prepare ten In the ordinary fashion, sweeter. It and let It cool. When rendy to serve nut n spoon fill or two of lemon I c o or .anon sherbet In n glass nnd cover a-lth the Iced tea. Cherry Betty. Butter a deep dish and cover the bottom with pitted cher ries. Sprinkle the fruit with sugar, nutmeg nnd coconut with sufllclent cherry Juice to moisten. On top of this spread a layer of fluffy bread crumbs; repeat until the dish Is full Finish the top with the crumbs. Covei and stnnd In the oven one hour, then uncover nnd brown quickly. Serve hot with sweetened cream as a sauce. Currant Catsup. Tnke five poundr of currants, three pounds of sugar, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, om tablespoonful of nllspiee, one teaspoon ful of black pepper, one teaspoonful of- salt nnd half n pint of vinegar ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 17 June 1920

' ' ;" V ""T ' ,,, ,.!, .li, m, OKLA. CITY-TULSA VIA AIR l Twenty-Passcnger Plana to Qe Uced $i$ir b. Pv Between Cities. j - jffi' 7 vr HaSf fjn. y r .-. m. n .tT :nrt-oT ftDIinir ! i In one cold drink dispensary where a ffN I UU JTfc.1 t jg i Li r 1 1 I 5 .,..., .!.,.,. , rttlnr Oklahoma City. Operation of a pas- It . rH Tk.7 . C! I 31 E TUv Itwac WUSI OT JKIO tt CI lMC!kt A 431 JJ '' w .wim ia , . I EVENTS IN -KLAHOI r I i j HA j Sc;.:;i forms'. in . 5lie declared, have bem found thickly populated with roaches, alive and at larne, as well as 3l.i nr.i-d and floating In syrup jars, in one cold drink dispensary where a line of come thirty men were waiting to quench their thirst Mrs. Sturgeon v-,hd put six of the roaches from tho untain and placed them -in plain At this sight the line swiftly rrvded, jnly one man remaining long enough ;o tell Mrs. Sturgeon what a "wonder ful woik she Is doing." MANY FILE-ON LAST DJAY WHEAT IS ABOVE'AVERAGF Woman' Enters' Race For Nomination For Corpo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

F.W t M "fl YA r ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Poples, ar.H has the bige3t circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. rmrnrn fc m --Ll L "-Jl!i!iMDa.J VOX X" -LI - -i.i m . . .- i .. m n ,,.. . ,..,. , , Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, June 24th. 1920. Number 19 IT DEPENDS ON SAN FRANCISCO, "WET or DRY WHO WILL YOU HAVE FOR PRESIDENT? illij b 1 M lO F1 lylltbi' IS ilUflAaJllL 0; 1 OWN JUDGMENT OF THE POLITICAL GAME. 1 rl ' OKLAHOMA MINER wishet ti this fact, tint while being h vuj . tin paper, It will bo imtfbssibl io. thT . im to ghc tviitt.tipH, new i .ill 'ithctwiso boost an ieior. , i i. without pa tlwwiloi I tm h ii i as to take such a bt mil n t t ' i ict 'Solution ol jtnic a j p o It it i ' J no pay. We don't t n1' tl ' '5 i any v fin so niiro i i' c 1 t ' dB to Ihmk thai K'ua vx t t tun J'mei to thiov. v n n 'v ' tiii.ll it my b ! h v iV ' V-Oi without rn l o iiiif ti c iiji l ation, oi oTfe tt'omcf le o ' I) .n." nv 'm h u1 t h'l juit i'...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER OESCHGER AND CADORE, PITCHERS IN RECORD 26-INNING TIE GAME K9Kil CALOMEL USERS Ema ft's Mercury! Attacks the Bones, Salivates and Makes You Sick. There's no reason why n person should take sickening, salivating calo mel u lien a few centa buys a large bot tle of Dodson's Liver Tone--a perfect nubatltute for calomel. It Is a pleaant, vegetable liquid which will start your liver Just as sure ly as calomel, but it doesn't make you lck nnd can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson's Liver Tone, because It Is per fectly harmless. Calomel Is a dangerous drug. It la mercury and attacks your bones. Take dose of nasty calomel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated to morrow. Don't Ioe a day's work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone in stead and you will wake up feeling fjremt. No more biliousness, constipa tion, sluggishness, headache, coated tongue or sour stomach. Your drug gist says If you don't 11 ml Dodson's Liver Tone acts better than ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ,ai .a-. TheOklahoma Miner PaV.ifhsi Every Thursday Established .April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Prc39 Association. J. A. HEATHCOCK, Prop. Caille Heathcock Publisher: Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Ok ta il vm, 'indar tho Act of March 8 W9. ADVERTISING will be iim and charged for until or dereddiscontinued, Advertising: Rates Diijthy or plate 20c perinch Postered 20 cents, per inch, single column each insertion. Lcala, 5c per line single column ftr.'-t insertion, 6c for each time repeated. Pago add $15.50 Sub-icription Price; O-ie Yearly miil 2.00 Si Months - - 100 Paid Ciwalati-m Copys August. 1st. 1919 Publisher ,, This paper has enlisted &$& -he. government in the cayse of America for the period of the war - - POLITICAL ANOUNMENTS Will be run in the MINER, at the jEflillowing rates. Scate and District $10 50 county $7 50 Township and City .... $5 00 with every anouncemsnt a free writeup. THE OKLAHOMA' MIXER is auth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Danes Re-Export Surplus to U. S, Ira Nelson Morris Tells of Inner Phase 01 POSt-War Commerce. g ' ARE GREATLY OVERSTOCKED Shis Ooods Back to UnlUd States, AM Ooubis Cost f Transoor. Uiion n4 Make Hand some Profit. 3ew Tork. Ira Nelson Morrl. Unit ed States minister to Sweden, who has returned to the United States for a Tseatlon. It authority for Information concern I nf an odd phase of post-war commerce between this and European countries, and bearing on the hlrb cost of neceasltips here. He pointed out that after the armistice Denmark had Imported from America In such tremen dous Tolome that the country became greatly overstocked. "Until within the last three or four months,' Mr. Morris said. "Denmark was shipping back to the United States tb very roods that had been sent from here to Copenhagen and reselling them In America at a profit after harinc added twice the cost of transatlantic carriage over the original costs. Lswer Freights ts Westward. "One reason why...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

T H E OKLAHOMA MINER J.lSJJim. lliAMLLMJi III im.IM.lJH t WAR MATERIAL DISTRIBUTED Equipment Turned Over Promises to Be Great Aid in Carrying Out Road Building Plan. To ditto the war department has turned over to the United States de partment of nNilture approximately 2'i,000 motor vehicles, as provided in congressional legislation empowering the latter department to distribute, this war material among the state high way commissioners for ue in road building, allotments of the vehicles to bo based on the amount of federal aid for roads which the states receive. This Is practically all the vehicles which the war department has to re lease. Of this total 12,000 have been delivered to the states. The remain der will be distributed as fast as rail way cars can be secured for their transportation. Representatives of the bureau of public roads, in charge of the matter, believe that within two or three months all of the vehicles will have been delivered to the states. Tills equipment promi...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER If THOUSANDS AGREE AST0 THIS That Black-Draught Is Excellent for Stomach and Liver Disor ders, Hence Its Great Pop ularity. Mississippi Plant er's Indorsement. ITouston, Miss. Mr. J. A. Trenor, n well-known planter of this place, re cently related his experience hi using Thedford's Black-Draught. I don't believe there Is a better liver medicine made," said Mr. Trenor. "I use It for headache, stomach disorders and torpid liver. "It is not bnd to take, does not lenvo n constipated condition, as so many of the liver pills and medicines do. It does Its work and leaves you feeling like a new person." Thousands of others have found Black-Draught as helpful as Mr. Trenor describes, and a valuable rem edy for derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels. It is purely vegetable, having an active effect upon the bowels, gently stimulating the liv er, and helping to Increase the How of hlle. Black-Draught has been found to assist In the digestion of food, and relieves const...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 24 June 1920

OKI. O A M IN E R cal Newsi i Comfortable as the Old Army Shoe T ,1 . t( ffiileyvile i , '(.tirr.'d .C . .,.et r p rr .n Oku '-' ., J i: ; i t ;v. :'.J D. .r. 1 Tl - . i.lnes i. ora at a; tra JC III i a , M h ( . ! .. mocl r ling on the et, into the whec t!'c i' i flie as they come. For sale or trade one Chumey Automobile 4 pasaenger. in good repair will Ml for cash or trade for stock or land, phone 827-J or call at the Oklahoma Miner ofice EAT AT THE MINER CAFE First door south of the Opera House, in the Evans Buildi ng, on Main street, call in ' C. C. Dixon, Prop; e faver a new Court Home, for Pittsburg County, dont you? f..rget this is clean up j tu ' mhei V law saj -, and ' v.( io A liiown. x . i- tbe t i to talk Cotton j gji !,( ,- hu - one bo all 11K M. J . O- j ' am! i for sale see , J. . II. i hco ' . i: Pool , .i- 1. anger, pai nlt'r ati'l dicorit till work gua- ( n -oil Krcbb ( ..la. I I II. Hid i ..- been' elect ed to tbix iia un times, and has made ood n.l w know that li...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

Gl Li i :ic . , iJ .. X- C onl tw?.: 1 t 'Yr all other papers, in the City, com bind. Vil. 9 I .LL'OuLhJM) t i Numbet ... 4 - ' ft V n . a WET or D '1 ," x L M mSu. u J i tIREEIJT EVENTS III OKL MMRrrKvavi City Couita Not To r, Ch I 'rcn. Municipal comts cannot - i t,s jucnile courts, it is held b the nttornrj. gone al's oflco in an op'nion firniehed to W D Matthews com mi-aionei of charities and coirrc rn The law rrovides that the t ant v couts rh.ill nuve as juvenile com s, end tire geneta! statement tl it uui tiicipal coutts shall have the stme jUii liction as county couits in mis demeanor catea docs not " ti""M power over j r enile off opinion declaicd &.-- ! Wheat Acreage 8r i'l li-ml, 01da V roo e thin 1 0C0 a ye w and the ciop 10 to 14 bushels n c James Lawienco, no incea The o !" -cl in hWon i fieri C5 to 1 In o v s hiive. I Chickasha CM'kathn- i n iU9 again i h o been nxh. ' Th" bwnl's conte exenpt fiom U" will coma betcnr t tion boaid ruck c f i st Pay Tax CR City ! i ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

BBJHIBBJBBBIBBBBB t he Oklahoma miner - HWHBB "iw"anmapMawaw" . ' " I I . HI -III -II - . - .!. I A LETTER for when EFFICIENCY OF ILLINOIS FARMS COMPARED From a Woman Whose Serious Ill ness Was Overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Garnett, Kas. "I first took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgotablo Compound for a l complete ncrvoua breakdown follow ing tlio birth of my oldest child. I got up too soon which caused serious fe male trouble. I was so weak that I was notable to bo on my feet but very little and could not do my housework at all. I had a bad nam in mv left side and it would pain terribly if I stepped ofF a curb-stone, uno aay ono 01 your uook lcta was thrown in the yard and I read every word in it. Thero were so many who had been helped by your medicine that I wanted to try it and mv husband went to town and cot mo a bottle. It Bccmcd as though I felt relief after tho necond dose, so I kept on until I had taken five botilca and by that time I was as well aa I could wish....

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

w&fffsrfvg" THE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner Puolishsi Every Thursday Established April, 12th. 1911; A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. . A. HEATHCOCK, Prop. Cailie Heathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoiKce at Krcba, Okia h jma, uncter the A'!t of March 3 LB79. Ml ADVERTISING will be iun and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20e perinch Perfered 20 cents, per inch, single column each insertion. Locals, 5c per line single column first insertion, 6c for each time repeated. Page adda, $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 POLITICAL ANOUNMENTS Will bo run in the WINER, at the following rates. State and District $10 50 County $7 50 Township and City .... .$5 00 with every anouncemsnt a free writeup. THE OKLAHOMA MINER is authori...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

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Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Y GAMBLING IN EARLY YEARS OF BASEBALL Intimately Identified With Game in the Late Sixties. Much Harm Was Done to Sport by Progenitors of Present-Day Follow ers of Race Track Through Element of Chance. I The old Clncinnnti team wns the plo ;iocr &nl nricd club of baseball, though there is a conflict In authorities as to the exact year In which the team went under salary, Edwin A. Goewey writes in Leslie's. In the Spalding ofllclal baseball guide the year Is given as 3808, while Albert G. Spalding, in his 'book of memoirs, "Baseball," gives the year as 18G9, and cites enough de tail to make it evident that the latter dnt-o Is correct. Anyway, it was In 18G9 that the Red Stockings made their phenomenal record. The official rec ords give 81 games won, none lost, and one tied with the Haymakers of Troy, N. Y. There is no doubt about the tlo game and that no contests were lost, but both Mr. Spalding and Hnrry Wright, the heads of the team, give CO as the total of ga...

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

THE OKLAHOMA MINER A Local News Mr. Roy Recti is here from I til sa spending a few das victim; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kced MANES-WEST MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZED SUNDAY , Miss I la West and (iamiu Hanes both of Kicbs uere united in marriage Sunday morning In Rev. Y. M. W right, pastor of the First Baptist Chinch. The wt-l-1 ding was attended only by ihe . parents of the bride and groom and a few intimate friends. Mr. Sinclair of Ilartshorne was hcYc Tuesday morning. . . w t?i Miss Nclma Reid of Mailo.w ilk spent Thursday here the giut ot her grandmother. Miss Mnude Nixon is spending a few days visiting in Dow this week. The city has started doing' street work now and will push the work until all the main trav cled streets arc in good condition. TT-1E "REGISTRATION HOOKS TO BE OPEN JULY 7 AND REMAIN OPEN IX TIL JULY 27th. Osage Trading: Co. has their store front painted. .nail .. lr. and Mrs. Guy L. Au- -nlrcws of McAlestcr was in the City Tuesday. i w.it the flics as thev come. sale or t...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Sure JJjW) EUROPEAN FIGHT CHAMPIONS ARRIVE LIFT OFF CORNS! Backache Slowing You Up? ' Arc you dragging along with a dull, throbbing backuche? Feel lame morn Doesn't hurt a bitl Soro corns lift right off with fingers. Magic! ings, tired all day; suite i torturing twinges at ecry move? Often the kid- nejs are to blanip. A cold, stiain or o ct wot k congests the kidneys; poisons accumulate and mysterious aches and pains result. You may have hoadaches and dizzy spells, too, with perhaps bladder nreculantv. Use Doan's Kid 3&L3& ney Pills They have helped thou-J 8U1IU3. ask yuur iiciynuun An Oklahoma Case T. A. Susong, J INDIGESTION reai cuaie man, 7Y H Afdn f Relief 2)6 Bell-ans IJ-4,)--31 Hot water YWz2Si Sure Relief RE LL-AN'S Ggmsk F for The New Slogan. "Your motto used to bo, 'Don't knock, boost.' " "Yes, But I've become Interested la 8ovietlsm. My motto now Is, 'Don't boost, knock.' " ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine "Bayer Tablets- of Aspirin" Is genu ine ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 July 1920

-- K i-e ii ".Ik ' .i.illlllill.llllill. Kciassrr t-- i K I xi , ':-:!- : ilimkMI WTl - !!. W in a? i y PI1MG r o o a o fj-j?s" o o o o c a aily Task to consider and sclv? the printing problem for oar ouitotners, end each one w solve give us just so tuucb more experience ta apply to the next ons. Thi is what fueps ui busy this is why we are beet equipped to do your printing in the n:iy it hould he done. Suppote you ask us to submit specimens and quote priee. We Make a Sirrlany of Printing FARM STATIONERY gag u attuauiiuttu) l Ex:e.pllonal Facititfrs ji Finable Us to Guar- pi anteejOur Work O iBl!;!!i;iiiMi'i''" -""'i'";iJi!li!l!llll Kx,s'l'' 11 The kind you ought to have and when to have it, that h when you really need it. We have contracted the habit of tftthfving our customers. Our work is of the highest quality and our services are. alv.aya at your instent dis posal We are erpechlty pre pared to turn out letterheads, billheads, noteheads, state trtetits, folders, booklets, enve l...

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