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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 22 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Remedy too Highly THE WAY ONE LADY FEEL8 AFTER SUFFERING TWO YEARS Judging: from her letter, the mis ery and wretchedness endured by Mrs. Charlie Taylor, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 144, Dillon, S. C, must havo been terrible. No one, after read ing her letter, can continue to doubt tho great healing power of PE-RU-NA for troubles due to catarrh or catarrhal conditions in any; part of the body. Her letter is an inspiration to every sick and suffering; man or woman anywhere. Here it is: "I suffered two years with catarrh of the head, stomach and bowels. Tried two of the best doctors, who gave mo up. I then took PE-KU-NA and can truthfully say I am well. When I began to use- PE-RU-NA, I weighed one hundred pounds. My weight now is ono hundred and fifty. I cannot praiso PE-RU-NA too highly, for it was a Godsend to me. I got relief from the first half bottle and twelve bottles cured me. I advise all sufferers to tako PE-RU-NA." As an emergency remedy in tho home, there is noth...

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 July 1920

i H OKLAHOMA i. X r TheOidahoma Miner ?abhhi Every Tltas-tdWy Z x -i-iAr.! 12". lil A T&zzzes trf tfee OcA:osa P-- Assccaoaa. ; A. HEATH XX. P-. 7 - Heat :i r . :.2r ---2 -r i -:Ag y,ter s: tb praSad:- a: rc. Ot-a- rLk --S -is Ar: ,f lrr- ? C AD"ERT15CsG -Z se t--i asd charged for it:J oc- R .f. X sJ DIE m iii U- a .$ f HT5M? 2i i . fi i u.r tijxit. Ia ". ur i 6-r n. .. t - l ? J t t . a. iLaTj-Sl? fie ae i' aim exbaax "Mar Fm - Kxcittt. wr Ctar St ! ca fw CfcKlta i& sat J ca atB& i.r iZ iant tai -.rr -& nm. usrr 4a-it .J.- "ST 'i-"tr-r tt.&JC- f uus. rstraa. fc 3fl?w iXilw i tiling Rate t-5Jij or ; it 3- pe-tn-ea Pfered 2 xt.'lk per - ar-gv eofcsr- tads siiisr'Lr.& L cas r ?r r-e sisgfe r -5 fir. .a5tr&o, repeated. Page add, $15.50 Subscription Price; One Tear by nasi - - 2L0O Six Moo As - - .1.00 Paid Cireaiatloii' Copys August. 1st. 1913 Polisher 5c for eacn t juj Xamftwa, Pa. 0561 uhy Xcp pjg oo ptq q n aoqaaf Xmcuj sum "aBQ RXI oofP fl 'qes jo rojjoa...

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 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER VKaaMMMIInMMMBMMinVMHMaHwapnfinHHa SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Don't streak or ruin your material In d poor dye. Jnint on "Diamond Dye." Kaay directions in package. "CORNS" Lift Right Off Without Pain m rrt f- a e By edwin II Jkr I T. he City ot baird 1 i 1 Purple Dreams 1 IILLLS INTO THE DEPTHS. Synopsis Typical tramp In ftP pearanco, Daniel Randolph Fltx hugh, while crossing a Chicago street, causes tho wreck of an auto, whoso chauffeur dlsablos It trying to avoid running him down In Pity tho occupant of the auto, a young girl, saves him from arrest and gives him a dollar, tolling him to buy soap, and wash His sense of shame Is touched, and ho Im proves hlB appearance That night, ho meets Esther Strom, a Russian anarchist, who Induces ritzhugh to address a meeting I Itzhugh visits oymlngton Otis, prominent fl aider, and dlsplayug a pack age which i a says contains dyna mite, demands $10 000 Otis givei him a check At the house he meets the girl who had given him tho dolla...

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 July 1920

T H E C i L A H C !I A M I z. K 5 oqjR I ft PRINTING PRINTWC I r'LL It Is Our Task Se ndhr aod aa bi j aj 90ffU Encl&OtoCow- ii f WiH Mf scdte CAzr fr ri ph I ---- - - lout woods , Ji-XUUMBI TWksJrcjiiil K M&BUK ha MOO tL FA7HEK OF U33R OAY asoiy Aft aca oa Taj arte: banjo ia -ata oo mlr anad II Wcbvtv l rTirfrB1f BlaBlBF . T VHBB wiPgvuff i ii83 & u.iuktiMiwflfciBMaWMa I gAg I''i?T'', WPH ?E Tfrri-: T rTTiTSBMPBBI .'TiTwl (i7V A BJPWlFIMBr J9H prMiriat arret dnWaah s am1 ore Oir wrk of 9 i f echnnf. sa hie w? sa nhontt SO OOOC Sonoma yOS aMK ao fa svncsc tSldUEr FA&X sxsxsjct -- - ojaoF? and oar pooaL enjoI-T pre- 1 1 In i ifl bJhiihi mii n-cteaeadt.. onoe- f -SafcSa luiaalitKeg.- aopctk uin, union. KB j Mill J Ijrf t 3sa CcHWh M i 1 c M aeo aa aartS aaa yoa 3 need aanaennat in skSRSSl 1K H11HS - ? W 'sflh N BOrs ML' W SS ,Jsi B H- Ij rlwannwnoBw"- i ? 1 12 -U r35g;.jS - JK I ?lrll P '1 - " 0 J 0 l ? I CEC?CE W CL'RE LABOR'SJWN DAT Frt'i ttooday m Septemtier Is Lega...

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. — 29 July 1920

rv wjnm "far" Kf?rp?T')'' ? " " Ff 1 ONLY PAPER, in the Vol. 9 MELON First Planting Is Saved From Peats Says Joe Miller T'onci. City. To out-maneuver bugs, worms and other pests, that destroy watermelon vines, and grow a crop which will produce a profitable in come is one of the problems that con honts giowers in this section of Ok lahoma annually. As soon as young vines get through the giound they are attacked by an insect that destroys them. In this manner an entire ciop of 200 acres, planted this spring near Ited Rock and many smaller tracts throughout this distiict was destroyed. The pioblem, so far as 101 Itanch Is concerned, has been solved by Joe Miller, one of the owners and head at the agricultural department of the ranch. The Millers grow many water melons annually. The plan to out wit the insects is said to have been worked out successfully last year and te proving itself again this year with -the itop to be ready for market in three weeks. The Millers save their crop by ...

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 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 0(4 THE FONNY'516 JSE3RJr. VxC i? m ,- ffi'JvTS I For In; ants and Children. Mothers Know Thai Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature ; oTcehoL-csrfcRcrvr. s aUUP4cFi if j i TVret-Prase WWWfl Mineral. or .xkw . ASAJZWZ Srmmm . r..r..in Ik I nd Fewrfshncss ana ft LOSS OF SLEEP 'EWJ1U Exact Cory of Wrapper. 233 V t I ofAr ' tup? Ptw rl. T- MORE THE MERRIER. "ili ii ii wl Senator Ronrhuri "it r. ' '- good thirif o - . hmi Jpm'- ianU mori men; emf - ',.- - ''it -tjteMtvn ! i. i i!ire on i u i..rn mnll Rilarif ou'd nake a tit re impressive Miow n' a- to the anunt saved in the astsfreiite" ' r- ra t-or uver hirty Years Serious Bluodtr T .' .j eer hear uch an a rt ajKrf-. i" .ur life" Tl' .-.man realize tl.it ' aa si fnur -H - ' "He tri-l to sell a hrt.'k'iter the nd of wurt Herks. hookkeeiter. ed n and roHesre professors wear." -hc ecr"A. compikt unrrmccTi Iff 111 ,9. " '7L ixinLiL mmm SOLD FOR 5J . w For MALARIA, CHILLS and FEVER Also a Fixe Geseral S!rcathea!cg T...

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 July 1920

K Mr. and Mrs. Joe F.rackett re lumed Saturday from Kenta, Comfortable as the Oklahoma, where they navi been visiting for the last week Old Army Shoe THE OKLAtlUMA m x w ji Local News1 j Judge Brown spent a few days in Kiowa, 01la., the guest of his daughter. Miss Lroille Webb of Hailoy ville was, here Monday evening. . Miss Janet Rees is here from HartHhorne visiting her grand ma, Mrs. Agnes Watson. Opherd Gilpin is home from Texas spending a few days. Miss Georgia Withers was a McAlester visitor Monday. Mi an Macella and Lucy Pep ino and Callie Ileathcock were in Alderson Sunday evening. Mrs. Itobt. Watson and Miss Margaret Silva were in McAles ter Saturday evening. W. R. Foust of Alderson was in the City Tuesday. ' I Constable W. J. Hammers left I Monday for Desdemona, Texa, j vhorethe vill spend a few days looking after business matters, and sec what he has left since! the fire of last week which near-1 ly swept the business part of that city. , Well the Miner will tell you in n...

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 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER "PLENTY NEXT DOOR" Record Harvest Predicted for Canada. Af-r J r ?. ft '- ' -" t r v x -. .-- r: --. f the t"r. 'i .- -ir n" !': ye " ' fc-ej. he j-oi ;r,?rT-1 cr. le hrr"sZ' r t '',j's rrate that t'- '" -- :5! a failing off in Ni ":-. in the tae. d . t'- ?i -'. ;--r--;r '. are cr'tlrst-! T!- n.ir. of thesse esperts i that ' erf w 13 ha -TTl J CT)d-1 Kjfj;T. loJfH of - tbo JO previous years, wr h -rdfr(j t. p? experseixe ;'! rrT vflW-;flt 't, ersee the m;'.':!.!) ' he decici of the pe ; f :b; ' istt. IT, '.Yr?a,'?a -T-r. tbe irr-Vio if : ff-T?. It-' ff-1 ..- -ve e . :"'is'.Wi 'rviith'ir! V-"-m Ogri !a "!- tj -- 'I - T- '" tfkttsr'si op n S-t '' -j prrti'-p- - ; 'v;jf - r f r 'rrT-r bar--". I : p'-' "-'i Ifj "J y-"f " t w ' - --; er4"-r ? i "l". ! -ar ' '. " ;-' j -.; !, - w-. .'t'C -i .') ta'"' V't rr ' "t flit r -x'- ".. ;: tb- :'. ?ru f -s. r a j 8"! fax -f !;fh a ""-''.' :rj"---! aTf-fes:- .a beB ---.rr; :n he f-.:: jrri.n j r'-do'iDg ptojt ' of Caf -da. T'.- r...

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. — 29 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER HH Pis flflgfiTv, Ifesx rj Siva jj Wv Hi , lie Truth about Old Uncle John Pl fctljl? XeSaSH " -I -j-- ' ','.'-'-'-'.'.'. Xlm mnm Mil ' ' '"'" "mMiM . sgi2&a I W23s&Zr " . "h- : : : : : : : V v F I IB Em hell,of Greasy Creek. Kentucky? Is HVThe Ft aes Itf 3r WmM x r jr-ifl John Shell turning a Krlndstone for his five year old son, Albert, to sharp a Jack knife CowtisM.UMKWWD&UWIWOW.Itt' rr OHN SHELL is without J doubt the most remark able centenarian I have & seen, and he is about the eighth I have met," says our investigator. "His memory is won derful. The nearest that he and his family can como to his age is 112 years. His family has never claimed him to be over that age. The tax records that were burned in the couit house at Harlan gave the date of his birth, as near as they could make it out, as September, 1808. He also counts from the age of his first wife, who died at the age of 107. "John Shell cannot read or write, but for many years he was ...

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 July 1920

k; THE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOkldhonia Miner PubltajJ Every Thursday EatnbliioJiAptil. 1-Mh. I'.U J A member ot the Okl.ihom.'1 Press A" uiation. J. A. Hi:ATHC(VK. Prop. j Cail.e ILuthooc'.c Publisher. ! i Entered a second-clas matter at the postoilice at Krob". Okia-, h n u i br the A "t of March 3 170 ' vn'' I ADVERTISING will be, .1111 anil charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates D:sp!a or plate 2 porinch Perfcvd 2) cent-, per inch. rjirie e !unvi each insertion 1 oeals, V p-'r line --mule column fir-t invnt on, 3c for each time repeat d Page .' id . $!".. i0 b oration n mid 1-. j 1 atioo . . 110 t nee: 0-v Ye k Mi r Paid A a just 2 o.i l."t . .. Cof P..bVher POLITICAL ANOUNMENTS Wll folh S ate int town h e 1 VCJP. m in the N'lXEFv. at . ' ..tes 1 il nct . s:o5' $1 13 S3C) a frie MdCit "uuncfnsi.t A IT t I trT . ..ti .na 3rd Lv the JT 1 - H e t - author!". J to ar i.e of . la! f :..ihs S . oket to i-e August aiiov ii as T' t C'l 1 r v. n t J t iedc' -1 lie " . L ra...

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 July 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER odsoi sons s The "Liver Tone" Man Warns Folks Against the Sickening, Salivating Drug. Ugh ' Calomel iimkos jou sick It's lionlblol 'lake n doso of the danger ous ding tonight and tomouow jou loso n dnj Calomel Is moicurv ! When It comes Into contact with sotn bile. It crashes Into tt, btenhlng it up Then Is when you feel that awful nausea and clamp ing If jou aic sluggish, if liver Is toipld and how pis constipated or jou liac headache dizziness, coated longup if hi (nth is had or stomach sour, just tr i spoonful of hninilcHs Dodson's Li i Tone tonight. Hole's in guai. mtee Go to any diug stoic and M't hottlo of Dndson's Llvei Tone foi a few cents Take a spoonful and if it doesn't sti, lighten jou right up mid make jou feel Hue and vigorous go hack to the stote and get your uione Dodson's Ller Tone Is dcstioylng the sale of calomel because It can not salivate or make jou sick. Adv. Telling Him. "Bobby, ,om mother tells nio jou cuo u veij blight boj, and she ex pec...

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 July 1920

7 THE OKLAHOMA MINER ! ( Jl irrv "tv e Kkef -! t j H& mmmn 11 i in in ..iL-Lji I I S ' 1 t i H ?? L K:w VtUtit BaiSy Tasls to consider ind sc.Ive th prijuin;; problems f-.rour custom rs, r.d c ic'i ojb wo olve givei i just o mucn more experience to ppply to llse next on;. Ihit is nbat !wc;9 U husy tl.ia is why we ore rest equipped to do our printing in the way it should he done. Stiipone ymi ask us to submit specimens and quote price. We P?ske b Sivefnlty of i'r.'Rtins FA1.IVI LTATIONEilY K .' ..!. "' 1! ,l,-:i- 'i-':!'.'i'!i".!!.i:g4 only in America but Exceptional Facililiis Enable Us to Guar- antce Our IVorfy i jiri the World. i, i r &!.,.,(. SSr'Ml.ilJMH'i! '" ,i;sa:i;!;:i Th lond you ought to have and when to have it, that i when you really need it. We have contracted the hafclt of satisf) ing our customer. Our work is of the highest quality and our services arc always at your inttsnt dis posal. We are especially pre pred to turn out letterheads, oil. head', note-head, ...

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. — 5 August 1920

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more th an 3.500. Poples, an4 has the bigesr circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY; August 5th. 1920. Number 25 WE WILL NOT GIVE RETURNS THIS WEEK SCOTT CURRENT . EVENTS IN OKLAHOMA MOANS CAUSE Of FINDING Seminole Indian Blamed For Alleged Fight With Youth Wewoka. Hfetrtng juoana, Land Btock, vliltonum,wJuj had slopped besiHe the road aearJVamooBa, in the bouthern part of Senilnole county, to repair vi vWyBgon, Investigated In th' busdicB-31w$py and found Jack I.eft lidge, wfiionljoy, whose father is dead and whoefe toother has since married, unconscious from knife wounds ia an old culvert. The boy was brought Into Konawa and sent t a hospital at Ada vhi he regained consciousness. In bia al leged statement he said he bsltaved Jim Harjo, Indian, had started to take him to lown to buy cloths, and while on the way had induced him t leave the rond. "The Indian is allei tlien to have drawn a knife, Btah...

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. — 5 August 1920

THE OSLAKOHA MINER AMERICA MAKES BIG DISKS HOW Lm IfapKfaetJri $ OfV it pi-g&- H'tfi the upffmieiuir 1" t ,.r lacpk ar r 5 -rXfcs are - -x :i !r -Jfc Cs - AH - !-- i- -a. i -i. iii e '" ii wnv4i r t a taweK ar - r : 17 - -vrz W U y a I- ..- ti . -erieaa, Cts;. T ' -? T -". t -. rt wM t -- .- .& fpiyi mf ti gHf4y- -a vt'7 f tfci Cara- Cltts Up Wiffe Qzrtmiwf. Betnt 1214 in"ttj tfl tk p- tleal ,Sj tu tk VtMtA Scstcc m UHKSttd tmb Gcnatay. W&ea the Caltfti Stat trM rtu war tk In U. M Mei4j Plane WIB Revotutiooize Air era ft Design sid Conitmciion. BIG ADVAHCE HI SHEHCE Frail Srw&e and Lktio Ship Tbat Did IU Bit In Var ad Ha Sen lied M Otmatfcz VAill 5 Dtplacd by AH Mtal Tp. Kw York. Tb jnao ta AJr Jpk o Jha M. Laraen JL aii raetaJ BMAOfMA will cocoMCeiy revoi-sUu-Yut Aircraft 6sln and otiatr&ctJoo, acerdla to stattSMSus mad faer by i4lDf alrptaa nwcofartarers. Tbe frali iproce awl lion afcip that Si4 tu bit In tb wmr aod that has to b4 soenaafoily. tbougi pre 'arfeo...

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. — 5 August 1920

THJB OKtArlUMA mn 4 k 1 i r.i mi siit'-ymmsam Local News Little Jaiut Ho3. returned o Hartshorneaftera few day3 visit w ith her grandmother. Comfortable as the n Old Army Shoe rti 22(Saia2HMMMIaMa3MlMMttJkMtfSHMMMi.MM1MMM S .i II Mil i ii in. I i n i n u mmmmmmmmm imiiMi hum 11 Ms Pii-illa Kidd ard Leland Ciovellvere i ,tinj? heieThui sday evening Mrs Joe Brackett is on the si ck libt. W. E. Pool paper hanger, pai nter and dcoraloiall work gu Jpteed Krebs Ok la. Mrs Annie Jrghart of McAJe ler is spending a tew days at the home of Mra Agnjs Watson. Mr Mrs Joe Higfffos and Jak McGillvery of McAleter were the guests of Mrs Agnes Watson Friday evening. Mr and Mrs C. B Pettsrson returnee! home Sunday from the ir vacation. Thcelectin hover and some of the cand'dates is looking aro und for thoir Jobs. good jounjT mait foi sale. Sec J. . Heathcock. NOTICE All persons are hereby warned that it is the intentian of the Bo ard of Education to prosecute an secure punishment to full extent of the...

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. — 5 August 1920

T H MINER E OKLAHOMA L FAST II SOUTH "Dodson's Liver Tone" Is Taking the Place of Dangerous. Sickening Drug. You're bilious, sluggtah, eonstlpnted and believe you need vile, dangerous etlomel to start your liver and clean your bowels. Etere'B Dodson's guarantee! Ak you druggist for a bottle of Dodson's Mer Tone and take a spoonful tnnleh' If It doesn't start your liver and strnlKM en yoo right up better than cnh.iin'1 Hnd without griping or mukltig jou ' k 1 want you to go bark to the 8tre an I get your money. Take calomel today nnd tomorrow you v ill feel weak and ii k nnd nnu-M-uN-d Pon't lose a dsij's wurk. Tuke h spoonful of hannli'vs, vegetable Dm ton's Liver Tone tonight nnd wake up fueling great. It's perfectly harm less, so give It to your children any time It can't salivate so let them eat an thing afterwards. Adv. A Foreboding. "Henrietta and I have had some pretty warm arguments about public questions," remarket! Mr. Meekton. "Married people should not sacri fice their In...

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. — 5 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER CHAPTER IX. Continued. 13 These were busy days for Fltzhugh, days lllleil with suspensu and excite lucnt and ncute money fever. By the end of the year his entire capital was tied up in spring wheat, which was lurching and plunging Hue a sinumk ahip; and every downward swoop drove his fortune upward. Though Fltzhugh's money was all on paper lie was growing rich with galloping leaps, nnil already he was planning a deal to follow that might tend his fortune soaring toward the million mark. It was In the beginning of March, while the Metropolitan Opera com pany was playing a two weeks' en gagement at the Auditorium, Unit he received (through Artie) at his club an invitation to a box party given by Mrs. Otis. "Well, well, tell us how you man aged it." "I told her," sputtered Artie, chok ing with mirth, "I told her I had a frightfully aristocratic fellow putting up at my place who was all the talk of Lunnon. Mondays and Wednesdays uro her opera nights, don'tcher know, a...

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. — 5 August 1920

ir. IT1 1 '.t un4r , - -5 ?, as nJ -". ' 'r-. : $,.- V " .. . ?- , - u j - c -;. .tuvi - -nmmr van ' ' -'-;vp :; ,, .; .- '' .' ?feimr-r i' ... rf-iliWWllI'C i Xfe. V fW,. til VA-J-? POf to -!.' t!;c tl W,"-Wmjm s IlKt &Z5 ti If -" 2 sit 6f'?( i'tsHH i4fe"-"C IHBBL't iSSt4ri isfi2afiBS?E" ' im'j'T v-jrqfej. lf!PgBBnie'y WU- "KSjftii ffja vs.-Mt iL TIilJ 'lVL5l I is . h:it :lVP ; '.Oil 1 !:-.-y t;at ".r.fi tie .tl'. i i . y' , if xstil -1Sst-v v uh& ' Yon Know K " .. . - 1 These Tires will Not Ssid There's a sense of security in motoring vi-h the unusually non-ski'd Korse-Shce Cord T:rr-. j You know your tires will not skid even when you turn corners at 20 miles an hour on wet and slippery pavements. (j! Each little shoe in the Horse-Shoe tread forrr.3 ' a near-vacuum that takes hold of the road with a stubborn grip which is as effectively p anti-skid as tire chains. : Then tliere is tle satifac;ion of knowing that tr.e -i v;idcr uwi cf.th: '.Ire gives longer life by v;c;xri-...

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. — 5 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 00 ALL M HOUSEWORK Before 5 took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound I could hardly stand, says Mrs. Kwarcinski. Chicatro. 111. "I sufForod with dis placement and irregularities and I did not know what to do. My mother advised mo to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound and use the S a n a t i v o Wash so I took her advice and used these remedies and cured myself, lfeel fine and do all my housework which I could not do before, as I could hardly Btand up and I have three healthy chil dren. You can use this letter if you wish, for your remedy is certainly won derful for sick, run down women." Mrs. A. Kwakcinski, 3627 W. OakdalO Ave., Chicago, 111. For forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been making women strong and well, relieving back ache, nervousness, ulceration, and in flammation, weakness, displacements, irregularities and periodic pains. It has also proved invaluable in preparing for childbirth and the Change of Life. Women who suffe...

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. — 5 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner P'Y:?'i. -ar Thari-Uy K-. .-t.'J April, itfj. I.'i. A mem'jer of the Oklahoma P r?- Assort. :-.. J. A. HEATi! o K. IV y 'a.iie H?a.r : Polisher j Entered as ec.ni-c.a; matter I at thepostoffi at hlreb -'da imi 1 1 ir :t? t ! i it.. : t79. ll ADVERTISING wil: be j .ii.i .rvi chred for until or-j d e re 1 J i con t in aed. I R ATS DIE C.- :.-.)' e cTir- . --.'. IIAT-SVAP ;J :1m.- Ic-ttte tj. oJoi U-n.ii i i"n'i t-. r v t? J acka- k.T .'. r .,. h it Ilat.- - uj. all -- '. - KAT SNAP rv -ee ir- 25c tr C c?Wei -.--.. 'or Pan- Kjtl.'f B or C ls- 5?c tr (2 cae$ fer chicken : nsii t-iu I.n. IMS tie (5 cfces esc-a-h lor all .u a. .'..": ...'- r -. rorE.ct btild : -. "-- : . " b-udir. : . f - 1 : n i rua.aa:-tl bj Mllltre WANT ADS Dt.u palate parm T nans LONG TIME LOANS, Intresi due once a year J. A. Heatheock, m.t itorw by-thrift &hxr Vr- kJ V-r X BtiyWar Saving Stamps i ii n mi m Five acre of land, all -fenced an ! !n cultivation, with fire-room dwe-...

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