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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 August 1920

TTTArrr a 5 m JUU MKlULUASLflllL IfilAllJll. ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more th an 3.500. Poples, an 1 has the btgost drculalLn of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. Vol.9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, August 12th. 1920. Number 20 F Iff? l"88 MSr W IsV V VP"C WTs. t 1 .E l OAi "Vrt IllJAMES m W JAMES M. zm COX PEACE Kl OF GOX SPEECH Democratic Candidate Would Enter League, Immediately . Ratify Treaty and Slate In terpretation of Covenant. SAYS "BACK TO THE i NORMAL" MEANS REACTION ' Failure to Enforce Prohibition I Worse Than Law's Violation De clares Present Congress Has Not Passed a Single Constructive Law, but Has Spent Time and Millions In I Seeking to Make America's Military Triumph an Odious Chapter In His I tory Favors Repeal of War Taxes, I Criminal Prosecution of Profiteers, More Adequate Supervision of Rail roads, a National Budget System, and Woman Suffrage. Day ton, O., Aug. 7. In his speech of acceptance today Governor James1 M. Ox, addressing a great crowd,...

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. — 12 August 1920

BgpSpWSgp TBI OKLAHOMA KI312 hH" The City j of Purple Dreams :f "Hi EDWIX ! ftoainMtimii -f in ' 15 " ' " " It"" ' '! ""' i nn jd .. t.t tu -i i""itr 'lmi ft i t m uw-u TMtU'J 'lltft It tl itf 1I " ir- Sini'i( ' iml n r1 t uir-uji u i i"t hji "tt lj3r ""-in tqom "M wi W ''im 'nit i toucan i n"nie ui 1i fc tp? ir-. -ir Hu -. fc Cfc Ife " t -,n " nL tnw - f' vu vinr i tv v'1 l' trts "innti ti' . feutm-i " bw" i i'wn ,i -"u- mi i "! jrHinl '" '"ua& i . fumy .i iti"w! i.ir i-'f i(lj t iuir mill). ',t' Vin,. t" - -'nj inir fin"" nr v ii-jji i ut fiifr wjiur ttt it - rr- inn t, iitwi iiiwsryC ' i'HCt t. Mnt i t"I nftutM im ;r" i nc uat ui i Hjt i n mt- ia ""i- tut' " t ir tMttntttt n- n " nwf- I-' W tUu "Will n" !H Ktiunu9t jv Tw. t " w; .uio TMwtn . Imt arun ftr - itnc 'tofnom or witiaiw- ""to n fi 'ti fcwr BJt J ttr- " J mjw t iMT Mrv n .. i umSr tmr rMtliS. l! w"!JI ".uet WMi'mr " ft mnniniir -in' utsfSr -trc Msn i.iu tut totr m Kj-ii-i iiv I" Mitf- tm uf !tiv-,;r c tia: '! ti (iwr...

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. — 12 August 1920

"T"SgPS3!,rl"Vf T "VfJWwnKfrnp-K-" THE OKLAHOMA M I N E K if1 .eenL. t Continued from page 1 vldual freedom consistent with the safety of our Institutions sho-jld be given. Excessive regulation causes manifestations that compel restraint. Law Enforcement. "Tho legislative branch of govern ment is subjected to the rule of the majority. The public ofllclnl who foils 10 enforce the law, Is an enemy both to tho Constitution and to tho Ameri can principle of majority rule. It would seem quite unnecessary for any candidate for the Presidency to say that ho does not Intend to violate Iris oath of otlico.. Anyone who Is false to that onth Is more unworthy than the lnw violator himself. "Morals cannot easily bo produced by stntute. The writ of Injunction should not be abused. Intended os a safeguard to person nnd property, it could easily by abuse cease to be the protective device lt was intended to be. 'We should not, by low, abridge a man's right either to Inbor or to quit i his employment...

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. — 12 August 1920

the :s:ah:ka k:ki? West Is Magnet For Immigrants tfiapit'j t Ella tefe-e V-naa B8 0 il KIWESi S i-4 Tissw 6. v t-t. The icrtatB rf uuuiigra tx ! v Mi-watA Bun Bvaiff ha It i-- y dsVe. tram ?tew T-i - maart MAes ovr'Sani 1B ii- -v- ntfsr . .: fdhraJs f9e -u . m .,-, spti.t-iia ; the fees' 'Al ' ' : tV "-tiU Wfc Blj Is":. J ivrjimt j t ji JH ex- ' t - rr r i t. . wwt t wt a- t t t u t - nt i tti Lpevt-; ; t r-u. ,- '.fK-a-f-'Ht hfnre fir .lit -w ' - 'c-Jbs wr t 11 'u v iu'r rftoaeyy vi -. , jj -1 - y $, , fl r '? ! z B i envrk - i t um i n"-ixTt it th "t -n IMmr'fcEtumf Cesru V '- v. fcSS -t Irt UMK7' -, 4 r-- - martr-ii' w-h (mni jt -w Tvt city a sot wnat , ;-.- .-. , ,f. mammaii ezrSmx&A fur u cj ether parts a taetr- aa5 Mr ! far4 lsi ?wrw Tar "r T Ha hauanai of tvsaaada. TVry it av gmaiijn t ana n U m law, mm sack aa P5taVn. D-trett a4 Akrw. 0te r t tW 4l aad ia atfatef relosa. Tar ta aoct part ri9 trrtrUkg b ittnr were la Amrl' fef?r flU wttr. jyad are araaaiat4 ita llx- eaoa ...

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. — 12 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER LINEN IS USED fffljgmHWttvmBB 'Net Contents 15Pluid Praormjj 4 The lnml Ib nllnsng with sales of white, Which iiicuns Unit tlie buiniiu'r iinriurthlng.' nro upon tlie countcrr In groat multitude, observes a fashion writer. Have you ever tried to buy lingerie during spaces between these Hales of white? And have you mot discouragement because there was so little choice? Well, the lesson learned by experiences of this sort Is to wan der forth at the white time of year and to do your buying then, for you will find the wares of the world ilro Bonted for your selection. The materials now are Inferior to those of some years ago. Now we see blooming under the $.'1.98 sign post an array that would have formerly been relegated to the basement. The deal- Accordion-Plaited Handkerchief Linen Chemise In Pale Violet Embroidered In Pink and Blue. ors have nnnounced that they nre push ing domestic underclothes because of the scarcity of French and Philippine stocks, and so we see...

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. — 12 August 1920

?HL OKjAriusaa. w i iv z. a TlieOidbkiKXDDa Mi&ss: E&tMlthuu:l'sLvi. 2SSL 2K. h JL HEAIBOO'JE 2rflp i fie postrc&ot sum nu- tasuMu nttior tbt Act of Matrdb B a sai cnrst lor .usual p 9adbrce 31 oemt vx mum imagks euixaas. bkci meaitn 3b Mivatiw ... Ui 1Mk2SI12S TIM?; itiaiway arAm. icmrnA Ui 4 i. 2' filW atj utrtaKi 2&mr at a tt- M a wa till Sb !Ca' Xh uf a a JlMtfii start sapr aorws I if llltl i 31 Sb 36' Mi at a . iiiip aw .. M,ut mtarm mm - . a. 9n at tt L Xitti - Xm tu afca w; "JHmiu fwcati i j at. n. ar a i Xacroa ii j. . J Jl j. i'lyei t IS j. n. X-' : j. Hi Xkl. JB'JBJtSB VCKt - -J, t. m tSitaiL C Ljifl wt t. m tiHS'a m to i. lac j t t ai'dd a sb lwmJ ' - -" i- 4B 3 ja ITofw .- j au 3B. a. Tam tuwaaJ tta lswa tew V a as Jttmat Jr &mt Sot Ewtaur is I, iqrttQali'y 1 Sit liar tb !- iflfatw Mttv lanftie xert a JUoaav a &&rt WB htm. wrt: Vulirwttitr tOkaaa fibe wr's WB t4 Ixaea paW PaWaOied tc Use OidUbotna JwiaaV, Aax. 5 12 IS W30 Mate of Olabotaa Pitt...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER "Vr f hh h B or-o Mmm Mir o ,; .-- Cyr S TJ" "f TT ci r, uy Kjunjivicmnson unezmrv)-yr-"; You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead V1 7? rrAtfkS J05 y x-( r ' XJ wr TOLi ns - - - r-; - ' X w mwrnu aBHKs7"St.,A' KZWxist.Tfr . VPwJJaVs 0"X?KtS. vTP&Wtfr TvmHsrx. iwktsw! wmSSMssmSmM K Y S THIS lo be u "ej clone summer?" Which Is to siiy, Is tlie Mississippi valley to be visited tins season by nn unustinl number of these terri fying tornadoes so destructive to life and prop erty and as freakish as destructive? The early returns seem to Indicate that tho "twister" Is bent on a busy summer. Tho proper phrase to be used In putting this question Is "tornado summer." According to the dictionaries, our American twister Is not a cyclone, since a cyclone is a violent - storm, often of vast extent, characterized by high winds rotating about a calm center of low atmospheric pressure which moves onward with a velocity of from 2...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 12 August 1920

n OKLAHOMA U 1 S E M. Ik ftii ii" Local News Comfortable as the -5 a:c TuiiT wiu ArmY onoe f id 7,e . fa - ieft fur Hie Sir- m J? '.i V - .-a u : Mr? && W-.: i 'if - - 5-, -. - tec: to beaTti: r K-!; 7 -.a rnafce the . - -.:. otoH - .."i-t h fi. 5 Bny the Best Shingles the market offers ii you wsmt the word! of tout money. Cheap grades mean eariy repairs, and frequent re pairs cost heavily in the long run. Come and See Us "hes yoc re ready to bay shingles iHktslier too mu them is z&bestos, meal, s& or wood, Aj expesns, -we wifi honestly tefl job rht material as most sciabie for your purpose sad shovr yoa how to buy ecxwaosiicilb". Satisfaction in Price and Quality Otuiranteed to All Buyers Antrim Lumber Co. Krebs, Okla Kotke of Sa cf Estrv EX-SOLDCEJLS , w f- ' that wfl npi el tut crcirtr'-''rfaMwJMt k-stt Lar., -Mod (W Jaorf lcvk y-W rat is x trruM Mc mdiifa i t-jei, trjmSrjfjttht E.4mc?--.-n , h-Jt to let & It frtnr h Curr t-.iif , ktwi Ncrwrs keep T -jnx fe t-...

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. — 19 August 1920

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Poples.and has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, August 19th. 1920. Number 27 The Gospel of Labor By HENRY VAN DYKE, D. D. But I think the King of that country comes out from His tireless host, And walks In this world of the weary, as If He loved It the most; And here In the dusty confusion, with eyes that are heavy and dim, He meets again the laboring men who are looking and longing for Him. He cancels the curse of Eden, and brings them a blessing instead; Blessed are they that labor, for Jesus partakes of their bread. Ho puts His hand to their burdens, He enters their homes at night; Who does his best shall have a guest, the Master of life and light ; . vf&itfMxxanosnK, I CURRENT I IEVENTS IN OKLAHOMA Henry Van Dyke. And courage will come with His presence and patience returns at His touch), And manifold sine be forgiven to tho6e who love Him much; And the cri...

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. — 19 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER PITCHER WAITEHOYT ill Not be One Day Without ' BECOMING SENSATION , Baseball Expert Expects Yojig I ster to Become King. SALE OF CA This Lady TELLS Her FRIENDS 'Dodson's Liver Tone" is Tiking Place of Dangerous, Sickening Chemical, Say Druggists Btk7 drocrlrt to tow has notice I a craat falling of b Oi Mi etf! n,l 1. They all give the mm rea- i t. Dolaoo't Llrcr Tom t taking fte ptec. know IV !& Lrrer Twm te per ioftT gea-'e4 hy erjr tf-ace I wfc ivttt h. A larfe ItfCUe dMV " ry at-neis tt tf it fatls ti ere ? relief i ery f of 1 i alug fiitoim afi B'ptaj. a axfc i fr yam atme? h- j lwJr-f Ltr-er Tone Is e. p)es&at' tarn. perrty reeettble remedy, harus'ea to both children awl adult. Tat a ?wc&fB2 at ahcfet and wke op feeag fit, do hmoesaes&. sick head achy cj3 tnacn r ronct'pates tweets. It oVsnl arsp or caue ia trrmimet ail the nest day u Tie et caJMaeL Tate a kt of eaJomtJ Today and tomorrow yo will fel . Art and naasnate-dL Don't 1m a day AdV. i...

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. — 19 August 1920

e ' V rgJrft m PS 'v "$P& '-f &:".v. 5; ?4k-- , .' ti IV C V-: tOi 1 FINEHOIEOF INION PRINTERS Institution of Which Organization 11 -.. , . , - . Has Right to Be Proud. 1 NEARLY THIRTY YEARS OLD , Beneficent Work Dune In Palatial Abode at Colorado Springs Would Be Hard to Overestimate Union Has Glorious Record. In the yenr 1 S.". there was a irnth . 1 iy" '" ' " ' """ "' "" "' '" 1 old memhcis and a lii..i-:vuh sis .sj, ,- New York, compo-ed of represeuta- to,Ium ,, Ni,.till,.; f , while phiu fives from 11 dozen diCfeieut eiiles, and . of 0 ,,, ,.,,.,., le.um'es , ,, the foundation was there laid for ' .,,. ,, ,,. iMl.,., uthuial T.vp what was destined to become "the j,,.,,,,!,;,.., ,,,,!., u,. r.,-..,, iMnters' world's greaiesi labor nrgniiation." ,,,,. p1.,in,,s ,,.,s .,, ;ili . -.,. f nun hum iiiooesi nine uieeiiii uic 1 International Typographical union ' was called into heing. and ever since ' that time it has heen the purpo-e of union printers to spread the gospel of 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. — 19 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Hundred Billions English Financier Fixes Real Losses of the European Belligerents. AMERICA WORLD'S CREDITOR To Only United State and Japan Did the War Bring Prosperity, According to English Authority Germany a Heavy Loier. London. The actual cost of the war to European belligerents was In excess of 20,000.000,000 ($100,000, 000,000 normal value), represented by property destroyed, losses In Invest ments abroad, depreciation of proper ties and by pensions, Edgar Cram mond, English financier, told the Hankers' institute at a recent meeting here. lie fixed the following as the real losses of the European belligerents: Germany S,700.000.0W (J43,BCO,000,000 normal value.) France '6,260,000,000 The United KlnnUom I6,aw,000.000 Italy .2,100.000.000 Uelglum 660.000.000 To only two belligerent countries the United Stntes and Japan did the war bring prosperity, Crammond snld, but Spain, ilollnnd, Switzerland, Greece and Scandinavia also had grown wealthier. He believed the ...

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. — 19 August 1920

fdlfc WOFEIGHf"" THE OKLAHOMA MINER -nTir mv- -i "'iTif" ,,Tr"" 6& gMPW" " -- dii & 4HKf' A A tm P IllliSJJJIIIIII ll'- !8 IImMf"4 Used Lydia E. Pinlcham'a Vegetable Compound and Recovered. "NownrV. N -T . "TU. j. .. . mulanorganictroiible and treated me '"'several weeks. At times I could not walk at all and I suiTered .tfh .. bnnk and limha o i otten ha t stay in bod. I suitered tr and on for eight years. Finally I heard that Lydia E. Pinkham's V e g e. tabic Comnnnnrl ,,,-ir. a good medicine and 1 rinl if urUU i ltw rr r;r v. "" .Bi,lcn- u. ,v.wv. i mil iiuw uu my House work and my washing. I have recom mended your Vegetable Compound and your Blood Medicine and three of mv friends are taking them to advantage You can use my name for a testimonial " -Mrs Theresa Coventry, 75 Burnett St., Newark, N. J. I You are invited to write for free advice No other medicine has been so sue- , cessful in relieving woman's sufferine as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women may ...

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. — 19 August 1920

.THE OKLAiiUMA lvi i w u, k ? fftriv?5? TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday Established ."April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J. A. I1EATIICOUK, Prop. Cailie Uenthcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoflico at Krebs, Okia Inma, under the Act of March 3 LS79. Mi ADVERTISING will be ain and charged for until or dereddiscontinued. I Foreign AdvrrtiinK Urp'eentattve ', Ilir.AMt RICANPHi SS SSOCIATJON I Advertising Rates Display or plate 20- perinch Perfored 20 cents, per inch, single column each insertion. Locals, 5c per lino single column first insertion, 5c for each time repeated. Page adds, $15.50 Subscription Price; One Year by mail - - 2.00 Six Months - - - 1.00 Paid Circulation Copys August. 1st. 1919 Publisher McALESTER TIME. KAILWAY TIMi: TAIIl.i: Collided to May 10. 1020. C. It. I. & P. (KnoK Islnml) WEST DOUND Arrives Starts heie 0 55 n. in. 11 :35 p. m. Paily 47 -41 TPp l! H 0 ..V a in 0 5.r a m 11 50 p. in 12.30 p in ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 19 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER V V 1 The City of BTff 1 CABINETS 1 Purple Dreams I K Crrtihlbrr.O BrrnrncACet jro CHAPTER X. Continued. 14- Tlio luxtn hint luilred Pole was sonr kg toward Ills liiinlo In n few min utes they might be dlscoveied She ipoke rnpidlj. "You run accomplish more wondois" looking eagerly at him. "I even believe oti can make father like joti Once jou have shown him jou can be a master of finance It Is possible his feeling toward jou will change He thinks jou a nobody now, but If j on I hae III' She clapped her hands. Her ejos were radiant. 'Wo will announce our engagement the day jou are woith a million dol lar C The iolInist swept his bow across the sttings In a triumph of Moartlnn cllmav, and thej dtewapatt and Joined In the applause. And none In the room was more enthusiastic. CHAPTER XI. Thanks to the dexterity of his Tipnch chauffeur, Fltsdiugh was at tacking his morning mall at twenty minutes past ten. When running tluough the fourth lottci of the heap liis societal...

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. — 19 August 1920

1 ii i (l I. li O M A Tvi I N L K Local News - ! ails, ot" Ciihoii. w .i 1 I'ufstl.ix. Comfortable as the I'aw-j Old Army Shoe Ml I' 'I .! l. I I I'M I ,- '.in .itij-im .t !, Hi-.. . id Ol.iMtllgOC j I Ncuil W llll - 1 MttS ' p. I M I I loat I ... K ' ' n Wt . . .mil oii I ii I, of , .. i, i-, , ''".; ll'V w i . lu-ic i ,.l in ig ' . M in.; tow ii-- i ' il i Sii, ,i i . tui iii'il t" Pulvi ' ' ! . ' ,!.i at'i -i a uw w 1 1 Us at 1 u n ,u-. . '.mt ot lllnv- -. i . kirn, 1 "lmrtt eturned !.,!. to I II..-. IVas. after a ! , , ' . isii "i u ith ielati cs . I iiiiii.N i i I "... now i :.mi giu w ill oon J I , , ,,.! t'o: '.. Mii'-N. 1. Mils tor ; ; I i M lu i ; . t.ihU 1 1 lanv i '. - a tul ' I ,; Mu i. J M. X. '-. ar , i, l.i luti . ',' .! toguu ..i v "-ir- J I . . i'ucd;o I'hox xve.- i ': ' - with l'ii nx ot" i ' v ' i n- J 1m Kari ., i- vt in J ' . J I U.ttllVl v V- votltt fo v tt".:i- , . v. ig. 21 :. ,.i r oVlci :' M ; i1! .nil ". i!c- B' v " a h , J.i in . i ami lie x ..rlx to . v ...

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. — 26 August 1920

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Poples, and has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, August 2(th. 1920. Number 28 7k V IMMENSE RESPONSIBILITIES THAT ARE LAID UPON AMERICAN LABOR Thomas Alva Edison. "Labor tiny novor had a profoundor significance than iitlnrlios to It In tho present join Tho world still quar rels. Hut at tho hottom of all dif ferences roinalns the fundamental fact that tho world cannot ho i oc on struct p( without work, and 'hat tho work annot ho dono wltlintit workers. I' o r h a ps thoso two words, 'work ers' and 'labor ers,' no or stood nearer together. It Is predicted by more than one of recent coniinontators that grades of productive work will never again be so widely separated as they have been In the past. The war doubt loss has done much to pnne tho es sential dignity of all labor of all real work. And one of the otten astonish ing fentuies of the inbdr situation is the inlli...

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. — 26 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MOTHER! 'Callforni.i Syrup of Pigs" Child's Best Laxative Aervi't ' t'nllfornln" Srtin of Figs only look for the name California on the pnvkiiKo, thon you ro Btiro your child 1 Inning the host nnd most harm less uhyaie for tho little atomach, liver ml bowels, children love Its fruity tsto. 1'ull d'tvctlonx on each bottle. Yon ihuM iv "California" Adr. Naturally. 'How wn.H tin notor who took the lan of tho top In tho piny?" "Oh, ho i dandj " ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine tfr. "Hatr Tablets of Aspirin" Is genu Ino Aspirin nroed safe by millions and prescribed hy plnstolnns for over twenty joars. Accept only n unbroken "Hayer taekajte" v. hlch contains proper directions to relieve Headache. Tooth ache, ISararhe, Neuraljrla. UhcuinnMsm, Colds and Tain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cot few cents. Druggists also sell larger "lWiyer ikaeKagHs," Aspirin Is trade mark Bayer Manufacture Mon oacotlcacldester of Salleyllcacld. Adv. After a man has passed the chloro form ag...

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. — 26 August 1920

Local News MrJk asuurum rb" The new cotton Kin Mill soon be ready for business Bonn-, foi the first bale. Mrs Wm. Phebus is on the sick list. J, E. Douglass and daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas and family left in their Automobi.c. Monday for Eukeka Springs Aik the ir former home. Mrs J. A. Heathcock and dau ghter Mary and sons Lowell at d Linsy left Monday for Mountain view and other points in Arkan sas visiting mother and relative--. Mrs Martin Kerr retunef home after spending a week in the Oil fields. G. R. Tuttle of Kansas City was here Tuesday. James Bidd of Harthorne was in the city Tuesday. Sickening, headaches, indiges tion, constipation, indicate un healthy condition of the bowels. Restore your system to health and strength "by keeping your - bowels regular. llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes the bowels woik naturalh thoroly , regularly. For sale by II. if. Hokey. ATTENTION TO EARTH ROADS Clean Out Ditches and True Up Crown by Use of Light Grader Four Horses Needed. The m...

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. — 26 August 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 4,000 War Men ur Study Faraiiii; Disabled Ex-service Men Placed in Agricultural Training in Various Institutions. 1,500 REM FOR COURSE Many of the Men Are Illiterate and Must Be Given a Course In Ele- menUry Work to Fit Them for the Farm Course. Washington. More thim 4,000 (lis nbli'd ex-service men have been dl icctly placed In agricultural training nnd In nddltlon there nre probably r00 engaged In prevocational work pre paratory to a course In agricultural training. Perhaps 1,000 more have been approved for the course. Special placement has been suggest ed and Is being sought for tuberculous men la hospitals and sanatoria. Tho men approved for agricultural training may bo classed into three central groups: (a) Men who went Into the war from college or high school, and, re turning, have entered the agricultural colleges. (b) Men with an eighth grade preparation who are admitted Into subcolletc two-year courses, Smith Hughes or other school' of agricul ture. (c) M...

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