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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 23 December 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER A Feeling of Security you naturally feci iccure when you fcnow that tho medicine- you are about to take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Pout, kidney, liver and bladder remedy. The same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. It ig scientifically compounded from ven table herbs. It is not a stimulant and is taken in to spoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It is nature's great helper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and blad der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottlo of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Kot- If you need a medicine, you should have the besi. On sale at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to try this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottlo. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. IN ...

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. — 23 December 1920

X IX I W A J- t XX J XIX . ' COME TO US FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING ii.JJLV-.JL V'ls-VLf JLil J r? yhN i --fcrv-r-I ""vst.. r-a r a hs.-at rr--9j r r-s

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. — 23 December 1920

THE OKLAHO MA MINER il LZrMs I "CMS" -a --j m U The person whose nervoua system I rH-. --. $& J&$339dA I h.. b..n overburdened by rrork, I (M 7VT TTTNTTnftM 1$ 4ffiil&9 H worry orere; or.whoUexrtrltne- M li-1 " IS l I I I I Ivl "fiftffi wfiSSiS?wl 3 In a faulty and slow convalescence; Gg I XNJLgJL'A. J. I 5f (3 "Bt 1 H or, who Is suffering from the central Tk tit tnt rv v- 2!. !R8b J I debility and feebleness that result I I Z' WflT XtfVX VaSt " RT I from an acute or Infectious disease, I . 1 1 lJ V 1 9t 1 J JL'fAf N" V Q will And In FORCE a beneficial aid f MvlVLVVP "rf T V a 9 to normal strength and health. H 'iX' 1 FORCE It sold by reliable drucelsts I Cwrntw 3X CM1USJ JCfOCffJ JOAJ P 'tJurra H everywhere, and It of equal benefit n ' n 10 men. wuincu iuu cuuurcn. w . I '7 Maw for Strength " I ' two runaways. II A l .rf-11 K Ab TRY DSGESTOiDS at our risk. - - - They zfolowijtHomicceJi ' r-v.' 5u- . STil tt CUUA&4,iXCvy ?&W.fZ&l Candy coated tablets, made fr...

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. — 23 December 1920

iflliJ UKJL.A11UMA M1HB.K TlieOklahoma Miner VuMiahsH Every Thursday hljt.ablished April, 12th. 1011 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J. A. HEATH COOK, Prop. Cfiilio licathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice sit Krcbs,- Okia tnma, under the Act of March 3 1879. Ml ADVERTISING will be ,un and charged for until or derecldisconlinucd. THE, AMERICAN PRESS A"SH': VTION I Advertising Rates Display or plate 20.- perinch WITH THE COLORS Pittaburg County's War Book Now Keady lor Delivery. Hooks on Sale at ofliec of the "Miner" and at Oglesby's Drug Store. ttagwtcmmmmn i .law iwhuw iiriiivnrnwMi GUARD YOUR LUNGS WITH LUNGARDIA I.UnGARDiA open sthe respir atory organs, removes the thick masses Of sputum heals the irrit ation, dispels the cough and cold Unsurpassed in spasmodic Croup Bronchitis difficult breathing an such kindred diseases, thousands attest to its great virtue, If LU NGARDIA fail your money retu ned, Price COc and $1.25 per bol tie. f Manu...

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. — 30 December 1920

K mf m r u fc ' i vjjiiauiiin. liiiiiijii ONLY PAPER, in the CITY. . i'-i 3. ;v . Popks.anr has the bijost citW.alion of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vul. 0 K.Il-LS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, I iaEMBER SOth. 1920. Number ' 17 MM I m I fr-S 1 1 Riga M Li . U Ml UIH Uf t3K3 3l SB lAViiin At ksj sHk v A a KLAHOMA STATE RVS OF INTEREST REVIEW OF EVENTS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA THE STATERS COTTON YIELD 1,300,000 Bales, Linters Not Included; 3,100,000 Aces Sown to Wharr-t. Oklahoma Ciiy. Total c'ton pro Miction In Oklahoma lu. t'ie c.np "t. ton of 1919 20 is e-hni t. 1 nt 1 a ,. Ci") bales of CoO i u nd c .u h. in a lopoJt issued by tli cuope a , cmt it-porting f.eice or the broil of crop Astlfliates of tne detmiin."i.i of floriculture. This t-oti:n..te dfc not include iltt m. the ino t stun , The lotnl acreage ol wintei whe.it sown this fell was 3.1j 00, the su a as for last year, the lepo't mj. The condition ot the ciop on December I as 86 per cent of norm.il, it ws s.nd. T...

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. — 30 December 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Important to Mo thorn Examine enrefully eeiy I ttle of CASTOUIA, Hint fiimotis old remedy Cor infanta and children, and we that It Bears the Signature of In Du for Cher at) Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria A Now York llrnj makes a business Of supplying t.v ('written sermons ready for use to clergymen. Cuticura for Pimply Faces. To remove pimples and blackheads fiinear tliom with Cutieum Ointment. Wash off In live minutes with Cutl runi Soap and hot water. Once clear keep your skin clear by mlng them fot dally toilet purposes. Don't fall to In clude Cuticura Talcum.--Adv. Ultimate aim of all democracies is "everybody doing as he pleases." When the body begins to stiffen end movement becomes painful it is usually nn indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking COLD MEDAL EfllERS &&- i &m gjEgrogreai , The world's Standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles. Famous Blnco 1696. Take regu...

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. — 30 December 1920

I tl t UKL-AHUMA M 1 u; n Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN (Coj right, 100, by Juinis Morgan) FIRST IN WAR AND PEACE 177G June 15, appointed com mander In chief. 1731 Oct 15, received the sur. render of Cornwallls at Yorktown. 1703 Dec. 23, surrendered his commission to congress. 1789 April 30, Inaugurated fir-3t president, aged fifty, seven. 1793 March 4, Inaugurated a second time. 1795 September, Farewell ad dress. 1797 March 4, retired. 1799 Dec. 14, died. IP OUR CHRISTMAS WISH g , 1539 v SB C: : r-pIIE choice of Washington to ho J. commantlor in chief of the Revo lution Is O'lC of tho ITI stlTloUH hut harpy accidents of history. Nothing In the deeds of this militia colonel, who hnd lost every flsht that he had fought, pointed him out r.s the one nml only man to meet the armies of the greatest empire in the world. Noth ing In the words of this farmer, who never made n speech, Inspired tho congress at Philadelphia to turn to him by unanimous consent as the leade...

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. — 30 December 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER I ! I By RANDALL PARRISH I & - " ti - & The Namur of Rotterdam Ship of Mystery. Synopsis Gcoffry Cnrlylo, mnster of sailing ships nt twenty-six, Is sentenced to 20 years' servitude In the Amcrlcnn col onies for participation In tlio Monmouth rebellion In England. Among the passengers on board the ship on which he Is sent across are Roger Fairfax, wealthy Maryland planter; his niece, Dorothy Fairfax, and Lien tenant Sanchez, a Spaniard, who become acquainted with the Fair faxes In London. Carlyle meets Dorothy, who Informs him her uncle has bought his services. Sanchez shows himself an enemy of Carlyle. CHAPTER IV Continued. 3 In the Intensity of my feellngi J must have unconsciously spoken aloud, for a shaggy head suddenly popped out from the beith beneath where I lay, and Haley's Interested voice naked solicitously: "Ily, thnr; whut's up, mate? Ye was mutterln' 'woy thnr an' not dls turbln' me none, till ye got ter tulkln 'bout sum feller called Sanchez. ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 30 December 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER AN ALL-AROUND SAVING Thanks to tho War, housewives have ben given some unforgettable lessons In common sense. Minute saving and Jienny saving have gained new signifi cance. One vital economy which has im pressed itself upon thousands of prac tical women is quick breads the new nnd better way of supplying the staff of life, nvways recognized as more es sential thrai bullets. Whllo tho pre-war methods which bo frequently suggested tho use of yeast were I'ar ahead of the pro-historic practices of soaking grain In wa ter until softened, then making into a paste and baking Into a hard, gran- uic cauc, me necessity of using bak- ing powder wth substitute flours In tho various war recipes has antiquated tho old, slow, cumbersome methods which for centuries have handicapped cooks, without sacrlflclng taste, tex ture or technique. Quick breads mean a saving of tlmo and when mada of high-grade Ingre dients are also of better quality and raoro economical. Tho use of baking p...

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. — 30 December 1920

$ i - -. l ri J!, u & l a n u in a ji i iv ji k A 2 :' Prices off all' on goods, buy mow save loaeY OMETO US FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 30 December 1920

THE OKLAHOMA MINER vo t?4mmmmQp LADY LARKSPUR hop A By CHAPTER IV Continued. 11 As the resuiiuMl their tnlk Alice, It seemed, was relating something of mo mcnt for Arrow smith's benefit, refer ring now and then to Mis ramsworth as though for conohorntlon. The scone In the ho was almost ns In tercstlng as am In the phi, and the audience watched with deep absorp tlon. Alke, the least self-conscious of mottals was, I knew, utteilv un nwaie of the curious gaze of the house; whateei she was saving with an occasional gesture of her gloed hand or a sluug of her shoulders possessed her completely I thought fchu might he telling Arrow smith of her luhentutes at Barton; hut the length bf her mu rathe was against this, and Arrow smith's attitude was more thnt of a critic nppealed to for an opinion than of a polite listener to n storj. Ie nodded his head sev eral" times and tlnully, as Alice, with a slight dip of the head and an out ward moement of her arms, settled back In her chair, he patted...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 30 December 1920

A I rt XL UKJAllUMA M 1 11 1 TheOklahoma Miner PuSlishsJ Every Tharsclay ttnbliaheJ April, 12Lh. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Prose Association. J. A. HEATilCCKJK, Prop. Cnilie Ueathcock Publisher. Entered as rfecond-elass matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okia h ma, under the Act of March 3 1879. Ml ADVERTISING t un and charged for until or- dereddiscontinued. ! Poreign Ailvartinlnc Kept eent stive THf AMERICAN lMlCSS ASSOC I A riO Advertising Rates Display or plate 20c perinch WITH THE COLORS Pittsburg County's War Book Now Keacly lor Delivery. Uoolts on Sale at office of the "JMiner" and at Oglebbj's Drug Store. GUARD YOUR LUNGS . WITH LUNGARDIA JLUnGARDiA open sthe respir atory organs, removes the thick masses Of sputum heals the irrit ation, dispels the cough and cold Unsurpased in spasmodic Croup Bronchitis difficult breathing an such kindred diseases, thousands attest to its great virtue, If LU NGARDIA fail your money retu ned, Price 60c and $1.25 per bot tie. Manufactured ...

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 January 1921

5 fcjlfl l i ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.50U. Poplts.anrl has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vdl. 9 KREDS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13th. 1921. Number 49 okum Sim NEWSOFMIERLSI REVIRV OF EVENTS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA KEW PROGRAM PROPOSED farmers Make Known Their Wants to Thirty Old and Naw Law-Makers Oklahoma City. Twenty five thou sand farme.s oi Oklahoma, speaking through farm organisation rcprestn Untrue, outlined to a mce.iug ot old and new state representatives and collator a program ol Uw making thoy hope to see succeed at tho 1321 session of the le'leiaturo. It runs troni state aid for laim products ware liouses to legalized death of Sst.ay docs. Tho fanners want: System of state subcidized ware houses for grain, cotton a.id other ,ro ducts. Mills and etevatos declared public utilities under corporation commission supervision. Demurrage allowance to shippers waiting for cars. Suspension of taxpenalties until. June 15...

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 January 1921

K THE OKLAHOMA MINER MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Coat With Cape Accept "Callfornlu" Syrup of Pigs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most harm less physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love Its fruity taste. Full directions on each bottle. lrou nnitft say "California." Adv. X-Ray Detects Swallowed Coins. In the government mint In Japan nn X-ray machine Is used to examine sus pected employees as they leave tho establishment dally, and It has re vealed the presence of coins that bad been concealed In the guilty one' stomach. Short. "I see she bobbed her hair." "Also her skirts." Louisville Courier-Journal. LiniiB.eni( is always roady to ease rneiiiriaatism. "AT tho very first twinge, down conies my bottlo of Sloan's; then quick relief, without rubbing, for it s stimulating and scatters congestion. The boys uao it for stiff muscles, and it helps Sally's backacheB, too " ...

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 January 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER AN OPEN LETTER TO WOMEN Mrs. Little Tells How She Suffered and How Finally Cured Philadelphia, Pa. "I was not able to do my housework and had to lie down most of the time and felt bad in my left side. My monthly periods were irreg ular, sometimes flvo or seven months apart and when thev did appear wouldlast lor two weeks and were very painful. I was sick for about a year and a half and doctoredbut without any improvement. A neighbor recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to me, and the second day after I started tak ing it I began to feel better and I kept on taking it for seven months. Now I keen house and perform all my house hold duties. You can use these facts as you please and I will recommend Vege table Compound to everyone who suffers as I did. '' Mrs. J. S. Little, 8455 Livingston St., Philadelphia, Pa. How much harder the daily tasks of a. woman become when she suffers from such distressing symptomsand weakness as did Mrs. Little. No woman shou...

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 January 1921

! 1 U , U Iv L II O M A n i: r TheOklahoma Miner PuV.isSsl Evury Th.irr.Uy tJjtablisheJ April, 12th. 11U1 A. member ofAhe Oklahoma Pr - Association, j. a. HBATHCCfcK, Prop. ('iilie tleathcoek Publisher. K itorod as second-class matter it the postofitec at Krebs, Okia-1 i mi, aanr ini act oi uiuw IS79. MI ADVERTISING will be ,un and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20c- pevinch GUARD YOUR LUNGS WITH LUNGARDIA LUnGARDiA open efhe respir atory t-rgan?, nmocs the thick masses Of sputum heals the irrit ation, dispels the cough and cold Unsurpassed in spasmodic Croup limn -h'.tis difficult breathing an sU'-h kindred diseases, thousands atu-t to its great virtue, If LU NiAUiIA Jail your money retai ned, i rice GOc and $1.25 per bol Ito. Manufactured by LUNGARDIA C), Dallas Texas For Sale By II. II. Hokey NEW MEXICO OWNS FEN MIL LION ACRES OF CHOICE LANP PORTONS OF THIS VAST DOMAIN ARE BEING SOLD IN SMALL TRACTS ON EASY TERMS. LAST GRE AT OPERTUNIT...

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. — 20 January 1921

- "v, '"--nwrVUKli' - 0 ' ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Poples, anrl has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 9 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20th. 1921. Number 50 WHAT IS DOING i INOKLAHOMA A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF WEEK FROM ALL SECTIONS FORCE CUT IN 112 PLANTS Most Idle Men Auto Workers, Labor Commissioner Says In Report. Oklahoma City. One hundred and twelve manufacturing anil industrial establishments in the principal indus trial town of the state, eniploying'24, 556 poisons under normal conditions, have reduced their working forces to 1,221, or are working approximately one-sixth of their former forces, ac coiding to the monthly report of Claude E. Connally, commissioner of labor and director of the federal state employment service. A largo po; cent of idle laborers arc automobilo workers, he believes. "Some concerns," he declares, "indi cate a, genoal falling off in automo bile shop lepalr work and lack of con fidence ...

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. — 20 January 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER B LAW m z. . j x,flae THICNOLSOft CV77WMT AT CW3 J0fMO J3HSJ CHAPTER IV Continued. 12 "Flynn hat caught the spirit r cried A?l excitingly. "Haven't yon. Flrnn. mrolne to cooflrm this. ett- ed the ear to rrerre and graxe r c piled high with household goodN. K may elude the pursuing rills." 1 flieradMl -hn mmi vtl- Knirnis, l snerenetL "tmt soma m lage constable may take It Into his bead to pinch us." "Oh. that would be lovely." cried Alica. "And we'll telegraph der Mr. Torrence to come and bail us out We reached Barton at nine o'clock and after an Informal supper I list ened to Antolne's solemn reports as I walked to the garage. The prtsooer had made no sign, he said, and noth ing had occurred dartns the day. "But there's this, Mr. Singleton, which you ought to know, sir. The old Tyringham people don't like the goings on here. You'll admit It's all mighty queer. I don't complain, sir, but some of the boys threaten to leave, sir. And I look at It this way, that nobo...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 January 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER . I r Ti i- i 3KZ2S55EEHE rz hpowg's I Laxative I &&Kli& 9fa Q&Bmm I j I lXAI The first and original Cold and j WltiS&GSmim F JS ' Grip tablet, the merit of which r OT km " Is recognized by all civilized I OT IM " Be carelul to avoid imitation. 5 S Be sure its Bromo 1 iJS t& Thogenu n bears this signature 30c. She Had the Habit. She wns ten years old, nnil she had gone almost every evening of her roung life to movies. For the first time she was taken to see a piny on the legitimate stage. It was a melodrama, ind she was delighted. Breathlessly she sat nt the end of her seat and watched and listened and Kas thrilled. At last the curtain descended upon the first act. "Oh, mother," she turned, "It's won lerful 1 Oh, please, mother, may I be lllowcd to stay for the second show J" Film Fun. Its Kind. "Some scientist now rises to re nark that bees have a language of '.heir own." "I bet they use It chiefly to make itlnglng remnrks." Every one may ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 20 January 1921

Jlil!. UKJwAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner PuM'hKI Every Thursday Ertftblishod April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J. A. IIEATUCCkJK, Prop. Gallic Ileathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postodieo at Krebs, Okia hima, under the Act of March 3 1879. ADVERTISING will be ,un and charged for until or dereddiscontinucd. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20c perinch REWARD $ 20.00 Stryed or Stolon, Two Mules, both have long mane and tale, and both are horse mules, not eathor of them branded, one a lorn grey colored mule had a Halter on when they left my plsce Dec. Kith, the other mule is a black, weight 800 each auy infomatin leading to recovery of the above described mules will bo liberaly Rewarded, If found Notefv me at Krebs, Okla. cair THE OKLAHOMA MINER. KREBS, OKLAHOMA (Published in The Oklahoma Ian. 20 27 Feb.- 3 1921 State of Oklahoma Pittsburg County SS Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the authority grant ed on the 15th day...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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