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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 31 March 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER T'f " J ONLY PA.ih the CITY, of w ,k. ,.50.. P..,i, y, , ,t.;,TOI drcj,.w .- 4i); tmu d Vol. 10 V t.i.i . 1 tu-iU tH1 fe -'-ikAte N V muT IS JI01NE : !N OKLAHOMA: A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF WEEK FROM ALL SECTION8 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31th. 1921. NO TICKS AFTER THIS YEAR Goal Number s Set By the Etato and Bureaus. U. a. BOBBERS HOLD UP TRAIN, Pir of Masked Bandits Qet $3,000 .Frcm Passengers On Katy Special. Muskogee. Two masked bandits boPdedtbe Missouri, Kansas and Tesas railroad's Texas Special at J?oni8on, Texas, robbed every passen ger In til TOO Tllt!mnna .,1 ,.. j .. JjlcAlester in a waiting automobile. The bandit's loot was estimated at more than $3,000, all in cash. i Bloodhounds from the state pen! leatiary at McAlester were trailing the bandits with a posse of twenty men. J As the tram pulled out of Denison, ths robbers systematically began thotr woik. They lurced the negro po.ter of the car next to the clinmp oar to lock the door. Ofte bandit lin...

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. — 31 March 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER r Sash Enhances Read Mrs.Corley's Letter and Benefit by Her Experience Edmund, S. C "1 wns run down with norvousm ssand female trouble and suf fered every month. I was not able to no any work and tried a lot of medicine, but trot no relief. I saw vour medicine adver tised in a little book that was thrown in inv door, and I had not taken two bottles of Lydia IS. Pink ham's Vege table Compound lefore I could see it was help ing me 1 am keeping house now and am able to do all of my work. I cannot say enough for your medicine. It ha done more for me than any doctor. I liave not paper enough to tell you how much it has done for me and for my friends. You may print this letter if you wish."- Ei.17.abeth C. Corley, care of A. P. Corley. Edmund. S. C. Ability to stand the strain of work is Oie privilege of the strong and healthy, but how our liearts ache for the weak and sickly women struggling with their daily rounds of household duties, with backaches, headaches, nervou...

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. — 31 March 1921

K THE OKLAHOMA MINER v V After Every Meal SealedTight A Kept Right Hill H n V-Gb I llj 1 WRIG LEY'S has steadily I kept to the pre-war price. 8 I And to the same hiah stand- IS ' I ard of quality. I I No other goody lasts so I 1 long costs so little or does I so much for you. 1 I Handy to carry beneficial IS 1 In effect full of flavor a 1 I solace and comfort for j E young and old. 1 -J THE FLAUOR L L LASTS jSr OHie1 sa FOR FORD CARS A man is "just ns young as over" until ho begins to iiufC on the third flight of stairs. Occasionally a man goes around half-dressed because it takes so much to dross his better half. No Package Genuine Without Crou and Circle Printed in Red tKn lv Ty jiirm 2 fh , , sg Vhe Nationally Accepted WfoH Tint We Hand You the Package That Puts Health and Cheerfulness in Your Home Smoked, grimy, papered, painted of kalsomincd 1 walls arc a menace to health and offensive to the discriminating nousewite. Alabastine is so economical, so durable, so sanitary, so eas...

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. — 31 March 1921

Th'E OKLAHOMA MINER ii i am i ''.'. ' u- jmasga "OKLAHOMA PLAN" OF SaLfNG COTTON FOUNDED 0NBU9ES PRINCIPLES Plan Has Four Outstanding: Features Which tt t- j. j rtv j.. :- a...,i tt 75 Have Pr6ycd Lileclive in Actual Use By California Associations 1 he Oklahoma Cotton Growers' As-. Bonatlon I n business 6rganlgalion H bu I i nil v l it In c- f t 118 I I in i 1 t rh i in V tl i ukei s i. to sell the cotton of Us, It Ins no other interest ! j r tint it may operate sac ai i business institution a b tineas or $20 000,000 nn l' i 'i i-. bt n organ mil bu'-ini s i nHj les m .eersl o'it t intiing and k i u r Li i - o -j nidation un s hive bK.n t nd to be he s,cceiof a cooperative .... ... .. ociauoo. ner uiey 1. The as oci-itlon is organieed on a conrnioditv bi-i- tr-at K the cotton to bo handled ruifat all be cant tolled in a single aajocb tlon and not sold tli-ottgh many local associations In tli commodity plan the commodity, "toti, Is organised, wither than indi v i iuats or Idealities ...

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. — 31 March 1921

C Service to Customers It has always been our policy to help customers save money, avoid waste and get complete satisfaction in the purchase of all kinds of building material. When they tell us their plans we tell them how to buy economically and what to use. When their plans are indefinite, we frequently make suggestions that suit the need. Dair Customers Are because we are friends to them first, last and all the time. With a high quality for a fair price guaranteed, profits take care of themselves. Come in and get acquainted. E. D. COX, Prop; Krebs, Okla. IH Comfor table as e- k0 gg filioes, and the j. J lu s na j J I iSI bvM to'fct U e t m ' 1 .e ' UfiP C'l ct. Iiu cs, e . i c from 7!.l 11 Cdjcatorl; pi,..teJ,foul-to.iu . i I ItL ' " 1 OMLN and ( UtU N jf T'at Werc fel Xi JJr njt the wlic'e iniil-In Pointed g -rv c'udin,, theboy into I ihiuators. Shoes i yja? Jl 'Intie is no protect. on btronjjer YKGBsSKWf Sv $$)&? t than the famou Lducator trade 38SS? yl-flv' $ j-jj. mark. I...

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. — 31 March 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Invents New Flyer in Jail Barcelona Engineer Claims His Machine Will Rise Vertically From the Ground. CAN DIP IN ANY DIRECTION French Government Is Interested In Invention and Will Send Technical Commission to Barcelona to Witness the Trials. London. Paris, Recording to the London Daily Telegraph correspond ent, Is talking about a new dying ma chine and thu romantic story of Its lmcntlon. It Is called the "hollcoptere," and the Inventor, M. Paterns-Pesenra, n Barcelona engineer, made his discov ery in the Saute prison nt two o'clock In the morning. It Is claimed for this new flying vehicle, In which the Trench govermi cut Is Interested, for It will send a tvwh 'cal mission to Bar celona to witness the trials, that pas sengers can descend from the air with the snnie comfort ns though they wore sitting in armchairs. How It Works. The Invention consists of an nxle fixed to n motor which Is placed In the vehicle. The nxle sets In motion sets of propellers, one set tur...

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. — 31 March 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER -- .. jh jsl ml. l m m i r . kkssh Wkfl By George Agnew Chamberlain Copyright, Tba Uobbi-MerrlU Company i niADGE. Synopsis. Robert Hervey Ran dolph, young New York man-about-town, leaves tho homo of his sweet heart, Madjjo Vun Tolller, cha grined because u hor refusal of his proposal of marlage. Ills Income, J10.000 a year, which ho must sur render If a certain Miss Imogen Pamela Thornton (whom he has seen only as a small girl ton years before) is found, Is not considered by tho girl of his heart adequate to modorn noeds. In a "don't care" mood Knndolph enters a taxi, un seen by tho driver, and Is dilven to the stago door of a theater. A man he knows, Duko Reamer, In duces a girl to enter the cab. Reamer, attempting to follow, Is pushed back by Randolph and the cab moves on. Ills new acquaint ance tells Randolph she Is a cho rus girl, and has lost her position. She Is In distress, even hungry, and he takes her to his apartment. There, after lunch, a chance re mark...

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. — 31 March 1921

A THE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner PublishsJ Every Thursday Established April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. J, A. HEATHCOUK, Prop. Cftilie Ueathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postofiice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act of March 3 1879. Ml ADVERTISING will be tun and charged for until or-. dereddiscontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20c perinch Foreign Advert luing Rfpreierttatlve T! IE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Ocal ITstate JTarm Joans LONG TIME LOANS, Iniresl difie once a yea? J. A. Hea'thcock, KTtKBS, OkLAIIMA. 40 Acre Farm Well Improve! For Sale 40 of land with good four roo med House. Seller, Smokehouse, Barn, Well and .Spring of good Lasting water, LOO Apple trees, GO bearing Peach trees, 10 Chery trees, Razberrios and Blackber ries, all of this land is in cultiva tion, except what is yard and pig Lot's if a small farm, in a good I neighborhood and clost to School ' is what you are looking for, yovt should buy th...

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. — 7 April 1921

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anr) has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Aol. 10 KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7th. 1921. Number (5 iiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiini)iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. what is eeii If! 0KL11 A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF WEEK FROM ALL SECTIONS COTTON COMPRESS BURNS Hot Cinders From a Passing Train Thought To Be Cause of $580,. 030 Fire at Oklahoma City oior..ilon only- four weeks. ITonry Byiids. manager, could not say wheth er It wmld bo rebuilt. Farmers Flooded from Homes Okmulgee, Okla. Rising waters of the Deep Fork river flooded the low lands along Us course for a mile and a half. Crops planted on river bot , torn farma were ruined and the fann ers and their families, the majority ol ' whom are negroes, were compelled to i leave their homes and go to higher ground. A portion 6r the Okmulgee youngstown road west of Okmulgee was ilooded and washed out. Oklahoma...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Cobbler Town Shoe Repairer, "Friend, , ., , ,.,,., Vice President. HELPS TO SHAPE HIS CAREER Friendship Begun In College Days Contlnuea Through Early Strug gles and Subsequent Promi nence In Politlcu. Northampton, Mass. James Lucey, mender of shoes, Is pegging away In his shop here with one eye on the newspapers for word of how the na tional capital treats Calvin Coolldge, his one-llmo associate In local politics, and now vice president. When Vice President Coolldge, Just before departing for Washington re cently, grasped the cobbler's hand as the photographers snapped their cam eras, he gave him a distinction that he was asked to explain. 'Tut Mr. Lucey down as my guide, philosopher and friend," ho said. And so the cobbler Is now nationally known. What the vice president meant was more or less well known to Northamp ton folk. The story goes back to the days when Calvin Coolldge was a soph omore at Amherst college. With shoes to be repaired ho sought Lucey's shop ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER G10BGE lfilW43rtE&lilM copmffffriwB03Bs-jwp&iL comvm GREENWOOD CEMETERY. Synopsis. Itobert Ilervey Ran dolph, young New York man-about-town, loaves the home of his sweet heal t, Mntlge Van Tellier, clm Brined because of her refusal of his proposal of marriage. Ills Income, J10.000 a year, which he must sur render If n certain Miss Imogen Pamela Thornton (whom he has seen only as a small girl ten years before) 13 found, Is not considered by tho girl of his heart adequate to modern needs. In ft "don't care" mood Randolph enters a taxi, un seen by tho driver, nnd Is driven to tho stago door of a theater. A man he knows, Duke Beamer. In duces a girl to enter the cab. Beamer, attempting to follow, Is pushed back by Randolph and tho cab moves on. Ills new acquaint ance tells Randolph sho Is a cho rus girl, nnd has lost her position She Is in distress, oven hungry, and ho takes her to his apartment. There, after lunch, a chanco re mark convinces him the girl Is 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. — 7 April 1921

THE 0 K JL A M O MA MINER Five Minute Chats on Our President! rfrr4 By JAMES MORGAN (CopyrlKhl. l!il!0. by ,U Mortrati.) PEN OF THE REVOLUTION t0 1743 April 13, born at Shad well, V. 1767 Admitted to the bar. 17C9-74 Member of Houee cf Burgesses. 1774-76 Member of eongreos. 1776-79 JVtsmher Virginia s sembly. 1779-81 Governor. 1783-84 Member of congress. 1784-89 Minister to France. 1790-93 Secretary of state. O- :c THOMAS .TKFKEUSON as much as Abraham Lincoln, Was nursed at th. breast Of the unexbi:iiM.Ml West. At the lime of his birth beneath om of its foothills the I'.lue Ridge of Vir glnln was the American frontier. Tin farm on which he was born had bc-r cleared In the wild forest by hts pin necr father when the smol'e of v neighbor's chimney hardly could bt peen from his cubln door. When ho rode east, with his darlln. fiddle under his arm, to be a at u den at William and Mary college, th ml! slender, snndy-haired, snub nti-' -! freckled-faced seventoen-jear-old bn of the frontie...

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. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER m Comfortable as the Old Army Shoe EX-SOLDIERS com to ns for shoes that will give you nil the comfort you' vo found in nrmy 6hocs, and tho good looks you want in a civilian shoe added. Wo reoommend theso broad toed, comfortable Educators. built to let tho feet grow ns they should, letting Nature keep your feet from tho corns, bunions, callouses, etc., that como from pointed, foot-binding shoes. MADE FOU MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN Bring the whole family in. eluding the boy into Educators. There is no protection stronger than tho famous Educator trade mark. It means that behind every part of the shoe stands a responsible manufacturer, Rico & Hutchins, Inc., Boston. 'RICE & HUTCHINS liliiilPP Bent j Bones g That Were gV K Gent by R X Pomtco gl 19 Shoes gi lilC I 3 1 w" w raifihl bones lhat Grew, Straight in taucator ; ;h mc Cnn ATrtol Vi L."r"." 0?.:fc,ti Shoes VI $ J! V r 1 7 I 3 J ATOI jJ i 1L IV JT "teL-ji ft Dull Call Blucllcr Hductl lor Do) c lnleMlroRrfeitA...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ASPIRIN Fixings That Add to Gowns Name "Bayer" on Genuine & Take Aspirin only as told In ouch imckage of genuine Buyer Tablets of Aspirin. Then you will be following the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Take no chances with substitutes. If you ee the Bayer Cross on tablets, you cau take, them without fear for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Knrache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also Hell larger packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of MotiouceUcacldester of SallcyHcacld. Adv. Natural. "I saw you weeping at the picture allow." "Well, it was a moving picture." Catarrh Can Be Cured Catarrh is a local dlBoaso greatly influ enced by constitutional conditions. It ihoroforo requires constitutional treat ment. II ALU'S CATAUUH MEDICINE la taken Internally and acts through tho Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of tho System. ...

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. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER cigarette w Stone Walls, Split Rails and Hedges Rapidly Being Dis carded by Farm Owners. i.Aw?"' I atd ! H Jtt4em&rW &&. Mf.iil I 1 ktjJw!iu& rm&&."i&2 wfiS v . I liuhl B4i4yW " nr "gariXiOy'VTi-rT re or- mai rA TiiRP I rMW" JMlsf 1 I -f SS?9KSmB R ' Htettfr? """ t J6 a,& A 4 $- " s-Wjpw J MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS Essential That Ends and Corncis Be Erected Firm and Solid Posts Should Be Large Enough to Give Needed Strength. (Prepared by tho United States Depart ment ot Agriculture.) Of nil the changes wrought In tho fnnnlng Industry during the lust cen tury none Is more noticeable tnan mm In fencing, say specialists of tho Uni ted Stnlos Department of Agriculture. All over the Eastern United States there are hundreds of miles of stone wall fences which are monuments to tho patience and " thoroughness of earlier generations. Overlapping this territory, and extending west, are 25 MONTHS GUARANTEE Goes With Each We make and sell nothing...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner giiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmiimiiiiiiimiit ; - a 11921 APRIL 192111 lOfh 1QI 1 5 liui. i.iii HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiin gSMTWTF Si Published Every Thursday BdUiblishod April, A member of the Oklahoma ' ymilimiliiliiimiimi "Ill "' Press Association, J. A. HEATHCOCK, Prop. Gallic Ileathcock Publisher. Entered as yecond-class matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okia Inmn, under the Act of March 3 1879. 3 10 17 24 11 18 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 1 8 15 22 29 This oaDcr has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war -. COMING TO n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n Ml ADVERTISING will be un and charged for until or dereddiscontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20c perinch Local Mews i L foreign Advertising KeprcMitntive THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Ieal JTstate pann T oans LONG TIME LOANS, tut rest due once a year ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anrl has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14th. 1021. AOl. 10 Number 10 uatc nn MP MO u KUHOW A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF WEEK FROM ALL SECTIONS FLOOD DOES CROP DAMAGE Bridges Out. Farmers Near Hobart Rescued After Hours Spent In Tree Refuge. Clinton. Washing out evory road bridge in Custer county and damaging all railway bridges, rain which took the ptoportlons of n cloudburst has stopped nil traffic in this district and caused damage estimated at at least ?500 000, according to reports. More thnn eight inches of rein iell during a steady downpour of rain tor eight hours, according to gauged. The "Washita river valley is com pletely flooded, and hundreds of head of cattle and other livestock were drowned. Many pereons narrowly es caped the lapidly n-difg flood waters. The large concrete bridge across the Wasluu iier past east ot Clinton went o...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 April 1921

T II 15 OKLAHOMA MINER COULD IIARDLYJAT ANYTHING UNTIL HE USED NciiHions roiiHD irA wonomful memuine PE-RU-NA .I .I ' "I wnpk Mill Ilw1 ntnl i milil Imttllrrmt mirtMtiir until I timtl T til n. HiBin ltl)r iMttiHIto m smxl nml ttiv Mtii (till Itilnriipil, I lolil mr nrllili'it .l murjr mm uf ihrin (minil (l womldlfiil mnillrlh i I Kit slwurs M''t iliti of Iv iu itaal uir Immh uh ttttiior wlmtttw wr tn " Mh. 1. N, WtnniiNwii, hut is, hum nty, Mo. Onlnirliof tlirslninaohnnd bowel I aiming tho many form of cutnrihal disease from ulili'li n largo number of people uccd1oly nuH'or. Vlfly yent of urn1 fill noun it tho guar nntoo behind PE-RU-NA TaMs Is Br Liquid Sold Evirywliiri What to Take for SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S PITTLE IT i e: r Drills T.ike n Rood dose of Carter's Little Liver Tills then lake :' 01 :? for a few nights after. A lew doses lesloie vour oians to tlieir piopoi functions and the Headache and the t.uiscsol it pass away. In the same manner Iheu tciiUilo the Bowels ami preven...

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. — 14 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER TIIIJMrtf w AltWjSivQjS fRvi .$ oSi hsI r Bv I'l III II ttTTTTn-TTrnrnrTirnr"nr i ; ' .' ,' TTT I I IK. After JsS Every Meal" illlllllllUlltiSIIHIif!! Next time you want to concen trate on a Piece of work just slip astickofWRlGLEY'S between your teeth. The Flavor Lasts lts a wonderful help 5 In daily tasks and . sports as well. Hazards B disappear : and hard places come easy, for WRIGIEV'S 5 gives you comfort iE and poise ft ddds the zest that j means success. E mo fan A great deal E Soma SEALED TIGHT BUILD IGLOOS OF CONCRETE I FAITHFUL TO OLD VEHICLE Eskimo Indians No Longer Satisfied With the Primitive Houses of Snow of Their Fathers. It Is a matter of government rec ognition that the Eskimo Indians of the Prlbllof Islands are rapidly gain ing In sophistication, as the prices of tho sealskins and bine and gray fox pelts they bell mount higher and higher. Those bits of frozen land in Bering sea, whose total area Is less than seventy square miles, have only about ...

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. — 14 April 1921

1 U IS OKLAHOMA M1N4SR o Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN . (Cup right, 10 id, b James Morgan) AN IMMIGRANT'S SON 1767 March 15, Andrew Jack, son born in Union coun ty, M. C. 1781 Taken prisoner by the British. 1791 Married Mrs. Rachel Don aldson Robards. 1806 Killed Charlee Dickinson In a duel. 1815 January 8, won the Bat tle of New Orleans. 1817-18 Put down the Seminole Indians in Florida. 1821 -Governor of the territory of Florida. Or-"-.," ,:':::..; ' , rQ ANDREW JACKSON, the unlet tered backwoodsman, trending at the heels of John, Quincy Adam?, the most eulturpd in all the line, presents the sharpest contrast to bo sifbu In the procession of presidents. The lirst president born in a log cabin, Jackson could not claim as his own een that lowly dwelling In tho North Carolina forest, but entered tho world homeless and fatherless. Sprung from poor Irish immigrants, bis par ents had been in the country only two years when the father sank Into an unmarked grave a- ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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