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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 April 1921

w THE OKLAHOMA MINER yzz K kGw i Comfortable as the l$j Old Army Shoe EX-SOLDIERS con- to us for shoes tint vwll give you nil the comfort you've found in army shoes, and the good looks you want in n civilian shoe added. We recommend these brond toed, comfortable Educators, built to let the feet grow as they should, letting Nature keep your feet from the corns, bunions, callouses, etc., that come from pointed, foot-binding shoes. MADL 1 OH MEN VOMI N aud CHILDREN Bring the whole family ia eluding the boy into Lducutort . 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 & Ilutcbins, Inc., Boston. UnUtabrandcdthttaontheeulciitenotanLditca'O) $3 tHBra fttCE & IIUTCJUNS ($ , 1 ( FDUCATOrV W& xWi Unleashrandcd thuaQntheBulclMnolanLdiicaDi::3&' IMS? Osage Trading Company Krebs, Oklahoma MwM IvSiRIKEJ iKfchtod hcAno .m i RBHGafl'PSft rs spa ' s Jf UKAMAIHi nth i To sea I 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. — 14 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Sea of Calcium Is Sky Mystery Gomel University's New Dean of Astronomy Is Studying Big Puzzle. SCIENCE'S VIEWS CHANGE Theoriec of Evolution of Heavenly Bodies Reverse of Few Year Ago Spectroscope Astronomer's Greatest Aid. Seattle, Wash. S. L. Boothroyd. pro fessor of astronomy at the University of Washington, who leaves this June to become the dean of astronomy at Cornell university, has been adding hi bit, and an important bit it may prove, to man's knowledge of his earth's big brothers, the stars. Many stars which to the naked eye or through small telescopes appear as single stars are in fact two stars, ctr clli w c.K'h other. 1 - m' double stars that Profes so- 1 "m.1 has been investigating. 11 ' - work has beta doc at the Ui - i f Washington aS part stf thv I ' ii government oiaserrntory ne.ir -unn. B. C Studies Doubk Start. Professor Boothroyd has tece jirady Ing the spectra of two double stars Jost barely visible to the naked eye. iae Is known as "Boss No. ...

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. — 14 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER AijSgLdveni ti re RotoSSc XCOPm(?frTM3033S-MML' COMPANY PART II Continued. Her voire came lmck to hi in from very close is though her face hud been pressed 10 the- glass In an effort to make him out. "At the corner of the Avenue and East Ninth street." Ten minutes later he drew up his enh at the appointed spot and reached back to throw open the door, but kept bis foot on the clutch release, leaving the gears In mesh, first speed ahead. All his precautions were In vain. As he opened the cab door his coat sleeve was seized In a very determined grip and drawn Inward, catching his, elbow n a jlu-jutsu luverngc that left him the Ilobson's choice of either get ting out and facing his captor or lis tening to his ami break. He chose to get down from his seat quickly. "Well, Bobby," murmured Miss Van T. Mr. Randolph attempted no evasion ; be handed the lady to the curb and guided her gently toward her own door and up the high steps. "Madge," lie said, "you fought a great f...

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. — 14 April 1921

T II L OKLAHOMA MINER TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday GsUblkluHl April. 12lh. It'll A member of the Oklahoma l'rtssa Association. J. A. HKATtlCOCK, Prop Oatlie Heathcock Publisher finlerod as second class mat tor at the postothVe at Krolv. Okci hima, um lor the Vet of M.nvn o 1870. ll AP LKllM.Ni vu" iv im and ch.ugcd Km until or dttreddiseonlinued. Advertising Ratea P play or plate 2iV perinch Mt Riv as rnt s vstx ui io 4M4 Dw' p.inv. joans LOG TIMK LOANS. In t re( clrm cm re a yoivr J. A Heathcock. KRKB, Okl.XHXU. 4Q Acre Farm Well Improve! For Sale 1 f land with good four rcn ... 0 ,, ai..J.K. , "f''; Well and JirtnR of givd . c water. UX Apple trees, . an up Ptach trees, ., . ttai . .- and '.' . a ' o ard is 1 ee. v1 .t is i ' ; - .fa small farm, i. u ijrhotxl and clos: . at you are looking . .. vi Iwy this place. K. ,- r- ia- ' mi? ClKH Sohxl " ' . .1 A Bargain - be -imp ior 1 f noi. ' i tract ouM . , ora t T.CVt SM A til k an x t FARM ; '7 cres, v"1 acres, r acres, ...

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. — 21 April 1921

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.50U. Peoples, anH has the bigest circulation of any and all of Uppers, in the City, combind. Aol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21st. 1921. Number 11 OKUHOMA SHE K OF INTEREST REVIEW OF EVENTS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO ACT FOR PONCA TRIBE r . Body Composed of Nine Indians Be lieved Necessary to Accomplish Results. Ponen City, Oklu. Larimie Cerre iau been elected by the tilbal council Of ulna members to net loi the Poncus in official matters that may come up '.ov settlement. Louis McDonald, cal .ege graduate, has been named secie tary. lhe members of the council, le rently elected, includes iour educated Indians and live non-educated. The 'our are Louis McDonald, Mike Hoy. 3eorge Primeaux and Peter Mitchell. The five include Laiimie Cerro, IVhite-Deer, Crazy-Bear, Yellow-Bull ind John DeLodge. Cerre was head Df the Ponca council during tribal jovenment days. This action on the part of Uie Pon las, which is similar to that being un lerhk...

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. — 21 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Benare' Cc'ess you tee the naaie "'Jaj-w" on package cr oa tablet jrott - not trett n? Fenian Asplria pre f d by physio1 ans for twenty-one ' r and proved safe by millions. T Aspirin oo!y a t-ld in tbe Bayer I are for Cold. Headache, Neural- . i Rheumatism. Earae, Toothache, 1 ' -zo. and for Pain. Bandy tin of twelve Bayer Tablets of As- i a oot few ceo, Druf s s also Urger package. Asp'rio i the ruark of Bayer Mamifacn re nt ' .KaoeticacJdeter of SaiicTlioac d AdT. Even pt-r'e ho borrow troLv' bare tt to r 1. A Feeling of Security To BatnraDy fed secsre wbea yo I tbat the medteme jroa m about to f abaotateh pare aad coatata so 1 or kabit prodauaa; ra. v b a aedxiae k Dr Kibneri Swaap I iadaey, brer aad bladder mnedy ' -' ataadard of parity, streagt - exeeOeaee u -"- Tiirtt n ererj t e of Swaatp-Root. ' a snentiSeaQy eorapovadcrf fztjai Tnble kerb. rtiareiaai aad u Ukea la t' , aoaial doae. ' m set reooauaeaded for ere.-ythinc. 1 !L...

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. — 21 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER EDDIE SICKING PLAYS WELL DON'T LET TnAT COUGn CONTINUE! n's Promises to Bo Fixture at Keystone Sack for Indianapolis Is Speedy on Base Line. Indlannnolls funs will not bo disap pointed In Eddie Slckinj,, who was oh tallied by tho Indians from tho Clneln vrlll knock It In very short time. At tho drat Blcn of a couch tr cold in your horse, glvo a few doses of "SPOIIN'S " It will net on the glands, eliminate tho dleeaso Kerm nnd prevent furth er destruction of body by disease. "SPOHN'S" has been the standard remedy for DISTKMPBH, INFLUENZA, PINK UYEJ, CATARRHAL FEVER. COUQHS nnd COLDS for a. quarter of a century. 60 cents and 1 IB per bottle at all dru stores. SPOlttf MlilUCAL COSITANY, OOSILHX, IND. natl Reds, with whom ho played 70 Not Spring Fever But Malaria games last year. Sicking probably will play steadily nt second base, although he Is equally as good at bhort. He Is John F. Hyatt, of Albany, N. Y., Is Relieved of Se vere Attack of Rheuma tism of Many Years'...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 April 1921

& THE OKLAHOMA MINER Ko. doubt Jackson's removal of the public deposits from the Untied States bank caused financial disturb ance and his distribution of the fed erul surplus among the state treasur ies also was disturbing. The govern ment, the banks and the people gen erally had all merrily joined In sow itig the wind, whose harvest was the whirlwind of 1S37. The nation had been Indulging in the first of Its big western booms. The river steamboat aided to open up new recions, where mushroom states, in ambitious emulation of New York and if Erie canal, ran wild In appropria tions for the building of canals. Van C v You Like 3msbi Doughnuts, Cakes, Cookies, Pies, all kinds of good things to eat? Swift's "Silverleaf " Branc (toasted LUCKY ST RIKE CIGARETTE XL'Jnm nfi ifcay I '-Z fx I JR.! ' r- 'SwiffsPremium' I Bacon for Breakfast i The dd-fasfcicned, srvt:. ' -vory land thst is crisp end ' V"e ha : received a r -e? c- t r. eats, s . e a . ' - s, . -agt, , Mutton. ,, - Market. 5 O...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN ET.T6 (Copyright 10n b Jan a M ri,a ) JOHN TYLER :nQ 1790 Match 29, John Tyler bom In Charles City, Charles City county, Vn 1827-36 United States senator. 1840 Elected vice president. 1841 April 6, became tenth pi.s Ident, aged 51. 1S45 March 3, signed Joint rea olution for annexation of Texts tool President of the peace convention 5n Washington Sleeted to Confeaeiate congrcos. 1862 Jan 17, died In Richmond, Va, aged 71. - : -O GKT TV S? and the picldeney fouml Ii.hn Tjler down on one Knee, plnin,j "knueks" with his hoys in a pathway of his doorvnid in W II lii mshmg that s?tatelv old viceiej..d llln"e of colonial Viiginla. lie. hid not even heud that Harrison was ill, until cbttiny, without steam, whe or i ul to enrrj it, "ped to him fiom W ash Ington hy boat and bugy with the news that Ihe piesident had 1 e n dcul a day and thut the emptv presidential clnir was awaitingthe ice pro ident. Tjler belongs among the...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER SUREST WAY TO HATCH TURKEYS Hen Is Faithful if She Is Given Proper Management and Kept Free From Vermin. CLHHUHESS IS ESSENTIAL tfsts Hollowed Out n Ground, Gov. eced With Straw and Carefully Protected Are local Exer- eia Is Imperative. CPilMMUd by th United SttlM Depart ment of Agriculture.) Chicken bens and incubators can b and often are used snecessfoliy for hatching turkey eggs, but tbe surest means. United States Department of Ajrrtculrnre poultry specialists say, is 10 se tbe turkey ben and rive ber proper mauagvment. Turkey bens ar cJoaa sitters and will cotcr, so there win be no danger of chilling, from 15 to IS egss, depending on tbe sise of ifce ken. Ners for setting turkey and chick en bens are best made on tbe around by hollowing out a tittle earth, so that th crater is deep enough to keep tbe oggs tram rolling oat of tbe oast. X tbin coreting of dean straw or bay eaa then be used to prevent tbe eggs from being directly on tbe ground. and a large roomy...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER . !. ' i mi -, -...- . i By George Agnew Chamberlain Copyright, The Uobbn-MorrlU Company PART III Continued. G When nil the rubbing Is done, even to the hist rite where they divide the fragrant Hood Into two waves falling over the bosom and mercilessly knead the damp ends between folds of the tlryost bit of the towel, she drops that Implement and runs Into the big room where the dying open fire blinks' its red eye as though it had been watting up for her. The writer who is irhilegcd. for the benefit of n largo and growing public, to see her in his mind's eye us her pink bare feet pnd up and down the room, racing every time they come to the home-stretch between the un peopled grandstand of the couch and the fire, and then doubling suddenly, f-'o that her wide eyes may catch her hair still on the wing, for nil the world like a kitten chasing Its tall does herein ntllnn, by the collective man hood of the earth, that she was alto gether lovable and beyond the reach of...

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. — 21 April 1921

7HE OKLAHOMA MINER TheOkiahoma Miner a La e h ST1 ?a!Kibi Aprsi 12th. 1911 , , . . , --.' Oftlafc&r.a P- v-ac a . HEATH "O-.K Pmr rli-atii.; ?.u-her. eataeed as so4-eiaas natter .V- -. ..-. '"" .an and charged or until or- d ? j COCli35C AvTertisiacf Rale tkxn$. Wt iiaw aaiifartJM -ws5ML'i7LJ - - This piper has cribs ted mdi ibe rr.'cnunen: tn the catzse of Amenca for the period of the war WANT ADS J E- p""" T "-" L02?(S TIME LOAXS, Intrest doe ore a yia.r J. A, Hatr-jei-. EKEBS. OEXAHMA. 40 Acre Farm Well Improve! For Sale .' d with ord fciir ro Seller, J?" - ke bos: -. k.. aod : rr? of : jraVer. I AppJe - ueariog: Peaeh t' . 10 rra. Razberri" t-d BUc- n - f tht ' - : :n ' vq" -'.: wl - - .iH a -! i -mal -"- ma .. - d -' -; to - j an this p if lo A Bargain rn of Iaa4 for Ipkau ess W aily ' of post timber oa tl aaar tor- and - iaf - -L-tn j. 1 goo " aad , z. . bor : KMS FOR SALi: srei, near Hart&horne, rea, near Hartshorne. Te, near Hartshorne, . Tea, near Hartshorne, acres ...

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. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ONLY. PAPER, in th GITY. of more than 3,500. Peoples, &nA has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 28th. 1921. Number 12 . OKLAHOMA STATE EWS OF INTEREST REVIEW OF EVENTS IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO POOL THE WHEAT CROP With Littl Opposition Resolutions Are Framed Expressing Stnti. mant of Farmers. Enid. The mass meeting of wheat growers of this portion of Oklahoma will favor the compulsory pooling plan was indicated following confer ence held here. W. H. McGreevey of Wichita. Kas., secretary of the National Wheat Wheat Growers' association, argued in behalf of compulsory pooling be fore the conference, while A. H. Mur phy, secretary of the Oklahoma Co operatice Elevator association, oppos ed this plan and argued lor one-thiid pooling. The sentiment of the con ference is said to have been almost overwhelmingly in favor ot the com pulsory plan. The meeting was well attended. The morni...

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. — 28 April 1921

the :s:a:-::ka k : :; z ?. s Ck tost CM art Crt W rf ttt C5 BILL DONOVAN AIMS TO GIVE BUGS BETTER BRAND OF BALL ' Imrm " ,r " ttoeT1 inaaaaw vV .war P1 f -W &H jf erVSar- T BaaabWBV 1-:'"C-"- r.nv fl Up .-ema awa.' H Vl A w? M jfta T itjva. nctrum -i i C , "tF BBawBatsL f at VKaB 1 BHYi a- a' "vjmi "-- : taut- 5m , . Jhii v yKmWmw r It 9vw aamMr 1 uwyMMvt HB " llflBaaaaaaWi JKMKvMBk.H& Rcacnr tout beaJtfc J3JMlmNv I JtW'Jrfm by purifying yotxr MH ; -fl wg M system with f fJ2gal Jf J JP7vS V CD9 jf T S Nationally Accepted Weill Tint KtsmJb Tm Beautiful Sanitary Durable Economical - rirrres, SchooU, Churches aad tH Laterior Wall 5-arf ace AJibasdic cxs be zp7sd to piasred walk, wsllbcard, err pfcr&sd wrli ziu: krr ecoca to-lied, or rrea orcr lotted waSpspe; KLki oq z& wxl mad &ot prtstri 1a ir.Zae coiorc. Aa&rinc a i drr pir, rtafr nx -A part, ccid sber, is dL-tct.ia es ta. ?cHr- AttMritt m jactri it wjru wi hrwn tan. Tcac, by cEmimg sm iinr'imiiffif, asikm yam...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER mcmxm''',mmm'0'BimmmwiimamaminiammmMmntmMmmimmmmmmmmmBmmantamB NEHF FOOLED JOHNNY EVER3 S Declares She Would Like To Put a Bottle Of Tan lac In The Hands Of Every Sick Man, Woman and Child In This Coun try Never Saw Its Equal. "I nm sixty-seven years of age, but In all my experience I have never known n medicine like Tanlnc. Think of it I At my ago to gain twenty-live pounds in weight, but that is just what I have done," said Mrs. Emma Kolfensteln, of No. 837 Webster ave nue, Syracuse, N. Y. "If I had it in iny power," she con tinued, "I would put a bottle of Tan lac In the home of every sick man, woman and child in this country, for I know what this wonderful medicine would do for them. For almost two years I was almost a nervous wreck. 1 did not dare to leave the house or even go up town unless my husband went with me. I was afraid to even cross the street and had a feeling of dread all of the time. "My stomach was weal: and easily upset. For days at a time I wo...

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. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MEM I V"- ' (IV, 'V1 J9r?S USSl .'-en v.'.vn ?--!. down a the old l v - W V ' "' W fff -' - '.' .rg ', V m V -A Vt ' xv ''WaB- " --::;:5B, ' "v""'." id iuy fnfhpr, - fr.j: Ter ' MSAtliMa , i AA! i fei&wi v VW: cUB5it2e&.R&.ft v. , s&? k& imMaKM&:-?.Xi l J . 1 VN f 1 l-BS34Vt.V - 'A I i 4VNVK kKRnreKaLft' ' m lz, r. ifc vi"T"t-. , .-iT-."!V&- I l l .; ' VvfcvCWl'iftirf rt1 yjf:l i T! -. . -i y '-JT I :i.'.' !H . :tr 1 ' r as he -4 . . ".mi. :.;.va v. uul - - - -- i - . ti , .'.-.- In i i ..... T - : '..o !- - ' t. nnj It '"" :--'3oh of a v, r. u ale . , - -3 : ". i.it.'e - 'r- J-J . ianru .. .' i .,!;,, , ! :il v. l,o ,.; th " ' l. - 'U !liv th -v !..v uii.i'u'- - i ! -'uii .-runs - !:-k hicl , . .: TI . ''i ' '; - --- (H - '! 3r ' ' ! c-k f .-n wJ v -i ' ' fi . ' 'i. j . : I ' '' '-i ti! . :. n xl " : - r-!i ..'. ra ! . i - , oior.s e L..r rvt- . '' "' '--", : v.-r ! . ( ' -:J ' : ' A: least . .t hi,: ;j, ' - - ' 'int - h.i 1 . ; f'vT r...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Schools Are Making Filipinos An English Speaking Race ::2?'i r' && This is the type of schoolroom that nation out of the 10,500,000 If n tonrher In a public school in the Philippines desires to punish a Milld, she doesn't have to apply the ruler. She simply sentences the offend ing pupil to remain away from school a few days! This Is the most severe punishment she can Inflict, for Filipino children take an almost abnormal pleasure In going to school and acquiring an edu cation. The nll-t'iliplno legislature, In response to the popular demand for "schools, and still more schools," la constantly Increasing Its appropria tions for education, hut the schools can scarcely he constructed fast enough to care for the ever-increasing enrollment. The school enrollment is now Mi'',tX) without any compulsory nttendence laws. When Dewey sailed Into Manila Hay there were 2,100 private schools in the Islands. Today there are 0.500 schools and colleges, with 17,000 Fili 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. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Ruined Churches to Be Restored Ancient Cathedrals, Damaged during Mexican Revolutions, Wifl Be Rehabilitated. m USED AS BABRAMS Gtmithm l in TKti.- Mix Afduic&af Treatsarei Tae Hantecey. Mex. Restore Boo ef tte, aarcB properties to the Catholic der P3T by tbe Mexican goverameat is to , fe feDe-wed by general rebabilita- Ilea of aaaay edifices hleh were bad ly Ojmgi during tte long period of i rewohatiess. In many Instances mag , rtfieeat churches sued as har Mtta by m.idjr. Gold and silver or- ' :-&enta rare painting aad other tr : za of v;ue were stolea by sacri- , -. - vandals and probably will t-Tvr 1 recorcred. I 1 tj of tte things that Impresses - r tt to Mexico most stroa :"- lumber and bxauty of y. ---t.i rf the country, writes i- - e-ey correspondent of tbe New T 5aa. Is saining camps. t!1 - - - haciendas, at every place. In f " where tbere is human aabtta t - a church may be found. Some '. the older bcjkUngs erected la tbe arty days of Spanish con...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER !mmHammmmmmmmmaanllBmmMmnmmaK9mMimm---mm By George Agnew Chamberlain Copyright, Tbe Uobbs-MorrlU Company PART IllContinued. "Can't 1?" said Miss Thornton, with a now edge to her voice ami something In her eyes thnt made them look as though they were passing In review nil the unchaperoned years since ilrst she niado her debut as an independent millory-mnid at Mrs. Blunkum's feed house. "I shall change nothing here," she concluded. "When Unndy Mr. Kandolph comes back, ho shan't find his place cluttered with females." Mr. Mllyuns turned on her a gaze that was complex with admiration and n realization that ho was on the way to biting off more than he could chew, lie decided to sidestep. "Can you bo In this afternoon ?" he asked. "Oh, yes," said Pamela, Involuntar ily glancing at the door and betraying n half-formed Intention to watch that portal night and day until death or Sir. Robert Ilervoy Randolph arrived ; "I'll be In. Why?" "Mrs. Mllyuns and my daughter Elloen ...

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. — 28 April 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINSK TheOldahoma Miner iMiimtniiimimii!mnmmtmii Published Every Thursday 1921 APRIL 1921 KNfft Wished April, Public-: Mitnr An " ' ' nl!IIMinft!li:iIlli:ilIIIIItfIItf!ltflI!ftlini tburg Coun STATE OF OK! viiiMA, Pit- Tiber of the Oklahoma illlllilHIIIilllllitlllllHIIlIlllllliHUIIIIIins o m i w i r as A-sociatton. A. HEATHCOCK. Prop. . ..? Heathcock Publisher. v a? second -class matter r sto:!iee at Krebs. Okia . under th Act of March 3 s 13 4 11 121314 21 91 15161 STATE OF . ' ' , In (' ;: t Court PITTSDUIa Col N J V, ss: In the matter of the Ciuardian sbip of Mitchell Sinjrcr and Eva Simrcr, Minors. Notice is hereby given in pur suance of an order of the Countv 110 s 3, 117,18 19 20,21,22,231 a,urt ",f ,,J.e1c;"unt-v ' ,7- s State ot Oklahoma, made on the , 24 25 26127128:291301 -'"thy of A..m in thoun- s I I I I 5, aersienel ftIIIllflllflIllItttllItIIItltIllUIIIIllllliifftU . -r" li Ail ADYER riSlNG will be ran and charged for until or J ere :! discontinued. Advertis...

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