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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 June 1921

""V IS J'' -s , Ta . ik SiTr"1 S A, ONLY PA-., iii i iu 'Ji'" m;i Lh..i ; a! -!i .i!.-..; po.ftrs, in tlu- Ciiy, comtii. Lht Vol. 10 M.mmm 1921 JUNE 1M ' TZr: i JHBP"A A' ' p u y k r u h;;! fJ UUS1 ;;nnwiiii. 1' LlhrlH;y-i 111 sun' Moi X Y VJV MM. Tue Wed lnu f" 01 . . ,i A REVIEW OP EVENTS OF V i FROM ALL SECTIONS C'-'EIL d:RCTS TRAi?:;: "Petty O'Neil la Coining Back Oklahoma to Instruct Her Braves -1 Im.:i Oklahoma Ci.y.-- Tli" army if 1 lands lilm coldly Col. J. 1'. ' tfiiior inspector-inst.uctcr of 11.. n.,jivania nriional uard. Hi Uvn whipping out the Pi n"1 1 fcr.uid lor ine last nvo y w.'.r department lr.s a. O!d:j.oinri and lie i.i ri iln' in ; ! in cm.1i;' Willi the OlJ;. !..) iV.l Sill next vwk. 'F.ghims Patsy" was -r.n rai during the worlt i -anizod the 17'Jlh brh 1. ffi division at Camp Tv;i t'jii.o, Texan, taught Hit ' (,i (toil mra haw to .".ho tluui at Hie front In Fram What the Oklahoma 1 wil.i O'Neil commanding, levy. The division was eonsm the frfflua. nl tao natio...

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. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER BEFORE and AFTER CHILDBIRTH Mrs. Williams Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Kept Her in Health Ovorpock, 0. "LvdiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound helped me both tu'iore ana aner my tal y w as born. 1 suiTcred with back ache, headache, was gmerally run down and weak. I saw Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- found advertised in he newspapers and decided to try it. Now I feel fine, take care of my two boys and do mv own work. I recommend your medicine to anyone who is ailing. 1 ou may publish my testi monial if you think it will help others. " Mrs. Carrie Williams, Overpeck. Ohio. For more than forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has boon restoring women to health who suffered from irregularities, displace ments, backaches, headaches, bearing down pains, nervousness or "the blues. ' Today there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman does not reside who has been made well by it That is why Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget...

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. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA INER FELT LIKE 1 to Take for STARS FROM ALABAMA UNIVERSITY Tlio University of Alnbnmn Is producing quite n number of athletic stars unci a great many of them are going Into baseball. In a contest recently be tween the Cleveland Indian'! and the Chicago White Sox three players from the University of Alabama participated. The photograph shows left to right. Sowell, shortstop for the Clovelands; Pratt, second baseman Chicago White Sox and Stephenson, second baseman for the Cleveland Indians. WORLD'S RECORD IS BROKEN I SIX CAPTAINS ON ONE TEAM Notre Dame Timber Topper Clips Two-Fifths of Second From Mark Made by Watt. A. G. Desch of Notre Dame, clipped (.wo-flftlis of a second from the world's record In the -140-yard hurdle event nt the I' '"M relay games at Franklin field, Philadelphia. The Notre Damo timber topper finished In 03 l-5s sec onds which Is two-fifths of n second better than the mark made by Watt MMmun ?y jSBflrajWK '4WMIMIUUH wawywn.MwMiinftiyoi)iaafc fy .'" '...

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. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINliK TOBACCO'S FOES I LOSING 0R00N0 Canvass of 7,847 Editors Shows 7,393 Communities Against Abolishing Weed. ANTIS LOSE THREE STATES. Uta., Under Mormon Influence, Only Commonwealth to Adopt Prohibi tion Measure During Year. outside f I'lnli, wheio Mormon Influence predominates," tho article cmii'liidPH, "the anti-tobacco move ment appenr, iir In the Can? of Ten nessee, Ark.ann nnd low a. to be Inn lug ground and H not to nn. cinisld erablo extent supported by the peo ple." Tbc friend of tnbnceo feel pnrtlcu lnrly elated mor this xhmvlin' Inn much as Ht'JO'-M wns tt maximum year In legislative circle w It li 4'2 state leg luturei In w-Hinn nnil tlip tobnceo sub Jppt rerehed an unusual amount of ciiii..'rIoMiiiiii "Is 101)11(500 going to lmve Its sralp added to thu belt of the prohibitionist beside that of the lamented but an jet not altogether late alcohol?" Is thu question naked by (.Inrret Smith In an article In tho current Issue of Leslie's Magazine." The writer r...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Iff sjLocal News Ten for 10 cents. Handy size. Dealers carry both. 10 for 10c; 20 for 20c. It's toasted. 1 j'lCttjCeACy. TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday Established April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. . A.-HEATHCOCK, Prop Catlie Heathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffioe at Krebs, Okia h"ma, unJir the Act of March 3 1879. All ADVERTISING will be run and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 20- pcrinch j Fon-ii n Ative r'l nv li" i i nt .t, . . THHAMLUK ANfli: '-;. ' '.AilCi I Ship and Sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world SHIPS with the Stars and Stripes blowing from their masts are once more sailing the seven seas. They are, by the Mer chant Marine Act, 1920, ultimately to be owned and operated privately by citizens of the United States." They arc American ships, carrying passengers and, as President Harding has said, ", . . carrying our car...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER lf. Tie VSTER 'wmm miy 2ftf Ww iW0A6E; ft? lis t NT , . COPYRIGHT, EY "AH, SENORITAl" Synopsis -In a New Tork jewelry store I'hillp Severn, t'nlted States consular agent, notices a email box which attracts him. He purchases It. Later he discovers In a secret compartment a writing giving a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country ostensibly seeking the overthrow of the Chilean gov ernment, but evidently International In character and In any eveqt threatening the welfare of the Unit ed States. The writer mentions a rendesvous and Severn, temporarily at leisure, determines to Investi gate on his own account. CHAPTER I Continued. 2 The whole afTnlr looked hopeless. About nil I could do would be to send the torn note to the proper authorities In Washington, wdth a statement of how It came Into my possession, and let them dispose of the matter In any way they deemed best. I wrote such a letter carefully on hotel stationery, and went down to mall It In the lobby....

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. — 9 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Yank Princess May Widow of Ralph Thomas May See Husband Acclaimed King of Albania. LOSES HEART TO PRINCE Prlncess.Vlora Is Granddaughter of Eu- gene Kelly, Millionaire Now York Banker Her First Husband Was Frank Jay Gould. New York. Princess Vlora, former y Mrs. Helen Kelly Gould nnd more recently Mrs. ltnlph Thomas, may be the ilrst American to bo addressed as "your majesty." .If she attains the throne of Albnnla, ns seems possible, she bids fair to eclipse socially Princess Annstasla of Greece, formerly Mrs. William B. Leeds, who, through her marriage to Prince Christopher of Greece, has climbed the royal ladder higher than any other Amerlcau woman. Princess Vlora is In New York "on business," while her royal consort, Prince Vlora, Is at their house In Purls arranging plans to ascend the throne of his grandfather. The father of Vlora, Ferld Pnsha, Is prime minister to Abdul Ilamld, nnd is working quietly with Turkish lead era. She Prefers Paris. "What will you d...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 9 June 1921

-' ,u -nd Smith i ;. i i tnnrly Ii .1 1 . II i.. T anute Chri-3 i ;y C;:r Pressor!;, JAMf o:v."l I ' !,., . i :r .! in- It i. ! lltMl "HVl r. ll tfi.iKl iIm' !.' p : ny rv ' I tii" and i I . i i , - ;. I". !l A NK' - r "lI V 111 i ;.. w-!t t hi Th. vcii; of tho yuM or.od out ilimi hint hut in his romnlotO rv , ! : i l . "uv ju . vcr i m h'. . iin.-li atii.a. rJre i I tr i Si . i i'.Ue j 1 '. i , she ' ' m,l liq j r, th . x'c HoiiS i - a ' ' iv. ortl ' ' ... Tec i ' .:;-s ir i t I iy rtrike . w-cd .. LmII. v .pa ' .Mr his ec.e . ts rrsi i. 1i . ' cf K t Frei O . .-ge : ' i.'. !. v ' Ir l,, ' fo j r ; . N-V. V A ! i i k ' i .;i lu.-tnn. i' t :iultinj i . '. tho oil .. of N- nil.'d i..ito . . i for ,'Mly :: . '.h l- "V -1 itll c in; ' . i h ' . ' rr.iv i-V' :.' ii in - -.'i 1 .a- l!l 1 '-J- J- J I ' . .-.It .. - ..n . - L. Ne V "$ 1 3to . i i i. V.Tfi .IS! Ii .v'AK : ? s. " :-v d a - 1 ;c" - 1 ; tt. '-3Li X a s.:uvNif: nvj.H . "1 m h "if " t! - K'P'"li".tw .(" ; " ..o -.-.'. -c .-, '. ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 16 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER OP4LY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anH has the bigesl circulation of any and all oK. iu n- i i s "" 7 rtna ai1 otner papers, in the City, ccmbind. Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THUKSIUY, JUNE ICth. 1921. Number li) LCIIIHIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIHK.IIIMIIIIIIIIllllH. 1921 HAPPENING S FROM ER THE STA A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA TRIBAL FUftDS TO BE USBD $1,000 Monthly Not Sufficient For , Some Of The Young Full Bloods I It Is Stated Ponca City, Arummulated mon ies and new incomes of restricted Osage Indinns a,e being used with which to pay their old indebtness un der provisions of the now congres sional art which extends the Osage trust period to 19-16. A circular letter lms just been issued by J. George Wiight, the Osage agent, requtting all persons who have Osage accounts on then books to lile lh6m by June 15 and all such when properly attested will be paid as rapidly as accumulat ing fu...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 16 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Back Giving Out? T a mntruif hack-uJH- cpoiliti)? '-ur summer " 1 tdiarp pun- niili "ii at even iniit n move Aic jmi Uu'J and downlicirttd tni cm In nil) k'tp going v Likoi) joor kitnu hue flowed up. cutting an accumulation ot noion that veil kidrw) nould have nlterrd off. If K any wonder you fael ao tired and dtrri,l xnd hrto head ache. di all and annming Mad der irn-iiil iritis t'w nMi' JHd ney J'Uli KxM't hive hrlped thou sands. Ask jrutw ni'njhbor! An Oklahoma. Case Mm O E. BoffRi. M. li tth St., Tul sa. OK 1 1 . "- a "My kidneya were iik and 1 had e-i-Te hakachea and flt nn run Anxi n I 1 iM scarcely keep re frequent and a tlon of my . idneys hub trrexu- ll ir I uaed Doan a (lirei teil nm Ihev Iff 1 me In- roprvln the back- achea ana strwiRtliening my kidne)S." Get Don' at Any Store, 60c a Dot DOAN'S K11D1XCSY FOSTER. M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO. N. Y. WvFA W- gaSfi Kliliif fills as Have you tried the new 10c package? Dealers now carry both; 10 for 10c, 20 for, 20c....

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 16 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER KILL1 OSE IF CALOMEL Says Drug Is Mercury and Acts Like Dynamite on Your Liver. Dodson is making n linrd fight ngainst calomel In the South. Every druggist has noticed a great falling on In the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason, Dodson's Liver Tone Is taking Its place. "Calomel is dangerous and people know It, while Dodson's Liver Tone is perfectly safe and gives' better results," said a prominent local druggist. Dod son's Liver Tone is personally guaran teed by every druggist. A large bottle costs but a few cents, and if It fails to give easy relief in every case of liver sluggishness and constipation, you have only to ask for your money back. Dodson's Liver Tone Is a pleasant tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick head ache, acid stomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause Incon venience all the next day like violent calomel. Take a ...

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. — 16 June 1921

T II U OKLAHOMA MINbK c Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN Wanted:-- Local ntfont to rep- (Copyright i.,i b Jna Morgan ) ULYSSES S. GRANT 0 1S22 April 27. Hiram Ulysees Grant born at Point Pleas ant, O. 1839 Enrolled at Wtit Point Military academy as Ulysses Simpson Grant. l$4-8 In the Mexican war. 1848 Aug. 22, married Julia Dent. 18SJ Resigned from the army. 1861 Colonel of Twenty-flnrt Illi nois volunteer regiment of Infantry. 1801 August, brigadier general. 1862 April, fought battle of Shi. loh. 1863 July 4, took Vicksburg. 1S44 March, lieutenant general In command of the armies. May, opened his campaign In the Wilderness in Vir ginia. 185 April 9, received Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House. 1869 March 4, inaugurated eighteenth predent, a&ed 5. 1872 Grant re-elected. The Credit Mobiltcr scan dal exposed. 1S76 February, "whisky ring" exposed. March, Belknap, secretary of war, impeached. 1877 March 4, Grant retired from the presidency. The -whisky rlna...

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. — 16 June 1921

T H E OKLAH O M A WIMWWIMIIIMI Hill I tf ! . i.i MINER Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents --VNN By JAMES MORGAN (Copyright. 1920, by Jamei Morgan.) SLUGS AND ARROWS 1877-10 Grant's tour of the world. 1IS0 June, defeated for nomi nation for third term In Republican national con vention. Entered the firm of Grant &, Ward, bankers In New York. 1881 Failure of Grant & Ward. Grant began to write his "Personal Memoirs." Af flicted with cancer of the throat. 1885 March 4, Congress revived the rank of General for him. July 23, died at Mt. McGregor, N. Y., aged six-ty-three. Qz of Ins "Mi'tnolrs," although ho was re duced lo (lie nwcwlty of whispering hii dictation in the enr of a stenog rapher. Finally he was left speech-' less, and had to write out the closing' chaplers on a pad In his lap. I At the cointnir of summer, he was i taken up state to a cotlaxe on Mt. Mc Gregor. There he silently welcomed, as he sat on the piazstn, the visitors who came to see him. among them Gen eral S...

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. — 16 June 1921

Jf THE OKLAHOMA MINER 1 ADVICE FOR MOTHERS DEMPSEY'S FAVORITE "RABBIT PUNCH" REGARDED AS ILLEGAL f i i Reds Inflict "Third Degree" Brooklyn Communist Tells of Tor- ture in Russran Prisons to Force "Confessions." MEETS DEPORTEES IN JAIL Found Twenty Men Shipped Out of ihe United States in Various Pris ons In Moscow Many Promi nent Men Also Prisoners. Itevtl, Esthonla. The worst phnae of Imprisonment in Moscow Is sot the possibility or probability of execution, but the dally attempts made to wring confessions from the prisoners, says Dr. -Morris Zucker, a Brooklyn com munlat, who arrived here recently af ter having served four months In the Russian jails. Zucker was sentenced In New York In 1010 to 0 years' Imprisonment for eedltion, but was deported instead. Speaking of the life of the prisoners In the principal political prison at Mos cow, which Is called the "O. 0. V.," he said, "the dally thlrG degree to which prisoners are subjected If they are sus pected of a serious political c...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 16 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER The Mystery of THE PLOTTERS. Synopsis. In a New Tork Jewelry store Plillip Sovern, United States consular agent, notices a small box which attracts him. He purchases it. Later he discovers In a secret compartment a writing giving a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country ostensibly seeking to overthrow tha Chilean govern ment but evidently International In character. Thq writing mentions a rendezvous, and Severn decides to Investigate. Finding tho place men tioned In the writing apparently de serted, Severn visits a saloon In the vicinity. A woman In tho place is met by a man, seemingly by ap pointment, and Severn, his suspi cions aroused, follows them. CHAPTER II Continued. The street wns deserted and rain swept, tho few lights showing mere pln-prlcks In the darkness. I plunged straight across the street, as though headed for tlio nearest car line, and then. In the shnde of darkness, re traced my steps, passing the corner, until I attained the side entra...

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. — 16 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA II I NEK j PwriihedmTHEOiLAHOMA ' Hmmt May Jane 2 1 I it t Hatreyoo tried the new 10c package? Dealers nam carry both; 10 far lflc, 20fbr20e, ThOUahoma Miner Z . . --. Ar... lilt.. lail A - -r of the Oklahoma J . -. .' : ':. '" H O . K , i'r.li -Ir.terwJ a ecnr.4-iaKA..r it the pwt.fSre a, rlrebs. Ofcia-.-.i .i'. lr .'.' V ' ifarea " 73. ADVERTISING .-ili be Aahrtt&mm mUtm r Aplajr or piat 2? periBeb ut?xz rws o ra sm srt I Importers, expo lets, traveler atrip and nil under de Scarf and Stripes XIEWutw- in ati. arcaaa and saettr-ca hare earned aW Sum and Smhibedt again toAcirrtnKM. Oil autre dun aVry nad and rasarrscf toote Amenrm owned antf operated ships, fyiftf the R tealy to tarry f owr acod or to carry yon, to every iorogn bod. They r apltdd ships, the pvkfe of AaacrKan fjrtwa. de signed and equipped to five the savat paascnerr comfort. anrvfce and aefery, and to bartdle yoor goods u the moat cconoaakal saay. Operator of Pawragrr Aanairal Urn, 17 Sum Screes. Ne...

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. — 23 June 1921

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anrl has the bigest circulation of any and all nil,,. . n, r-) u- j , y UIU nu oilier papers, in the City, combind Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23rd. 1921. T Number 20 CDnitA ao mum II THE STATE A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA 24 MORE ARE INDICTED Total of Indicted Persons Mounts to 88 Is Statement At Case Is Set Aside Tulsa, Okla., Twenly-1 our more in dictments growning out or the Tulsa race riots' wore returned by the grand jury investigating the outbreak to Dis trict Judge Valijean Biddison. War rants for arrests weie to be issued. It was understood that a number 01 whites weie Included In the list and that they were charged with lootln and aison. No peisons ot piomin cuco aside from negro leaders haM1 yet been nnmed it wa underttood trom ofticial sources. So far 88 indictments havo been re lumed and ol these the vast majon ty are Tor negroes, It is understood. Pew of the negroes indicted have bten locat...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 23 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER BRADY THINKS CARPENTIER WILL BE NEXT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION HOW WOMEN AVOID Some Are Extremely Necessary, Others May Not Be Every Woman Should Give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Trial First Cigarette To sea I in tho delicioqs Burley tobacco i.dvcr, IS iiVi-Wi-Ma.. tfrfotCVr-y COCKROACHES EASILY KILLED TODAY BY USING THE GENUINE Stearns' Electric Paste Alo SDRK DEATH to Watcrbos Acta IUU tod Mice Tb besU ara tb frmalest carriers ol itj and MlM HE UILLKD. Tbex destrof bMb fowl and prvtrtj IMrKtlocs It IS Unfnages In erery box. Hidr fi.rete-twaB.icjSicarjdHiC. V. H. OarernmeDt baji It, Protect Your Life Home and Business . T, I!.11 Xeel eafo " Protected by tt r ,!. lo "eVMer or Automatic Pistol, o Li cn 3ve you money on Colta. amith & . esson and lower priced revolvers and automatics of reliable Catal9' Wme t0day f0r prlcos and , WOLF & KLA.R rrVJa,'Urr.ers' Acenu for Firearms 1605 Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas TOO LATE Death only a matter of short t...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 23 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER DODSON WARNS You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead Cnlomel salivates! It's mercury.! Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug glsh llve When calomel conies Into contact with sour bile it crashes into it, causing cramping anil nausea. If you feel bilious, headachy, con stipated and nil knocked out, just go to your druggist and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tono for n few cents, which is harmless vegetable substi tute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and If it doesn't start your if Chill Tonic . Wafds Off Malaria and Restores Strength. Try It - If Dot void hr roar 4rnrUt, vrlU Try This. To prevent the gloss coming off of your white paint wash it with milk and a little soap. That will be much cheaper than repainting and is effec tive. Every department of housekeeping needs Red Bross Ball Blue. Equally good for kitchen towels, table linen, sheets and pillowcases, etc. NOT HARD TO MAKE CHOICE Probably Lester Could H...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 23 June 1921

X I, A F " : A M I ?; IJ R ,i,V-i(i REVOLUTIONARY LANDMARKS Do you know you can roll cgartlcsfor fOcis ffrn on bd of IRufS&t ii-vi '--' j& jLt iJm mmsmM Cptr ft .re sit ti- man -j,wi h- r; - .. -- i, r . ..,, , . ,., , ----...- ... -...; a,x,- ,i' !' Vtf r.rr&rl K Jl -.- .. . at Le.iar. ii vi. "T- ine "mr.rton houae. wlltc! fc b-a careful:-. ;-&ri-.i I"-I'f f ----, ... w iiuS'Jiir ill!. . w at'.-.r.r'r'n r'a-J-ycirters . . .r.n .:v. 5..C-. r , 'a J?!00 - ,.V?" o-cry atr, ure was the ..artr. of Gr? e -.-.r,. am .s td to b a Ld to.Ujr aj whn built. 5 F. 'Ine Brin-b gnwernment now pot Indirns from Canada Into north r mh a strong effort to reduce tlie New York to form a junction with t:.. etwooies ro almus.si'o. An army of British on the Hudson and senarv How Great j-m . A -'-Ww. including 17.000 German mer- , New England from the rest of t',. Vf - J 5 -ewli "Ilesffan-), was sent under confederacy. Af--r two sharp cciioi s v3LM ' CJCTIP r .-" roBnn,l-of Sir William Howe ...

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