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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 23 June 1921

r r nKi. Am i-t a min k k Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN (Copyright, 1 t.o, i,j .1 tinea Morgan ) ANDREW JOHNSON 1808 December 29, Andrew Johnson born at Raleigh, N. C. 1826 Opened a tailor shop at Greenville, Tenn. 1827 May 17, married Eliza McCardle. 1830-33 Mayor of Greenville. 1835-39 Member of legislature. 1841-3 State senator. 1843.53 Congressman. 1853-57 Governor of Tennessee. 1057-62 Senator. 1862-5 Military governor of Tennessee. 1864 Elected vice president. 1865 April 15, took the oath as seventeenth president, aged fifty-six. 1866 April, congress overrode his veto of the civil rights bill. held ll by force of federal bayonet. Ai northern "lire paters" pressed to the front, on olio side of Hip Mason and Dixon line, southern "flrp caters" took the load on the othpr side. Hy night thp Km KImx Klnn rode their sa ble horses in n campaign of terrorism to frighten the blinks from using tho ballot. 1 l'arty and sectional polities, north and south, sttll was t...

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 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER VJj-" ", VJ "A ,., , Tf,r r Ss ' ' L r f . mtitfiZ'MY'. ' XX1K WW'NtwW ?KSTERY Vr OF Hf o o f COPYRIGHT, Bf "A MILLION!" Synopsis -In a New Tork welry stors Philip Sern. United States consular agent, notice a email box which attract him. He purchases It Later h discovers in a secret compartment a writing Kiting a clew to a revolutionary movement In thin country ostensibly seeking to overthrow tke Chilean govern ment but eMdently International ta charcter The writing mention a rendezvoui, and Severn decides to lmeaUgate Finding the place men tioned in the writing apparently de serted, kevern islts a saloon in the vicinity. A woman In the place ! met by a man. seemingly by ap pointment, and Severn, hla suspi cions aroused, follows them. They so to the designated meeting place, an abandoned Iron foundry. At the rendezvous Severn la accepted as one of the conspirators and admit ted. He meets a stranger who ap pears to recognize him. CHAPTER III Continued. He pressed 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 June 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER MEANS BIO CROP Wheat in Western Canada Has Excellent Start. Germination, in the Rich Soil of That Country, Is Speedy Farmers on Road to Wealth. It was on the 18th of May that the writer received a letter from a friend lu Western Canada dated the loth of the same month. Information whs conveyed In the letter that Its author had traveled over u considerable por tion of Western Canada, lie had co ered most of the settled portions, and from those he had not covered he had M'cured information that amplified Ids own observations of conditions throughout all the vast area of that country, lie found seeding of wheat practically completed, and placed in a bed of earth that was in a condition that warranted speedy and healthy germination. This was borne out by evidence that lie was a witness of wheat that had been in the ground four days that was already breaking through, and that which had been seeded for u week was well above the ground, the Held being as green as a new p...

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 June 1921

T II D OKLAHOMA MINER TheGklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday Established April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma IV-s-. Association. J. A. IIEATlICOvJK, Prop. iilie lleathcock Publisher. I iU t.'il ai second-class mat lor at the postoHTice at Krebs, Okia rnma, under the Act of March 3 Local New George Walker ol McAles ter was isitinyf heic Monday. Miss SeK v i Stii was in MeAlcsttr Tut -.day. 1879. All ADVERTISING will be run and charged for unlil cr dereddisconlinued. Advertising Rates !) ()! iv or plate 30c per inch eli Inti 'Aon. i tia ior Co i p ituin 10 cts. I. al Noti ;iL Ical rates and M-t due i n dciir and proof i' ''.vati n. no ads run for U Urn 23 i . -, !! AM i. INIklN I KEEP OUR SHIPS ON 1 HE SEVCtt SEAS Importers, exporters, travelers ship and sail under the Stars and Stripes NEW triumphs In sreel, aream and electricity have carried the Stars and Stripes back again to the seven seas. On more than fifty tr.iUe and passenger routes Amencin owned and operated chips,...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 July 1921

wmmmmmm mm 1 Cr r , (Vf.-- nu v n a dcd .l riT"V C a, i-Kn Knn Pnnln. ii iL. l: i .. - . mtammammmm THE OKLAHOMA MINER unLI riiiv, m ine-wi . w. ... .- . . fcMMCB uu nab im Digest circulation ot any and all other ransr, in tk ru u:j Vol. 10 OVERTHE STATE A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA OFFICER GUILTY OF THEFT Fence for a Strongly Organized Gang of Automobile Thieves Gets Five Years Tulsa. Calvin O. Brady, special of ficer acting under cover for the Tulsi police department, was convicted of receiving a stolen automobile, in dls tiict court and given the maximum of five years in the penitentiary. The state charged that Brady was a fence lor a strongly oiganized band of automobile thieves which operated in and aiound Tulsa tho past jear. It also alleged that John A. Gufaf son, chief ot police ot Tulsa, and Bay Ward and Roy Meacnam, officers of the automobile recovery department, were in a conspiracy with Brady to get stolon cars for the rowaids. Brady was charged with lorcin...

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. — 7 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ABLE TO POISONED BRAN TAKES HOP OUT OF PESTIFEROUS GRASSHOPPERS 00 HER WORK After Long Suffering Mrs. Siefert Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compoupd Pottevilto, Pa. -"I suffered with female troublo for four or five years and imrnnSMI'Bni8 vury 'rroguiar. ffM,liHiijj I was not fit to do my vuii jit uuita and took medicine from a doctor and got no benefit. I saw Lydia E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the news papers and took it and got all right, i sained twenty -u pounds or moro and am now able to do my work. I recom mend the Vegetable Compound to my friends and you may use these facts as a testimonial' Mrs. Sallie SiErERT, 813 W. Fourth Street, Pottsville, Pa. The everyday life of many housewives is a continual struggle with weakness and pain. There is nothing more wear ing than the ceaseless round of house hold duties and they become doubly hard when some female trouble makes every bono and muscle ache, and nerves all on ed...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER LAND IN DEMAND Why Western Canada Can Take Her Pick of Settlers. Opportunities and Conditions Thero Appeal to the Most Desirable Pos sibilities of Country Proved. "While Cuimrtii wimts settlers, and Is pursuing eery legitimate means to n-cuio lliem, It is realized, as pointed out by Hon. J. A. Calder, minister of immigration and colonization, that se lection is necessary, and'ln order to keep undesirables out of the country legislation Is passed that will doubt less have (Ids effect. As pointed out by the minister, the class of settlers which Canada .stands most ready to welcome are those who desire: Opportunity to acquire good farm land, either free or at a cost within their means. Opportunity to live In a country un der healthful conditions and liberal laws and among an intelligent and friendly people. Opportunity to live In a country whole children receive free public edu cation and where all children are en abled to start In the battle of life with, us nearly ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA M I N L K Five Minute Chats on Our President By JAMES MORGAN (Copyright JJ0 by lati a Mirean ) THE GREAT IMPEACHMENT 1867 March 2, congress passed the reconstruction act over President Johnson's veto. Also the tenure of office act. 1868 Feb. 22, the House Im peached Johnson. March 5o May 26, the impeachment trial before the senate, and Johnson acquitted. 1869 March 4, Johnson retired from the presidency. 1872 Defeated for congress man-at-large. 1875 March 12, senator from Tennessee. July 31, died in Carter county, Tenn., aged sixty, six. O AMUtKW JOHNSON'S presidency began Willi a great tragedy and line near ending in another. Witli a two thirds majority In congress, his opponents overrode his vetoes, seized control of leconstniction, stripped the president of Authority to dismiss a p'istmiister or to get rid of an enemy cm in his own cabinet, and bound him hand and foot. Although the president faithfully ex (iiiiid the reconstruction laws that had been passed oer his l...

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 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER N Do you know why it's toasted? To seal in the delicious Burley flavor. It's toasted. i a TheOklahoma Miner! Published Every Thursday i Established April, 12th. 1911 1 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association. . A. HEATHCOOK, Prop Cailie Heathcock Publisher. . . entered as second-class matter a acmeposcoineeacivreDS, uua-, homa, under the Act of March 3 grs-O-m., . I All ADVERTISING will be run and charged for until or dered discontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 30c per inch Each Insertion. Extra for Compsition 10 cts. Legal Notices at legal rates and account due on delivry and proof of Publication, no ads run for less thn 25 cts, J Foreign Aavi-rtimnsj RepreseiUative , THE AMERICAN PKESb A jbOUA HON I Why suffer from nerv ousness, insomnia, hy steria, nervous dyspep sia, nervous prostration or any ailment due to a disordered condition of the nerves? DE.MILES NERVINE will give you prompt and lasting relief. It produces refreshing sleep, builds up the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ' , 4 ,, tH'f &rti arAiA4zA- ft. Izr-u Vx sf H7 !f. other ilk jr, fat h ; r.jr f aofe one of 1?j ? iTtmtMl priMm of ' -A rr.rvwi twtmuf. t b vf for raw fwrarr ! fry fh orgaa&tft Jr. rht eowafry o aefc,'. where farrMvfaar to a ' part of rfc ewrritwraat am rl'. and artffcmetV. U fa earryla Inn". 'b tA garde armj fdew, aw popvfsr fa Aarica, dm only t n- wm ibwttir, hart alao to aef ;, barrier aalat w reevrrea u. tt ftfmtw. Tim aefcoof ehfldre of AaaerSra r rtmHt tMtmmi u, b t,i nm ItMtimn axrVwhvrai aefcoofa, for it.mii wan wn nrnnm m awn aewooi od arpfeaoagas 'browfh Hi agency te Jmtor tfmrltnetrt of the Aaaer l' an lied CroM. TV farm school at ftera t typical '1 these Italian ImrtitfttJon. Tier Wt t,iutn tram the streets of Home, ar orpfcans and children bo Kt r pm fittn tt, tb itttlimns vpUUemle ht trfrt Ifjiljr th- yir fiAUmtng W'trtd wr, rnt t tnghl uictU TiMttP M lri ft- roJ)mnt of nn "!rftloft wWT IfHInf wll ir-1 It tA tMm4 t, hHh fn th nrhlr r.J wp ai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 7 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER v fe-"P THE yx yJP wMnm J&NMtL pji&ish $)W$W$ffismJ AUTHOR OP I 1MIfL WMk Tim TJ?AN CZtf CAVENDISH WtkiM'J?' yip o v ILLUSTRATIONS' I gSH-JgU?) 2iO COPYRIGHT, BY RANDALL PARK15H fl j ft- f5 1 'MISS CONRAD" Synopsis. In a New York Jewelry store Philip Severn. United Stales consular agent, notices a Bmall box which attracts him. Ho purchases .It. Later he discovers In a secret compartment a writing giving a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country seeking to overthrow the Chilean government. Tho writ ing mentions a rendezvous, and Severn decides to Investigate. Find ing tho place mentioned In the writ ing apparently deserted, Severn visits a saloon In tho vicinity. A woman In tho place Ib met by a man, seemingly by appointment, and Severn, his suspicions aroused, follows them. They go to tho des ignated meeting place, an aban doned Iron foundry. At the ren dezvous Severn Is accepted as one of the conspirators and admitted. He mectB a stranger who add...

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

V I V F R r THE CENTENARY OF A GREAT AMERICAN WOMAN, MARY BAKER EDDY LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbwT tA" " "JbbbbbbL Oo Juiy !0b ' . ' of r j'j "red of tbrt.vir 4 'V '- urn txaji people iil turn ;u o ut, vm-vo-iry toward tl. Uii' fonii of Bow w Hantpafein. nlre or hundred jwo aaa was born the ctuld who la t tfcttt known to tbe word a Mary Baser Eddy, b founder and discoverer of the most remarkable 0 all modern spirtraaJ n. H-'nnt A few years aajo writer in a ?reat JyoOim ssaaarhy when euuuorbiios M.t Eddy's M--tb of dMrzcttv ilasdeal with - ' ordinary teder r -as for bomanl'y," said her "on par- uoont impute on has er bee) tie ST" of Mankind." ttfaile -r tbe aobcr eatfatafe of potf rbjbtly cadniatc the iroi ' . Ijqoumi tgsre: tb.it pass 1 n world stsx, tbo world is ' f h to accept the view of - ' joort- t nought fJ leaders 'a . , j - crest sod aod women ' ' 1 - r . iii have a more e 1 r1 . o Jlary Raker EJd. -!y few re hngttsh u- j ..ft" viore si nj (hose tat: Btrthptaee J dss...

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. — 14 July 1921

BBKPBWW' v$ ft" ki ONLY PAPER, In the CITY, of more than 3.50U. Peoples, anr has the bigest circulation of any and all oth cr papars, in the City, combind. Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 14th. 1921. Number 23 HAPPENINGS FSffl OHM STATE A REVIEW OF EVENTS Or THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA REVOLUTIONARY LANDMARKS THE OKLAHOMA MINER r n V' PATROL SYSTEM ADOPTED Four Hnrdsurfaced Federal Aid Pro jects Working in Kay County Is the Report Ponca City, Okla. Noithein Ok'a Jiomn is undergoing a levival of load building and toad repairs, perhaps the most active campaign in lecent yeais. New road building machinery is be ing installed heie and elsewhere in this district and government tractuis are being brought in to help in the "work. Representatives ot road building machine houses say the sales never weie better to townships and counties. There are three haid-sui faced, fed eral pioject loads being constructed out or Ponca 'City, at the piesent time, and one south toward Ponca City from Newki...

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. — 14 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER L FOR SPORT WEAR Sweaters in Delightful Weaves and Charming Colors. IN MAVY AND WHITE CHALLIS DARLIN TOLD BI BOON G BABY BRIGHTENS HOME I hoh You Don't Weed to Sicken, Gripe or Salivate Yourself to Start Liver. Yti bUJoo. sluggish, constipated. Tan fed headachy, row atoaach nay be aoar, yoor breath baa. four skta railow ana job Denee 70a neea tu, , (laogeroa calomel to start liver and ; bowel. ; Hera's my guarantee ! Ask your draf , rmt far a bottle of Dodaoa's Liver . Tone aad take a spooofal toalgbc If it ' 'loean't start your liTer and straigbtea you right p better than calomel and without griping or making yon sick I want yon to go back to the store and get yonr money. Take calomel today and tomorrow roo win feel weak and sick and nau seated. Don't lose a day. Take a spoonfo! of harmless. Tegetable Dod mq'i Lhrer Tone tonight and wake ap feeling splendid. It is perfectly harm leas, so give It to yoar children aaj time. It can't Urate Kind-hearted people will a...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 July 1921

wwWWBPi KtiJJi ' THE OKLAHOMA MINER mi FEDERAL GRADE IP MARKETING Organisers of Co-operit!vc Asso ciations Fail to Recognize Value of Standard. HIGHER PRICES ARE SECURED Florida Growers Pack Cucumbers Through Central Packing House Thus Insuring Uniformity of Product. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture) Growers of fruits and vegetables are appreciating more and more the benelits possible through organization in marketing their products. It Is estimated that there are 1-1,000 fanners' cooperative buying and sell ing associations In the United States of which about 2,000 represent fruit and vegetable Interests. Will Find Bureau Grader. Helpful. Where the association Is organized for the purpose of selling, the organizers often lose sight of the fact that some standard must be adopted for marketing their products. Indi viduals or organizations will find the recommended or proposed grades formulated by the bureau of markets, United States Department of Agricul ture...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 July 1921

X.-H-F.. O KI. AJI(.a,HU..J(li,0 R Q.."ia, full which had bft-n protvYunVl riital.T THE CENTENARY OF A , ' , GREAT AMERICAN WOMAN, MARY BAKER EDDY ttiraf stj)dled' idHieF JflscoVerjr flfln ill Causation ft TBfu'PnnTfiir effects 1 toenttfl ntfenorrttnR Wid That lUert? tifr i ilpfinTte?fr'iruul"1:nf wfiTchV under-- A -i- Li33("i nn to nein m tfnpnF to Tova QSH tl- $Ljnd ra'yijelgtfbor as. tnyseit"' 4' MTT ,;n.rn",-u I,,u ft" CV ttrusX nt2.'&k' ifi: flilnifin'A'tnit'fM. "Xho Tela W Batrrlalnlt from the benu- UHMit the D$"xF nine" yenrVin working I wit, VovTng" and" leaching ,tfle timth i. . !r'A" "i"'Hi:-.r."'WArtai..1 flfH4 tvateri 6T IKe Merrimack, : ?a. a. . j tut rtrntuuj flf66 31 ner aipcuver.v, vunu iiivii jiuuusuru Iter btnik. ' "Science" oIkI rTeallrh"" lit tho liir IS?.. Jtn June of Tie srnne ' yeaV she niovab,l4"slniil,tnnCts. bjfGbi grtn' Ite pyrumliL aicinorlnT hewn from iao ' (Ootiofi regular services ai ner nome i lnre8t'p1a5E "". 5--i- "." '.' 1 1 ' J fflrnmrc .eyer ...

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

THE OKLAHOMA MINEK 0 Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents By JAMES MORGAN (Copyright. 1920. b James Morgan.) A GREAT FRIEND 1861 March 4, Abranam Lincoln inaugurated sixteenth pres Ident, age fifty-two. April 14, Fort Sumter sur rendered. April 15, Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers. 1862 Sept. 22, emancipation proclamation. 1863 Nov. 19, Lincoln's Gettys burg address. 1864 Nov. 8, Re-elected presi dent. 1865 April 14, shot by John Wilkes Booth. April 15, dicrf, aged fifty-five. THE stone walh? of the White House no more shut Lincoln in from his fellows, from their hopes and sorrows and pride, than did the unhewn logs behind which he shivered in the cabin home of his youth. One night he dreamed that he was in a crowd, when some one recognized him as the president and exclaimed in surprise: "He is a very common look ins man." Whereupon he answered: "Friend, the Lord prefers common looking people. That is the reason he makes so many of them." Lincoln liked people, and he always kept ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 420 Scientists Die in 3 Years - Victims of Starvation Under Per secution of Bolshevik Regime in Russia. INTELLIGENCE NOW A GRIME Aged Philosophers Are Left to Fate Iti Dirty Prisons at Will of tho Reds Many Great Professors Among tho Victims. Now York. Seeral letters from tcleutlsts living under tho Bolshevist regime In Russia nnd other document detcriulnx the conditions under which the Russian t-clentlsts are living at li'?nl are mode public by A. J. Sack, director of the Russian Information bureau In the United States, represent ing In this countr) the Russian demo cratic antl-Uolhevlst forces. This ma terial came to Mr. Sack through Prof. Boris Sokoloff. a leading member oi the party of Soclallst-Reoluttoulst' and deputy to the First All-Russian constitutional assembly. Professor Sokoloff Is now In Prague, Ciechoslu akla. The statement says that according to official Bolshevist statistics 4) Russian Mrlentbts died of starvation during the last three years. Th n...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 July 1921

A ifra?ira'T THE OKLAHOMA MINER COULD BEAT HiDS " . i- M 7 .mMmMMWM&MMMm i By ROBERT H. MOULTON. Jj""p N DISCOVERING Anioriin, iouuunus noi oniy opene i up a ast new home for man but for insect pi-Ms of culthuted crops and do mestic animals us well. I ul ly one hundred of these foreigners have made their way to Anicrlctiii shores, und inciden tally to American gardens and lields, up to the present. They have multi plied so that today their destruction of orchards, gardens and crops is esti mated at approximately $500,000,000 n year. Their havoc would be much more than this were it not for the quarantines and control work con ducted by the federal government and activities of the states. The group of federal horticultural experts pictured herewith has just been discussing In Washington an ef fective method of lighting the pink bollworm which now threatens the cot ton of the United States. It came here from Mexico In 1917 and approxi mately $2,000,000 lins been spent to stamp it o...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 14 July 1921

T' fxyWyfFW" A THE OKLAHOMA MINER lllllllllllllltlllHIUIHIlHIIIUUIUIllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllUmilllllllllllllllllllllMQ JULY 1921 FVllllllilllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll,,Ulllllll7 Too Busy? . - jQl Too busy to go to church Sunday? Some day the angel of death will tap your shoulder. You cannot put him off. Why not cultivate the spiritual side of your nature? Tin. nA fr.mtrninr1nif.nf? "S?v rlflVS axL " " "" ' r - - t i Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat I 1 I 2 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 I 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 I 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 I 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 I 31 nlliluiil.liliiiiilllitiliiiiiitlllitltllililiilliillliilliillliiillhlllillilillllllilllliliiiiiiim J shalt thou labor and do all thy work; but the seventh day is a Sabbath" was intended for you. Cold-blooded economists tell us that men who rest on Sunday do the most work. There is a seat for you in this church. Come Sunday. Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy. In it thou shalt not do a...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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