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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 July 1921

HfgA THE OKLAHOMA MINER ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.50U. Peoples, anrl ha the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in th City, combine). Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 21st. 1921. Number 24 APPEN1NPS FH OVER Hi STAT A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA 50,000,000 BUSHELS YIELD Tht Ii Estimate of President White hurst, Md Recently Jt Is SalU Oklahoma Cfty, Oklahoma's 1921 Wheat yield will be 50,000,000 bushels according to an estimate given out by J A. Whltehurbt, president of the 'state board of agriculture. Whitehnrst doesn't make the estimate as an offi Cial one to be banded out by the crop reporting service of the federal gov ernment with which he is connected, but ho declared. 60,000,000 bushels were a conseivativo figure. Texas county will be the banner county of the state this year with 6,000,000 bushels of the state's wheat to its credit, according to Whitehurst. The wheat jield in 1920 was 55, 000,000 bushels and that of 1910 was 06,000,...

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 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 4 LACK OF PACKAGE UNIFORMITY MEANS MONEY LOSS FOR BUYER Lucky TRIKE cigarette Says You Cannot Gripe, Sicken, or Salivate Yourself if You Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead CALOMEL DANGER' -r 5r-.k rv V S """-"' 5J JitK iP aw tsi 1 'fim -.--; :4 i u tj y n mm c ii i "j .. i i 1 1 a a i Tfiamm.. 4iml MustedJ lUJPJI (ft $trf?H&Q32' KJLi 7 Prtrerve mad keep ail aootseiold" Eaen Kpodessly wiuts im4 ia perfre: costdxdoa zss Red Cross Ball Blue is q: Izsusdry ceesy weak. Kodnae ebewiH tafcs is pises 2ad aodiinjr eite k jmx as oc. A2 grocers, Sc Cuticura Soap SHAVES Without Mug Lucky Daddy. Wbea CUreLoe vrM 4 sjnaii bey be diibted la bavins some ooe call up tW aOce and let him talk to bis father over tbe pbooe. One day, when tralt lr expectantly to bear hla father's faaaiUar voice, U was his father's te orrapber who ansvrered. She said: "Why. Clarence, he Isn't la Jost now. Is there anything I could do for jonV CUreoce was sUrhtly pozzled, bat answered quickly: "Well,...

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 July 1921

A THE OKLAHOMA MINER SYMPTOMS WOMEN DREAD Mrs. Wilson's Letter Should Be Read by All Women Clearfield, Pa. "After my last child waa born last September I wa3 unablo to do all of my own work. I had severo pains in my left side every month and had fever and sick dizzy spells and such pains during my periods, which lasted two weeks. I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound doing others so much good and thought I would crive it a trial. I have been very glad that I did, for now I feel much stronger and do all of my w i I tell my friends when they ask m. whc t helped me, and they think it must Lr a grand medicine. And it is. You can use this letter for a tes timonial if you wish. " Mrs. H ARltY A. Wilson, R. F. D. 5, Clearfield, Pa. The experience and testimony of such women as Mrs. Wilson prove beyond a doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound will correct such trou bles by removing the cause and restor ing the system to a healthy normal con dition. When such symptoms ...

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. — 21 July 1921

THE G X . . :i 'j V. A - Fhm Minute Chats cm Onr President Br JAMES aaOaaGAK tO- nr. .ht. fcr imaam Kstvaa.) ur rooM oasctmrrr I . .. .... H ' OmeianC toem ait CaM- ! rm. aL i. : ttH Am affiet bay ia BwCml ( taw vffiUK. aaa-whssSstat't awstoHcs: attamsy f Erie cautity. ttTftdeetetf sfeerisT. Wt Cc4ed rejjv f Bvffat. HMt2 Cctei gsmrmar. Hit tBfrti 4. Arvvar CteviaMl prtaiSMBt. apsa" forty whjl N I; ' sir t 4 v V- in- ' '.' T.t 'It- 4 ' ' . ' ?r i' ' - i . Or ' It'. " - v ; in - " i iV.SW'rittji Cleveland at Sheriff. ' film outMl hi tJi'luliliiirlirMx wire ti sloljj-hamrncr vi'tnH from the i .i .ii'.i e only two years before hi ! i in 'be presidency. " The whole tni , v ;w York stopped to listen tn h binding whacks and next the who '.iiutry took notice. T -u iden. the theatrical rise of the i . n was not a mere caprice, a Mini I - i nke of Jack. On the contrary, It- - nominated and elected presl ) nl ' ;iuse he wax the logical, cora ruoit ii, ' cholre; because this on I. no' n, ii Mit...

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. — 21 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER AS TIIK Democrats had lost power under u bachelor president, James lluclinnnn. tho.v rosnlnod It nftnr n quiuter of u century under another1 T,,L,re hml bl'on on,v ono mnrrlngo bachelor president. That strange ' 'f H I's'deut, ainl John Tyler was a Incidence was brought to an end i,y.'wWower' w'r ' wine of the ro (iiovoinn.rs miiri-inm. in i. ,.,t mance out of the occasion. For the year of his administration. From the day Cleveland entered the executive mansion at Albany, gossip busily madu matches for him with ono after another of the eligible women who appeared at his receptions. A spe cial favorite of those persistent ru mors was the pretty widow of one of his old law partners, Oscar Folsom, whose home was one of the few homes in Buffalo where thi.s unsocial person had been In the habit of visiting. It was not suspected that all along his own choice had been the daughter rather than the mother. Mrs. Folsom and her daughter word guests of the president and Miss ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 July 1921

iPV THE OKLAHOMA M J H K K -S t kee --r '-uur fc suu-rjvr vf our prea t fUitr'. rXj of iute la ft win K' O isfirt!- Tbey w be'-d tbt a iww v? hu&m our or snais fa. -ivxka. UrouaH about Vj tie fvk Moarwttbf awsSbodsof t fciia uuC ttttl tUroftg wMM uriea. Luflfrw fearbaa. is NVer . JVOS W f d tkeT. rtei tt ftent tlaw -tfflsi as ym6 ysrS mn of tb nitaftrsfiiiftniy ftborc f4 of 1 l "ujir ummma L tint ee4 warn. bw froeooinw aS0br I k 4ryrteMJ0Mll to CoJKenuia w Ws. w f tb mm v Vl tb vtam ""- W, lss jns fceo m4. ft wa tb arras lufin. soys Mr. tMrtr. b gave v. b l Jtftwr vsa, A soost feovwtasd erw w . it wm fb toOkm b UtrnA tW wbl MTrrws iw kmh J. A !.. t ami 4ere4 tt Urt -, Or, to ( ' ft the flUer way aro4. H w ib deatre of tte bwJJaa fm a lo4 j oteftt Mke tbta dutt 4 tlte tot trim, ly (rbdaaJ adayrartow. M dca aaalce, Oa Mr. ftrbaftlTa farm tbarw owa. VAr. tbls aasae UMeeta tb tbe !& fomod. It bear 'lftjr aata witk two swws of eora-Hka trwetsy a w4 tb tUfoeas of a tea p. m4 irvm ...

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

I THE OKLAHOMA MINER "Writes Finis to Gu fey tV- Wall Street Once More Puts Her Quietus on Man Who Was Too Ambitious. HIS STORY IS SENSATIONAL Nephew of Colonel Guffey, Who Made and Lost Many Fortunes, Himself Did Some Very Spectacular Things With Oil Stocks. New York. When the directors re signed the other diiy nnd the Tide water Oil company, n Standard Oil subsidiary, thus got control of the Guffey-Gillesple Oil company, Insiders know Wall street once more had writ ten "finis" to the career of a man who "hit off more than he could chew." The victim was Joe Guffey, more formally Joseph F. Guffey of Pitts burgh, and fully described thus: President of the Guffey-Gillesple Oil company, with leases covering 220,000 ucros In the Mid-Continent and Texas Holds. President of the Atlantic Gulf Oil corporation, controlled by the Atlantic, Gulf & West Indies Steamship lines and operating around Tampico. President of the Colombia syndicate, controlled by Guffey-GUlespie and "Agwi" and owni...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 21 July 1921

f ' V1 Lit IK f 921 JULY 1921 Poo Busy? isnunffipprE T j r ri Sst TlJc." - . ' 1 ' 2 .; l 1 SufcMcr. I 3 j 4 J 6 7 8 9 ii 110 11 12 13,14 15,16 I 3 17 ' 1C '19 20 21 '22 23 ! 1 u - csnd r: "Six (Hys VI ik ' - -iff nnn I-1 , t , M .u v.ort ' ut ! e sevch - sfc wffis -y o I 24,25 26,27,28 29 30 I 1 31 5aSF r ? ti -,,-. ::.-M 0 . s ,U ADVERTISING will be r-n charged for until rr- 'en aJ 'erti ng Rate " as. " m s rate i and i I i rati msn m Mar v r ira th. m "orfu O d-hlooded -i -s . . . o rest on Sunday do T ere ij a scat for joa in t s c mrch. Cone Sunday. ''Sir1- a.' tt'hc'j In a ' iha ' not da -- y-orfe. L Ycrr Best Armies A. it. h,ri vru i j, - or wo' or ' mber ect to et l" - juu ' f(j,a' -t t the sa' ov r Real Ch ' ' '-, y on t .. z."u ir o d t cen The Go1 Jen Rule Woncs in IZ ' tcss Treat v ur fd'o mar fari; ar j . I e j '' fair trea'nent cu receive m ret 1U l of i Bible are eternal Know them, f jii w tu n v -- regret your action. Regular church a ten ia - t your determination to...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 July 1921

T r :; ; ITHKLAHOMAMINER ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.50U. Peoples, anr has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 10 ' ICREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY 28th. 1921. Number 25 7 HAPPENINGS FMM OVER 1HE STATE A REVIEW OF EVENTS OF THE WEEK IN OKLAHOMA EXPECTS 50,000 VISITORS Three-day Birthday Party to Bs Con. tiftUous Round of Free Attractions Lnwton, Oklahoma Lawton is ex pecting 50,000 visitors to the three-day celebration It is planning for the 20th anniveruary of the opening of the Kiowa-Comanche country, August 4, 5, and business men of the town have subscribed a fund of $6,000 to pay the expenses of the celebration and arc devoting three days to the celebration whereas, in former years they have given but a single day. There will be four free attractions going all the time and 3 bands will furnish music during the thiee days of the celebration. Que of these will he the boys' band from Ilobart, which won the prize at the distric...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ' kmgjjk Passenger Cars' KTS THE PACE aild 1 HICKS 53rrl Yi.nr OUT IN S BREAKS ALL RECORD SEK OUK PAYMENT PLAlf OLDSMOBILE MOTOR CO. Jene N. Tucker, Pica. nd Oen. MgT. 1016-18 N. Broadway Oklahoma City AND FO TAN LA mm rtA "-uu""u v T Amazing Success Achieved by Celebrated Medi cine Not Only Phenomenal, But Unprece dentedOver 20,000,000 Bottles Sold in Six 'Years Foreign Countries Clamor for It. Never before, perhaps, in the history of the drug trade has the demand for a proprietary medicine ever approached the ' wonderful record that is now being made by Tanlac, the cele brated medicine which has been accomplishing such remark-; able results throughout this country and Canada. As a matter j of fact, the marvelous success achieved by this medicine is not j only phenomenal, but unprecedented. Th first bottle of Tanlac to reach ttie public aa sold jost a little ever H!i years ago. Its success tras Imme diate and people everywhere were quick to recognise It as a medi...

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. — 28 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER Get Back Your Health Aro you dragging around day after day with a dull bnpkncbc? Aro you tired and Inmo mornings subject to headaches, dizzy spells and sharp, stab bing pains. Then there's surely some thing wrong. Probably it's kidney wcaknofcsl Don't wait for more seri ous kidney trouble. Get back your health and keep it. For quick relief get plenty of sleep and exercise and ue Doati's Kidney Pills. Thev have helped thousands. Ask your neighbor I An Oklahoma Case W. T. Williams, prop, laundry, Main St, Tecum- seh, Okla., says: I "My kidneys Tsero I weak. Then again Jlho socrotlons ?vould be scanty Pand painful. My back ached con siderably and I felt 'dull and tired. I "usod Doan's Kld- ,ney Pills and they jtixed me up In good shape." Get Doan't at Any Store, COe a Box DOAN'SSIV FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. New Shoes Old Shoes Tight Shoes Wk all feel the same) if you shake) into them S some ALLEN'S F0OTEASE The Antiseptic, Ilcalinfj Powder lor the Feet Takes...

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 July 1921

Tin: o k 1, mi on a min 12 k 6fr GENUINE M BULL DURHAM tobacco makes 50 good cigarettes for ivc Atj(MtMw.tfBayv Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents sr-sr. By JAMES MORGAN (Copyright. ICO. by Jam Morgan.) CLEVELAND CAME BACK 183 March 4, Grover Cleve land inaugurated a second time, aged fifty five. May, a great panic began. July 1, Cleveland went under surgical operation for cancer. Oct. 30, The Silver act re pealed. 1894 July 4, Cleveland sent troops to Chicago to inter vene in railroad strike. Aug. 27, the Wilsen-Oor-man tariff became law without president's signa ture. 1895 Feb. 7, Cleveland made arrangement wjth J. P Morgan and others for protection of gold reserve. Dec 17, sent in his Ven czuela message. 1908 June 24, Cleveland died at Princeton, N. J., aged seventy-one. (In 7 i ( Ki'.i ofr nn Tori Vol un til in n ji'nrs li i I pHMd was It known that wfcen congress assembled he fared It with a ruliber Jaw. t nder the-preure of the president, the Silver net was repealed, but only...

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. — 28 July 1921

" " ii ' u iJW"H I A R II 01 The Oklahoma JU n MJ J l .btate DAY Celberation jt 'iuj3tt r World's Cotton Crop Fair and Ex- -aiiabu- k t e Wc!'u L,-'. JV te, arM P Estimate-. I nu ', pedltlOn. , Mates Dejarti.iem of Vruul i turc, the world production of cot llcim of thrill will be given pounds irross wrirtit 5 vl o those ho attend the fifteen-I Set) ; I'SSd JSS iSSimv th annual Oklahoma State Fair I India, ZQToCOO E m rZSUtti , , , , r" i -- iw vci. , orazu, IUU.USU: Mexico IfkSffYl-' -km :. b-v Lieut. Emerson and his Peru. 1 57,000 : al Z 400000 .' I 1 l ing Circus. Lieut. Emerson I total w.,,w o ic KT W'0UI-! LalwrHai il,i, Al. ! Is k originator of loopinr the '-HI! ' day. Tucdax and ' ,. V ! -P Wh,,e 5tann? " on top ' r lc , .. September 5 - l2 ITrebt S nV"01 ?e " LCal Stck Mai'ekt ... ... uuMumi mill UtR'IMUC I LT - T wing walking, changing planer I Knfsf Clty Llv Stock Bulletin in mid-air while traveling at tkIL.Ma.rket compared with lat rate of eighty miles an hour a well as ma...

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 July 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER IMPORTANT NEED FOR MORE TREES Three-Fifths of Primeval Forests Have Been Cut Away, Says Forester Greeley. SUPPLY OF WOOD NECESSARY Despite Fact That Many Substitutes Have Been Devised Demand for Timber Continues to Grow Much Land la Idle. rreirel by tlie United State Depart ment of Agriculture.) Timber depletion has now reached n point In tills country where three fifths of the primeval forests are gone and whore 01 per cent of the timber that Is loft Is west of the Great Plains, Col. W. B. Greeley, chief forester, for est service of the Department of Agrl tultiire of the United States, recently told the members of the Chicago As sociation of Commerce. Liberal use of Americnn forests was n necessary part of the commercial growth of this nation, Colonel Greeley believes, but reforestation should have been practiced, if not from the start, it least In late years. There is an abundant area of forest land in this country to support all industries, and a liberal supply...

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

f . 'H ; .' . ' , " THE OKLAHOMA MINER uJP!fiTO)!, rAS UV tf CAVENDISH nBI' ? Illustrations- 1 yfi-WA ' J ,WEIL 8 i-HSy ttiO COPYRIGHT, EY RANDALL PAR.ftl5H '-- i MURDER! Synopsis. In a New York Jewelry store Philip Severn, United States eoiiaula- agent, notices a small box which attiacts him. lie purchases It. Later he discovers In a secret compattment a writing giving a clew to a revolutionary movement In this country seeking to overthrow the Chilean government. The writ lii mentions a rendezvous, and Severn decides to Investigate. Find ing the place mentioned In the writ lag apparently deserted, Severn visits a saloon In the vicinity. A' voman In the place Is met by u man, seemingly by appointment, and Severn, his suspicions aroused, follows them. They go to the des ignated meeting place, an aban doned lion foundry. At the ren dezvous Severn Is accepted as one of the conspirators and admitted. He meets a stranger who addresses him as Harry Dalj The Incident Plays Into Severn's ha...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 28 July 1921

T II 13 O K I A II O TwT A lur T fvT t r r.... & i J1921 JULY 1921 1 WOODRO WILSON'S ADMINISTRATION. """""""" nillimilllllllllHIIIIIiniiiiiimiimmniiimiimill AINU ACHIEEVMENTS. -- J.wxi i iiis uu an i y i H'4. o 1 -" . xjiij. Ail .ja r WOOlROW IT,SOV Um.VISimT.ON Avn A,.. i llWV ll IB i V yJ 'I Mj. BB-es To t 'jgjln the cJelk mjg Qurlay tobacco ftavor. TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday W tblished April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma i'M-i Association, J. A. HEATUCOvJK, Prop. Cailie Heathcock Publisher. at the Doatoffice at lvrnh. Ok.. dama, under the Act of March 3 1879. All ADVERTISING will be run and charged for until or dereddiscontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 30c per inch Each Insertion. Extra for Compsition 10 cts. Legal Notices at lejral rates nnH account due on delivry and proof of Publication, no ads run for less thn 25 cts, rlTVSn l! v-t'L" Rprerntiiive I It's Toasted XjJ ttm. .,. eaC tee, 3 rr-r 1 AiBfLRTt,pK&STJ5U,fioN Ji ,,,L,"ausear''y...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 August 1921

T ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anrJ has the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th. 1921. Number 26 OKLAHO M M INER IX VETERANS CUT OFF CLAIM THAT PAYMENTS ARE ILLEGAL IS ANNOUNCED AS REASON PROTESTS POURING IN FAST Ex-Service Men Attack Comptroller General's Tecnical Interpretation '-ofWhmhThousands Depend For Allowances Washington, Thousands of world war veternns have been cut off from compensation for permanent total ris ability as a result of a ruling by Com ptroller General McCarl, it became known recently. Mr. McCarl, Avho recently appoint ed under the budget law, decided that the war risk bureau's regulation per taining to total permanent disability in certain cases was not authorized by the war risk insurance law. Pay ments amounting to several million dollars, if is understood are illegal, and, under McCarl's ruling, monthly allowances for this class of disability must ceas...

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. — 4 August 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER HOW WOMEN OF MIDDLE HGE May Escape the Dreaded Suf ferings of that Period by Taking Mrs. Block's Advice Hopkins, Minn. "During Change of Life I had hot flashes and suffered for two years. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound advertised in the paper and got good results from taking it. I recom mend your medicine to my friends nnd you may publish this fnct as a testi monial. " Mrs.lton eht Block. Box 542, Hopkins, Minn. It has been said thatnotone woman in a thousand passes this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes nainful symptoms. Those dreadful hot flashes, sinking spells, spots before the eyes, dizzy spells, nervousness, arc only afew of the symptoms. Every woman at this age should profit by Mrs. Block's experi ence and try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound will help you, write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., ab...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 4 August 1921

HHHiiHHHiHHHHHHHHBK THE OKLAHOMA MINER TELL 'EM TO Gay Colors in ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine MjiTMl KWMUM' New Wa rtt Every Time I Sit Down to a Juicy Steak Now I Give Thanks to Tdnlac, He Declares. "Every time I sit down to a Juicy htcak. now I give thanks tu Tanlac for taking mo off that milk and mush dint I had to lho on for a jear," said Joseph It. Tow ns, the w ell know n and popului propiletor of the Sanitary Me it Market, of Marshall, Mich "I had stomach tiouhlu of the worst soit and was going down hill ho fast I thought I would hae to give up my business I was so neivous and won led I dreaded to see night tome, as it meant little foi me and then In the morning I was so fagged out 1 dieaded to go to m market "The money I spent foi 'limine was tho best lnvestinint I ever made 1 necr dreamed a medicine could do the work It did for me Three bottles w as all I ii( eded to make mo as sound as u dollar I neer felt better or more like woiking in nij life than I do right now 1 ea...

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. — 4 August 1921

THE OKLAHOMA if I N k rt Doycukr?ow c-j can roll agar? -73? c.is ba of 40 Acre r '. '.., ' '' TO W.'.1? Bf Wn ril hi ; ! --.rfi. 3 -ft f t-jr ,- r r; Vj W. A C in r!n p-lroini'trAti'm the MrKn!y ' .- K -iT r- infTWTr35 '' " - . V- - n tiiffi r - I bv .- ; r- .. r-...m gwp ., TijjiA- e - 4- "N fr'Tf .. AJH .- '- .:3 t.Cii-H GENUINE ,--. T03ACCO Five Minute Chats on Our Presidents 1: 18&:- : 1881-:-. Cc, ore, b- gad'er Civif w: - 188"r In f: L i States se-- :&.: t.- - . -tu -J cesidr t .' 3 j' ef f. r;-five. -" . rated f..- re-e!e- pr - ' -,:e h' f ft: " ;' s-"m'mF TC' :x. " s;t-k: r 3 I'. -f p. r;f-rr -:-.-! r , -ir..l f1- - r'jr-r Pan- L; ,:.. . Arr-ii.nn coavr'-a hafHly b4rns In t-, u. L ttu - -r-. - - . ----- "' -rt -T-- -- :; -: - r '. -. .: - h" h? f sa In the WL;te II uf In c.i.l aiof- " Bess. I-1 With the cry of "God hto the or- n p:-;' ' - I: " , . - z ) - i .'.--trv ; I ,-.-- ".'- a- : "- - r: ' propria "i"?.-! f In? to that anf r the popular prot. - lrr. p.-.-.. .,"...

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