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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 August 1921

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, anrl hath bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Vol. io KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST Uoih. 1921. Number 31 i& Montezuma", Monster and Cgnifssent Fireworks Spectacle at SStete Fair "Montezuma" or "The Last Days ot the Aztocs," the greatest anil moat j elaborate fireworks spectacle ever produced, has been engaged as an I evening grandstand -attraction at flic Oklahoma State Fair. Foi six nigh' beginning Monda,yr'Saptembr 26. Tho i atate fair opens at Oklahoma City on September 24. " "Montezuma" la a realistic repio-! ductlon of one of the world's mort historic and terrific comlicts, the bat- j tie in which Hernando Cortez and his band of dauntless Spanlaids conquer Montezuma and Mexico City the sa cred city of the Mexican Aztecs. It is rich in educalional features, re calling a story with which ill school children are familiar, and resplendent in pageant ry. How Cortez, relying upon the effc...

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. — 25 August 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER ' TIE II WILDCAT Mr. Dodson Warns Against Usd of Treacherous, Dangerous Calomel. Calomel rollrati Tt'i mrcnry. Calomel acts like dynamite on a lnc tfsli liver. "When calomel cornea Into contact with our bile It crushes Into It, cumin ernmrifne nwl nue. If yon feel billon, headachy, consti pated and all knocked ont. Just o to your dnijcr1t and pet r Ivottle of Dod son's Liver Tone for a few cents which Is n harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and If It doesn't start yonr liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel and without mak ing you sick, you Just go back and cot your money. If you take calomel today you'll bo sick and nauseated tomorrow; -besides,, (t may salivate you. while If you take Godson's Liver Tone you will wake up feeling great, full of ambltfcn and ready for work or play. It's harmless, pleasant and safe to give to children; they like It. Advertisement. Why iloea a hog never give anything t way ...

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. — 25 August 1921

&& m THE OKLAHOMA MINER n o ii Style Card as Fall Nears Dosplte tlie mushroom success of new tailors mid dressmakers In Paris who have hrouk'ht out rertnhi simple types and popularized them to an al most unheard of extent, many women, writes a Paris fashion correspondent, now are ordering their clothes from houses that have held to their own definite types through all these changes In fashion. Madeleine Vlonnet', who only a short time ago might have heen termed an outsider In the great dressmaking circles, has Impressed hoth France and America very deeply with her simple floating panel stales and handkerchief drapery, hut as women continually de mand varying types the opportunity Is not lacking for the success of a variety of styles. This gives a house like Jeanne I.nnvln an opportunity to keep her definite types. One model Is a hox coat suit in blue serge marked off In little squares with white braid and blue beads. It has the high frilled collar and Jnbot which continue to...

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. — 25 August 1921

T H E O K L A H O m A MINER fes COW RACE IN LACTEAL LAPS ' State Fair to Test Frtt the Kine's Output vs. Her Upkep Purebred dairy cowb will run a "milk race" at the Oklahoma Stats Pair at Oklahoma City, September 21 to October I. Under the direction f a dairy expert the cows will be 7i, liked daily, charts made showing rth cow's production and the compa ratlre value of the food she ate with the milk she produced. Records will be official and may lie used for breed er's association records. Any pure bred dairy cow ma be entered RAILWAY RATES R REDUCED -- r A Fare-and-a-Half to Get to and Como t Back From a tFair-and-a-Half That the railways appreciate the value of the Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition to the people of the state is evidenced by the reduction of rates to Oklahoma City, where the fifteenth annual exposition will be held from September 21 to October 1. This special rate permits a State Fair visitor to go and come back from any point in the state for a fare and a half. I...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 August 1921

V f ' THE OKLAHOMA MINliK Do you know you can roll SO qq one bd of GENUINE ULfDURHAM TOBACCO u W tUMWHtCcrf us . IE RVE DEMAND WEST DEE THE RAILROADS REFUSE TO WIPE OUT RECENT WAGE CUT IS CLAIM LOWfcn'RFES REQUEST BLAME Officiate Rau U Dmi r3-,..,i trn -' "" "J l Wirl ltWIU V the Public In General Does Not Permit Compliance With Brothei hoods Ti u ill ? Chicago The dem nds of the "big live" railway brothei hoods to wipe out the recent wa-e cut, withdraw all fuither requests 101 wage decieates and cancel all demandB lor elimination at time and one half lor overtime in train and aid son Ice, were letused by the western railroads on the grounds that these demand disregard ed the public's Interest in economical Ogeiation and lcbultant lower fiieght and passenger races. The decision followed a two day conference between the executives of the brothei hoods and a committee lepresentmg the wostun cariies and composed of A. W Tienholin, vice president of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &a...

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. — 25 August 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER YOUNG GIRL FINDS RELIEF Wants to Tell Other Girls All About It !?. !1l Tnrt "T am eirhteen years old &rA have been bothered for Ptverai inunuia nuu irregular periods. Kptv month mv back would ach and I always had a cold and felt drownr and sleepy. 1 work in a millinery shop and I went to work every day, but felt stupid and would have such cramps. I had seen Lydia E. Pinkham'a I'pcrptahle Com pound advertised and had heard several women talk of it, so mother got me eome. This Vegetable Compound is wonderful and it helped me very much, go that during my periods I am not now sick or drowsy. 1 have told many girls about your medicine and would be glad to help anyone who is troubled with Bimilar ailments. You may use my tes timonial as you like. "-Stella Linx wilkb,6 Second St.Evansville, Indiana. Some girU lead lives of luxury, while others toil for their livelihood, but all are subject to the same physical laws and suffer in proportion to their viola tion. When s...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 August 1921

TH E O KLAO MA MINER CHAPTER IX Continued. 13 "It Has from A nidi on then no doubt 1 in glad j uu told mo. Thu chances mo tboj will both bo wheie 'wo uio Lulng, unless the bine al ready ciuuiielul ovei tbtit bunch of easy tnonej jou spoke about." "Hut bus that been paid oei l KrilliU? Who bus It?" "The fellow who put a Knife Into Aha whoeer he may be." "And j ou don't know who the as sassin was?" "No Onlv It must hac been one of lertnln men; pet hups two weie In the affair At Hist I llguted It out to be Wnldion alone; now I am not o sure that Harris didn't have some hand In It. Ihej miij bine had the Jiffalr nil planned the money was passed ocr to Alu eaily In the eve ning I didn't Know It then; I learned this Inter. Kiant? told me when we were alone on the wn back to New York. Let's moe along; theie is a policeman coming jonder" The ofllcei passed us slowly, swing ing his club, nnd ejed us uiriouslj as be went bj ; I did not tuin mj head jet felt ceitaln he slopped and looked bark ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 25 August 1921

tf THE OKLAHOMA MINER lOCICa i V2 I If 1 H 9 J Cigarette To pea I n the delicious Burley tobacco flavor. It's Toasaecfl 7hjy JfnurLCA (SefnCfir TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday j Established April. 12th. 1911 ' A member of the Oklahoma Press Association, J. A. HEATHCOUK, Prop. Cailie lleathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Krebs, Okla homa, 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 and account due on delivry and proof of Publication, no ads run for less thn 25 cts, 1 oreign Advertising Kcprc.ii nt.itnr , t run AME-KICANPUCSS ASSOCIATION A1ID vuouviun lASwK flJ'rffJ"c,AiM;,,n w"tb""5'M s . jv 'miujs ;joj 00 or cuos "y ciui our OOD omofi o ,03 it jbSiu: jnu jibv II M1IU M)MU tj 0UJtWIU j I 0 IS U01 ll'IIUJ IVI1IILU1 1.C 11111 ,nti 'aaauo imjiw i i3jciaj "jm iii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

ONLY PAPER, in the CITY, of more than 3.500. People, anH ha the bigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combine!. Vol. 10 KREBS. OKLAHOMA, THUJ dfoAY, SEPTEMBH 1st. 1921. Number 32 KREBS HAS A BIG TIME SET Will Be Plenty of Fun And Amusement On September 5, 6, 7, at Three-day Cele bration With the great Labor Day cel ebration just one week nwav Krebs has the stage all set and a line three day program which will he minutely followed out is now published for the first time. No foot-weary men will arrive at the picnic grounds, through a big labor parade with decorated floats and its place of honor oc cupied by the labor queen, will wend its way over a long trail, forming at Krebs early Monday morning and starting at 10 o'clock in the direction of McAl ester. The beauty contest in progress for choosing the labor queen will close Wednesday night. The race is a close one between a number of candidates and hopes are hierh among those 'contesting for the honor. Besides ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER I ake Astral - California Surgeon's Experiment nalses Interesting Question Among Scientists. HOLD DISCOVERY VALUABLE Doctor Believes He Has Provided Basis for Far-Reachlng Biological Research Etheric Double of Amputated Member Pictured. San Francisco. The recent an nouncement by Dr. P. S. Daley, local nurgeon, that he has photographed tho etheric double of a man's thumb, which had been cut off at the Joint, has aroused an interesting selentlilc discussion. Scientists say Doctor Haley's ex periment raises the question ol' wheth er man possesses within himself dor mant energy to reproduce parts of himself, such as an arm or leg, when he loses them. Doctor Haley does not profess that his experiment proves such a theory, hut declares that ho believes he has provided the basis for far-reaching biological research. Likewise he Insists his experiment In no wise is of a "spiritualistic" na ture. "My own contribution Is simply to show by photography that crystaUza tlon of ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 1 ySi; tSrF the stSylp W aK'TwAi author of . A WW VA TA! STRANGE, QU of CAVENDISH WM i ISpJ7' ftp o Illustrations- lih ' ' -WEIL XKy&tl C?W COPYRIGHT, EY RANDALL PAHtllSH CHAPTER IX Continued. 14 "Say, whore the h I have you been? What Is this, u double-cross, Will dron?" "What von mean'" ejaculated t'.ie other. "By (jott! It is rather you 1 should ask why you not tell nie the truth?" "Tell you! What the devil have I got to tell you? Don't get funny with me. You sent me a note this morning, didn't you?" "Sure 1 did." "Well, then, why didn't you meet me? D n it, I've been limiting you all day long. Wlint's the Idea? Come, blurt It nut. before 1 wring your d n Jew neck." Wnl dron spread his hands, and lifted Ids shoulders in an expression more eloquent than words. "What a man! You cuss mo, but not wait to hear why this all was so. You sit down, and I tell you. Then maybe you tell me something also." Harris stared rt him. then sank Into the vacant chair opposite,...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINlDK " '", 'Ml. The 15th Annual Oklahoma State Fair & Exposition Eduotatfonal Calendar--Datns Worth Reading and Worth Keeping. v State Fair Tickets! J l AIM fco)' vvy i atM: itwbmv: rmci t mm tm&smm the gksbt ijvestock, abmcuituml and 1 llPMlfP2 INDUSTRIAL EOFOSriKHl OF TEE SOUTHWEST. W. tZ i Vr.'l 'VI 1 l- -- ii i II ! Ill null I I III I II I I IIUM Mil I ! fSiri SGLS-SW 3'55SL: t u. py.i jsl & jl rcmdrfKs,. rcraora & ?: : v. . wvs?? jubiql3b bmm-ijw? &j - - ....- - - .ar.ii!w: ,.t.i- wa.- IfK.'lf ,-f TM t IT . rtt ." n T i JlltM T .iM HmtrJ,!mUA tWJWilllli'llHli M.CTXi-pfc llat I -LpI i . he mispellcd words in the advcrtibcment-dates below and list them alongside the names of the advertisers in hose ads you find them. Then write a sentence using all or some of the mi-spelled words only. Mail your sentence or list of words on or before Sept. 5th to Dept. S. N. State Fair, P. O. Box 974, Oklahoma City, and be sure to give the name of this paper. If...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

A THE'OKJCAliOMA MINER I L iwaareMmi.uuiCTasar2rudw.jittJTOa UCSCY ilftral Mpwq! MP K2am H BRIBES 'J-WVl&I IVVJ? jgi jnoAMouH 1 Hlil6 )' Know Your State .,sr$Fh I "k, IB WvKkHM rnOW REDUCED M cigarette bstagsmmaim ; -T- 81 J Miwi i - - Your ' ii 9n I School starts Sept. 12 1921 I Stclt I ml i L m ' H'f&wdlifB I I fe i EllBlrirad B IrB 9 m rl lifimr frnm SnI nhur Mnndn v m MS i whare she spent her Summer j ft OuyaHnd gr htS SltJCa .ObQTxC&rZ TheOklahoma Miner Published Every Thursday Established April, 12th. 1911 A member of the Oklahoma Press Association, J. A. HEATHCCkJK, Prop. Cailie Ileathcock Publisher. Entered as second-class matter at the postoflice at Krebs, Okla homa, under the Act o March 3 1879. All ADVERTISING will be run and charged for until or dereddiscontinued. Advertising Rates Display or plate 80c 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...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS NOW LEADING CLASS C-D TEAMS i 1 , . I fr Nh- jjgr- z f ' Glancing over (ho baseball directory sponsored by John II. Farrell, of (ho National association, one Is astonished at the number of old timers whose names were once familiar In the major leagues that are managing class C and D teams somewhere In this big land. For Instance, Kudy Hulswltt Is pilot of the Pnwhuska team of the Western association ; Josh Clarke Is manager of the Coffeyvlllo team In the Southwest ern league; Tommy Leach Is handling the Tampa club In the Florida league, while Joe Tinker is handling Orlando nnd Cy Bnrger St. Petersburg In the same sun-stricken circuit ; Josh Dovore Is managing Grand Itnpidg In the Cen tral circuit; Chief Bender is in charge of New Haven In the Eastern league, and Larry Cheney Is boss of players at Charleston in the South Atlantic league. So the story goes. BUGGINS PULLED BIG BONER I lanager of Yankees Couldn't See "Lefty" O'Doul, Man of ...

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

Pkases Them AH I AFTER EUERY MEAL The Accept and Except. lie My dear Miss Grabbelgh, I wlhh to propose She Oh, my dear Mr. Cashin, I will accept you He I Sut I did not mean to propose marriage. .She I meant, of course, that I would except you from my list of ellgl t)liH. Boston Transcript. Cuticura Soap for the Complexion Nothing better than Outlcura Soap dally and Ointment now and then us needed to mnko the complexion clear, Hcalp clean and hands soft and white. Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Gutlcura Talcum, and you have the Uutlcura Toilet Trio. Advertisement. If l he conceit were taken out of some people theio would lie nothing left to bury. Marriage Is somet linos n failure, but more often It's n oiiipromlse EASY TO KILL IV11CE nUftvibccuM STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE Roady for Uso - Dottoi Than Traps IH ructions In 15 lunnimges in rvery Ikii Itivts, Mleo, Onokroaclins, Ants and Waterboys twuruj food anil proport; ami aru carrlwrii uf llnouse. hfc-cirtu Electric Paste forirs ...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 1 September 1921

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Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 September 1921

w?i m ONLY PAPER, In the CITY, of more than 3.500. Peoples, an-l has the jigest circulation of any and all other papers, in the City, combind. Uli Vol. 10 NEW HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING OH STILLWATER CAMPUS Stillwatti, Okla. Time v, as, not so long made that Oklahoma was spending more on the n.uini of pigs than on on the i eating ol clulren: that, in the training ol students moro knowledge was eiven about barns and livestock vens than about tlie home; and that what training was given concerning lied off somewhere into clouds of theory. That time, however, is parsed, At Oklahoma A. and M. collage, for example, $110,000 has Just been expended in erecting a building to ho used exclusively for the school of home ecomice; work in domestic science and domestic art now is being organized on the project plan teaching students to undertake and carry out one definite idea at a time, instead ot theoi izing on how a lot of ideas might be carried out; and, to make wholly practical the one big proje...

Publication Title: Oklahoma Miner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 September 1921

THE OKLAHOMA MINER 3&sH trj i" - : sv J &y .. m Z2Z- The Spirit of "Color Ditcord" glare i at you horn certain walh. Diieatecattt f(l baleful ihadowi from unianitsry Brighten Up Your Walls This Fall Have the walls of your rooms cheerful and sanitary, to reflect cheerfulness instead of gloom. Have walls that will harmon ise with rugs and furniture, colors that will enhance and not detract from your gowns and personal appearance. for Your Walls Instead of Kalsamine or Wallbapcr Alabastine will give you that soft, pastel effect In neutral colors that so many are enjoying in the most attractive homes and public buildings. Alabastine is artistic, sanitary, durable and economical. Alabastine has dis tinctive merits recognued throughout the world, ready to mix and use by adding cold water. Our Decorative Service Department Our decomlvedepirtmentriai (Vie ability to serve you, and the desire to do so. We have the experience of planning interior decorations for thousands of the best ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 September 1921

U inlmk0- v "IF THE OKLAHOMA MINER JIM BARNES HAS STRIVEN HARD FOR HONORS FINALLY ATTAINED Children Cry For II 1 AVc6claWcr;cparau'onforAS' eO.PL simiiam;i"v'7"-7 .w . t .111.I rtnrt hVKt'l'UlU BfBjfct go'tcnts 15luidDraohnj 400KM81&W8&fWl&m0imSfy e 00mmmmmmmmmm it wiftl i P l l l o'n : ir. nnlir ii . K Hnll "Long Jim" Barnes! Ton years ntfo, when a westerner brought word Kast that they had n future-Brent out on the Pacific coast, little attention was paid to the mat ter. It was regarded as a western er's natural enthusiasm for things western. Hut a few days ngo, at the Colunihln Country club, the western er's prediction came true the future great arrived. Gained Prominence at Sunuset Kills. It was Jim Hurnes who was re fenod to by the western golf en thusiast; Humes, then a mere youth, Just oNcr from Cornwall, who was serving In the capacity of profes sional at one of the western clubs. Later he came to Sunset hills, and it was while there that ho attained national prom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Oklahoma miner. — 8 September 1921

i " i- OKI A K O :' A IIINlk hilJJ221aStt LEPQlt,on Educ ,uc nai CsicndarDatos Worth Read.ng and Worth Keying, j , .'? 1- - rHb TK" jT. K 'Tl Uk VY . 'r N A I Jfc- .V M V "'i ' A T? Vt . IT . i f. " " A.VK- f r f V .1 I I I II I I I 1 4 ' ii-rxv jiy :. , 1 rr. ' . rr -il 1 . ture 1 V T . . i .' 7T f 7 6t' , A. .V 1 v 1 - !T V M? jfetymy -l oflfe Jzr Tickets I 1 rS ' ri $ii.uj8pvvi4i-;c- -j JtJ L. -- M'-. v?3 .... '1 , ,-', v. . a ? w ; . . . o . . r ' liLj-""" j: -r I ind the n.I n 1'ed words in thnadvprtimonf.H ',,.i.. ' hem alongside the n-ines of the tdveriis.n, in 'ou (md tnom. Thcr write a sentence us.ng all c f the mn.p-Ilcd vordi only. - ' ur --entence jf list of -words on or before Sept. 5th to LVt. S. N. State Fair, P. O. Bok 974, Oklahoma City, and be sure to five the name of this papor. 3 V"7? T" " '"T1 T r r"- ". ,-r r . r- " wm- .- yuui um u complete ami vour sent- a AiW .i'S';.V''vUi..;': rflUsVt;- J,J cncetl5c bc'f recched from thir pr -er's KJfV'i' ",yv?'Cls r ' frpr...

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