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L tl & UKL.A11UMA M 1 N li K
Pu'dUjIiJ L'fzc Thursday
BjUiblis'.e.l April, 12th. 1911
A member of the Oklahoma
J, A..HEATIICOOK, Prop.
Cmlio Hdathcock Publisher.
Snterod as second-class matter
at the postoffice at Krebs, Okia
nrm, un lor the Act ofSUarch 8
Ml ADVERTISING will be
am and charged for until or
dered d iscon tinued .
I I -' i A V rf iv UopraoentaUve (
jTHCAMr K .'V 1 RCSSA-jSOCIATIONJ
Display or plate 20c perinch
' J. A. Heatheok. being first
swon says I am the owner of The
Oklahoma Miner, a weekly news
paper published at Krebs, Okla.
said paper is of general circulat
ion and has bean published more
lhan one :fcar next preceding th
is issue of October 14th 1920
J. A. Ileathcock
Sworn to before me this 28th
dny-oC Sebtcir.ber 1920.
Harry J. Oglesby,
My commissin expires Nov
ember 24th. 1920
KAILWAV TIM IS TA1SJ.B
Corrected to May 10, 1020.
C. U. I. I'. C Uncle Iblaiut)
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8:35 a. m. Texas Special
0.35 a. in. Local
1 :10 p. m. Flyer
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Ample Cause for Headache.
Eddlo complained of having a head
nche until after the coal was brought
In, then suddenly he felt better. When
accused of having shirked he replied:
"I did have a hradache. Just to think
of bringing In all that coal would glva
any boy my size a headache."
Not a Joshua.
Two lit. ic brothers li.ul quarre'ed
and after tlu'lr supper their molln-r
t'lidenvored to re-establish friendly re
latlons between them, finally quoting
to them the Illblo verse. "Lot not the
nun go down upon your wmtl.." Tins
ii:g to Hoi'iuii'd. the elder, she said:
"Now. Bernard, nro you going to let!
uie sun go down on your wrath?" P.ei
imnl squirmed a llttlo as he looked
i'iU her face". "Well, how can I stop
uV" ho asked.
Children and Books.
It does the child no harm to make
the acquaintance of books which were
not written for children. In a home
whore the groat books that have In
spired or amused successive genera
tions are accessible, an active-minded
ohlld Is likely at some time or other
to get nt them. If wo want our chil
dren to. fall In love with the belter
kind of books, let us provide thein
with opportunities for meeting such
books without too much formality.
Ilcfoe, It will be remembered, tnnkes
Ilobqison Crusoe describe thnt he
had seen umbrellas employed In the
Ilrazlls and tin; t he had constructed
his own umbrella in Imitation of them.
"I covered it with skins," he said, "the
Jialr outward, so that It cast off the
rain like a pent house and kept off
the sun so effectually that I could
walk out In the hottest weather with
greater advantage than I could before
In the coolest."
if I M J WANT
Thursday, November 11th,
Hunting in Arkansas.
Left Sunday, live of our lead
ing business men left Sunday
for Mena, Ark., for a hunt.
They will be away for two
wp.ir nv more. Thev were J.
!J. Brown, 13. V. Cox, Dr. G. S.
Turner, II. 11. JioKey, ana iu.
U. Reed, of Krebs, and Bill
(Jregsby of Carbon, the latter
being a colored man. lie goes
to look ir -n the camp while
the other muii rustle the game.
Elder Thos. V.'ilson passed
through our littlecity of Krcgs
a few days ago en route to
Crowder, Okla., where he will
preach the unsearchable riches
of the ?iospel of Christ, also sell
LBiblcs and books.
Krebs and Eufaula played
football last Friday. The score
was 32 to 7 in favor of Krebs.
McAlester plays Krebs next
Everybody went to McAles
ter with the Republicans Sat
urday night and watched them
celebrate the G. O. P. Victory.
Monday night they did the
same thing when they went to
The price of cotton is still go
ing down, and lots of cotton not
Corn for sale, $1.00 per bush
el. Call at the Miner office.
WITH THE COLORS
Pittsburg County's War Book
Now Keady tor Delivery.
Hooks on ''Sale at office of the
"Miner" and at Oglesby's Drug
Scrub yourself daily, you are
not clean inside. This means
clean stomaclr, bowels, blood,
liver. You clean your hands each
day it's more important to
cleanse the stomach and bowels.
Moral: Take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea a thoro cleanser
purifier. For sale by H. II.
Dr. W. R Nelson, registered
Optometrist Optician, oft.'eo rt
Newton'r Jewelry Store, offers
his services as a snecialist in the
examination of eyes and fitting
of Glassc . Adv.
WANTED Men or women
to take orders among "friends and
neighbors for the genuine guaran
l"ed hosiery, full line for men,
women and children. Eliminates
darni;. We pay 75c, an hour sp
are time, or $36.00 a week for
Experience unnecessary. Write
International Stocking Mills,
Government Land, timbered,
watered, pioductive, healthful;
20 to 60 acres tillable on 160 acre
tract; for farming; stock, poultry
and fruit raising. I locate good
homesteads and sell deeded land.
Stop at Ruddels on the Mo. Pa-
cine k. k. sec u. warren, coun
ty surveyor of Stone Co., Mtn.
View, Ark. Postage. No col
THE SKIN BEslUTiriER
Tlio most Rclentlflc ami mc .-t wonderful
facial jui'piratlon of the nimkrn kku. It
lini.aitn to Uie t.km a vel
'xl sZZs!- vt'lv softness and dr'tca-'kt&&Z-V
cy hltlj is Uc-:iKhtful In
&?" t"- appeuranoa a'nl pleasing
'M . ' in effeft. Used during thr
A ! C"l) Pili', d(l' It U a prulei't'on tron
WLWy ,h Sun .uid Wind. Ir
' te evening Its use as
!n aintH! White and ricsh. All deal I
era, 35c, f.Oo nd 11.00. or nent pout pah '
r;i i jrwy'lipt. of itrjceSnnmle for the al;tns j
Baker-Wheeler ??anuj7.cturikg Vmnm i
E?eal Estate JTarm oans
LONG T1M32 COANS.
I litres! due once a yeai
J. A. Ileathcock,
( FARMS FOR- SALE )
137 acres, near Ilartshorne,
50 acres, near Ilartshorne,
90 acres, near Ilartshorne,
80 acres, near Ilartshorne,
120 acres Latmar County,
130 acres, near Adamson,
10 acers of land adjoining
the City, Unimproved, will sell
at a bargain
Money to loan on improved farms
J. A. lleathcocU.
Lots 1, 2 and 3, in block 1. If
pou want n good building property
you should not overlook this. J. A.
HiiUlroek. irnl estate. Krebs, Okla.
Y NTK D--Agents for Krebs
and xictiiity. (loud proposition,
previous expeiiuice unnecessary.
Free school of instruction. Ad
dress Massachusetts Bonding and
Insurance Company. Accident
and Health Department, Sagin
aw, Michigan. Capita! $1,500,000.
Lot 2 in Mock 100. No better
;rorerty being efferod. I. A. Heath
cock, read astute, Krebs, Okla.
Wo have had several applications
frr houses. Have you one or twe
(bat you would rent out?
The city has started doing
street work now and will push
the work until all the main trav
eled streets arc in good condition.
Lots 58 and 59 in block 100. On
car line. Good property and can now
bo bought nt n bargain. .1. A. Heath
cock, real C3tate, Krobs.
Lots -i, 11 and 12, In blook 150,
for sale. Theso lots aro loratod
rn thp street car lino niuUwouli' make
firp residence property. J. A Ileatb
cock, real estate, Krobs, Okla.
At a bargain, lots 1G, 17, IS an.l
19. In block 1?2. You can't get
iroporty any better located than this
'n thy city. All on the street car
line. J. A. Hearhcock, real estate
WANTED Arents for Krebs. and
vicinity. Good piopositicn. Previous
experionco unnccer;sa"-y. Free Schoo
of Instruction. Address Massachu
setts Ilonding and Insurance Company
Accident and Health Department, Sa?
inaw, Michigan. Capital $1,500,000.
Free Trade Courses offered
throughout year in Auto Mechan
ics, Storage Batteries, Engineer
ing and Welding? Splendid Auto
and Tractor equipment, Big Ma
chine Shop. , Courses also of
fered in Mining, Chemistry and
Oil Geology. Dormitory and
Dining Room accomodations
For Catalogu address MEAD S.
JOHNSON, State School of
Mines, Wilburton, Oklahoma. ,
WE BUY, raise, and sell fin- te
aring rabbits, and other fur-bea
ring animals. List what yon have
with us, stateing your lowest pr
ices on large lot shipments, The
Fnr & Specialty Farming Co.,
515-517 N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot roach
tno diseased portion o( the ear. Thure Ib
only one way to euro deafness, and that Is
by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
caused by an Inflamed cc u Itlon of the mu
cous llnliiK of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when it Is
entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation carr be taken nut
nnd this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Cutanh.
which Is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for nny
coso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
Bend for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio.
fiold by Druggists. 7to.
Take Hall's Family l'ills tor constipation.
Pledfle of Friendship.
The etiatom of luindlinking dntea
to tlie lime of Henry Hie Second.
Spc-eeli -is but ii broken light upon
flip ilepni of llio unspuktin.--Ocui'K!)
Plctloimrlpi arts like wntolic, wrote
Johnson. The worst Is better than
none, and the best cannot be expected
to go quite true.
Pigeons as Fire Fighters.
The pigeon branch of the navy has
2.H00 birds. Plenty nro available for
the forest patrol. Kxperlmonts arc go.
Ing on constantly In the "ffort to In
crease the'ofileloney of the birds.
Home Above All.
Home Is the chief school of human
virtue. lis responsibilities, joys, sor
rows, smiles, tears, hopes and cares
form the chief Interest of human
There arc still Mime places where
people believe a felon on the linger Is
caused by having pointed the linger at
the moon, and that some headaches
are caused by having one's hair cut
while the moon Is crescent.
Will to Do Is Imperative.
Thoughts of doubt and fear never
accomplished anything, and never can.
They always lead to failure. Purpose,
energy, power to do and all strong
thoughts cease when doubt and fear
creep In. The will to do springs from
the knowledge that we can do. Allen.
When grease Is spilled on n bard
wood iloor It can be hardened and
scraped off if cold water Is poured on.
If It is not detected Immediately, cover
the grease spot with stnrch or pow
dered chalk, which will absorb most of
the grease. It can then bo washed off
with hot soapsuds.
Formation of Asbestos.
Asbestos Is found In fissures of rock
and It Is believed that, when the rock
was forming and still hot, water pene
trated the fissures, widened them and
dissolved some of the silica and mag
nesia. On drying, these crystallized
as a hydratei silicate of magnesia,
forming threadlike crystals building up
from opposite walls of the llssure nnd
meeting in the middle.
Collies Beet Sheep Dogs.
The department of agriculture says
that the Scotch collies are the favorite
sheep dogs of America. Their tireless
watching even at night, Iholr barking
at the approach of any prowler, and
their instinct for keeping the thick to
gether aro of great value. The stray
dog Is one of the shceps' worst ene
mies. His Illustrations Immortal.
Many of Dickens' pen caricatures
are snlil to have been Inspired by
llnblot K P.rowne. better known as
"Phiz," an artist caricaturist, with
wliii.se humor Hie author Is said to
hae felt the temptation to keep pace.
A number of Browne's Illustrations of
Dickens are Immortal, notable among
them being Phiz's Indescribably jaunty
Ask Your Grocerman For
Golden Age Macaroni and Spaghetti
Headlight and Bear BradCanned Goods
BREWEN-KIPLE GRO. CO.
Special sorvico at the, Paptiu
church Sunday night. Everybody
come and feel at homo with us. U
A. Watson, pastor.
Five Roomed house and six big
LOTS at a bargain see
The old-fashioned, sweet,
savory kind that is ci isp and
We have just received a
Fresh and Salt meats,
Sause and Relishes,
Sausage, Veal, Mutton,
Osage Meat Market.