The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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"J01 LAHAV, CHCROKKK
•TATEtMCN, IS OKAO.
The Sprjgus Ptg. Co., Pub*.
HFN^ESSEV. t I I OKLA.
SEEK TO BREAK RECORDS
TLe first warm day brings the fliea
Agitating the lawn mower is one
to keep warm.
At any ra'e the baseball fever la
deadly foe to the hookworm.
Notfd Indian. Descendant of Farrout
Frenchman. Fought for Red
Oklahoma City, Okla—The an
nounrement from Muskogee of the
aeath of "Joe" 1-ahay came as a shock
Prize. Are Offer.d-Wor.d's Champ-' '?
_ r Timatfi> asbO< lated with him in af-
fairs connected with former Indian
OUR STATE CAPITOL LETTER
WEST GETS OUT Hit
I1.S0 REOIPI FREE.
representatives from five
STATES WILL TAKE PART.
ion Roper Will Fight With Rivals
to Retain Honor.
Why not have a few girl scouts here
*nd there for variety's sake?
And In the meantime let us not for-
get that fiy swatting time approaches.
l*p to date, the outlook for fruit Is
good. TL:fe st. uld cheer up the apple
a hundred clans
"anges of Oklahoma. Texas, Kansas,
New Mexico and Arizona, will assem*
ble here on July 4 for the first really
creat reunion of cowboys in the new
The event will continue three days,
and some of the most noted of out-
law bronchos and ferocious long horns
That Fez which the Moroccan rebels plains country will furnish
ar*r purging has nothing to do with amusement and permit contests for
the Shrlners. new records in riding and roping.
— — Ilailroads will be asked to furnish re-
T'se of saccharine is to be prohibit duced rate* from Fort Worth, Amaril
ed by the £rvernrcent.
• wee: for anything
| Mr. I-ahay was one of the most bril-
Representatives '^,,he ch"okee citizens and had
<f the tattle t,ron"*;,1S '"'"re before htfi as a
lawyer and statesman- John Lahay,
father of the dead man. was a French-
man. said to be a direct descendant of
the famous minister of that name who
figured so brilliantly in the court of
Louis le Grand.
DOINGS OF THE
k Brief Resume of What Our
"Hired Men" Are Doing, How
They Spend Their Time, Etc.
"Love thy neighbor
tounds good, but there are times whec
te won't let us.
Secretary MacVeagh wishes to stop
aolnlng 12 50 gold pieces The |20 coir
la a much nicer one, anyway.
After two women have talked for
baif an hour neither of them can recal'
what started the conversation.
points in adjoining states. The awards
will aggregate several thousand dol-
thyself ■ lars.
Millard Holcomb of Ada, Okla., who
last year made a record of seventeen
seconds at roping and tying a steer, is
to be one of the leading contestants
Holcomb Is a typical represntative of
the cowboys of fortitr Indian ter'l-
torv, and comes from the region once
The Attorney General Uses Ha h
Words in Argument With
That the relation between the of-
fices of the insurance commissioner
and the attorney general are not alto-
gether pleasant Is evidenced by the
letter written by Attorney General
West to Insurance Commissioner Ral-
lard, in which he gives the Informa-
tion that the recent action of the In-
surance commissioner, in empowering
attorneys to give him legal advice, is
useless and illegal.
The attorney general denies the
written statement made by the insur-
ance commissioner that at one time
he was employed as attorney for the
' nion Mutual Insurance company at
Enid, branding the statement as an
unqualified falsehood. He states that
the law firm of which he was a mem-
ber since his retirement from active
practice was counsel for the company,
but that he has never been, directly or
indirectly, connected with any private
gressional nomination on the Demo- inB no rental whatever to the state. Prac,if'e since his election to office.
• ratic ti'ket in the Third congression- ^'r ^ ^ ;ins gave them notice that ^'f*. a'9° bas emphatically denied the
FOR WEAK KIDNEYS.
RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES,
BACKACHE, STRAINING. SWELLING, ETC.
Stops Pain in the Bladder, Kidneys and Back.
Wouldn't it be ni^e within a week or bo
to b*-jpn to sav good bye forever to the
scalding, dribbling, straining, or too fr*-
Cattle Men Pay State No Rental.
John R. Williams, secretary of the
uate school land commission, has
returned from a two weeks' inspec-
ion tour over the school land in the
Joe Lahay worked in a coal mine Manhandle counties. One of the prin-
Jntil lit years old and thus secured suf- *''a^ purposes of the trip was to find
ticient funds to seiure a college edu-
cation. From 1&92 to 1&00 he was
ilerk and treasurer of the Cherokee
nation and in IStOT was president of
the Cherokee senate In the first
out the condition of the new college
lands, most of which are located in
those counties. It was found that
probably l0ft."00 acres of those lands
have been fenced by fifteen or twenty
It Is Just toe lo. Wichita. Fort Smith and other e,ef;,ioD he was candidate for the con- DiS catll(" companies which are pay-
al district, but was defeated by James ^e-v w°uld have to sign up lease con-
S. Davenport, the present represents- ' ra*'ts for the present year or be eject-
tive from that district in congress. e(* 'rom the land. The commission
has apreed to reduce the rental on
t« c * * • * these lands to 3 cents an acre, and it
Give State Cap.tol Free. s not believed that any difficulty will
Oklahoma City, Okla.—That this be experienced in securing the exe
written statement of the insurance
commissioner, made about his issuing
a statement showing the financial con-
dition of the insurance company.
quent passage of the urine; the forehead
and the back-of-1 he-head aches; the
stitches and pains in the back; the grow-
ing muscle weakness; spots before the
eyes; yellow skin sluggish bowels; swoll-
en eyelids or ankles; leg cramps; unnat-
ural short breath; sleeplessness and the
I have a rerlpe for the*© troubles that you can d -
pendon andliyou wantto makeaquk-k recovery,
tou ought to wrltwund k«t a copy of It. Many a doc*
lor would charu* you !■ it) Just for v
Signs of summer: The straw hat
the boat rocker, the Ashless fisherman
perambulators and perspiration.
Philadelphians are accused of
lug too bashful to tip waitresses Thii
la where diffidence draws dividends.
At any rate we venture to opin«
that Bacon will be well done befort
those scientists get through with him
"Many a man who sings 'I would not
live always' isn't living anyway,' say
the Philadelphia Inquirer. Not Id
Cruce Against Extra Session.
_ "There will be no special session of
city will carry out its contract with CUtion of leases at that figure The the leKisIature as a result of the su
made famous by the Koff and Fromau ^ ™
„;,,con;b remains typl^l of his race £ W"h " " P—
passing into metro.y. He statement of C. F, Colcord, presides 8ta,e Hospital Urged by Mahr.
of the ( apitol Building company. Dr. J. C Mahr, state health commls-
Oklahoma Citv now faces the enor- iloner, is advocating the establish-
mou - task of raising $25,000 each tnent of a state hospital for the indi-
inonth until $1,000,000 is paid into the gent sick in connection with the niedi- City to pet busy and fulfill it-_
state treasury The company held a cal school of the state university, and promises, a tiling which I am informed
meeting and jgreed upon preliminary will make recommendations to that ef- 'fi prepared to do."
plans for turning over the deeds of feet to the legislature at its next ses- Governor Cruce was reminded that
'he capitol site and site for the gov- flon. As a result of Dr. Mahr's efforts, '' was claimed by some persons that
ernor's mansion to Governor Cruce. the county health officers' organlza- ,he action of the last legislature left
Hie piattingV f,00 ar res of land which Hon and the State Medical society 'he capitol building proposition in
is to be sold in town lots for the bene- have both gone on record as favoring Cuch a muddle that the Capitol Build-
fit of the capitol fund, will begin in a the plan. ing company does not know to whom
r would chartf you MiJust for writing thlh pi
■criptlon. but 1 have it and wll 1 boiflart to M-rid ft _
you entirely free. Just drop ni* a fine like thU: Dr.
A. K. Ho^lngon. K'Art Lu< k Hulldlntf. Iw*'rolt, Mlcb,
and 1 will wild It by return uu> i in a plain me.i.pa,
Ah you wlllsf<*when youaetlt this recipe contain!
only pure, harrul«">N remedie*. but It han grtsat bea.-
lnu ami pain-conquering power.
ft will quickly show Its power once you use 11. o 1
think you had better e« w hat It Is without de.ay, f
will send you a copy free— you can u e it and oore
Yourself at boue.
and hl« pioneer neighbors cling to the
term ranch in speaking of their home-
steads and small agricultural and
prazinr plantations There are more
"ranches that are farms in Pontotoc
county, of which Ada is the county
seat, than In any other county in the
ie court decision finally locating
state capital in Oklahoma City,"
declared Governor I-.ee Cruce.
T here is no need of a special ses- '
sion of the legislature," the governor i
continued. "Now that the question
has been settled for all time, for which
I am thankful, it Is up to Oklahoma
Now the scientist declares that rhea
natism Is caused by bad tonalls. and
'e presume, therefore, that sore throat
Is due to soft corns
Christian Seek to End Pugilism.
Enid. Okla Passing resolutions
condemning prize fighting in Oklaho-
ma and favoring a rigid enforcement
of the prohibitory law; adopting the
report of the future work committee
recommending that an evangelist be
placed In the field with headquarters
at Enid, and electing officers for th
Doak Held for Grand Jury.
Guthrie, Okla. That Pearl Carpen
ter, the 8-year-old girl, who is the
next convention were the features of1 Pr'ncipBl witness here against
Head hunters of the Philippines are
•omewhat behind the New York young
woman who wears her appendix upon
her watch chain.
The charge that American society
women use liquor to excess would b«
very hard to prove and no one would
believe It anyway
The man who paid $50,000 for a copy
©f the first Bible printed evidently d
sires to trace that needle's eye Btorj
back to Its source.
the annual state convention of dele-
gates of missionary societies of the
Christian church, in session here.
The officers elected were: G. W.
McQuiddv. Alva, president: 1,. E. (!or-
gan, Chickasha, vice president: l^roy
M. Anderson, recording secretary,
\\. A I.ovell, treasurer, Frederick,
and C. C Avers of Muskogee, auditor.
The resolution which condemns
prize fighting as "brutal" provides for
the anpointment of a committee to ap-
pear before the legislature and ask
on behalf of the church that laws be
enacted prohibiting any kind of an
arrange pugilistic eiounters in Ok
J. A. Doak of Quinton, is the daughter
of Frank Carpenter, one of the men
killed in the Harrah bank raid the lat-
ter part of 1909, is the opinion of the
officers who saw her In the prelimin-
ary trial of the minister in Justice
Seton's court. Doak was held to the
grand jury under $J,0/I0 bond, on the
charge of criminal assault.
It is pointed out that if such a hos- r° turn the money for the builidng of
pital were established the students of a fr>>e capitol.
the medical school would have the ad- "There will be no trouble about
vantage of the clinics, while the pa- 'hat," the governer replied quickly,
tients would have the advantage of the "J"st let that company get the money
state laboratories and the most mod- ready to turn over and I will see that
there will be some one on hand qual '
ified to receive It."
Warns Oklahoma Attorneys.
W. H. h. Campbell, Clerk of the Ok-
lahoma supreme court, has issued a
The Professor—An ordinary brick
Will absorb a quart of water.
The Pugilist—Then my brother's no
The Professor—What do you mean?'
The Pugilist—He never absorbed
They are catching tigers with fly
paper In India now, Bald tigers hav
1ng been swatting the natives with
Despite the careful tests that have
beet, given their eyes the umpires are
about to learn from the bleachers thai
they can't Bee anything.
In naming their new dreadnought
Peacemaker the Germans at least did
fcetter than they would have done had
they called It Innocent Uystander.
New Electric Line Opened.
Oklahoma City, Okla The
sion of the interurgan line of the Ok-
lahgma Railway company, which was
recently completed from Britton to
Edmond, was opened to traffic with
appropriate ceremonies which were
held ill the city park at Edmond. The
line now runs from Oklahoma City to
Edmond, fifteen miles. The intention
of the company is to extend the line
to Guthrie after the completion of the
Oklahoma Clty-El Ren
ern facilities. It would also offer an
opportunity for scientific research in-
to the cause and cure of disease.
Arrested After 20 Years.
Governor Cruce has honored a re-
quisition for the return to Louisiana
of Paul Corimer, who is wanted there
warning to attorneys over the state on a charge of having murdered Mary that much"water in his life
railing their attention to the new law ( . Fennessee, twenty years ago. Cori- I —
to borome effective June 9, which re- mer is being held at Muskogee. \n
fiuires that all appeals to the supreme officer from Louisiana, while passing
tou't and criminal court of appeals through Parsons, K&n, on a train a
must be taken within six months of few months ago, saw said Corimer
the time of the rendition of the Judg- and recognized him. He traced him
mnent or final order in the lower] to Muskogee, where he was arrested
court. Mr. Campbell says there Is Two 'men alleged to have been accotn-
danger that some attorney will not i plices of Corimer were punished for
•San Coleman, six years for shooting to take cognizance of the new law and the crime shortly after it occurred
kill; Roy Cunningham, three years for to Pet their appeals before the
forging cotton checks; Tom Butler higher court in time, as heretofore
Six Taken to McAlester.
Guthrie, Okla. Sheriff Murphy left
tor the McAlester penitentiary with
six prisoners—Clarence Clyde, five
years for burglary and assault; J. \t".
Oliphant, one year for embezzlement;
exten- two years for assault with intent to fhey have had a year in which to ap-
*t!l, and Leslie
In spite of the fact that Chauncej
Depew calls the United States senaU
a Poor Man's club we never havi
heard of a 1 nlted Stales senator star
vlng to death
Walking sticks are looked upon aj
marks of distinction In Porto Klco
Americans are prone to look upoi
them as signs of weakness, elthei
jihyiscal or mental
Child Valued at $50,000.
McAlester, Okla —Dan Pacific!, an
Italian, for himself and for hts wife,
filed suit in the district court against
the Choctaw Railway and Lighting
, company for $."0,000 damages. He al-
liiterurbati. j '®ges in llis l^tltlon that their child,
. Nunstatta Hairface, ageti about 18
months, was on the morning of May
10 run over by one of the defendants
II Gillette of Hobart, James Ilott ttnd , °ar an<1 ki"ed near Dow
A. L. Ives, were arrest •.« on indict- ——-
meat* recentlj returned by the grand Big Postoffice Recelpts.
jury Charging them with violating the Oklahoma City. Okla—The receipts
i-tate election laws Each pleaded not of the Oklahoma Citv postoffice foi
guilty and was released under $ 1,00o the month of May, mil, when com-I
bond (lilli'tte is charged with voting | pared with the
In a ward of which he was not a legal show a large
resident and Pott an l Ives with "vot- any' postoffice in the
Attacks Convict Label Law.
The constitutionality of the Oklaho-
ma law requiring the labeling of con-
vict made goods sold within the state,
was attacked in an action filed in the
Court Says Negro Must Die.
John Henry Prather, one of the five
negroes adjudged guilty of the mur-
der Of \Y. H. Archer in Oklahoma City,
will hani: June 21, the criminal court
of appeals having informed the gover-
nor that there was no error in the
record of the trial, which was certifi-
ed to the court by the governor. The
' nlted States circuit court by Hoge record of the trials of the four other
& Montgomery, ihoe manufacturer* of negroes sentenced to death on th*
on the ground that the, same date are still pending before the
criminal court of appeals.
Dragging Their Hosiery.
Little Arlene was familiar with the
appearance of the garden hose at
home, but when she observed a line of
fire hose*, with its great length and
bulk lying serpent-like in the street,
she Immediately inquired what it was.
Her mother replied that was firemen's
hose, and the child went on watching
In the meantime two additional Are
companies dashed up, and these newly-
arrived fire fighters were carrying'
their respective lines toward the burn-
ing building, when little Arlene spieci
"Oh, mamma," she cried, craning
her neck out of the crowd, "here
comes more firemen dragging their"
hosiery behind them!"—Lippincott's.
Accused of Vote Frauds.
law- is a burden on interstate com-
merce. The company says only 15
per cent of its product is turned out
hv convicts. It is alleged, therefore,
the Oklahoma law should not apply.
Bars Indemnity Company.
A Chicago professor says there It
motion in everything, that the mole
cules In matter of every kind are ft!
mays moving. Perhaps he has mole
cules Instead of "wheels."
ing" four membi
of the convict road
same month in 1909,
per cent increase than
gang in the recent primary.
Kish and oysters transmit leprosj
according to a New Orleans scientist
However, the fear of leprosy has nol
prevented our anglers from taking ad
vantage of the opening of the flshltu
A Chicago divine tells us that th«
world of the present day Is deeper lr
eln than It was In the worst days ol
the Roman empire Evidently he over
Jooks the fact that all the world is noi
Echo of Carmen's Strike.
Oklahoma ' 'it> Okla. A .1 Remls
and F. M. Ranks of th
Street Railway company
trial for alleged violation of the state
labor laws. Demurrers to the infor-
mation filed against them last Febru-
ary were o\erruled by Judge John \V
llayson of the county court The two
men were charged with having at-
tempted to keep employes of the
street railway from joining the union.
The arrests grew out of the street car
strikes last winter.
whose annual receipts amount to or Pari^ can be admitted to Oklahoma
"Outlaw" Policy Found.
.-tn.te Insurance Commissioner P A.
Ballard received an insurance policy
which was claimed to have been is-
sued to insure property in Oklahoma
Insurance < ommissloner Ballard has I by a company which the commtasioB.
announced that he has decided not to er says is not licensed to do business
authorize the Western Automobile In- in Oklahoma. Mr Ballard said th^'r
dernnity association of Kansas to do if an agent resident In Oklahom*
business ,n Oklahoma for the reason wrote the policy he will be suble t u,
that no foreign mutual insurance com-1 prosecution. The matter
A Formal Garden.
Knlcker Have they got a forma}
Bocker—Yes; no chickens alloweC
are more than $1(
Farmer Shot To Death.
Ada. Okla—Clate Copeland, living
Oklahoma iwo miles east of Tyrola, was shot and
must go to Instantly killed by .1 n. Taylor. The
weapon used was a single barreled
i shotgun loaded with 'BR' shot, 32 of
j «hich took effect in Copeland'3
breast. Details as to the cause of tha
killing are meager as Taylor refused
to talk and oth
nothing of It
t-d Taylor and placed him in jail at
Ada pending examination
i-osses and Gains Balance Up.
Some interesting comparisons have
been made by Secretary Beti Hennes-
will be In.
and the Fort Smith
Western railroad companies by
Not In a grouchy spirit but just ot
general principles, we wish to cal
attention to the fact that in Chlni
the telephone operators answer thus
"How can the Insignificant one serv<
tte enllghter.ed master?"
An aged New Yorker, who hai
fceen convicted fourteen times as
burglar and served seventeen years lr
I>rl6on. declares that the loot he gath
*rtd would not amount to $20. Some
Urr.ts It pays to be honest
Its Last Commencement.
Oklahoma Citv, Okla The last
■ommencement of the Epworth univer-
sity under Its present name and at its
present location was held here ami
diplomas were granted twenty-eight
graduates of various courses. Much
of the furniture of the school already
is packed to be shipped to Guthrie,
where the university will be continued
under the name of the Oklahoma
Methodist college and under the d
rectlon of the Methodist Eplscopi
Fix Santa Fe Assessment.
The state auditor has completed a
computation of the total assessment
se> of the state board of agriculture of the Santa Ft
between the figures now coming In and
from the county clerks of the various the state board of equalization The
Counties in regard to agricultural pro- assessed value of the Santa Fe fn
ducts for last yar and the correspond- 1911 is $30,8.",9419 .u, iMrrei .
ing figures for 1909. The losses and $130,002 over last year. This increase
gains seem to balance up well, and the is due to additional property owned bv
know 1 loss "> acreage of a certain product in the Santa Fe this vear The total .
Sheriff Mitchell arrest- " «' ounn invariably will be offset by sessed valuation of the Fort Smith
an augmented acreage in another, so and Western is $2,621 7":
that the grand total comes out with a of about $200 000 Jv. "
good average. valuation of last v.
ver the assessed
Forty Years for Alleged Yegg.
Guthrie, Okla.- R F. Graham, charg?
ed with robbing the Cotton Exchange
bank of Crawford early this year, was !
<< n\icted in the district court at'
i heyenne and sentenced to forty years
In the McAlester penitentiary.
Confederates to Meet at Ardrrore.
Guthrie, Okla Announcement is
Oil Men Ask Injunction.
The Barnsdall Oil company of Del-
Camp Gets Parole.
, Governor Cruce has issued an indefi- i
Ean :'"lon ln th(' rnite'1 lite parole to Jesse Camp, of Anadar- I
court asking an order ko, convicted of passing a forged in- 1
..... Osage strument, and sentenced to one vear's
Indian, from interfering with the imprisonment
company's oil and gas rights on Tink
restraining Frank Tinker,
Camp was paroled on
A Lunch Fit for a King.
An active and successful youn
fady tells her food experience:
"Some years ago I suffered from
nervous prostration. Induced by con-
tinuous brain strain and improper
food, added to a great grief.
I was ordered to give up my work,
as there was great danger of my mlrd
failing me altogether. My stomach
^ as in bad condition (nervous dyspep-
sia, I think now) and when Grape-
Nuts food was recommended to me, 1
had no faith ln it. Howayer, I tried
it, and soon there was a marked im-
provement in my condition.
"I had been troubled with faint
Bpells, and had used a stimulant to
revive me. I found that by eating
Grape-Nuts at such times I was re-
lieved and suffered no bad effects,
which was a great gain. As to my
other troubles—nervous prostration,
dyspepsia, etc.—on the Grape-Nuts diet
they soon disappeared.
"I Wish especially to call the atten-
tion of office girls to the great benefit
I derived from the use of Grape-Nuts
as a noon luncheon. I was thoroughly
tired of cheap restaurants and ordin-
ary lunches, and so made the experi-
ment of taking a package of Grape-
Nuts food with me. and then slipping
April 3 for 60 days on account of the _ "00n Rni1 Betting a nlckel'i
: " 1"".el, Is included serious illness of his father. Now on
U' :';T<'.S "1 whlch the com- representations that his father is still
pa i> h'>.<lr- a blanket lease. The com- in
- rt- ' "lift n uicne
worth of sweet cream to add to it.
I found that this simple *
A New York woman has started
•nit ag&inet a hair dresser becaust
her tresseB have been dyed green
Green may be a beautiful color, hut
It la not likely that the lady's neigh
tors will turn green with envy
(Sparks from a locomotive landed
ln the midst of a bonnet which
bloomed on a Nebraska woman's head
and burned the bonnet to a crisp All
of which goes to show that there an
warloua ways of burning uj mona/
Oklahoma City Gets Big Convention.'
Oklahoma City,—The largest con-^
vention yet secured for this city will
he brought here in May, 1912, when It i
Is expected that 10,00ft delegates and
guests will attend the National South
ern Baptist convention. I)r Carter!
Helm Jones has Just returned from
Jacksonville, Fla where the meeting
was held this year and where, with the I
aid of western delegates, he succeeded
In capturing the 1912 convention for
Oklahoma City. This gathering will
Wean much for Oklahoma City.
Granite Guard Shoots Convict.
Hobart, Okla—James Klley. a
guardsman front the Granite reforma-
tory, who has charge of prisoners
working the roads in this county, shot
and disabled convict No. 2 when ths
convict incited a mutiny and attempt-
ed to lead eleven other prisoners to
liberty No 2 hard started to disarm
another guard when Klley awoke and
opened fire. Another prisoner who
escaped recently, taking Hoadinaster
Hamilton s fine horse, was captured
at OUly and the animal recovered
700 Mile Trip In Auto.
State Game Warden John R. Doolin
•ias juSt returned from an official vis-
la n le that the annual reunion of Ok- I panv cites t hat' Tin'ker"nliiwPfi"'Jrin'J I a "'!,ir'al ('"",li,ion' i,ncl on recom- I
'I- will b. I Hrnnnrt U). Und, thU all-tin,- |t J", I
" Syr*.4*— - - « «**— '■ " s.a.'ir*" •
It to the
an indefinite period.
Cruce Invited to Boston.
Governor Cruce has received an In-
vitation to attend the meeting of th*
part Chicago Association of Commerce in
... , „ dish, fin-
ished Off With an apple, peach, orange
or a bunch of grapes made a lunch fit
for a king, and one that
ti e St., e i inering the journey of Boston on governor's day, which will
■ ■ " • border count,..* and be June 1.1. Coventors from all New
return in an aut.v Mr. Doolin -.Led Knglami states and nianv of toe Cen
the live stock
counties of the
In all of th
been better. ^ pJV..2£i.T £
condition in splte^of th. Inn,'drninh'
.cent « atil, -H— ™ra, -
"I throve so on my Grape-Nuts diet
that I did not have to give up my work
1 all and In the two years have had
inly four lost days charged up against
"d*1 lh f your suggestions
the littlo book. Road to Wellvllle'
are In my opinion, invaluable, esp«i-
' a ^ <o women." Name given by
I ostum Co., Hattlo Creek, Mich.
Read "The Road to Wellvllle" in
"There's a Reason "
rfa,l th ihovp i.tirrt
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Sprague, G. E. The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1911, newspaper, June 15, 1911; Hennessey, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc105765/m1/2/: accessed July 31, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.