The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 231, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 15, 1911 Page: 3 of 16
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THE OKLAHOMA STATE CAPITAL. SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 15. tTtl
Complain. That They Cannot
Walk on Streets of Ber-
lin With Safety
POLICE GIVE THEM ADVICE
"Do Not Dress Conspicuously or
Loiter on Street and You Will
Not be Imposed on" — This
Seems to be The Oiily Solution
HJOULIN, Jan. 14.~ American •women
complain thai thcv cannot walk on the
princiapl Ktretu, even In the center of
Uerlin, without being subjected to most
nn^eusant attentions not only by bc£-
gais who rudely importun® thein for
money nut' by much more objectionable
chat a<'t<T- .
St. inain women have been Insulted
recently that the police authorities have
poste.I many more detectives on the
j-treels with instructions to enforce vig-
orously ihe laws that order decent and
respectable conduct in jublic.
TIk iferliner Taqeblatt is publishing
Pi/ ,'from feminine readers who advise
ti i- 'tors on the best methods of
n.rillnx themselves of men who approach
■*,heni when they are walking alone.
T\ those letters It appears that Ameri-
can women arc peculiarly subject to
such annoyance because they dress bet-
ter ond therefore perhaps more conspic-
uously than most German women.
Some of the letters are amusing; In
them women describe how they have
Rot ri<l of all persons who broke all
the conventionalities to express admir-
ntion as Midden as ardent. One woman
"I accepted the escort of a ma. who
see ih'iI i . : e a gentleman, but I warned
him i.e must leave me when we reached
th" next lan ppost.
"1 do net look quite so young by lamp-
light as in the shadow," the writer ex-
plains and adds:
"Sure enough at the nevt lamppost
this person cast one glance at me, raised
his hat and departed."
To this a woman, presumably beauti-
"But all of us cannot look old by
v Another correspondent wrote:
"I permitted a volunteer escort to I
rome as far as the door of my home.
Then | suggested that he come in and
bo introduced to niy husband. The fel
low left hurriedly."
The advice of the polk e five to at
"Do not dr^ss conspicuously.
''Do not loiter in the street .particu-
larly after dusk.
SID & STEWART
Were Simply Unfortunate in Be-
ing Called Before the Pris-
on Probe Committee
Chandler Militiamen, Just Hap-
pened to Know Something
About the 'Mystery" of Asa
Bannon's Pardon Local Pap-
er Assists in Making all Clear
The Big Bargain offers of the
State Capital have been continued
to Monday, Febrn~,-y 6, 1911, So
many forgot, V/e want to give
all a chance. S^e the list on page
2. There are some rare bargains
in literature. Read them over
carefully and then send the
amount for some one of them.
MUSKOGEE LOOKING ROUND
After Some Plum Pudding And
Don't Care What Flavor
The sentiment of the house committee
on public buildings which now has nearly
n do/en bit's before It proposing various
locations for the state school for the
blind, now temporarily located at. Fort
Gibson, seems to be favorable to leav-
ing tin school ut that plaee and making
It - local Ion there permanent.
The Muskogee delegation Is making a
strong fight for the Fort Gibson loca-
tion and the apparent defect of the
Muskogee fa'r '>iII is thought to increase
the chances of their getting what they
> et in regard to any of the other public
want in this particular instance.
No conclusions have been reached as
building plums which are to be handed
out at this session.
In an edition of the State Capita\
•Friday* January 6, a.s a part of a
special news story from Oklahoma
City appears tho following: —
"The three paroled convicts, As.i
l?ranon« Sid iWheclor and Stew.irtj
Diamond for whom attachments wore
issued by the committco on Wednes-
day night Came in on a later train
and were placed on tho witness
The foregoing was forwarded the
State Capital by its regular corres-
pondent and appeared generally in
the press of the stato.
It now develops that there resides
at Chandler two young men members
of tho state militia who bear the
same names as tho latter two men-
tioned in the previous news story
and that neither of these, Sidney
Wheeler or Stewart Diamond have
ever been in the stato prison and con-
sequently could not have been "pa-
roled convicts. The State Capital
had no way of knowing that there
were two men of Chandler of the
same name nor that the two Chandler
men might have been subpoenaed to
testify before the investigating com-
In this regard the following from
the Chandler News-Publicist.
"Sidney Wheeler and Stewart Dia-
mon, members of the Chandler mili-
tia company who were subpoenaed
before the probing committee of tho
legislature last week to tell what they
knew regarding the Asa Brannon
pardon, are justly indignant over the
manner in which the Guthrie Capital
reporter wrote them up- 1 the story
of their visit the reporter stated both
the boys were ex-convicts. Now. as
it happens, both boys are members in
good standing of our militia, are con-
nected with prominent families, have
never been' convicted but, instead,
bear the best of reputations. It is
certainly up to the editor of tlu Cap-
ital to come out with a correction.
ConiJ- <froin a source of un-
quPstlr d authority on the ail-
ments at men it is presumed to
bo Infallible, while the profession
generally endorse the Ingredients
and prescribe them in many dif-
ferent forms of] various diseases.
The following formula Is highly
efficient in quickly restoring in
nervous exhaustion, melancholia,
anxiety, timidity in venturing,
dizziness, luart palpitation, tremb-
ling limbs, insomnia, thinness, cold
extremities, tired-all-ln feeling and
general inability to do those nat-
ural and rational acts upon which
depends a man's success and hap-
piness in social and every-day life.
The instruction* for mixing at
homo secretly so that no eiribar-
raisment may be felt, are as fol-
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ono oume compound fluid halm-
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hours. Then add one ounce com-
pound essence cardiol and ono
oun-e tincture cadoinene com-
pound (not cardamou), and mix
all together. The directions are
t- t 1 . one '.e&gponnful after
each meal and one when retiring,
until bounding health and full
strength are restored. liven a
few weeks "ill witness most
Astonishing nervous force an.'
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no matter how -serious the case
""•* (ontiiins ii'• opiates what-
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women who suffer with their
nerves with absolute certainty of
prompt and lasting benefits.
I Ml, 51'11.5
Bank Burglars Are Having Reg-
ular Picnic Along The
SIXTY DAY LOOT $100,000
No Big Banks but Many Small j
Ones—Oklahoma Has Not Es !
caped, in Fact State Seems to !
Have Attracted Attention of!
CLEVELAND OIL DISTRICT
Substantial TCoom Brought on by
CI.EVEI.AXn. Okla. .Fan. 14. Tlic cilv
of Cleveland, Pawnee county, is just at
present enloylng a substantial boom and
has been brought on by the finding of
oil In largo quantities in the Cleveland
With several wells producing from
300 barrels per day to 4,500 barrels per
day. it seems to be certain that one
of the richest oil fields in the world is
l-eing opened up.
As Cleveland is in the heart of the
producing territory there Is no doubt
hut that the boom now staring will result
In the building of a large city here.
We are glad to learn that "red shirts
make Ileus lay," but what garment would
Influence them to cut their present prices
fight over rules
Neither Oklahoma Has Made Ad- j
option This Session
Neither house of the k'pilaturc !',£
acjopted Its permanent
rules as yet, and
when the rules question finally comes
up for consideration the minority mem-
ber* of both houses expect to make
a strong fight for the same rules which
the Democrats have been fighting in con-
gress, namely to aliftw the members of
the- minority to make their own assign-
ments of the places on places which
y are allowed by the majority of each
he senate is also having great diffi-
y in agreeing on its rules, as many
of the older members are wedded to the
1 rules and see no reason for making
any material change in them, while
some of the new senators, who are stick-
lers for certain forms of parliamentary
procedure, desire to make some decided
The joint rules were reported to tho
senate yesterday afternoon, but were not
finally adopted at that time.
CARD OF THnNKS
"We feel a great debt of gratitude
to the members of the Guthrie Lodge
of A. IT. T. A. for their kindness and ;is-
slstance in our bereavement and loss by
the death of our dear husband and father
also we offer heartfelt thanks to the
kind friends and neighbors for their kind-
ness and asjstance in our time of need.
MRS. ISABELLA GRAN T.
Wife of Charley Grant.
MISS IDA GRANT.
A Woman's Appeal
the kidneys or lie
to her for a lion*
repeatedly eJie,j all of
sufferers of rheuma-
ular or of the joints.
backache, pains In
ralgia pains, to \i -it"
lv to send It to all
iu can cure yourself
nds will testify—no
FAKES TO BE BARRED
Senator Landrum Introduces Bill
to Stop Side Shows
Olila.. Jan. II. 11
iHsifiod man 11
at home as the
c hange of climat
simple discovery banishes uric acid from
the blood, loosens the stiffened joints,
' ruriefis the blood, and brightens the eyes,
giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system, if the above interests you, for
T roof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box R,
South Bend. Ind.
OPPOSITE ^u6iur;-i;E, G'JTH."
^ CHILDREN A f.r'fctlALT I.
—The bearded lady. I
and the human skeleton will all hav<
to steer clear of Oklahoma or lose
their means of making a living if
favorable action Is taken on tho bill
introduced Friday by Senator K. M.
Landrum, of Tahlequah.
The bill makes it unlawful "for
any person or persons to exhibit for
gain within this stale any human
being, who on account of the pecul-
iar working of nature may be termed
a freak, deformitory or malforma-
The penally Is fixed at from $10
to $100 for each offense.
■Senator Landrum, who is a Chero-
kee Indian, introduced a bill in the
first state legislature forbidding the
use of wooden Indians for cigar
signs. A bill was introduced at that
session by Representative P. A. Bal-
lard, now slate insurance commission-
er, prohibiting public exhibitions of
APPROPRIATION BM I S
ASHING-TON, -Ian. II -I'rtu tlcally
entire time of the house todav was
devoted to the army appropriation bill,
on I; small prog res s being made with
ils piovlslons. here was no s-. don of
the «erate. Both senate and house will
meet at noon Monday.
Working Properly, Because There
Is Wind In It, Use Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets to Set
It Going- Again.
A Trial Package Free.
The doctors call it flatulency, but un-
professional folks know it is "wind on
the stomach," and a most distressing
; tate of things it Is. It is a serious
condition of this great motor organ.
AI way annoying and painful in the
extieme, at times often leading to bad
and fatal results. The stomach em-
barrassed and hampered with wind,
• annot take care of its food properly
and indigestion follows, and this has a
train too appalling to ' numerate. Tho
entire s\stem is implicated—mad© an
active or passive factor in this trouble
and life soon be nines a questionable
All this b explained in doct
how undigested food causes gases by
fermentation and fomentation in which
process some essential fluids are de-
stroyed burnt up- wasted by chemical
action, followed bv defective nutrition
and the distribution through the ali-
mentary tract of chemically wrong ele-
ment- and as a consequence the stom-
ach an.! entire system i* starved. Plenty
of food, you see, but spoilt in prepara-
tion and worse than worthless.
A deranged stomach is the epitome of
evil; nothing too bad to emanate from
It. but the uas it generates is probably
ii; worst primary effect and flic only
way to do away with this is to remove
the cause. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
go to the root of this trouble. They
attack t\e gas-making foods and render
them harmless. Flatulency or wind on
the stomach simple cannot exist where
then© powerful and wonderworking little
lade for Ibis very purpose
making foods and convert
per nutriment. This is j and police offic
and office. A whole boos \
ie written about them and then | <
told that might be told with
to sufferers f.iom this painful
dyspepsia. It would mention
is « patient and expensive ex-
t In effort to arrive at this re-
sult of failures innumerable and at la^t
success, it would make mention of the
different stomach correctives that enter
into this tablet and make it faithfully
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are not
alone intended for the sick, but well
folks as well; for the person who craves
hearty foods and wants to eat heartily
and run no risks of bad effects, they
net like a charm and make eating arid
digestion a delight and pleasure. They
keep the stomach active and energetic
and able and willing to do extra work
without special labor or effort. Don't
forget this \\ eli people are often neg-
lected, but the Stuart Dyspepsia Tablets
have them In mind.
\ free trial package will he sent any
one who wants to know just what they
6re, how they look and taste, before
beginning treatment with them. *fter
this go to the drug store
here or at home, they aie | i|„i, n clearing how
ox and by gelting them at | recarding criminal
The suggestion of Bank Commissioner
J. N. Dolley of Kansas for a plan of co-
I operation between the state authorities
of Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska to
break up the two gangs of bank rob-
ners which have been operating in tho
three states has called attention to the
unusual number of robberies of that
! sort which have occurred in the last
I few weeks, and the seriousness of th*•
j situation has been further accented by
I tho statement of W. B. Harrison of Enid,
secretary of the Oklahoma Bankers' as-
I soclation, that there at'© now at least
nineteen men with reputations as safe-
blowers in or around Oklahoma.
Bank Commissioner Dolley stated that
there had been at least thirty hanks
robbed In Kansas within the last sixty
days, with the total loot secured amount-
ing to about $100,000 and the reeord of
Oklahoma has been almost as bad. That
the work is being done by a gang of
experts is shown by the way in which
they accomplished their work in robbing
the North Muskogee State bank at Rex,
the last job of the sort reported in okla-
homa. Tn that eas© five doors had to
he opened to reach the cash and tho
robbers used only six shots of nitro-
glycerine to do the work. Only a few
days later the postoffice at Keiffer no*
fa1' distant, was robbed presumably by
the same pang.
Tho Bank of Jefferson has been robbed
twice recently. $3,000 helnsr secured the
first time. Other Oklahoma bank rob-
beries within tlie last f°w weeks Include:
Bank of Prue, Prue. Okla.. held up,
$1,700 obtained; Cotton Exchange bank.
Crawford, Okla., held up, $1,300 obtained;
Citizens bank of Driftwood, safe blown,
S2.-00 obtained: Peoples National bank.
Wapanucka. Okla.. safe blown but rob-
bers frightened away.
Postoffice robberies hnv
at Arcadia. Goltry. Jefferson, Pond
Creek. O'-cene and Ponea City, In addi-
tion to the bold holdup of a theatre box
office at Tulsa, when the robbers got
Sway with $1,100 of the evening's receipts
from a crowded house attracted by Viola
Allen and her company.
The busy season for veggmen in tin
southwest is always during December
January, February and March. With the
approach of warm weal her they return
to their haunts in the cities and live dur-
ing the summer season on the proceeds
of their winter's work. Last spring there
was a similar wave of crime over Okla-
homa. running more to postoffice rob-
beries at that tlhe, but it war not as
pronounced as that of this year. During
the lime when those robberies were par-
ticularly numerous a conference of post-
office inspectors was held at Fort Smith.
Ark., to discuss the situation, and on
I he same day, according to Inspector J.
C. Stonebrook. there was a convention of
"yeggs'' in the same eilv. Most Vif them
were known to the Inspectors as profe -
i slonnl criminals, but they had no spe-
)ks; j oiflo evidence on which arrests could be
ma>le at that time.
This winter, however, conditions have
rotten so bad that it made the old-timers
think of the davs of 1*02-3 when the
DaUon and Doolin gangs were robbing
everything in sight alone (lie Kansas-
Oklahoma border. The bankers are al
most ns greatly worried as they were
at that time, and are taking as elabo-
rate precautions as they did then t">
prevent the recurrence of such raids.
There seems to be no question that
there are at lea«t two organized gangs
at work, having at least an understand-
ing as to the division of territory, if not
in actual co-operation with each other.
The cang operating in Nebraska
northern Kansas is believed by i*ank de-
tective" to have its headquarters at W\-
more N'eb . while the one working in
southern Kansas seems to work out of
Nnthonv and Arkansas City. Kas.. with
i«u real headquarters in Oklahoma. City.
The ouestlon of how to put a. stop to
their operations is worrying the bankers
We have been served notice in writing from our "Landlord" at
Chandler Okla.. to pay more rent or move", our lease expires the 15th
of Feb. 1911 and under the circumstances we certainly can pay no more
rent, we feel that we are paving all the room is worth and if anything
more than it is worth now—
The President of the Monarch D. 0. Co.. is cut of town this week
nialiirisr final arrangements for our new location. Next week will begin
the landslide removal sale of our entile stock We positively must re-
duce our stock to the lowest possible figure and do so in 30 days.
Dry Goods Company
no plan of action has been outlined as
*'l am heartily with him on this prop-
osit'on," said Governor Lee Cruco of
Oklahoma in regard to tlie Dolley plan.
"My Idea would be to send out some
good men who are used to hunting down
criminals of that sort and try to round
them up. I shall be very glad to hear
anything more that Mr. Dolley has to
say about it and will do anything I can
to help him. We haven't any speci.'io
law under which we could work here,
but we have a fund for offering rewards
and can stretch that a little if the « i o
BREAKS THE WORST COLD
AND ENDS GRIPPE MISJtiKY
IN FEW HOURS.
seems to demand it 1 guess that would
be a legitimate place to offer a reward
Since statehood several bills have been
introduced to provide more severe meth-
ods in handling bank robbers, but nono
also occurred j of them .have been enacted. Senator A.
P. Vandeventer while a member of the
house fathered a bill appropriating J50,000
for the upe of the governor in offering re-
wards foij bank robberies. Tho bill was
cut to $5,bOO and finally killed. Four bills
died on the calendar of the second legis-
lature that made bank robbery and 'die
use of explosives in committing burg-
laries punishable b/ life imprisonment.
LOCAL PARCELS POST
Rural Parcels Post vs.
WASHINGTON, Jan 14.—Then. is
much confusion in tho popular mind re-
garding the parcels-post. There are two
absolutely distinct propositions before
congress one for a general parcels-
post and the other for a rural parcels-
The generay parcels-post Is feared by
tho .town and country store, on accour)-
of7the added advantage it may bring
t flic large commercial centers. The
friends of the measure point to its suc-
cessful operation in European countries;
Us opponents answer by calling attention
to the immense distance to be covered in
our country,' which make comparison.-
with compact Kuropean counties futile
In rural parcels-post, tho question of
| distance does not enter; for this measure
j will affect only packages originating and
i ending on the same short rural route. N'o
I package could be mailed, under the bene-
j fits of the proposed system, from a large
I city to a farm or residence on another
I rural route. The service will be strictly
I local. Th© fear of competition of the
large catalogue houses should, therefore,
ho eliminated by considering rural par-
eels-post. The only way by which these
c atalogue firms could reap tho advantage
| of the proposed rural paic'-Is post Is by
having an agent on each rural route to
I distribute their packages. As there arc
Tiie most effective and harmless way
to cure the (Jrlppe or break a severe
col I. either In the head, chest, hack stom-
ach or limbs, is a dose of Pape's Cold
Compound every two hours uilt'.l tiiree
consecutive dose.s are taken.
You will distinctly feel the cold break-
ing and all grippe symptoms go ng alter
the very first dose. It promptly relieves
tne most miserable neuralgia pains, head-
ache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up.
feverishness. sneezing, sore throat, run-
ning of tl.e nose, soreness, stiffness and
Take this harmless Compound as
reeled, with, the knowh dge that t e e
no other medicine, made anywhere else
in the world,- which will cure your cold
or en.I grippe misery as promptly and
wit ho ,t any other assistance of bad af-
ter-effects as a l\* cent package < f I'ape's
Cold Compound, w hich any drugg st In
the world can supply.
After three years' research we have
cone! lively demonstrated that quinine
i* not effective in the treatment of colds
'' e -ates who were veteran boozers
twi^ti themselves about in their seats
;it tne Hou/ers convention at the Salva-
tion Amr ball last night and gosed
wit! mingled envy and pride at tho
" VP -
rkct for his fruits and garden truck.
I, in turn, the country store will bar •
additional output on account of daily
icli with the farmer.
he machinery for this additional
vice is already established in tii^
sent rural free delivery; no new prlr-
e is Invoked. President Taft did not
ommer.d the general parcels-post. Oni
: on, no doubt, w as the immensity of
undertaking but on the contrary,
strongly recommended the rural
interest of the rural
here are many who, while appreciat-
t! e advantages of the rural parcels*
t. still oppose it because they fear
t it may lead to flic general oarcels-
t. Conservatism Is to he commended,
progress would always be blocked
•e the ghosts of far-off consequences
be allowd to bar the way. Why not
e the courage to face each issue as it
h? The welfare of the farm-
50 cents a
home you will save time and pOstng'
Your doctor will prescribe them; they
jav tbere are 40.Ofln doctors uslnir them,
but when you know what is the matter
with your. e|f, why go to the expose of
a prescription" For fre- trial package
eeently by both the state convention
of chiefs of police and city marshals of
Kansas towns, held at Wichita, and by
♦ he interstate correspondence betw
Hank f'omissioner Dolley and tho state
official: of Nebraska and Oklahoma.
T! c robbers travel in motor caru. It
usnallv takes four or ive men to insur"
a good |ob. They will start from sorm
border town and run their car as nea>'
to the scene of the proposed robbery as
thev can without beinj? detected. Three
or four of the men are stationed at posi-
tion" around the bank to keen awa*.'
citizens that might be awakened bv th*
noise of openinc the safe. One man does
all the work at the safe. After the
work is completed they get away from
the scene in the motor car. Tn all .if
the recent eases it was evident that the
men were experts, as they took but
shot to open the safes and made 110 ef
fort to muffle the explosion. In case of
a general alarm th*v would shoot up
and down the streets to scare out would-
h pursuers, but never shoot any clt
About the only definite plan to heln the
situation snv has been the suggestion
vnem; J mad0 st the Wichita meetln* to estah-
111 be received and
mighty proud of it,'* con-
tinued Dele gate 'Red-Nose Alike;' "but
Judge, I've made up my mind to cut it
en 1 and I want to sign the pledge.''
"The Judge" was Major John M. Ber-
riman, local head of the Salvation
\iuiv he is not a judge and was not
sitting as a Judge, but lie was presid-
ing at tiie me ting, and it Is probable
'ha' "Rcd-Xose Mike" ne\er before
fa<' d n oiesidlng officer who was not
a nollt e magistrate.
'I h"re were W0 responses to the invi-
tation1- . i t out by Major Berriman
for all tI'e ' boozers and "rummeries ' to
Some of those who accepted the in-
vitation were away up in years and
others In middle life, but the notice-
able features was that there were very
few young men. Every seat in the hall
waa a "boozer." in that one seat was
but one was occupied by a man who
a woman, who sat away up in front.
The onventlon began at tfVcloeR and
did not end until early this morning.
Major Berriman and his corps of assist-
ants spoke, sang and did most anything
'« make the convention one which will
always b • remembered by the delegates
One boozer delegate who had sallied
forth from a soloon earlier in the even-
ing entered the convention about J
0 clot 1 \n un -haved delegate was speak-
ing then, and the tardy toddy fellow
sat down After the delegate who had
tho floor was through talking Major Ber-
riniai. ai"-e and said that, any delegate
who v'shed to bring any matter to the
attention of the convention should do so.
1 he r.ewlv arrived delegate arosp and
spoke briefly, and Delegate "Bed-Nose
Mil c" followed him.
That was the beginning. From then
clock there were experiences
lie boozer delegates*
'Fritz ' Somebody told how
he had been a "booz" fighter" for forty
joins, i theis related similar stories,
and when Major Berriman said It was
lime for lunch more than 7". delegates
had told of their careers as "boozers."
From I'C.TOo'clock until 11:30 the con-
ventior- abandoned the weightier busi-
ne-■ matters while the tired delegates *
were regaled with coffee and sandwiches.
TIite and ate until the stork la 11
hi t v the Salvation Arm1 officials was
• \ha ted. ainl then the convention na'
reconvened, a few delegate: retiring from
' hall when the food was gone.
Majo; Berriman announced a short |
song -erviie. and the delegates sang
"Where is Mv Wandering Boy Tonight""
and some more.
the invitation to «ign the
first the delegates were a
a epting it. but then, afl*r
tiiree had made the star'
-teidy movement toward the
until lO.oO <
tinit It will b
iwn into o-er
ioth >ig certain about love-
Building, Marshall, Michigan,
1 Go Stuart
from which Information will be sent out
to all officer* The assistance of the sher-
iffs In the various counties ami of the
Anti-Horse Thief associations will be so
Commissioner Dolley*s suggestion of
ro iperatlon between the states has
been cordially received in Oklahoma but
THE havoc hog lard lias wrought to ihr Amrriran digestion SnowdriH is sold by leading deal-
is a long sad story, and the best way to make that long SiateX^dXnTpa^d.This
story short is to use Snowdriit lor the shortening, guaranlri . couplrd with our own
Snowdrift Hogless Lard is composed of highly ^ur"n,0®1 Xays1"to*demand
relined Collon Seed Oil, with a slight proportion ol oleo slearine, Snowdrift Hogless Lard,n d
(brel lat) to give consistency. Always call lor "Snowdriit. beware ol any and every attempt
The Southern Cotton Oil Co. n'\
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Greer, Frank H. The Oklahoma State Capital. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 231, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 15, 1911, newspaper, January 15, 1911; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc127592/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.