The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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lllffUK CMP Kims
Tk laerease l tbe nop retnroa of
Ifee Canadian Waot, la the put htm
mU (l*rt la ao raaaoa to believe that
a correspond tag laerease wili aot re-
Mil for auj yeera to come. The la
craaaa haa baas particularly aotieaaMe
la what vaa formerly kaoara aa tbe
Northweet Territories, bat tWek, at
■sptsmhsr lat. ItOi. became the prov-
laeaa of AJberta aad SaakAtciewaa.
rroa tka official rataraa we lad tka
fsllawlag reeaits la tka acreage sown
la wheat. oata aad barley, la tka
jraara maatioaed, aad a mora favor-
akla ehewtng caaaot be poUted to
la aay otker couotry darlag a Ilka
ltM, wbea tkara ap-
pan to kilt baaa a ahuap all aloag
Ika Uaa. This, however. vaa more
far to tka tollowiag
erap la wkaat.
oata aad barley pat tka rataraa of all
jHwIioa years completely la tka akada
Mi pave aa laipataa to aattlameat la
Ika weet vklck kaa prevailed to tka
aa tka followtag takla by
ltd . .lC,0Sf,14t
I9N . ic.m.n7
R will be aaei
that tka somber of
aaraa aowa to wbeet, oaU aad barley
la MM vaa 4M.7M, aad that title kad
laeraaaad la MM to 1JIUST. Tka
total crop la tka carta la mentioned
vaa H.0M.M7 koahela la IMS. aad la
MM It had grown to the magnificent
Midi of M,411,IIS. Ia the yaar juat
cfaaad the "forward movement" la
Dm agriealtora of tka vaat haa keea
aad aavy of tka vorld.
of tka cooatry have
tribute to tka plov
aad Ike grala area kaa
lac.vaaed. Tkla la i
tloalarly tka aaaa vbera It haa b
"Alberta Rod" win-
the llaaa or the aav rail-
tka eeetre of the ooaa-
Cry. vhara miami lamias prevails.
Tka fatara of Ika Canadlaa Waal
la abaared, aad for yeara to come It
la koaad te be the land of promlae to
the agriculturist of avery nation i
of ovary ollme, ahd tka land of oppor-
taalty ta avery aattlar within lta
Follaat Infonaatloa can be
Tke charm of the wild roao la gone
ace the dawdrop la Its heart dlaap
A Houaahald Naceaalty.
1 would almoat aa soon think ot
tanning my farm vlthout Implement*
aa without Hunt'a Lightning Oil. Of
all the llnlmenta I have ever uaed, for
both maa and beast, It Is the quick-
aat In action and richest la results.
For burns and freah cuta It la sbso-
lutely wonderful. I regard It as a
NVIgg—'He do«m't Know n good
thing when he aees It." Wagg- '01
INABILITY TO It EACH AN A ORES-
MINT WITH OPERATORS WILL
•KINO ON A CONFLICT
STRIKE FUND Of tt.OM.WO PIOWOW
Operators Turn Daw* PupaalUow of
Miner*—If Strike Oacora It Will to
tka Oraataot in the Hiatary af Or
INDIAN APO.JS: The rejection of
tha counter propoaltkm offered by tke
coal operator* of tka cealral competi-
tive district by aa almoat uaaalmova
vote of tka aatloaal convention of tka
Uaited Mlaa Workers, aad tka adop-
tion of a raaoiatloa offered by Secre-
tary W. D. Ryaa of llllaola. placing
the mlaera oa record aa a aalt la re-
fusing to alsa aa agreemeat tor aay
dlatrlct oatll aa agree moat la algaad
for all dlatrlcta aader tha Jurledictton
of tho Uaited Mlaa Workers kaa cre-
ated a altoatioa which, la tka
of tke oflldala of tke aslae
Uoa will raaait la a dlarnptloa of tka
jolat agreemeat aad poaalbly oaa af
tka graataat atrlkaa of orgaalaad lakor
tka oooalry haa aver kaoara.
Tha actloa vaa Ukaa darlag a
called aaaatoa of tko Mlaa Workers
national convention, vklck vaa ealloJ
to order Immediately following a
of a jolat conference ot
tko jolat acalo committee reported
that It had boon uaable to
agroeAeat oa aay of tha
qaeatloaa involved, aad after F. L.
Robblna of PltUburg, floor leader of
the operatora, had replied to Prealdent
Mitchell's queatlon that tbe operatora
had ao farther piopoeltion to lay be-
fore the minora, concluding hla re-
marka vitk the atatemeat that It
there vaa to bo aa interruption of the
Joint agreement he viaked the reepoa-
slblllty for aach a aeverance of rela-
tlona to be placed upon tbe mlaera.
The counter propoaltlon aubmltted
by the operatora, vklck vaa aald to be
their ultimatum, provided for tae sign-
Ing for another year of the preaent
wage acale, with certala modifications
to relmburae the Illlnola operatora for
ezpeaaea Incurred under the "ahot
flrera " Mil, aow effective la that
Immediately following the rejection
of tho operatora' propoeal the conven-
tion aet about to provide meana tor ac-
cumulating n atrlke fund of aiz mil-
lion dollara, in addition to a like aum
now on depoelt In the internatloaal,
dlatrlct aad aub-diauicta of the minora'
Br. Wiiilafna' Flak FiNa tko Tan (a
That Meat Faapie Nood tar
CAUGHT BY THE GRIP-
RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA
Ia winter tbe air of the cloae rnnms la
which we spend ao mnch of the tiflM ,
doea uot famish enough oxygen to tke rnggMiM. _ A mvtv \
laaga to Urn oat tke foal matter ia the |%|KfT'l I TAIMjL
blood, lu tbe aM aeaaua we do aot agar-
ciae aa mack audtlie skin and kidneys do '
not throw off the waste matter aa freely Sharpa^las Fence re eta
aaasaal. Tbe system beooniea overloaded , Though labor aad time-saving do-
with matter, and too feeble Tlec* tor 111 *orU of work are ao com-
to throw it off. Relief out be had ouly < . «e oftoa eee; a oaaa akarpeniag
thrrmgh the use of a remedy that will feM* P0"1* i> the old way by holdlag
promptly and tl)'<ruaghly purify and th# S*0*1 wtl* haad aad wleldlag
streugthen the Wood, and the one beat , th# M wUh lh* °<her. There are aav-
yfogrtH for thia pnrpost ia the gnat erftl wtJrg -n *klck the work caa be |
blood took known aa Dr. Williams' Pink mt<le eaay. two of which will be given.
PlUf I r°T (he first plat, take three ralla ot
"They acted like magic la my —r" 640111 and fMt*B thna together
said Mrs. Clara L. Wilde, of No. S7T 1 tonB 01 Set a block la
Vkraaworth aveune, Detroit, Mick. " I
waa weak and thia and coald aot alaep.
My atoaiach and aerrea were out of or-
der. I cant describe bow miaarablel
realty waa. I dragged through six
mouths of MSboean, growing weaker
all the time aattl I Snail\j hadn't strength
enough to leave my bed.
"Taea a glad day came, tho day whan
I begaa to take Dr.WUUama* Flak Pills.
They made me feel atroog right away.
My appetite came keck, I took on Soak
and tka color retanied to my ckeeka.
People wondered that theee pUladidfor
BMwhaithedoctoraeealdat do. I took
ooly aix boxeaaad then I waa perfectly
well. If I had not found thia wooderfal
remedy I surely think that I meat kava
waatod to daatk. Believing firmly tkat
tkeee pilla aaved my life by the atrength
which they gave me at a critical mo-
meut, I uaueiutatiugly reeemmeud them
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain ao
atlmalant bat give atrength that laata.
They may be obtaiaed at aay drug
You doa't often catch a man with
hone sense fooling around automo-
OIFANYMINT TO 4NVSSTIOATI,
A Thorough Saareh Will be Made Into
the Valencia Wreck
WASHINGTON: Becretary Metcalf
of the department of commerce and
labor, ordered the thorough and aearh-
lng Investigation of the Valencia
wreck off Vancouver and the conduct
of affaire and offlcera and crow of
that ateamahlp, as well aa the officers
of the steamer Topeka and Queen,
which went to the aaslitance of the
Tho order ia contained In the fol-
lowing telegram aent by him,/o tbe
local Inapectors of the ateameblp In-
spection aervlcc at Seattle:
"Make thorough and aearchlng in-
vestigation of Vslencla wreck and of
conduct of officers and crew of Va-
lencia; alao lull Investigation of con-
duct of officers of ateameru Topeka
Allan's Foot-Ease, a powder. It enrea pain-
ful, smarting, nervona feet and ingrowing
nails. It's tbe greetaat comfort discovery
of tbe age. Makes new shoee eaay. A
certain cure for aweeting feet. Sold to
aU Druggists, 95c. Trial package FEES.
Address A. 8. Olmsted, Le Roy. N. Y.
To Found a Silent City
Deaf mutts of Chicago iave been
aaked to Join In a movement to eatab-
Hob a large colony at Caaey, Kansas,
where there are already many of the
silent people and many Induatrlee of-
fering employment auitable to their
Caney, which la a city of 3,500 in-
habltanta, la In the oil and gaa belt of
aouthwestern Kansas, within a abort
distance of tbe Indian Territory line.
The town la aurrounded by a tract of
good agricultural land. Already many
Induatrlea, owned by the mutea, are in
full operation and many more are con-
atantly being added.
With tbe carpenters, prlntera, shoe-
makers and other skilled laborers, aa
well aa the tlllera of the soil, tbe mute
colony la nearer to being aelf support
lng and aelf-aufflclent than would be
Imagined.—New York Herald.
An eaatern Binger, referring to a
trip to the hereafter, aaya: "I shall
sco Shelley and ahake handa with
Keats."—And truly, that would be a
great meeting! But not even to awlm
with Shelley In a sea of glory, or to
sit with Keats, crowned, on a cloud,
would we undertake that Journey—
tho grouad. or. better yet. aae the
stump of a tree which haa boea cat.
laavlag It aboat a foot above groaad.
Hollow out tha middle of the atamp ta
form a place to reet the poet, aad
place the tripod ia poeltkm before it
Place tke poet with lta lower ead oa
tho block ready to bo cut. aad let
the upper ead lcaa agalaat the tripod,
reatlag between two of the ralla. Both
\ ha need la chbpptag
he quickly aad eaally
way la to kava tke
block or etump near aa outbuilding,
where a piece ot timber caa be nailed
oa tha corner in proper podtkm to
hold the poet while being sharpened.
Thia takea a little leaa work In prep-
aration than the flrat plan, but the
work muat always be done In tke
eame place, while by the other plaa
the tripod caa be takea anywhere It
la wanted. In thia connection tbe
chopping block uaed la splitting wood
might be mentioned. Much labor
may be saved by providing a Bound
•olid block, aa leaa blows are required
on a perfectly solid foundation than
when a yielding one ia used. Either
select stump of a tree as described
for the first post sharpener, or take a
knotty length cut from a log. making
It about a foot long and Betting It on
end In the ground ao that it Is only
about four Inches above the surface.
If a few flat stones are placed direct-
ly under It, It will make a still firmer
foundation. This forms a block that
Is practically unyielding and the work
la much easier by its use.
O. F. Barber.
Winnebago Co., til.
Mr. T. Bamecott, Wert Aylmer, On-
tario, Can., writee:
or I was 111 with paean*
after having la grippe. 1 took
two moatka, wbea I be-
came quite well, ead I caa aay that
any one caa be cured by It la a rea-
aonabie time aad at little oxpeaae."
tyilisli Cstsrrfc, Iks RmuH sf Ls
AAUAO §a fMnn
wnppie iV'lwMiR nvWifel wlvwll
l* BpAMA# flsd Unnllk
Hi IPw^V HwWWi
Mrs. Jeaale W. Gilmore. Bog U,
White Oak. lad. Ter, writes:
"Six yeara ago I had la grippe,
whick waa followed by systemic ca-
tarrh. Tbe ooly thlag I uaed waa Pa-
rana aad Maaalta, aad I have been in
better health tbe last three yeara than
for years before. I give Peraaa all
the credit for my good health."
Pf-fs ss k Tssls Aft* U Sripps.
Mrs. Chas. R. Walla. Br, Delaware,
Ohio, writes: "After a severe attack
of la grippe, I took Peruaa aad fouad
it a very food tonic."
t'mnl mm---- m t—i-j
■Ml CgMuvt ■S8I6MS Evlf IHSS
ftf Ls firists."
Robt. L. Madiaon. A. M , Principal of
Cullowhee High School, Painter, N. C.,
la ehairmaa of the Jackson Couaty
Board of Bdocatioa. Mr. Madison
•ays: 1 am hardly ever without Pe-
ruaa la my home. It Is tbe moat effec-
tive medicine that I.have ever tried
for la gri]
"I had la grippe very bad. My hue-
Jane Olft, Athens. O.. writes:
me. Ia a very
abort time I saw Improvement and
was aooa able to do my work."
SsfltoMi Twtto Yssrs Fmm Ma*
Efseti sf Lb firipft.
Mr. Victor Patneaude, SM Madison
St, Topeka, Kaa, member of Kaigbta
aad Ladles of Security, writes:
Twelve yeara ago I had a aevsre
attack of la grippe aad I never reglly'
recovered my health aad strength—
but grew weaker ovary year until I
waa unable to work.
"Two yeara ago I began using Pe-
rron and It built up my atrength so
that la a couple of montha I was ablo
to go to work again.
"This winter I had aaother attack
of la grippe, but Peruna soon drove It
out of my system.
"My wife and I consider Peruna a
"Tlwra comes an opportunity In every Wo.'
Perhaps this Is your chance
Special Representative wanted (man or woman) In
this community. Must have good references and he
willing to work Address
H. & HOWLAND, 1 Madison Avenue. New York City.
IB GUARANTEED TO CVR1
This world would be a pleasunter
place to live in If only tho powera.
that be were aa anxious to discover;
and reward tbe good aa they are to
catch and punish the baa.
8 Tons Oraaa Hay Tree;
Everybody lovct lots and lota of fa
lor hogs, cows, sheep and swine.
Cork, though the moflt buoyant aub
stance, will not rise to the surface
again If sunk 200 feet below the
ocean's surface, wing to the great
prrraure of the water. At any less
depth It will work its way back to
and Quten pursuant to nectlon 4450 I the wrface.
Also Investigate all
PACTS IN NATURE.
Mot Only Do Wa Oat Inspiration from
I Nature, Bat Health aa WalL
' For pcoplo who are run-down and nerv-
ous, who suffer from Indigestion or drs-
pepela, headache, biliousness, or torpid
liver, coated tongue with bitter taste in
the morning and poor appetite. It be-
to turn to some Uuilc or
Ithoner which will assist Nature'
got on th
nut tbe body into Its proper c
Is becoming more and more n
anuu . . . mmm
aad help them to got on their feot and
it the body Into lta proper condition. It
calth • giving
the causes of wreck, the low of life
and any misconduct or neglect of duty
on the part ot anyone connected there-
with. Give public charges and take
testimony of all available survivors of
Valencia and of any witness who may
desire to be neard. Your Inevstlgatlon
must be thorough and complete and
your report with all evidence forward-
ed to the department. Alao forward
me immediately full preliminary re-
ports of facta as now underatood "
The aecretary'B action la based on
Information received by him tnat this
Investigation should be ordered at
once. When the report called for Is
OVER 8EA HABIT
Difference on This Sids the Water.
The persistent effect upon the heart
of caffeine In coffee cannot but re-
sult In the gravest conditions, in time.
Each attack of the drug (and that
means each cup of coffee) weakens I will destroy them.
Scalee en Le9a of Fowle.
The ecalea on the fowls' legs
should be always smooth aud glossy,
and ahould be folded compactly one
over the other. Aa long aa thia con-
dltion exlata the hen a legs are |
healthy. Aa soon, however, aa the
scales begin to lift up and loosen |
there la trouble brewing. A minute
parasite haa got under the edge of;
the scale and is eating its way grad-
ually to the protected receaaes at j
the base of the scale. When be!
reaches there he win be difficult to.
dislodge. Aa soon as anything of this
kind appears, the hen's legs should
be treated with warm greaae. The
grease should be heated to 100 de-1
rcees. If applied at that temperature
It will reach all of the Insects and |
The result will
tha past year compel
cial catalogue called
crops of our Northern
Seeds on ear seed farms
This is brim fail of bargain saeda at \m-
sasn rms xotice to-d*t.
snd receive free sufficient seed to grow S
tons of grass en your lot «r farm this
summer and oar great Bargain Seed Hock
with its wonderfa! surprises and great
bargains in seeds at bargain prices.
a package of Cos-
mos, the moat fashionable, aerviceable,
Remit 4c and we add a
beautiful annual flower.
John A. iSalzer Seed Co, Lock Draw-
er W, La Crosse, Wis.
Nature's most valuable hea
agents are to be found In forest plants
Nearly forty years ago. Dr. R.V. Pierce. I reeclved here It will be Immediately
I t«r«l 0«r <o .
Hotel and Hurgl'eal institute, at Huffalo,
N. Y.. discovered that by scientifically
•extracting and combining certain mrtiici-
nal principles from native roots, taken
•from our American foresta, he could pro-
Jucis a medicine which was marvelously
efficient In curing cases of blood disorder
and liver and stomach trouble as well as
other chronic, or liugerlng all-
many other cbronlc. or lingering an- members ot tne coranusiuwii «n
ments. This concentrated^extract of vt8tlgaled the Slocum disaster.
Nature's vitality he named "Golden Med- (
i~_i v\i«..muu v « It mirlHan tho hlrmfi hv
nppolntfd. consisting of Assistant Sec-
retary Murray, Supervising Inspector
General llhler and Herbert Knox
Smith, deputy commlaeloner of cor-
porations. These three officers were
members of tne commission which In.
the organ a little more, and the end
ls almost a matter of mathematical
demonatratlon. A lady writee from
a Western state:
"I am of German descent and It
v.aa natural that 1 ahould learn at a
very early age to drink coffee. Until
I was 23 yeara old I.drank scarcely
anything else at my meals.
"A few years ago I began to be af- 1
fected by a steadily increasing nerv-
ousness, which eventually developed j
| into a distressing heart trouble that
made me very weak and miserable.
Then, some three years ago, was add- j
ed asthma in Its worst form. My !
sufferings from these things can be
better imagined than described.
be a reappearing of the smooth coo !
dltion of the fowl's legs.
Feed of tha Colt.
The feed of the colt should be 11b-
I pral, that he may be kept growing
from the first. In the wintertime the
eolt la sometimes neglected, just as
he Is in midsummer. A period of
stunting will result In reducing the
size of the future horse. When poor
feed and poor care are combined,
the result ia about certain to be dis-
astrous. As soon aa the eolt ls old
enough to eat grnln and hay, he
should be given a little grain with his
hay every day. This grain, too, should
It ia true that CO per cent of the
deaths among tbe Sioux and Yankton
Indiana now are from tubercuioals.
but It ls also true that fifty yeara ago
tubercuioals waa unknown among the
Indians, and has fastened upon them
only since the coming af the white
maa to Dakota.
. A GUARANTEED COSE FOE PILES.
Itchlntr. Blind. Weeding. I'n.fudln* Mien. Drue-
flM« are •utborlied to refund money If PA20
OI.NTMKXT fall* to cora ta t to M dajri. 90c.
True religion, like true science, Is
based upon actual rules. The true
Christian, like the true scientist, Is
he who learns theao rules and faith-
fully obeys them.
You Will Prosper
In Oklahoma. Indian Territory and Texaa
are vast areas of unimproved land—land not
now yielding the crops of which it ia
capable. The same conditions apply to the
towns. Few lines of business are adequately
represented. There are openings of all
sorts—for mills and factories, for small
stores, for banks, newspapers and lumber
yards. Yoa bave only to get on the ground
to prove this. To enable you to do so tha
Missouri, Kansas A Texas R'y offers
Kitn Cheaper Thin Ever
February 20th snd
March 6th And 20th
On shove 4mm most Iihm wiR Mtt kotk oM-wsy
sad round tr.p. uekets ti «ic«Mio<>slb> tow run.
It your ncareii railroid item caanot siva yoa tbo
rate*, writ* ma tot particular!.
!t we're la any way iMaraatad ia tha
Sootbweat. 1 d Ilka to lend you my
papas Tha Coming Country." Addrass
C. 8. STEIN
Tickets on sala avasywkata, via
leal Discovery." It purllles the blood by
putting the stomach and liver Into
healthy condition, thereby helping the
digestion aud assimilation of food which
feeds the blood. Thereby It cures weak
stomach, Indigestion, torpid liver, or bll-
louaness, and kindred derangements.
McFarland Muat Answer Charg*
SHAWNEE: The discharge of J.
A. M"Farland, former vice president
of tho Dale bank, charged with rob-
If you have coated tongue, with bitter | ^ng the bank of $2,800 and wrecking
; lb. building ... foiled by th. 111.,
headaches, feel weak, easily
or pain In side, back gives out easily and
aches, belching of (ras. constipation, or
Irregular bowels, f<* l flashes of heat al-
ternating with chilly sensations or kin-
dred symptoms, they uolnt to derange-
ment of your stomach, liver and kidneys,
which the "Golden Medical Discovery*
will correct more s|>eedlly and perma-
nently than any other known agent. Con-
tains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
All Its Ingredients prlutod In plain hng-
llah ou wrapper.
The sole motive for substitution Is to
of a suit by the bank against McFar-
land for 96,900 for alleged robbery of
the bank. Funds In Sheriff Grace's
hands, belonging to McFarland, have
been attached by the bank.
Haatlnge Appointed Cherokee Attorney
VINITA: News h«H Just been re-
ceived that W. W. Hastlnga. of Tahle-
quah, has boon appointed by the sec-
permit the'dealer to make a little more J rt,tarv 0f the Interior to tho office
! of national attorney for the Cherokee
nation and hla contract has been ap-
etltute for "Golden Medical Discovery
Constipation causes snd aggravates
many serious diseases. It Is thoroughly
cured by Dr. Pierce's Pleasant I'elleta.
One s laxative; two or three are cathartic.
Borne men are never home long
enough to get homesick.
A man aeldom loess his confldenee
oatll be loses his money.
proved. The office carries with It a
salary of three thouaand dollars per
annum with expenses. This Is the of-
fice made vacant by the resignation
of Judge human F. Parker Jr., who
resigned to become Judge of the Unit-
ed States court of the northern dis-
trict of the Indian Territory.
I be something other than corn, which
"During all this time my husband fg un8uUed f0 the development of the
realized more fully than I did that cot- 1 groW|ng Bn|ma!.
fee waa Injurious to me. and made ev- |
ery effort to make me stop.
"Finally It waa decided a few
montha ago, to quit the uae of coffee
absolutely, and to adopt Postum Food
Coffee as our hot table drink. 1 had
but little Idea that It would help me,
but consented to try It to please my
husband. 1 prepared It very carefully,
exactly according to dlrectlona, and
waa delighted with lta delicious Sav-
or and refreshing qualities.
"Just as soon as the poison from
the coffee had tlir.e to get out of my
syatem the nutritive propertlea of the j
Poatum began to build me up, and I
nm now fully recovered from all my
nervouaness, heart trouble and aath-
ma. I gladly acknowledge that non,
for the first time In yeara. I enjoy !
perfect health, and that I owe It all
to Poetum." Name glvon by Postum
Co.. Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason. Read the little
book, "The Road to Wallville" In
Postum Food Coffee contains no
drugs of ao£ description whatsoever,
Root System of the Corn Plsnt
The root system of the corn plant Is
many times greater than most persons
suppose It to be. While It Is true that
the corn plant is In the main a sur-
face feeder, it is also tme that the
smaller roots are very long and pene-
trate the earth to a great depth. At
one of the statlona a cube of ground
around a corn plant was cut out whole
and the roots of the corn plant waahed
out. it was found that this corn plant
had sent its roots to a depth of about
four feet and that they spread thres
and a half feet from the corn plant
The legs of the birds should be
washed whenever they do not sppear
smooth. It may be some parasite Is
Don't let droppings accumulate un-
der the roosts. They throw off too
much ammonia during warm days li
The Only Celery Food
Tha only food in which celery forms an important part—Its nourishing qualities
of a marked character. It acts admirably upon the aervooa system—recommended
lor wakaialnasa, rheumatism and neuralgia.
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
Celery ooe ot Its principal ingredients, it helpe to regulate the bowela- a m
etoratlve in debility of tho digestivo organs and haa a direct effect n«n tk.
kidneys. It'e a food—not a medicine.
effect upon tha
Palatable—Nutritious—Easy of Digestion sad RoodyloEot
Dr. Priee, the ereetor of Dr. Priee'e Cream Baking Powder and DelMeae Flavoring Bstraen
MlO Oenta ■ Paokago. Aa much nourlahmant aa three loavoa of bread."
U ames CSRBAL POOD COMPANY, Chicago, Ilk
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Gunsenhouser, M. H. The Herald-Sentinel. (Cordell, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1906, newspaper, February 9, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169047/m1/2/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.