Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1915 Page: 3 of 4
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_OKJJHOMA RAHIFALL FOR MAY, 1915 [%}'
CALDMEL WHEN BILIOUS? #0! STOP! '
ACTS LI DYNAIKITE ON LIB
I Guarantee “Dodsons’ Liver Tone” Will Give You the Best Liver
and Bowel Cleansing Ypu* Ever Had—Doesn't Make You Sick!
Stop using calomel! It makes you ('spoonful and If it doesn’t straighten
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If you j you right up and make you feel fin*
WAS MADE WELL
Thousands of Men Who Enjoyed That
Sport in Britain Are Now at
* the Front.
Sca/t sAtJnl,_i 2sj*,»cA f—^ 4 fai
*■ to / tp /Ome. yjoirtl Or or Mir era
j feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or const!
! pated. listen to me!
Calomel is mercury ot quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones
Calomel, when it comes into .contact
with sour bile crashes into it. breaking
it up This is when you feel that aw-
I ful nausea and cramping. If you feel
“all knocked out," If your liver is tor-
. pld and bowels constipated or you
1 have headache, dizziness, coated
and vigorous 1 want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod-
son s Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot Sdii\ate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Ton® will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti-
pated waste which is clogging your
--* to Sircfmk^ Or or refits
The average rainfall f..r the month of M«v n,,- . ,
Tcesa in the northern and phniL 7....a,ul western counties ami an
was generally a deficiency in the southern"V.V..,.Vo,iv l,T" l,,t‘ *m
excess in the northern and eastern Vo unties’ 1 weste,n
uimeua'llyB,destructh>rrt<!1 *7. ^^.1!“'7 ,,jSnLn ""r»' 7 ,be ™ey
» fell to E nil. tif between ,,, -, ■
It! f 11 »• 1 f' KuiiL’O -if .. fl... . V
M< > t . • t tn vei4
u “f tli'-n- banks
On the whole, conditions w.te favorable for crons ' ,'v,........'P® ' ' ......... lands.
rupted in many localities because of wet soil '
tongue, if breath Is bad or stomach system and making you feel miserable
sour 'just try a spoonful of harmless i guarantee thru a bottle of Dodson's
Itodsous I-iver Tone Uver Tone will keep your entire ‘farm
Eferes my guarantee—Do to .any ily feeling fine for months Give it to
drug store or dealer and get a 50-cent | your children. It is harmless; doesn't
bottle of Dodson^ Uver Tone. Take a | gripe and they like Its pleasant taste.
DEVOTED HIS TO GOOD WORK
Devout Little Johnny Would Give His
Penny to Buy Eibles -for
Waterloo, according to the. duke of
Wellington, was won on the playing
fields of Eton. Should Britain emerge j
triumphant from the present conflict '
we may find someone rising to claim |
Unit the campaign in Handers was
won in the English shires. The shires
are the headquarters of fox-huutfng, I
Which most humanitarians denounce.
George Bernard Shaw, for example,,
has no words strong enough to con- ■
clemn it with Mr. Jorrocks, the hero
of a sporting novel describing fox- j
hunting as "war without its guilt and |
only 25 per cwut of its danger It has
to lie admitted, however, that they !
w ho follow the hounds have answered '
magnificently to their country's call.
-There are, it proves 15ll masters
of hounds with the British colors, S.nfjo j
members of hunts and 1,500 hunt serv-
ants. To them must be added the of- I
who are .,e
’"toed to ride .to hounds, likewi
By Lydia E. Pinkham’s Veg-
table Compound and Wants
Other Sufferir«g Women
To Know It*
Murfreesboro, To an. - “I have
wanted to write to you for a long time
to tell you what your
have done for me. I
was a sufferer from
and I would have
such tired, worn out
feelings, sick head-
aches and dizzy
spells. Doctors did
me no p ,od so I tried
the Lydia E. Pink-
ham Remedies - Vegetable Compound
DAISY FLY KILLER »;*;
cheap. Lasts L
[tie mi? iffiiui Fitiifl
niii miiifiii ii i ill hi in i iiiiiiiiiiii]ii in 11 mi i ii in mu 11 mi id ii^
and kills all
"'eat, clean, or
*»p- Lasts all
M ad • of
metal, can'taplllor tip
orer. will not doll er
STATE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE
SUBMITS CHOICE FOR.COUN-
TY ELETION BOARDS.
OKLAHOMA CITY NEWS EVENTS
What the State Officials and Depart-
ments Are Doing.— Items of In
terest About the State
Although the Republican member
of the state election board has not vet
been named by Governor Williams,
Chairman Arthur H. Geissler of the
Republican state committee has trans-!
mitted to Jot Morris, secretary of t^iu.
State Election Board, a list of the se-
lections of the various Republican
of Republican member of fche county
election board. It b is expected that
these men will be commissioned as
members of the
. .aranttrd effwt 'k
All dealers or*«ent
— - eSpreea j *: J for I- y*.
•IAEOLD lOULKI.KB Dililk In. Brooklyn.'!* T
Name and addreea of capablear.d reliable single rran
who understands farming ar.d ranching. Splendid
opportunity for ri^hv part). (Strictly ccrfidential.)
Address Mrs. Wnt.on, (B-310) Valley, Nebraska
"What is the price of that porch
chair! asked the lady shopper.
"Seventeen dollars, madam," replied
"Seventeen dollars!" echoed the
would-be customer. 'Aren't you mis-J visitors two cents—two
taken? It surely can't he worth that (Money
Tli'- lit * I - - visitors at Aunt Mary's
we'f. Helen, age siv. and .lolin age
four. They played keeping grocery
under the piano, envelopes,, !.....
other articles representing the stocK
in trade. They took turn about as
- and customer. The grocer bore
the rame of Mr. Popcorn.
Mr. Popcorn," said Helen, "have
j you any rabbits this morning?”
N es m." answered the polite grocer
"•Are they nice and fresh?”
may give me a good, big
fat one for 15 cents."
During a lull in the grocery, trans-
actions Aunt Mary gave each of the
cuts in rehl
tiuc.io notimis, likewise and Sanative Wash. I am now Veil and
e Since thousands. The total Ftr,,,1fr and can ilo all my own work. I
is an impressive one. it sugg. sis that tlw<-‘ital1 *° Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vege-
on,| i wan, . • ( suf!- r-
ing women to know about it Mrs.
H. E. Maben, 211 S. Spring St., Mur-
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which arc derived from
native roots and herbs, has for nearly
forty years proved to be a most valua-
ble tonic und invigorator of the female
organism. Women everywhere bear
w illing testimi r;y to th • w .nderful vir-
tue of I.ydia 1.. I'inkham’s Vegetable
hy Lose Hope.
No Woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un-
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham’s
J. M. Sandlin, of Duncan, who is a
member of Gov. Williams' new state
board of Education.
"Pardon me, madam," rejoined the
conscientious salesman. "It is prob-
ably worth $1.50, but you asked the
AT THE FIRST SIGNS
Of Falling Hair Get Oeticura It
Works Wonders. Trial Free. '
various county elec- Payne. 1st iW. Fred Courtney. Vale;
Gist., F. G. Hoyt. Stillwater, 3rd
—------— — ■ ■ *», rw, ll . 1 liuilias, JUHIUI
Roger Mills, L. M. Paulk, Hainmon.
Rogers, H. C. Downev, Claremore.
Sequoyah, C. \\\ King, Muldrow.
Stephens. C. Ed. Butler. Cornam
----------- —.....j i a; ne, jsi jaisL., r rea (
tion boards as the statute is very spe-irH^ Gist., F g. Hoyt, i
a - provision that the Re-
publican party shall name the Repub- Pontotoc, c j. earners. Ada
lican member of the county election her,.Shawpee.
board and Secretary Morris has de-
clared that he will follow the law.
The list transmitted by Geissler
covers sixty-three counties. The other
fourteen counties have not yet inform-
ed the state committee of their choice.
These counties are. Coal. Dewey,
Grant. LeFlore, Mayes, Oklahoma,
Pawnee, Seminole, Creek. Love, Ok-
mulgee. Woods and Woodward. - In
-Tulsa county Dr. Ray Short has al-
ready been commissioned as the Re-
—»—uo, v. r-u. Duller, Comanche.
Texas, Robert T. Brown, Tyrone.
Tillman, \V. H. Murphy, iiavidson.
AV aponer. Guy M Colter. Porter
Washington, Frank ft. Gunn. G,,nan
Touch spots of dandruff and itching
with Cuticura Ointment, and fellow
next morning with a hot shampoo of
Cuticura Soap. This at once’ arrests
falling hair and promotes hair growth.
You may rely on these supercreamy
emollients for all skin troubles.
Sample each free by mail with Book.
Address postcard. Cgticura, Dept. XV,
Boston. 3old everywhere.—Adv.
"And what are you going to do with
r : Aunt Mary
"I'm going to put my two pennies in
the bank," said Helen.
And I. said John, "I’ll buy candy
with one penny.”
"And what will you do with the oth-
And John, who has been impressed
by the missionary talks at Sunday
school, answered: "I'm a-goitC to givv
It to buy Bibles for poor kids ”—Provi-
he r. ;tl attraction ef this sport nun
-»e that it is, as Jorrocks said, "a sort
Ancient Artfsans in Africa.
I Tlle question has often been asked:
YYas there any earlier race in occupa-
tion of the area in Africa at present
held by the Bantus? In Man \V. H.
Beech reports that in the Kikuyircoun-
try some ancient pottery has been said
w 1 ■ rk i t ,, | .,-j . ■ all. G (l,: ii:
ha. who displaced the Miathoachiana,
j cannibal dwarfs.
These Miathoachiana are now he-
- i" I- earth-gnomes, skilled In
the art of iron working Mr. Beech ' v “ ““ f- Pmk
w ith some amount of plausibilitv.amg- i ' ^ ompoum a air trial.
If ic'i v.".t sp, cm! ,-idii. write fo
re a local indigenous race of the be opened, read and answered hv a
stone age who used hint implements *- «■ 1
ofttui foutid in the Kikuyu country.
The Liumba are said k> have tnadi*
pottery and to have taught the Kikuyu
the art of smelting. They may have
been pre-Bantau Handle invaders; hut
of this there is no evidence and the
L Fend n tend to show that tin-
first discovery of iron was made in
Two Strings to Little Lester's Bow.
Lttth Lester l,ive
will you give me a nickel if I am
a good boy?
Mamma N'o; ^1 haven’t a nickel to
Little Lester Livermore—All right,
tlten! Skinny Smart will give me a
dime if I can swear worse than he
a can—Kansas City Star.
"You arc going away for-the sura- I
"Of course," replied Mr. Dliggins; 1
"that is to say, my family will go
away. I'll stay here "
"Hut the climate won't he comfort-
"1 don't care anything about the cli-
All I want
i---- ...... ..mu ci ii.- w * i i 11 ii y 4
woiiiau and held iu btrict confidence,
A Gentle Hint.
’I ho Gr< < • V (to now ruhtoim rt I)i(J
! you find your Ia*t order satisfactory,
Mrs. Housekeep Fairly so. Hut
next time 1 wish you would send uy
stronger coffee and weaker butter.
‘‘Did he marry for money?”
“Well, he always makes her wear
a veil when they go out. together."
Governor Names New Commission.
Appointment of the industrial com-
mission, which will have charge of the ^
publican member of the county board, fective
The list as submitted by the Repub-
lican state chairman follows:
Adair, Jack Richards, Wauhillau.
Alfalfa. 1st Dist. W. H. Mahoney, Bur-
fingt n; 2nd Dist H G Fr izzat*. • . : -
Atoka, E. D. Miller, Beaver.
Beaver, Clyde GrVgg, Beaver.
Beckham. .TV.e Wiliman, Kri<
Blaine, Wm. C. Broanv. Watoara.
Bryan, A. W. Chestnut, Bokchito.
Caddo, B. D. Woods, Hyaro.
Canadian, W. A. Howell, El Reno.
Carter, Sam H. Butler, Ardmore.
Cherokee, W. W. Ross, Tahlequah.
Choctaw, R. H. Duncan, Boswell.
Cimarron, John Vanatta, Garlington.
Cleveland, Capt. Colin McKinney, Nor- I
ply. "Keep quiet and the angels will
- t........ be with you.”
administration of the new workmen's ' "You said that before, mamma" re-
compensation law, w men becomes ef- ! Joined Harold, "and I have kept quiet
e'er so long, hut not a blamed angel
has showed up.”
"Mamma,” called four-year-old Har-"*
old from the nursery, "please come '
and sit by my bed until I go to sleep.” ! The Noisel*ss Age.
"Mamma’s busy now," was the r<* 1 D!Sgs—\\ ould you like to join our
June 22 was announced at
the governor’s office as follows:
A A. McDonald of Hugo, \V. C. Jack-
son of Muskogee, and W. L. Blessing of
Shawnee. McDonald will be chairman
of the commission and will receive a
salary of J.1,000 a year. Other mem-
hers of the Commission receive $2,50(
per annum. Their appointment is ef-
fective July 1. The commiss i” will
have complete charge of the admin-
istration of the workmen’s compensa-
tion l^w, which becomes operative at
that time. All of the appointees are
Mr. McDonald is,a
“The line of battle in Europe Just
now reminds me of our telephone ex-
It s a line that’s always busy.’*
society for the suppression of useless
Higgs Don t know. When are you i
going to start?
Diggs—With the next political cam-
paign. We are going to have the num-
ber of cheers reduced from three to !
‘There goes Scribbles, the newspa-
"A merry quipster, eh?”
He s a quipster, but seldom merry.
Tfc* only time I ever saw him smile
was when there happened to be a
A Lone Vulgarian.
This seems to be a very exclusive
‘‘^es, indeed. Nyhy, even the wait-
ers are perfect gentlemen. The only
coarse person one ever sees here Is
the proprietor, and I don't suppose It
would be possible to exclude him.”
Fine Chance for an Orator.
M ho is the principal speaker, now
I don t know. 1 heard the master
of eeri monies mention his name when
he began a few Introductory remarks,
but that was so long ago I have for-
gotten what it was."
I Houseworids a Burden
It's hard enough to keep house if in
perfect health, hut a woman who is
weak, tired and suflering from an aching
hack has a heavy burden.
Any woman in this condition has good
cause to suspedt kidney trouble, especial-
ly if the kidney action seems disordered.
Doan's Kidney Pills have cured thou-
sands of suflering women It s the best
recommended special kidney remedy
For Her Qa l »
"You can t afford to be without this 1 77, WDen, hap-pened to be a
wonderful w ork " "ithout this , shortage of reporters on the local staff
"That's good.' My wife Kav« I „m ^ 7 Was asked to write the obitu'
Hlvavs rlninv fhtr," "a}B 1 am ary ot a man be dl(in't like."
..... !»,„ lawyer of H igo, '•' 1 cannot afford to,
and has been active In democratic I aEd ,tbia'wil1 Prove she is right"
roi R own iiri ggist win. tei.i. too
How we do love an idle person who
comes along and bothers us when we
An Oklahoma Case
M r p Nathaniel
Me Vick er. 717 E.
- ■» 0
Vv f onfinef! to bed all
liy A"'-*' summer with
Vj| flFphin# ■ complaint
d the pain I en-
U «lur*d 1h indeserlb-
fj able. I algfj had
i travel and kidney
V, 7J// « r «• if u 1 h r I i it-8
Vt II Doan's Kidney
Ef U Pills drove away
U If the pains and ror-
**■ reeled all the other
I owe my good health to
G#t Dosn'i at Any Store, 50c m Box
FOSTER-MJLBURN CO, BUFF ADO. N. Y.
And Build Up The System
O I /I rv v v ■ . .
Comanche, West Dist, Carl Kennistin, | and bas been active in democratic
Cache, East Dist., Geo. Malvern, Sterl- ! politics in that section of the state for >
*rL' ^r Jackson also is a law To Dri^e Out M3l3ri8
Craig. W. H. Klaus, Vinlta. ver and prominent democrat of Mus- A ' ~
Custer, 1st Dist., K j. Llndlev, ArTtpa-1 kogee. Mr Biessing has b%en a loco- ra*. - r\\A~c ■ -r *«v u,,lc,*|
h<i L/..! D;st. Grant Kerr, i *n.aj. /rd r,1()t VH er -’r , » r f r th! u T , ’ the °ld Standard GROVE'S
Dist., H.4Hubbard, Butler moti\e engineer for the Rock Island TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
Delaware, Dan H. Marsh, Grove, * Company for the past seven years. *'hat vou are taking, as the formula U
E11D, i: E. Whitehead, Shattuck. - | printed on every label, showing ft i«
m Voun, Lawyers Admitted To «ar. *^^00 in a M!«. fora. pe
I'Auls Valley; Zmi Dist. II L. Walla.-*,. Twenty students at the law school _.!r* out malaria. the Iron
Dfndsay; .^rd Dist., T B. Fes’jeng'jr, | of the state universitv at
W ynnewood. - *
The R’eal Thing.
Little I^emuel—Say, paw, what Is
Paw—Gratitude. s0n; Is the thing
that shows up when a rich old bach-
elor dies and leaves all his money to
the woman who once rejected him.
Fvery woman’s pride, beautiful, dear
shite clothes. Use Red Cross Ball Blue,
j All grocers. Adv.
Sour faced piety seldom lands many
use Hanfordrf Balsam.
Grady, I >an Roysdon, Mlnco.
Harmon, F. M. Downs. Hollis.
Harper, 3rd Dist., John a. .Sanders,
Buffalo. 2nd Dist., Ambrose Durril, Ross-
ton. lat Dint., H. C. Marshall, Charles-
Haskell, W. E. Watson, Enterprise
Hughes, Henry L Wallace, Holdenville.
Jackson, N G. Nlghswonger, Altus.
* “ - - ------- r, RJn •
Jackson, ... ..........................
Jefferson, l(. fr Dulaney. Rlngling.
Johnston, R. If ('ole, Mannsviile.
Kay, L A Maris. Newkirk.
Kingfisher, George Mcf?oy, Okarche
Kiowa, r, <l l*ong, Hobart.
Latimer. Hcott Hainaa, (k
Fred \. •
L<»gan, Fred L Wenner, Guthrie
Major, Gus * ’ha rnbef lain, Iran
Major, Gus r ’harnhe* lain, Trane.
Marshall. 1st Dist, 11 F Keiler, Leha
rn 'Jr/) I rist . E C c
Mcf.’urtalti, W \. Burkhart, Kmithville.
W. ft. Archer, Burrell.
t)lsf . Ed
_____ peptaln, W L. nurttnari. rmn
McIntosh, c W. Henry, Halford.
- Mu i * 1 t ii
Muskogee, 2nd Dlsf . A A Schauhlln,
Warner, 3rd Dist-, Otto Hump, Council
Noble, L <J Hhoop, Perry.
Nowata, In .1 B llagard, Nowata.
Okfuskee, F E Hlslmeyer, Wejectka.
Osage, G K Hutherlarnl, Hominy.
Raised Pioneer Phone Co. $2,700,000.
Id passing on the valuations of pub-
Young Lawyers Admitted To £ar.
>. audi o, - Twenty students at the law school
Fesseng-ir, | of the state university at Norman
have successfully passed the examina-
! tion for admission to the bar in Ok-
lahoma, and they were sworn in be-
fore the supreme court at tiie regular
weekly session of tne court. A com-
mittee from the bar association was
selected to conduct the examination
| of the students and they have sub-
; mitted their report to the high court.
Those passing the examination are
J Hill Angela, VV B. • Beasley. R. e
j Bledsoe, W. J. Crowe. D M Davison,
K N Dunn. T W. Griffith. J. T, Har-
ley, K J. Hendon. E A Henley, p-
■ G. Howe. A. E. Montgomery, R. M.
Parkhurst, O. G. Rollins, Howard
j Speakman. L. H. Tittle, T. C. Wal-
| drep, H. Wood. Waldrep was the
youngest member of the lcfwer hou.-e
of the last legislatu-e. being 25 years
of age. His home is in fehawnee.
Seventy-five othir applicants for ad-
i mission to the bar were examined by 1
a committee seltcted by the court.
-- - —- -* wui uiaidl |,
ouilds op the system. 50
Bleeker To whom do you refer?
Meeker—The chap w ho 1b going to
marry my former wife. .
Bleeker—But I thought he was rich. '
Meeker—So he is—poor man!
*s Front beett
t*nt relief to C
chlng. tender i
for the TROOPS
Foot Eawe, the
ur shoes, are
» -------- ■ » >»>»» -c./1-r. ior cm
b-ins us«,i by the G.rm.i, ,na Allied trooF„ ..
tbe Front becnu.e It re.t. the feet, Pi.e« in-
Corn* and Bunions, hot, swollen,
Love that survives dyspeptic cook-
ery will endure forever. •
----^ u u u i" ii a, out, swollen,
SoM erer7-r,A”t«?nT^^^‘liili;a “S;
The first dote often ••tool a he* the Invalid,
giving elasticity of mind, buoyancy of body,
regular bowel, and .olid fle.h. Price, 25 eta.
ttcorrr. end note, odlected. Bmuotirble: uitl.fMe
, lion gicf^ntewL tiiu i. r.i«. urn, N^.^r ihi.
' W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 26-1915.
Keep It In-Your Stable.
For external use on horses nothing
that know of equal’ll Hanford's Ha],
lam Many trainers use It as a leg
wash because it keeps the skin in fine
condition and should cure lameness.
• The Big Idea.
"M.hy do you want me to remain
engaged to him another year? By the
end of another year he won’t "have
enough money left to get married on."
Maybe a Peanut.
\\ hy do you think he has a family
"Because he’s a nut."
Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh Is Iwelf
an antiseptic and the use of any other
remedy before applying It is unneces-
"Who won at the tea fight?"
Nobody. It was a drawn battle."—
"That's w hat I u as thiAir
For proud ficch Hanford s Bal-
sam of Myrrh. Adv
Lee;raft rteteves Sidney Suggs.
June 21 is tne last day for Sidney
irhite. A1J grocer*. Adv
Loss of memory Is no calamity in
case of a fool.
uir mst aay ior tj'Jne* --—____
------------ the limelight, but it will not always
keep him there.
For fresh cuts apply Hanford's' Bal-
Pioneer Telephone Company 12,700,000, °®ce w*f |urned over for a short
changing It from'$8,300,000 to $9,000,- wb‘lfc 10 a V Leecraft, private secre-
000. This represents the largest in- tal7 t0 V* ‘!cverilor George B Noble,
rroasd In any one corporation passed an( warden, will be the
on by the Imard The valuation of the h‘kh»ay < ocimlssloner, but will not
main line of the Wit liilu Kails A- North- aB,,UIm' * uvs chanty of the office for
.weitnrn railroad was raised from $11,- “ ****k* Th“
000 lo $14,noil II mile, and the Kiowa
Itirarif h At tlw^ Mania wag madu the | -------- •**••*••»*
nnirm that multi Him, or $LU,- lo l^ie ,*irdfeii* office in the Pa.
*00 a mile * 1...... boiMtr,.
few w ek>. The department win
he move/ frtai where it Is now on the
i first flq»r of the -Mercantile building
1 tersuu building.
A musical education does not always
put harmony In a discofdant soul.
^X<4 to her Rich Wheat Land
^ “ L " She extends to Americans a hearty in-
vitation to settle on her FREE Home-
stead lands of 160 aqres each or secure
some of the low priced lands in Mani-
toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
This year wheat U higher but Canadian land just
as cheap, so the opportunity is more attractive than
ever. Canada wants you to help to feed the world
by tilling some of her soil—land similar to that
which during many years has averaged 20 to 45
yyy - bushels of wheat to the acre. Think what you
/ YU, can make with wheat around $ 1 a bushel and
£ p land so easy to get. Wonderful yields also of
'ylfi Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farming
,(S \ w'.fci <3 fully as profitable an industry as grain
The Government this year is asking
farmers to put increased acreage into
— grain. Military service is not com-
r----, —-----— There is no conscription and no war tax on lands. The
climate is healthful and agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and
churches convenient Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway
rates to Superintendent Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
* G. A. COOK
123 W. Oth SI., Vans** City, Mo. •
* Canadian Government Agent
pulsory in Cinada.
You Look Prematurely Old
U8« LA CREOLE'* HAIR DRESSING. PRICE, SI.OO, r«UIL
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Wandell, Clarence F. Cimarron Valley Clipper (Coyle, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 24, 1915, newspaper, June 24, 1915; Coyle, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc911053/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.