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"Twl.m N.PP" Union
REWARD FOR LOYALTY
I I . fill 111 Wl lift a
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the purrtillli'iil si-nnc .-
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hi r .1 Amt. nil'! ucru, uc-
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in ir to 'Hill ni iii:in. inn-
i-Miii-iit. imil su.vs there
,.r who lire In worse elr-
he i, ,. il- of our department
iimt ,i i'Ii'itpiI tut' serwi'i- u u
L,r u, vjh- :i e.ir, after a sen Ice
l,r . ., I.. .1... 1T-I.
ljrii ,, nun ,M'.iit ' i" -
S!ll " tlrst-eiiiss ure-
Wl , ( i.or.ihli ulM.'lmrp'' ne
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ti j tor llltHi- mini iiuiij-
,ul i Mxt.v-M joura
. ii more thiiii litilf his
i of the government.
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Jj, (IO II llllir H1'1H-!1, Illll-V.
i . ( lii'Niipeaki' June-
ami ! -''' "I1 enriy in me morn-
l.r' ,r , UiU, uu fuuiL" in hi
Ik.tii'i "- "' ","'1 ""'" " ins'".-
i,i ,- p'lilnH s4U n ear. ive
ra .'! y ldinll.v of UIR' clillilrpn
te of "l 'in are now uvuu, vikji
ar.il mn tlaiighler. His elder
i are uu'rifil iiml have established
he ol Heir own. Two of Ills sons
It In tl.e milliiiry er!ce In France,
his iliimliler twelve years old,
i willi i t L'riiinlinother, where he
lupprtiii vdiicatiiig and clothing
le is n white ina'n. a very IntellU
rr.rsit u.iincntlv ipialllied for this
I u I, HI WlllK. ins wne 18
11 i iv own housekeeper and
,'...,' ,.uil' and the washing
the it ,.
Il h . whs e-tahlislieil In Its
.in ,,, m liei-aiise It was not
.lit pr .tii-ilile to rulM! a family
l,i- I'- ri, ' .mil lie lioilKlit It piece
ri'iur'i ,t, Prince George's coun-
tlin-i' id ! In. Mind the railroad
Inui l Ii dlMtuirp, as I said, he
Urn ,,i ,i i., le.nltiK in the morn-
utl ,.f i i, j(.jir hefore ila.v light,
ri'Mirn.i . Iioiih' hy (lurk. This
ill pane (uii-Ws of a slinek and a
uri, v ,,f 1 1 till iu which ho has a
ilm.-i of M ihhi, and ymi can Judge
lln iiiimn i iivenlences other
i "H -i)..iii hmiso, which protects
fr,ii in' eleltli'llts.
hi1 i -e i dUided Into four
i !,, ,;,i turns helng of paper
"ii ' work, there helng
,i l.s or i i . i
lliv '. o st..c standing In the
ii,r f tin loom he has u-ed for
e tl n t MM.ti M'lirs, and the pot
Hi, n.. Miii his Sunday din-
wltli h lit l,,i prepared for lilni
" - ii, ,f white navy lieans
ta' These lieans are now
'hi ' " it i,i live to thirty cents
"' I'm fathack costs him
m" iniiind It rould liuve
pii ! , .., ii fow- years ng( for
,'Ii",, i nuimil. and the lieans
1'' II, linos not L'pt nnv
h in, l.oi'iiiise he cannot afford
'" " ml It seoms n nltv thiit
In ,i v , t gnicrnnicnt should
A i tl, (t Ivnii ,,r nnv nthor
" ' i 'Her, and not give
"i . . t , m nn decently. It
" " l ii.v In this case he-
iew hat superior to
.niilojoes. He has
- utter of faithful-
iiimeut, and has
" i n he could make
utslde of the gov-
pa, him for one
BONUS DILL PASSES HOUSE
Late Thursday evening ihn iin,,D
finally passed the ?4,000,000,000 Sol-
aicr uonus uui, that has been tht
subject of contention and turmoil In
that body. It nrovldps mh n.
ments to men entitled to receive $50
or less, nn cnaowment insurance cer
tificate on which service mm mow
borrow up to 50 per cent of its face
value lor others and service men are
given the option of these two provi
sions for home aid. farm nM tnnt
settlement and vocational training.
ine Dili now goes to the senate,
where President Hnnlinrr wilt mu
a fight to have it delayed.
The vote was 333 to 70, vastly
more than sufficient to put meas
ure through the lower branch. Pour
The President's fight for delaying
or entirely rewriting the bill in the
Senate, so that it mav riefinlMv nrn.
vide funds for the soldiers' compen
sation, was started even before the
measure had bassed the house. The
Treasury Department let it be known
that collections on the March 15 in
stallment of the income and profit
taxes indicated that they would fail
about $00,000,000 below the estimate
for the quarter.
To add a bonus drain, Treasury of
ficals indicated, would render nvnn
more difficult the Government's fi
In tile Diltrlct rtntirt l, mnA fir rtmn
County, Hlatc ol Oklahoma, aicaititt the nlj
uricnuinin ami inn me aitid dtitnaaau
iiiiim niiMicr mi 1.1 iplillnn herein on or he
ion the l'Jtlt (lv ,if Mu a ii i,i,f .,
aid (ii'tltlon w l. taken o true and
JinlKiiiint rtnilernl In ni,l uiMlmi ntfnlimt
Mlil ilrfenilaiita, A. I., llurusl.lei,. Mngiiif
IllirilK lll. rlturt, It All.n l'r.,tt l...ul
iiml ,. .1. Ayniik. for th- nun of One
lliiiuniml Seieii llumlrrd Slut Ilnllnm m,il
lityclght eenta (t,7(10.0S), the total
iitiiiiiint of iirin, Iiml mid Intermt due utrnii
one rcrtnin prom Usury note executed by A.
I.. Ilurntlileit and Maggie lliirinMcn on I he
Slllll day of Novemher, A. I). 1MIM, due
Xnit'iiibi'i' 1.,, llllrt, ml.l uimiunt helng the
amount due on nald note on February 4,
A. 1). 1022, lih Interest therenu at the
rate ,,f eight per cent from said date, and
for all cnMa of mi it lueludlng fl"i,.iiil at
tnrnei'K fee, and for the foreclomre of
irrtaln mortgage securing snld promlaanry
note and of even date therewith upon the
follow lug deicrili,'d real eatate, l)lng and
ailuute In the County of llryan and Stale
of Oklahoma, towlt:
8outh n of Korthcait Vt of Section
Twel?e (is), Towniihip Clglit (ill Mouth,
Itange Nine (II) KnM, of the Indian llane
and Meridian, containing Klght) (80) acrea,
Hcrorrilui; to lhe U S. (tm eminent aurvey
thereof. And adjudging that default haa
been made In tald mortgage and that plain
tiff have a firit lien on Raid premise to
lhe amount for which Judgment will be
taken aa aforciald mid ordering aald preni
le to be aold with appraisement and the
proceeda applied to the amount due plain
tiff mid the tntta of ault. and foreier bar
ring and foreclosing all of the defendant ill
mild nilt from all right, title, eatate, inter
I'M. proper!) and t-iiiit of rtdeniptinu in
and to auid premUea oi an) part thereof.
It.ilpli II li.nichcrt). Dcpiit
.lohn A. MucDonald,
Attoinc) foi 1'l.t lot if r
March"!' Br i"!".? ,hr' ,ne 27"' dr '
i, ,",! . RUKI- TAYI.OK.
fii.et , ",'"'!"."' ,,r1"1 t'l-unty. Okla.
tiler ink and Maelinnald
TWO EAItLY AIOKMNG FIRES
The local fire boy.s made ouick
work of two fires eatly Friday lie
tween the hours of 1:30 and 2:30
A barn on the property of V. L.
Towntend, on West Evergreen was
nearly gutted and a lot of forage de
stroyed. A milch cow belonging to
Rev. E. G. Butler was in the barn
at the, timo, being badly burned, and
limy die as a result. The Advertiser
was unable to obtain an estimate of
the loss, as both owner and renter
of the property are out of town.
The second fire occurred at the
home of Clay Haggard, on Ninth and
Beech. At the time of the fire no
one was in the house, and as the
house was shut up tight, very little
draft aided the fire. The kitchen
and dining rooms were burned but
due to quick work by the firemen,
the flames were stifled in short or
der. The loss in this case will not
be very heavy.
Franz Bicgl, a local butcher has
gotten home sick and is going back
to his old home for a visit of some
months with his parents. Franz
leaves Sunday for on Eastern port,
where he will take passage on the
steamer Xordan, that leaves shortly
for Europe. His parents live in Aus
tria and Germany. His mother i
well up in years and this doubtless
is one reason that he is anxious to
ec her. He will return in the fall.
Master youiself, and then mastery
of anything else will be comparative
a LEGAL NOTICES a
11 iicirtinii Mil-It "li I1'--
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sTTi: HI- nKI.lli)M
(IMNIY K I1ISYW. ',
IS Till' IHs'llilcr ClH'liT IN M Fill!
sii t nrTV .wi si tf.
.tttniK It. MiKiuni). I'liiiutKi.
I, lliirn-idis .oid wid. M ig-ie Hum
Mil,- h.nli It Ml'". I'i.iiiL I., ui
.1 t, k mis.hi Ni.-lol. II II I.0.1.II
and II M 1 in I . f.-,.,l mt
, Vis, i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'I In Sl.lte of llklilioill.1 lo (li.llbs II Mb, i
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ivlfi Mujgli tin" I.I.
Mud ,1 lull- ' l.nb" I! Ml' ' '
...ik . 1. Ill,ll,-,l, s mil inf. M m
lluriisid,- will '.iki o.,li.. tint soil pl.iin
IIM l,i,s It M.I.I- . , del ' ii -:"'ii
j. , Mi. ti i :"-J i i, I, - i" ' '""
1st luM-rtlou Mil 1 1 li m ist. I'.'J'i
.'Hi iiiselthm April JSth, lUS'J
hTATK Ol" OKLAHOMA,
COf.NTY OF IIHYAN. I
ix Tin: ms'iiticr corur in ai nut
SAID (Ol .STY AMI STATi:
Mis. I, lii li I m). l'l.ilntlff.
U II Yiiils. ii ill . 1, foiKlanla.
NOTICE OF SIIEniFF'S SALE OF LAND
Null,,. Is hi r,.,j lUiii t tt t in piiiMiim,
of .in old. , ,,f sub. .sn,il out of tin uffite
of tin Court Clerk of tin Hislmt (olilt
in and fm lti)nn (nutit) Okl.thotmi. oti
tin- '-'Till da of Muni, A. It. Hi.".' In nn
lotion Hlierinu Mrs Idi K. ,iion,,t wio.
plilntiff mid W II Y, ,,ts I,, , uiti., II.
C Sl.Uiluy S.illii )., iilittllt'J, IIUU I''" St.ltt
U.ink C'oiuiuUsionei' were nVf'-ndnits, ,11
HC'.rii to me, lhe iindelgnul sluoiff of
Tlr,ali Count, UkljlKima eoninotiidiug ine
V, !f' tipftti appraise udiillls, and sell
the following tlescribtd led cst.ltc mid liroji
ert) to wit .
Ltd t. in kielinn fl. Townkhlp T fiontli,
It.ingi' 11 Knst of the I ml inn Ilise and Me
tiiliiin, eontiiiniiig ir nerih, more or !,,,
Itiug mid ntunte in Itr.i.tn Ci.iiiitt Okla
hinni. to Mitisfy n Jiiduieut and dcr-r. of
forcclmuro in fnvor of the siid plaintiff and
ii.Mlust the Mild lief, nilllila, obtain, d and
inaile In mid Uiitrict Court in and for
1Ii)hii Count). Oklnhnma, on tin 1 lib iln)
,if March, 1H22. for the sum of yjii"l,
with eight per cent Inter, t thereon from
Imiu.ir) J ml l'.iJJ. until pibl mid 23. 10
attorn,) f, e iiml to Mtisf) ,-i judgment
and tie, ree of folei Insure III faun of the
Slute II, nk Ctuimissintifr and 'iiinst II
C Stiinli) and Sulli, t Munle, for it.
ol 12. with tin pet ci lit tutor, st tlleleoll
from .liiiiuir) 1st. I'.l'J'.'. until iald
and t.HM I I attiitn,) fei s. and costs ,
iiuiiil' I will on Iln 2nd d i) of Mat. A
l. l'lj'.' nt the hour of tu hi, k I' M.
of Mild date at the front door of the
Court lions,, in the Cit) of Inir.mt Itr.i.tn
Count! tlkl ihonni. offer for s.ili and s,u to
the highest bidder for uisli tb" ptopi'tti
iilmie ties, lih, ,1 or so uitii h tliirn.f 101 will
Mtlsft the Mtnl judgments intirist. coats
and iittoiiiey f, es
1st insertion March 10. 1922
4th insertion March 31. 1922
IX THE DISTRICT COURT
STATK OF OKLAHOMA,
COUNTY OF BRYAN.
Minnie Mahaley, Plaintiff,
John Mahaley, Defendant.
Case. No. 50G7
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA, to
John Mahaley, Defendant:
The Defendant. John MahnW U
hereby notified that he has been sued
by the plaintiff. Minnie' Mahaley, for
divorce on grounds of gross- neglect
of duty and extreme cruelty, and
must answer the petition filed by tb
plaintiff, Minnie Mahaley, on or be
fore the 24th day of April, 1922, or
the allegations as set forth in th
petition of the said plaintiff will b
taken as true and fudirment for di
vorce, custody of children will be ren
Witness my hand and the seal of
aid court on this the 9th day of
B Ralph H. uaueherty, Deputy.
Utteiliack & MacDonald,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Heavy Cold? Chest
All Clogged Up?
rON'T let it get a ttart, Dr. Kinps
IS New Uiscocry will pa rilit
down to xiotk, rcliei iiir the t!.,lit feeling
in the Uic-t, ipiiL-tiiig tlit racking
tough, friilly Miiitiil.iting the Itoutlj,
tints ihmiii.ilnii; the 10I1I poisons.
Always, r. h ,1,1c, Ju-t good liitditiiiu
nude, to tuso colds ami coughs.
For fifty jt.trs a s-l inil.ird teincdy.
All the l.iinily can tal.e ,l with htlpliil
ic'sults. Lascs the tliinlrin's cioitp.
to liaruifi.l druv Cotnimin, ln.il
ing tas.'e that t!,j laddies like. At all
i tir iuiit una uaupns
Feci ISndly? Bouelh Sluftftisli?
Ijacu't ;iny "pif'' in w.nk or play.
You're (imstit,itci' The Minuliting
nction ol Ur. Imuj.', I . 1. inri, back
old tin!., tnrrgy. AH ttrn ists., 25c.
TTV i'KOMPTI WON'T GRIPE
'II' i. . I
"ft lii., but Insttinces
i lieen ery few. At
n our tiiiilltoiitnn our
I'1 ' I injlll nn nnrionl tn
Hi t ' V ,,C l.l.. tl. ...n
. .' " uuniif, i,,c ni
itKl ami rt. flfrt, Illoril tmn arc
"mi. i . Mo,t and thev till of one
M a? , (.,1 tm Mint flu.i- u.inl,1
n'l I'- us and would give us the
Kit of l,pf lulior In nor lr.nnrr.
Qt during the wur period, notwlth-
nIIriK the f.int ttio, i. n.t -
----. ...u. .lie I&I1.C IV,
wouKbiewasagreat deal more."
, , cwl" pride In their work and
rill tu tle K'ernment and the
wnruiiu sentre was a thing that
U, mi in the most unerptcted
!one I'lnriloieo nnt it. or ,kii.
And that eerv wn-lro .nam. t.
0Q!n',' ?n "J'' or "8 wrk. I know
U R"l tlll'l It In n,,e c.n.l. .
e;"i't'",a""n un such ns that are
u ",' J,'e pay In this office li
1411 h'Jt that nlDin.n, .!.. li
i titititl that he Is really help.
mi" .".'' "",1Ii,n Bood work and
11 i K'j;t;rnraent to function
, i iva niiri nt i t nA i. .11
tulkv i h employees that they
....!'.'' ir"u'' f their work, and
vni" s really what gets things
"C. l I, , i, ,1 .
tv,t ' ' "ue uveryunere
fot't ,n ""-c, "iu piirtit-uiuriy
EHts s.uuie ueimn-
tie i . lrl"" "'", ,s one
i"'siioiy me ctilef rea-
f Ktilv l .. ..
Kt i r " '" ll" neparii
wr nn., ;: iri" ''.".!. rat!
$ I "t 3 II LH BATTERY CM H
ii I "s. lO ff. B IH " .nsM ,. SIT.I. H
inLMjCka H H E '.. ' m.i i J jJ
Columbia Dry Batteries
work better and last
iat beQj and buntrt
(or gu enainu
for itj ba ay titritin
in doMt, ctUtr, unt,
for ianition oa h Ford
Tht wotU'i uml famaug try
balttry. UttJ wktrt froup of
iudtrtduat ctlti ti nttdtd.
Ftkttteck Sprint Clip Bmd
tuf Poitl tt mo tttrt tkarf
How many uses you
have for Columbia!
For doorbells, buzzers, thermostats, and
alarms, use one Columbia "Bell Ringer"
or two Columbia "No. 6" Batteries.
For ignition on gas engines and tractors,
use Columbia "Hot Snot" Ignition Bat
tery No. 1 46 1. Full power when you
need it most, while starting. For quick
starting ignition on Fords, use the same
size Columbia "Hot Shot" Ignition Bat
tery No. 146 1. Saves your back, temper,
and time, fits under the rront scat.
Sold by electricians, auto supply shops and
garages, hardware and general stores, and
implement dealers. Insist upon Columbia.
dred and .Utr nine of tht nrled Btatntca
'if the United Btatea.
CiinrorMon of the American State Bank
uf Duranl. Durant, Oldnhomi.
111 testimony whereof wltneM my hand
and 8eal of office thla twentyeljhth day
of February, 1923
ir. 11. ,tiia.-i;iur.i(,
,,..,. Comptroller of the Currency.
1M Insertion March 10th, 1P22
10th insertion May 12th, 10J2
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
........ s'"uKtun, u. v. January at,, i22.
WIILRbAS, by natlafactory erldence pre
enteil to the underlined. It haa been made
to appear that "The Flrai National Dank
if KeneMck" In the town of Kenefick In
the County of Bryan and State of Okla.
home haa complied with all the provliloua
of the Statute! of the United Statea re
quired to be complied with before an aa
soriatlon ahall be authorited to commence
the bueinesa of Banking
NOW THEREFORE. I, D. R. Crlt.lnjer.
Comptroller of the Currency do hereby cer
t '.that "The Flrat National Bank In Kene
nek" in the town of Kenefick in the County
of Bryan and State nt Oklahoma ia au
thorited to commence the buiineaa of Bank
Ine ns tirovitteil tn fteetlnn virtv h. ti,i.
dred and ality nine of the Rerlied Statutes
f the United Statea.
In testimony whereof witness my hand and
nrai ui ,uni-e inia twenty sixin aay 01 Jan
(SEAL) D. R. CRISSINOER,
Comptroller of the Currency.
01 mts 01 sen or section I, Township
9 South. Range 0 East, containing 109
acres, of the Indian Base and Meridian;
which said notea were pledged as collateral
rcumy ior tne payment 01 a noie ox J. u.
Holland and R. B. Lemon of (7500.00, aa
described In plaintiff's petition.
Y,ia must answer the aald petition filed
in thla court by the aald plaintiff on or be
tore the 22nd day of April, 1922. or said
petition will be taken as true and Judg
ment fur the said plaintiff for foreclosure
of the lien reserred In aald notice, and tot
ine aale 01 aald premises to satisfy Um
same, will be rendered accordingly, togeth
er with all costs and other relief.
Of thla you wilt take due notice and tor
ero yourself accordingly.
Ulterback A McDonald.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
!- insertion Mtrcli ltltlt, 1H22
1 'th Insertion May 12th, 1922.
Offii ,f Comptroller of the Ciirrenev-
I,-..,, .. n . . . ., . ..-
'iiiuni;iii!i. if. i , reiirunry ji, itiBJ.
WIIF1IKAS 1,1 Blltlsf.lrtori' evlilenee tire.
tietitril tn the t.n,l..rlijunl, It Ins been mode
tn ni,) ir that "Th,' Anterlmn National
H111L ,i Durant" In the elt of Durnnt In
the counts of Br;-nn and State of Oklahoma
has , imtiie,J ulth all the provisions of the
Statute" ,f the I'nlted States, reo.ulred to
lie eomplleil ulth hefore an njclitlon shall
l,e nuilinrUed to commence the business of
SW THEREroRE I. D. H. Crlsilnir.r.
Comptroller o( the Currency, do hereby cer-
tity tnit "ine .merieiti is.itionii itanic 01
Duniit" in the elty of Durtnt in the coun.
t of Bryan and State of Oklahoma I" an
thorizeil to commence the business of Bank'
ing as provided in Sectlin fifty one bun-
DID PAW DISTURB
THE pain and torture of rheu.
matism can bo quickly relieved
by on application of Sloan's
Liniment. It brings warmth, ease and
comfort and lets you sleep soundly.
Always have a bottle handy and
apply when you feci the first twinge.
It penetrates without rubbing.
w It's splendid to take the pain out of
tired, aching muscles, sprains and
strains, still joints, and lame backs.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
At all druggists 35c, 70c. $1.40.
i .I -n sin 4 fPaufti
sha ili venerrni
1st Insertion March 10th, 1922
4th insertion March 31st, 1922
01 Alt Of OKLAHOMA,
cntJNTV op nnvAV.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR
D.ll uuuniv AMI STATE,
D. D. Crawford, Plaintiff,
J. II Holland, ct al., Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The State of OUahoma to E. L. Rlckerion:
Take notice that jnu have been sued In
the above named court by the nbove named
plaintiff, D. I). Crawford. In which tt ta
sought to obtain Judgment foreclosing the
lien reserved In three notea of $2101.33,
with Interest thereon at the rate of eUht
per cent per annum from January 1st, 1921,
and signed bv you, and payable to J. II.
Holland and Tom Moore; the lien helng re
served on the following described real
estnte, to wit:
The SE4 of NEUj SE li of SW of
S.ELi..I,,l.4i8w1 "' NWWt andtt
, 8WU of 8E of NWU of Section J:
H'4 of SEi of NEW; and 8W of SEW
of NEH of Section 2, Township 9 South,
It n nee 0 East of the Indian Base and Me
ridian, containing 105 acres; and Lota 1,
WE SPECIALIZE ON
and intermediate points reached
I Good Hogs Suggest Good
You cannot afford to turn
good hogs out on the range and
we have anticipated your needs
by putting in stock a car load
of Keystone Square Deal Hog
Fencing which we offer you at
greatly reduced prices. We
also ccrry in stock poultry net
ting, poultry and rabbit fenc
ing, barbed wire, smooth wire
and hay ties. We hate got the
stock and will make the price.
A. L. Severance Hardware Co.
tt Weat Mala Street
1 1 e-.H e.r-fc r , - fe:
Durant, Okla. B
"Say, fellows, look at the
big chief. Say he can't
break away till he fin
ishes hit Kellogg' Corn
Flattest Guess he knows
good things, aw' right!"
n the day with
Those big, sunny-brown "sweet-hcarts-of-tht-corn" just seem to get
things going right, from the littlest "star boarder" to the eldest! For
Kcllogg's Corn Flakes hit-the-spot as no other cereal ever could; and
they are a continuous taste-thrill!
Tempting in their appearance, wonderful in supreme flavor and
crunchy and crispy to the very last degree, Kellogg's Corn Flakes are
really and truly a revelation in good things to cat for breakfast, for
any meal and for between-times nibbles!
How all your folks will delight to get Kellogg's; how they'll appreciate
Kellogg's crispness. For, Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard
to eat! You'll see big and little bowls come back for
"some more Kellogg's, Mother, please!"
When you order Kellogg's today insist upon getting
KELLOGG'S the delicious Corn Flakes in the RED
and GREEN package! It bears the signature of W. K.
Kellogg, originator of Corn Flakes. NONE ARE
GENUINE WITHOUT IT!
Bear in mind KELLOGG'S Cora Flakes
arc made by the folks who gave you the
JUNGLELAND Moving Pictures. Coupon
inside every package of KELLOGG'S Cora
Flakes explains how you can obtaia another,
copy of JUNGLELAND.
Alio makers of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooked and krumbied
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