Medicine: Two Kelloggs

Two grown brothers took to scrapping a score or so years ago. They were quite alike, these two Kellogg boys, of Battle Creek, Mich.—both alert, energetic, farseeing, both good publicists. One, John Harvey—Dr. John Harvey— had recently invented his famed ready-cooked flaked cereals as a new form of food. Both knew the huge money possibilities of the new idea. But they differed inalterably on the disposition of earnings. John Harvey, a young doctor full of altruistic educational plans, considered the private accumulation of such gains...

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