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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1912.
Have You Heard the New Song, "Stop Kicking My Dog Around?"
By "Bud" Fisher
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Substantial Cot Md is Tariff!
from AJUntki Seaboard to Iewt,
C03DCSSI0S KAXZ3 STATDG3T
MeSaarlOB Toeraa aad Ad
vowees to ST Tnrii, levrrlag '
,' SVVeral Headred irtMn
M afeea Mai. ,
tPVoai a Staff Correspondent.)
I"M KOINE Is. r.fe. r7.-re.l
Tilesrrtm.l The raflroada operating In
hwa have mada eubstantial reduction!
la freight rates from lb Atlantic tea
baar to Ihla ttata. aererdtag M ft sum
mary compiled by tha rata experts of ths
Stsut RaJIroaa mmmUutoa. Tha folio -In
tutanwat about tha chaacca aa
Taa rallroada aparatHi throuatt Iowa
rarantli' aT ana about tM rnancaa
In tba claaa rata front Nv York Atlaa
tle aaaoar tarrttary ana othar atataa In
tba aaat. A rammarr Jut eamplatM by
, tba rata dtpartmaat of tha loaa camrnta
lea ho that thar ban ban nou
tioaa 10 Ct towm and adraoea to M7
towaa. thch ona of then chanara rovari
ub.tanll.ilr th rataa an amoral hag.
tr4 artlcita. , ....
' MmnX af tha enaai-a ara dua to a ra
rwt darlxloa of taa Inlaraut Cvrnmrrn
ronwiiauoa. It la alaa qwlta awoont that
tna railroad comp.nl. ara tryln to Iron
out inaar of tba abaurd .laaal(tarlaa
hoa an tha mapa artparad by tba rataa
introduead at tha rac.nl harln( bafora
tha Int.ratata ComnMrra eommlaalon at
Llt rarHara Mrallac.
Announcanwot wia mada today that tha
data for tha annual aoarantloa af tha
Iowa Rural Utftar Carriara- aatodatton
In O111 elty trill ha Auti U nd that
arranaeni.Bt. Kara ban mada for aa ad
draaa by tha faurtb aatfetant aaatmaatar
(naral, wa ia la charca c( that kraaeh
ut aervk a. . .
ELECT OFFICERS CM TRAIN
KJWA CITT. la.. Fab. r.-(njarlal
Talaarara.) Haaaily la advartinitc wni
ha tba and aaufbt by a aomralttaa nuaad
by lha Aaaoetatrd Adv.rttalnf Cluba af
Iowa, which hold Ita annual mtattnc la
Ctdar Raplda today and alaetad oMaara
tarauu la Iowa t'lty aa tha Cadar Kaa.
Ida-Iowa Ctly Intararbaa. Tha dalaiaiaa
raaehad lava City at 1:1. Tha Daw oftl
cara wara aheaa aa follow.; J. U Matt
an, Cadar RapMa, praatdant; R. U Dun
lap, lawa, CHy, flnt vtoa praatdoat; H. tC.
Klaatar, Watcrioo, aarond Tlca praaldaat;
f. U Harwood. Do UoiBaa, aaeratary;
i. C. Tounf. Cadar Raplda, traaiurar; R.
W, Parrott. Watarloa, c airman atdta
aranliatlaa eammlttaa: Q. A. Bannar,
Iowa City, chairman bcrtaaty la advar
tmoc eontratttaa; rrank Armatronf, Dra
Jt.iliwa, ehalrmaa commit'., oa raoom
aaraUtlana, -WntaHoo waa choaaa aa tha
att maatlnf placa. ' '
FORT DODGE MAN TAKES
t TWOJCINDS OF POISON
FORT DODOB, 11. rah. r.-OparUI.)
IL Honaywall, after Watchlai ttia
atfaet of rhlorlda of tine ha admlnlatarad
to hi doc, wbteu provad fatal In four
da ym, took two Tin), of tha palaoa hlmaelt
and topped It aft with twa bottlaa of
tRdallblo Ink. Ilia aulcldat Intent bids
fair t tt auccawful and ha Ilea today
wrlthlnc !n "pain, Hla fathar, who la
major of Holland, la., arrived today and
aaya hla aaa attempt ad daath by th. aanta
rout four aar an Ha think, tha
rounf maa drmantad. Phyatrlana aay
hla eaaa la bopalaaa and ha wlU dia hy
Library Day at Oaatra.
OKAWA, la., Fab n.-(8pclal.)-Tha
annual aalabratloh of library day waa
bald hara Hatarday uadar tba auplcea af
tha Art dua. - Taa Thunday Huh af
Caataaa, la, waa lha runt wf tha Art
alub at a banauct at Htrtal Matxaaa at 1
o'clock and foitowtaaT ft hoaaa acaaamlca
aftaraooa wa fir n tha auditorium of
tha Hbrarr- A number, of talk wan
(irea oa topic of Intereat to tba prac
tical housekeeper and cooked .fooda and
oueklad uunella wara on axhlbltloa.
laarw Xtw. Katea,
FORT DOlxlft-Manual trainlnc leach
era of tha atate wltt ba here rt4ay and
Hatard.y cd thi. week for their annual
. convent tea. fnf. V. LK Crananaw of the
Cniverstty of Wlaconat will addreaa the
cuoventtoa aturUay. .
FORT rxHHIB-Walter Bearatt, a fire
man aa the Mlnnaapolta It St. Louie, waa
lulled at Uana Saiurdar when he atepped
tack front in front of hla own engine
OH to tha track of the Rock Ixland. which
ruaa paralM at thte point, aad waa atruck
by a Hock Inland wifUm.
FORT HODOE Fort Darifa women
1 ar orcaniaed a Woman'e club to work
for cftle Improvement and a; ready Jat
wvana are membera. They ara takin
up tms print the beaut iflcat ion of the
dty, vacant lot gardening, sanitation of
food aupoiiea and ctii.d welfare work.
Mra. fteth Thomaa. wlfa of a prominent
attornev, haa been alerted president of
V ARWALMroWX-Mr. and Mr. Joh
AursMine, a welt known out eoupte of
Albion, today teiebratad th fifty-fourth
aj.aiveraary of their marriage.
taaeata Sell Ttrkel. !
Tha Boosters' club of the Omeim high
aiiool haa atartM a ticket aeiling eam
falga for taa game between tha local
ef-hoof fire and the Lincoln High achooi
ir;,niet which will be ptared at the local
' aTBaaaiuai Setiu-dajr availing.
Springfield Will Stay'
in Three-I iLeagTie
CHICAOO. Fab. R.-aHtbar Rack laland
or Decatur will be lha eighth elty I tba
Three-I league durtnsT taa ocenfog tea eon.
Thkt became appareat at th annual mid
winter meeting of tha league hara today,
whaa N wa announced that Springfield
Intereeta had arranged te purchase tha
holding of Richard r. KlnseU el that
With lha transfer of tha tprlngflold
fraaaala I It new owner, thar will
ba hut an vacancy In tha lea rue, that
mada when tha Rock Island club retired
Tba fight for th vacant berth tu
parted to a warm. Decatur tent tevea
repreatntatlvea to tha Btaatln', who
plenty of snosMy had, been Insured to
carry the tram through th teatoa. sU
Island 0 .legs las said they could re
I7.W0 to guarsalee that the fra Rentes
would not again ba forfeited. RenUmatit
smoag etub owners Kfmtmrad to be about
evenly divided aa tha two eltlea
Jamea Boyle, manacer of the Danville
club, said ba would Introduce ft reeoiu
llon demanding lha II. n salary Uralt be
adharad la. -
CREIGHTON WILL PLAY
BASE BALL THIS SfRING
The outlook for baa hall at Cretghloa
university this spring I very Boar. At a
meeting of th atembere of last year'
team with Fathar Devlin, manager ef
athletics. It waa decided net to put
team Into tha field. Tha reason tor thM
actloa waa the poor support given last
year tears, a tack of good varsity ma
ter! si and sbortaga tn the athletes fund
-cm used by foot ball.
The principal reason la the lack af eup-
port by tha students. Last year CVelgStoa
met Mornlngslde, pea Matties ctnege and
Tabor oa Crelghton field aad fall t
make Hpenaea oa a elngie game. Th
same result rs feared thas year. Creigk
toa lacks varsity material because ef the
early data en which the pro! reel anal de
partments of tha ualvarMty are dismissed.
Again, tha beat players la theaa depart-
sts have played prof see lussl hall and
tha msnagemeat refuses to let them play.
Ttia foot ball aeaeoa ha heaa a failure
m a flnancJaJ stsndpetnt. and there
waa deficit In (pita at tha student ticket
Aa Inttrclat b.se ball laagua will be
ergsnissd aad th chamnioaship a the
eollega will ba darkled y a series of
PUTTSMOUTH WINS VICTORY
OVER TEAM FROM MALVERN
PLATTSMOtTH, Neb.. Feb. Jt.-8pe-
cial -PULtunvouth High school basket
1 least, won a Victory aver Malvern
lla.) Hlgk aohoot team la a warmly eon
tasted (am last night, at watch 1. T.
Maxwell, phyatcal director af tha Oms ha
Tonne Men' Chrtatlaa aseoclarien, era
referee. Tha- score at tha end of th
first half of tha gams atood. Fiatiamouth,
Malvern, . During th second half
lha home team mada eleven scores, while
tha vtsttoes mad but eleven, giving tha
game te PUtttroouth by a seers of at te
SX The Malvara team haa aravloualy waa
from C'lartnda, Tabor aad Oleowoed,
Flstlsmouth's teaia haa - aeayed atght
gaasea aad woa atx thus tar. with tww
game te play, tha next at kUjowoed next
Friday algtA and at Nebraska CTrty Sal
arday aigbt. Tha haaua Carorday atght
was aa followat
PLATTSMTH. ' ' MALVZRX.
D. Arnts.....,Jir..,.... euwer
Mwards .. iF... Btehmer
Frana F.IF. ttalliaer
Koble U.!0... iiatt
M Arrtev.. ..U.......... Foster
DaHoa C-Ic...i....... Thomas
BATTL1N8 NELSON HELD TO
DRAW BY JAPANESE BOXER
FORT 'SMITH. Ark.. Feb. S.-BatOing
Mclean, former ligtirweight ehasnpten at
the world, and TatmaT Toga, tea J ape sees
boxer, fought te draw hero toaaght.
Ntlson lott hla and of th puna, which
ha had agreed to forfeit unless ha atoppad
the Japanese wlthla six reunda. v j
SILK ROLLS HRST IN SINGLES
Stii fad VrsTOBt) Era-r Vf Firrt
im Ooulftt tl Toaraer.
3C0XXS XASS AT EAJDICAT
lit hlaaas Mark at as). While
tla aad Wawesmh Rail l.ITI
-eA. ai fteeawd, with
. Ism eW M.
I th hand lea bowling taurtuawnt aa
tba Metmpoiltaa alleys last sight James
Nik got first place la singles with M. A.
Bewer aeosad with tM and Balaer third
In th aoablea Btln sad Nawcomh
hung up 1.171 for ftrat place, Oreens and
Laath Liri and McMartia aad ailham
Other coarse af th first tea mea la
singles and double:
tons aad Kawccen
Green and Lamb
Mr Martin and (Hlham
Kllk and Condon
McCaba and Johnson..
Riley and Lytle l.ars)
Rartoa and On maa l.st
H. Joe neon and O. Johseoa ... l.(nt
Baahr and Moraa i.cti
aayalah and Mertoa l.M
, McvoaaUle Leegas,
, 1st. tl. Id. Total.
B. Xerhmalatar ...... Ut let itl 470
Hoffer i IH lt la) sal
i. .rlM 1st 144 sS
.. i ,
: - 8TORS BOTTLINO.
merman nt ut)
Hstch ..., 11 17
StTaaVW et aw aaa K4 144
........ IM MS
Totals.. . 471 411 ill Lta
Th Star Bottles took torse r a row
fram Brsella's Mixer last night. Bler
mas relied high stsgie of ut and high
total of IS. scare: .
1st. M. Id. Total.
Blermaa i V IB 1 in
Hatch 141 id ' in e
Straw Ul lit ut lit
Totals 444 ' 44 41 LIU
SsHsUll I MIAKKa.
1st. !d. Id. Total.
Preraea la 1W - 117 ITI
Hlgglna 14 11 14
w. DohnatdcT id a in ta
GRAFF HEAD OF COMMITTEE
Omalu School Kan Honored by
raOMOTlOS METHOD rZHOinJCED
Member at Dearer Beard af Edaea-
tlaa Sara Pre seat gystesa at
Cradlaal tnlldrea le'Ket
Kcceaaary Evil. '
JUDGE DUNGGAN INSTRUCTS
VERDICT IN FAVOR OF EVANS
BCAVBR C1TT, Meb.. Feb. T7.-(apeclal
Tele gram. Wudgs Harry ft. Dungaa sub
mitted a, verdict for tha defendant today
ht th eaaa of th stats against C. M.
Bvana, This la on of tha three cases
s gainst former county treasurer for al
leged interest en bank deposits dua th
county. "Ttia case wa remanded from
the aupram court for trial.
Judge Dungaa la' hla decision an the
motion for a verdtot for th Jury eakt It
waa plain tha atatvtsa Intended to caver
tha point Involved, hut hy the rulings of
tha supreme eowrt la thM and other oasts
the re was nothing for him ts do but
Instruct for ft verdict for tha defendant
Tha ether case Were continued to fll
, tin im
4M HT Last
... Is II
M KENZ1S CO.
Total 41 M
Johnson sue itl
Koiancaiek IM 136
Potter ,lfl M
Totals M n
A. 1. ROOT PKlNTl.N'd CO.
. . 1st. Id. Id. TetsL
Mokry ! 144 lie) .. 141
Jaroa Ill ll Vt
Kraada .......141. M 1U il
Totals ' 44
K. mock well its vis sbs
J. C BecweU.... IM IM 114
Oraeft . 114 14 L
Total ............ 4M Ul
attvaa teas Lea gee,
at. . -
Warwick ............. it im
Hansea M IM
Neleaa ;.v IM IH
........... 4JS M
, .1st. td.
Totala e 444
Hsstrr IM IM
Mclionald .......... 117 IM
MeAndrew ....... ITT IM
Tetsls S 471
, . PILOTS.
Lane i its
Johnsea, H K let
Jobnaua, R.. ns u
IT . II
INT EN SOS.
Wood ................ 144 U7
Campbell .. Ul 13
v, e mstiar an isa
I........ 14 1SJ
........ M 141
Ml . tl
Totals CI td Ul LM1
. Caasm.se Set Lena, at.
let. M. M. Total.
Kundry ,u ... IM 17 IM u:
Mcxartta iti it in ,73
Ol 1 1 ham K M is
Kevt tm Mt se at
IM MT Ml Ut
Totala M M LM 17V
let. M. M. Totsl.
mine M m let Mt
toicard be ul 17 4U
Met.omb .........A... IM IM M7 tot
Straw rM IM IM 4M
Horwicn , Ml 14 11 m
BATTLESHIP MISSOURI WINS
CUP IN ATHLETIC CONTESTS
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17-ln tha ath-
letfo contesis of the A'.'antle fleet at
Ouaatanacaa en .WaaUingtaa' hlrthday
th atan of th Missouri woo tha famous
Ratten burg cup offered by Prince Henry
far tha fastest man-ef-wtr s man. ' Th
Georgia waa tha Drenl cup, the San
Francisco th Sea Pedro cup, tha South
Carolina the Havana oup and th Worth
Dakota the Jamsstewn cue. .
BROWN SECURES DECISION
IN FIGHT WITH JOE COSTER
NEW TORK. Feb. n.-Knockout Brown
Us New Tork light weigh L won a popular
asrtsloa over Joe Costsr of Rrooklya, a
featherweight, la a tea-round bout to
night. Leach Cross waa conceded hy spec
tator aa - having th heat of V, litis
Beecher la a ten-round pout.
HOPPE DEFEATS CLINE IN '
, FIRST BLOCK OF MATCH
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. IT. Willi ,
Howpe tonight defeated Harry P. CUne ef
thM city ta their ffrst Mock of cm points
la a loot. point 11 1 billiard match hy 400
to NT, Hopps high run wa M and his
average XL 1-U. Cllna made a high run af
M aad asVsrsLgs of M 17-1. '
trelahtema ta Play Plratee,
The speedy Cretghtoa basket flippers
trill meet the Pirate quintet, tha Trt
Clty league leaders, a: the floor game at
tha local "T" gymnasium thta evening.
Aa a areltmlnarv eonteet the hMlevwe col-1
legiana will clash with tha I'm varsity of
ST. LOUIS. Feb. .-Superintendent
Ellis V. Graff of the - Omaha public
schools, waa that morning appointed
ehatrmaar of tha committee oa nomina
tions by President Charles E. Chadaay
of tba Department ef Supcrlatendanu of
tha Nattoaal Education association.
Francis O. Blair of Springfield. III. atate
swpsrMtandent af ac boots of Illlnola, Is
ehalrmaa af tha resolutions' committee.
"The moat insane educational Idea that
ha h'paotlcally spread from the colleges
tows te tha first grade ts tha Mea that
a teacher with forty children can ask a
question, call an ft child to radio, grade
kin 0. V. or M; hasp this Bp for five
or Ma years, then present an array of
suestioos to be answered and (raded In
Ilk -manaer. aad by tab final addition
of these result determine the child'
knowledge and fitness for promotion."
So said D. B. Phillips, president of the
Denver Board of Education, this morn
ing ta addressing the department of su
perintendence Of th National Education
association on the "Child vs. Promotion
Continuing Mr. Phillips berated prin
cipal en a teacher who say: "Such
thin- M a necessary evil." - Concluding,
"Finally, I must msinltln that each
child abould. at all times, be at work In
th grade and In tba sublets that ha can
get th most out of without regard to
what ha knows or doe not know about
Mudtc behind him. and without regard to
how much more or less ha knows than
the other pupil."
D. H. Cbrtttenttn. superintendent of
schools at Malt Lake City addressed the
tamo department regarding adjustments
and changes In ths eourss of study and
school organization suggested by the
needs nd ths capacities of children that
vary from th standards act by average
pupils. . Ha advocated tha teaching of
language In lb lower gradaa rather
than confining Instruction In those
branchc to the high schools.
BELLEVUE COLLEGE NOTES
Mrs. Leeaard ausel Mia (Vsaadall Ba
teeiate) Seasosw a a
... Plaaer, , v
Mrs. Leonard and Mlaa Craadau en
tertained seniors at dinner.
Rev. DevM Tine, corieepotMtaaT aaera
tary of tha course, spent Sunday In Iowa
tha Interest of the oolletTe.
Beajamla R. Btouffer, returned Satur
day from aa aatended trip through th
seat, visiting friends and acenaa af earner
years. Mr. Stouffer M business manager
of the college. -
Mrs.' Dr. A. D. NeebK of Tekamah,
viailed her daughter at tha college Fri
day aad attended tha Maaderaon debate
ta the cvealnl.
W. A. Fowler came down from Cedar
Bluffs Friday to attend the debate. Is-
seden tally he regaled tha bar with
vtaada prepared by Mrs, Fowler.
Mrs. Leonard aad Mma Crtuvdall af
tha FaruRy entertained the seniors very
detight fully at ft o'clock; dinner on
Saturday erenrng, at the former's ree-
The cell age cakgiM with announce
ments for th earning year to beta
rushed to eomalctlon, under the direc
tion af Dean Tyler, and will be ready
ir ta artatsr la a few days.
Mr. CI it stead, a new sotihoreere. has
a rtsruMr BjSDotatcnent aader the H: M
C at P. ta suopty tha otrarcn at tart
Bert Franklin Pleads
, Guilty to Trying to
LOS ANGELES, Feb. t7.-Bert Frank-
He. formerly a detective employed by
Clarence S. Darrow, plsaded guilty today
to having attempted to "Influence"
Robert Bain, the first Juror sworn to
try James B. McNamara, the confessed
dynamite now eervlng a Ufa term In
San Quentln prison. The original charge
against Franklin of having bribed Bain
The case growing out of tha Jury brib
ery charge preferred again Franklin,
when hs wa arrested ia tha alleged ad
at naming money to Venireman George
N. Lock wood a tew days before tba Mc
Namara brothers confessed, waa put over
for ninety day Ball In this eaaa, how
ever, waa reduced from tlt.OO cash to
(. Franklla waa released oa bis own
rocoanltanc after pleading guilty la tha
Bala oasa todsy and Inetructed to appear
la conn Friday for seatenea. The maxl-
unum penalty M five years' Imprison
ment and a fine of B.OOa, but ta view of
th practical certainty that Franklin will
appear as tha stale's chief wltnesa when
Clarence Darrow, the fanner chief coun
sel for ths McNamaras. Is brought for
trial oa th charge of having bribed Bain
and Lock wood, probation or suspended
sentence M expected. j
Attorneys for tha district attorney's
office admitted today that Franklin'
punishment would bo light.
MS Mt tK
Two too Bettlen,
la th MetroaoUtaa league the Store
Bottle took two out af three from the
Dremnaen ta ft pestponsd gates. Btar
maa had high atagtetof Mf and Hatch
high total of Ml tor tba Store team.
Baustlaa had and Sayniah Ms far the
Dr. Phelps haa been requested te visst
one ef hM former partshea ta Iowa aext
Sunday and te saauR these ta raising
ststney fee teatr work. Dr. Stookay will
eceupy tha pulpit k ta Bellevwo church
la the atoralns --aad Rev. Charles
Baskervuie la tha evening.
IOWA CITT, la. Fab. rj.-tSpertel Tel-snn.V-Cajtata
Mortoa C. Miisiiss
eomwaadant ef the radst retrhaeat at
the L'grveralty of low, was toeWky aaked
bv the War department to eater the try
ears far the Otrmpto rifle team which
wilt represent th tailed States.
Omaha'g most popular
moderate prietd ca
Clean, wholesome food,
ppotlsinflr prep red.
Attentive service ' and
OMitsMT'tr eofte makaj 1
- ateal deurioaa.
Rcn-raiccalh aad DoaLas
Early Settlement of
British Coal Strike
, Seems Probable
LONDON, Feb. IT.-An early settlement
of ths dispute la ths coal trade,- which
has threatened to throw nearly a million
miners out of employment on March 1.
la apparently mors than probable, al
though It cannot yet bo definitely announced.
Tha executive committee of the ralnera'
federation has agreed to meet with rep
resentatlvea of'tha owners, together with
soma members of the government and
representatives of ths Board of Trade at
the premier e office In Downing atreet this
afternoon. Ttia meeting of the disputants
with the medlatore In an effort to smooth
awsy th rough places Is confidently re
garded as foreshadowing the avoidance
of what promised to be th greatest tn
dutlritl struggls of modern times In thM
Thlt clearing of the atmosphere fol
lowed a conference between Premier
Aequlth and some of hla colleagues with
ths mem be re of the executive committee
of the miners' federation, 110 ef whom
discussed the situation with tha premier
for nearly two hours this soon.
Mutual concessions are to form th
bssit of the expected settlement of tha
dispute. . ,
Persistent Advertising taa Scad t
NEWS NOTES OF FAIRFIELD
Great Pressaratlawai Arc Betas Made
tor Rereptlow at Seed Car
FAIRFIELD. Neb..' Feb, Special.)
The marriage of Miss Muriel Allen and
Morris Sorenaen took place "Wednesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Era
rich. On Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Ann Roberta th cnarriage of her
daughter. Roth, to Earl Haevet, both of
Fairfield, took place. s?
Charles Louis Seaaholaa gave tils cele
brated lecture. "Tba Man With tha Pick,"
at the Christian church Saturday even
ing; under tha auspices of tha Rid path
Lyceum bureau. By request ha returned
the following evening and at th Metho
dist church gave a lecture on) "Brain
and the Bible." . ,
The Burlington corn special, duo bora
at 1:40 p. m.. March 7. will remain hare
for the evening and the speaker wilt give
their talks la the opera house, where
more of the farmer can be accommo
dated than at tha train. .
PLAYER SHAFER REINSTATED
BY NATIONAL COMMISSION
CINCINNATI. . Fb. r.-Tha national '
baas ball commission today reinstated
Player A.' J.i Shafer of tha New Tork
National league orub Into the (cod graces,'
of organised bases ball. Bhsfrr had failed
to report to the New Tork club, to whom
he was under contract during the set eon
of UIL Owing to his not having ployed
with Ineligible teams or players Burins
the lima of hi suspension no penally
was Imposed opon lilm.
For Cold in Chest
Sloan's Liniment givesquick relief
for all chest and throat affections.
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RnaccA Jax Isaacs, of Lucy, Ky.,
writes: " I cava ased your Liniment la my
family for croup, lore throat, lama back and
rheumatism, and ia every case it gar'
instant relief." ;
Good for Plsstrisv ane! Asthma.
Mr. David Ci, of 882 Elk St BuBalo, K. T., writea: " In the winter I
led aa attack of plsarisy in my mda and my tang aad triad puvoera, but It
kept retting worse until I ased Sloan's Liniment and in a couple of day I
was entirely cured. My wife M troubled with asthma and Sloan' Liniment
(irea bar instant relief. '
is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica tod any .
sort of pain. At sU dealers. Price 25a, 50c and fi.oo
Dr. Earl S. Stan, Boston, Mass. .
'. - -
How many makes of tires have you
" used since you bought your car? You '
cannot find the solution of tire trouble
by experimenting with tires. .. It rests
with the construction of the car.
The owner of a' Franklin does not
worry about tires. They last from three
to four times longer than on other
cars-8.000 to 10.000 miles is the aver
age service. Let us show you the rea- -J ,
, son why. - ' Vjf
GUY L. SMITH
- Distributor . . ,v v
' - ; 2305 Farnam Street, . ' :"-
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