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Clyne Repeats Statement That
Government Can’t Bargain
With Fugitives.
CHICAGO, Feb. s.—An “armistice” aft
er he returns to the United States —if he
does come back to face st Mann act sen
tence that has been hanging over his
head since he became a fugitive from
justice—ls bargained for in a letter re
ceived yesterday by Federal District At
torney Charles Clyne from Jack Johnson,
former heavyweight ring champion.
The letter reads as follows:
“I am returning to Chicago in Febru
ary providing this letter meets with your
approval. I want to leave Mexico via
Cuba and New York, providing you will
do a -favor for me by arranging matters
so I may come into Chicago without be
ing molested en route from New York.
•ji am forced to ask you to give me
thirty-six hours to arrange my security
and other things before the department
of justice serves a whrrant for my arrest.
I wish-- you will attend to this matter
tit once so I may be able to leave the
early part of February.”
Attorney Clyne reiterated his
stand that the government can not bar
gain with fugitives from Justice, and that
IF Johnson returns “the law must take
its course.” /
Hays at Capital Tells Party’s
Wishes on Bills.
/vASHTNGTON, Feb. B.—National re
publican leaders have taken supervisory
charge of legislation pending in con
Will H. Hays, chairman of the repub
lican national committee, has let his will
and the will of the party leaders on leg
islation be known to the of
congress in charge of legislation. This
was mgde known on Capitol Hill, when
Hays arrived for further conferences
with legislative leaders.
From San Francisco Hays Issued orders
last week that pending legislation affect
ing the development of national resources
In the far west and providing for the
Return of the railroads to their private
owners must bo passed without further
Both the oil land leasing bill and the
railroad bills were In conference commit
tee. With the desire of the party known,
the oil land leasing bill has been re
ported from conference and tfee repub
lican members of the conference have
shown unusual activity toward coming to
a decision on that measure.
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Teachers in Marlon cotinty outside of
Indianapolis have been granted increases
tanging from 20 per cent to 38 per cent,
I-. X. Tl'iies, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, has announced. Simi
lar increases have/been put into effedt
in Bentea county, Mr. Hines said.
Those are the first counties to comply
with ttye suggestion of the state depart
ment of public instruction that they in
creased teachers’ salaries.
The salaries are graded according to
the qualifications and experience of teach
ers. Under the new plan the minimum
salary in Marion county will be Increased
from $56.55 a month to $78.30 a month.
The maximum will be increased from $97
a month to $116.40 a .month. There are
five grades of teachers with salaries
ranging between these two extremes. It
is expected that other counties also will
increase salaries.
Harry Mullen, 23, laborer, SlB East
New York street, and Dora Page, 24, 818
Bast New York street.
John W. Kirk, 78, retired carpenter,
231 Revell avenue, and Sarah J. Doravan,
01, 251 Revell avenue.
Chester Carlish, 34, 1527 Cruft street,
and Florence Hartley, 29, domestic, 615
East Thirty-second street.
Joseph William Vanßriggle, 39, general
manager, 61 East Regent street, and Anna.
M. Hostetter. 25, 640 North Noble street.
John F. Ludwich, 72, merchant, Ma
therton Mich., and Anna Doutbitt, 65,
Lancaster, Ind.
Fred Meyers, 81, baker, 428 North Illi
nois street, and Nelle Roger, 20, 528 North
Hands street
Glynn Koch. 30, furniture worker, 1319
North Pennsylvania street and Mary
Stafford, 21, 749 North Elder avenue.
F. Kimberkin, 25. policeman, 128
North Bast street, and Margaret Trusty.
27, waitress, 121" Sturm avenue.-'
Herbert Leonard, 22, 228 Eaßt Vermont
street, and Lillian E. Fuhring, 22, clear
maker, 1324 East Ohio street.
Raymond A. Marshall, 24, moving nic
ture operator, 8102 Bast Michigan Street
and Maud Owen, 24, beauty parlor owner,
William and Mary Sullivan, 1451 South
eastern, boy.
John and Elisabeth Hofm&nn, 1838
Howard, boy.
Livingston and Mary Nowlin, 1330
South Harding, boy.
Laford and Hannah Kersy, 249 North
Tremont, boy.
Marshall and Margaret Ketrlng, 1654
North New Jersey, boy.
Arthur and Ida Stevenson, 920 West
Maryland, boy.
William and Anna Sowders, 312 Ade
laide, boy,
Joe and Stella Mattingly, 19 North New
Jersey, girl.
Harold and Anna Ludwig, 127 North
Denny, girl.
Joseph and Mary Chelski, 747 Concord,
girl. t.
John and Alice Murphy, 6320 Lowell,
Howard and Kathryn Wilcox, ft. Vin
cent’s hospital, boy.
Austin and Leona Edwards, St. Vin
cent’s hospital, girl.
Leo and Neomi Burnett, St. Vincent’s
hospital, (boy.
Joseph and Lucile Sehof, St Vincent’s
hospital, girl.
Cora E. Plaxton, 40, 517 Brown, lobar
Thomas Reed, 78, 27 East Maryland,
cerebral apoplexy. 'v
Julia Elizabeth''Staub, 24, 1101 North
Wannan, lobar pneumonia.
Lucy Craig, 85, 966 North Tremont, ln
Lewi* Waggoner, 31, 102 South Hard
ing, lobar pneumonia.
Manuel Dean, 1, 420 North California,
lobar pneumonia.
Charles 07 Marsh, 80, 3121 North Cali
fornia arterlo sclerosis.
Catherine Klein, 70, 1328 Leonard, lobar
Ida Margot, 23, City hospital, lobar
Rosemary E. Ulery, U. 2703 Bellefon
taine, acute Bright’s disease.
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Bundy, negto, 21, has confessed, police
Hieelayed, that he killed his father, Joe
Bundy, with an ax"because of a voodpo
doctor’s revelations.
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The congregation of the Fletcher Place
Methodist church will hold a get together
supper at the church Friday night. Dr.
C. E. Bacon, district superintendent, and
•Rev. W. L. Layman of the Irvington
Methodist church, will, be the speakers.
Matters pertaining to the individual
evangelistic services will be discussed.
Mrs. Samuel Garlson, who has been the
organist at the Seventh Presbyterian
church for several years, has resigned
because of her health.
The deacons of the Seventh Presbyte
rian church and their wives were enter
tained at the parsonage, 880 Fletcher ave
nue, Tuesday night. The elders will be
entertained Friday night.
A picnic supper was held at the Sev
enth Presbyterian church last night hy
the teachers and officers of the Sunday
school of the church. The Ladies’ Ail
society met at the church yesterday after
Edward Kerner, 830 North Hamilton
avenue, will depart for a trip through
Ohio soon.
Mrs. Stuart Craig of Blue Bluffs, who
was the guest of Mrs. Joseph W.
Many Railroaders
. Mourn Death of
George Dyer , Here
Railroad men from all parts of the
Lake Erie A Western railroad system
will attend the funeral of George Dyer,
general superintendent, at the Dyer home,
22bi Central avenue, at 2:80 o’clock this
Mr. Dyer'had served the Lake Erie
& Western for twenty-four years, and
it is said he could call a majority of
the car service employes on the system
by their first names. y
His death occurred Monday night at
his home. Rev. Thomas W. Grafton,
pastor of the Third Christian church,
will officiate at the services. The Ma
sonic lodge burial service will be held
af the Crown Hill cemetery chapel.
“Mr. Dyers had a great capacity for
making friends and was one of the most
kind-hearted man I ever knew,” said a
railroad man who had served many years
Vith him. “One time he was at Tipton,
Ind., on an inspection trip. He heard
that the chief clerk there was ill. He
went to him, told him he ought to get
ont west, obtained transportation for
him, gave him a check for SIOO and told
him to call on him for more money
If he ever needed It.”
Mr. Dyer had been engaged in the rail
road business since his youth. He was
born at Balnbridge, Ind., Sept. 10, 1865.
During the world’s fair in Chicago in
1893 he was superintendent of all pas
senger traffic in (hat city. He was with
the Monon railroad for several years, and
went with the Lake Erie as a train dis
patcher in 1896.—He was successively ad
vanced to positions of trainmaster,
superintendent of the Ft. Wayne divi
sion, superintendent of the Sandusky
division and general superintendent
During the Spanlsb-Amerlean war he
organised Company L, 160 th Indiana
volunteers, ■ The company was at New
port News, reader to sail for Cuba when
the war ended.
Mr. Dyer gave up railroad work for
two years, serving as mayor of Lima,
0., from 1909 to 1911. He was a thirty
second degree Mason. Surviving are his
widow and five children, Wayne Laurel,
George, Venlta and Mary Katharine
Buchanan, 100<3 Fletcher avenue, this
week has returned to her home.
Mlse Ida Carlstedt,w 2337 Schurmann
avenue, Is 111 with Influenza.
Fifteen candidate received the Marked
Masters' degree at Keystone chapter No.
6, R. A. M., Tuesday. This Is the fourth
degree of York Rite masonry.
, The 1-lberty club will hold an all-day
meeting at the home of Mrs. Michael
Hess, 130 North Oriental street, today.
The alumni of Sacred Heart High
school will give a three-act comedy in
St. Cecillia hall this evening. The
title of the play la “Betty Wales." Miss
Margaret Johannea, 327 East Minnesota
street, is taking the roll of Babe Hil
dreth. Charles I>auek is the director.
The Christian Mothers’ society of the
Sacred Heart Catholic church will give
a card and lo?to in Sacred
Heart hall.
The Marion County Agricultural and
Horticultural society will meet Saturday
at 1 o'clock in the county agent’s office
In the courthouse. Harry Housing, Flee
president of the Marlon count}' council
of the Ij’arent-Teacher association, will
speak on* child welfare.
John Sehnider and his sons, Ralph,
Harold and George, of 825 Highland ave
nue, are 111.
Mr. and Mrs. I.calls Stephenson, 728
Spring street, are sick with the lagrippe.
Denny Smith, 1201 East Pratt street, 1 Is
confined to his home with a severe cold.
Mrs. T. H. Bailey has moved to Harriet,
HI., where ahe will live on a farm.
R. T. Llnville of T'rankfort, Ind., Is the
guest of Mrs. E. T. Nelson,. 27 North
Walcott street. He will be here for three
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham have re
turned to their home In Shelbyville after
visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lotry, 3122
East New York street.
J. O. Tucker, 106314 Udell street, who
has been 111 for some-time, Is able to be
Madison avenue branch library hae a
new monthly magazine for children,
“Every Land” which is full of Informa
tion and pleasant reading. Two other
children’s magazines much enjoyed at the
branch are “St. Nicholas” and “Youth’s
Plan to Improve
Lower Illinois Street
“South Illinois street will be the gate
way to Indianapolis more than ever when
the track elevation work is completed—
and we want a good looking gateway,”
said Henry F. Woessner, of the Indiana
Market, in explaining the purpose of an
organization of South Illinois street mer
chants. _
• At a preliminary meeting Mr. Woessner
was chosen temporary president and Eph
Levin was named secretary. Another
meeting will be held in two weeks."'
The merchants between - Washington 1
and Louisiana streets, or Illinois street,
propose to beautify the street in every
way possible.
Armenia Notified
of Recognition
PARIS, Feb. s.—The Armenian peace
delegation has been notified officially
that the allies recognize the Indepen
dence of Armenia.
The eventual frontiers of the new na
tion will be decided upon later.
Gas On
"For four years I suffered from gas
tritis, bloating and belching. Was in
misery all the time. Nothing helped
until I took Adler-i-ka.” (Signed) W.
Adler-i-ka flushes BOTH upper and
lower bowel so completely it relieves
ANY CASE gas ou the stomach or
sour stomach. Removes foul matter
which poisoned stdmach for months.
Often CURES constipation. Prpvents
appendicitis. Adler-i-ka is a mixture
of buckthorn, cascara, glycerine and
other simple ingredients. H. J.
Huder, druggist, Wash. & Penn. Sts.
WASHINGTON, Feb. s.—Three Ameri
can relief workers have been murdered
•by brigands in Syria, according to a
dispatch received yesterday by the state
department. J
i They were killed last Sunday near Kl
; Mall, north of Aleppo.
The identity of the Americans was not
reported to the state department. The
relief expedition of which they were part
was under the American commission Tot
i the relief of the near east, which has
headquarters in.New York City.
| Official notification of the murders
were given by Gen. Gouraud, French
l high commissioner at Beirut, to Ameri
can Vice Consul McCutcbeon at the same
place, who cabled to the state depart
Gen. Gouraud expressed his formal
Cupid stalked boldly into city court
yesterday along" with drunks, thieves and
Just plain vagrants.
His presen- e became known when Dil
lard Capps, 22, find Marie Hammer, 18,
were called to the brass rail in front
of Jndge Pritchard’s bench. They hß<l
been arrested the night before In a raid
on an alleged disorderly house at 338
East Washington street.
“Judge, your honor, we’d like- to bo
married,” Capps said sheepishly.
His honor’s stern gaze softened.
“And you, miss—how about it-—do you
think you'd want to marry this man?”
Miss Hammer said sho did.
It was not long before the young cou
ple was on its way to the county clerk’s
office accompanied by Probation Officer
Smith, where they obtained a marriage
Judge Pritchard married them in his
private office.
Army Promotions
* Sent to the Senate
WASHINGTON, Feb. s.—The president
sent the following nominations to the
senate yesterday.
To be brigadier generals in the regular
army: MaJ. Gen. Andrew Brewster, U.
8. A. (emergency); Maj. Gen. Edward M.
Lewis, U. S. A. (emergency); Maj. Gen.
Edward F. Jr., U. 8. A.
(emergency); Brig. Gen. Douglas MacAr
thur, U. 8. A. (emergency).
Strike City in Spain
' * n State Siege
MADRID, Feb. 5.—A state of siege has
bepn declared at Santander as a result
or fighting which broke ont in connec
tion with the general strike. A number
of persons were wounded.
A patent has been granted for a safety
pocket-for men, to be attached to sus
pender buttons inside the waist band
of trousers and held closed by suspender
Go after it right away with
Hr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey
THE person who once gives this
nationally popular cough and
cold relieving medicine a fair
opportunity of proving itself, becomes
a convert. He learns now really bene
ficial its healing and balsamic antisep
tics are in helping relieve a cold, cough,
grippe, bronchitis, hoarseness. He
finds out how promptly it assists
Nature in effecting a complete eradica
tion of phlegm and inflammation and
Today—right now—get an econom
ical bottle at your druggist's. It will
be a well-paying investment.
30c., 60c., $1.20.
PgPOIAX, for Young and Old Folks
A pleasant, effective treatment for every
family. Promptly releases the bile flow and
overcomes -.constipation. Po-Do-Lax acts
imoothi,. cl-a-antl,' no the mo,c .tubbora
County Decides to Pave and
Improve Five Highways.
Five Important ‘county roads will be
paved and Improved under the county
unit plan at an estimated cost of $1,290,-
000, the county commissioners and the'
good roads committee of the county coun
cil decided yesterday. *
It was also decided to ask the statt
highway commission to improve the
Crawfordsville road and the Bluff road,
,at an estimated cost of $450,000.
“The state highway commission will be
asked to improve those two roads since
the county has decided definitely to Im
prove five important county roads,” said
County Auditor Leo> K. Fesler. “Some
of the work will be started this spring
hut the entire program will not be com
plete this year.”
The roads which will be improved un
der the county unit plan are as follows:
The Pendleton pike, with bridges, five
and one-half miles, from Ft. Benjamin
Harrison to the county line, estimated
cost, $260,000.
Tho Allisonville road, one and a half
miles, from the new road being built to
the county line, estimated cost, SIOO,OOO.
The Brookville road, five miles, from
-the “Y” to the county line, $500,000 esti
mated cost.
Northwestern avenue on Michigan road,
with bridges, five and one-half miles,
estimated cost. $300,000.
The Mooresville road, from West New
ton to the county 'line, three miles, esti
mated cost, $140,000.
The resignation of Eddie Weber, for
mer pugilist and formerly connected with
the notorious Weber on North
Senate avenue, from the position as
chauffeur for Mayor JewtvJ, was ac
cepted by the board of public works yes
terday on recommendation of If. J. Was
son, superintendent of the municipal
Several other changes In employes at
the municipal garage were also uiade
by the board. Jackson Ha Is worth was
appointed mechanic’s helper and Itoss
Reed, mechanic. John Busch was reduced
from foreman to mechanic and Basil Cov
cret was appointed foreman. Gordon
Shaw, 703 East Thirteenth street, was ap
pointed draftsman; class “B,” in the en
gineering department.
A price list for city and county maps,
ranging from 35 cents to SSO, was
Bids were received for resurfacing New
York street between Indiana avenue and
Alabama streets. The Indiana Asphalt
Company was low, bidding $13.96 per
lineal foot. Bids also were received for
the paving of Gale street between Tenth
and Sixteenth streets, Capitol avenue be
tween McCarty and Bay street, Thirty
sixth street between Centra! avenue Rnd
Pennsylvania street. Thirty-fourttj, street
between College avenue and Fall Creek
parkway. South Capitol avenue between
Mobile and S'.ith streets, Ylray street
between Washington and New York
Democratic Editors
to Hear Gov. Cox
At least 500 persons are expected to
attend the banquet of the Indiana Edi
torial association at the Claypooi hotel
this evening, the sale of tickets in
dicates. Gov. Jnmes M. Cox of Ohlo,-
a candidate for the democratic nomT’
lnatlon for the presidency, will •>
the principal speaker. lhe other spe
ers will be Mrs. Idah MeGlone Gibson v'f
Chicago, head of the publicity depart
ment of the democratic women’s national
organisation, and Daniel W. Simms of
Ft. Wayne. Gov. Cox was to arrive in
Eyes Sore?
If your eyes or lids are sore; if
they itch, burn or feel dry; if your
vision is blurred, your eyesight dim;
if you are obliged to wear glasses,
go to your druggist and get a bottle
of Bon-Opto tablets. Dissolve one
in a fourth of a glass of water and
bathe the eyes from two to four
times a day. Sound, comfortable
eyes and improved eyesight will
make the world look brighter.
Note: Doctors sa v Bon-Opto strengthens eye
sight so% in a week's time in many Instances.
| Cadomerie Tablets Afford Relief
;! to the Shattered Nerves of i
<; the Drinker.
Many men, soldiers and sailors, have
stated that when they defiled their
liquor, their nerves became shattered,
until the wonderful tonic effects of Ca
domeno Tablets restored them to normal
health. Tho man who swears off liquor
or tobacco, will find his task easier, and
will regain his normal poise and coptrol
quicker by taking Cadomene Tablets.
The wornout man or woman, the nerv
our and sleepless, find a boon in
Cadomene Tablets which are guaranteed
safe, harmless and effective always, or
money back. Get a tuba today from
yenr druggist and help yourself to get
right—right away.—Advertisement.
If you have Catarrhal Deafness or head
and ear noises or are growing hard of
hearing go to your druggist and get 1
ounCo of I’armlnt (double strength), and
add to It % pint of hot water and a
little granulated sugar. Take 1 table
spoonful four times a day.
This will oftej} bring quick relief from
the distressing head noises. Clogged
nostrils should open, breathing become
easy and the mucus, stop dropping into
the throat. It Is easy to prepare, costs
little and is pleasant to take. Anyone
who has Catarrhal Deafness or head
noises should give this prescription a
I Headaches, Neuralgia,
Rheumatic Pains _ gS f
We Must Love
Othei\ Nations ,
Educator Says
A message advocating advanced inter
nationalism on the part of the women of
the world and a program of peaceful use
fulness from Mrs. May Wrigbt Sewitll,
one of the oldest and most prominent
educational and club women of Indian*
apolls, was read yesterday at the
founders’ day luncheon of the Indianap
olis Local Council of Women at the
Claypooi hotel.
Mrs. Sewail was invited as the honor
guest, but was unable to attend be
cause of her health, f
Mrs. Sewail, who returned from the
east some time ago, has been making her
Look at tongue! Remove poisons
from stomach, liver and
x bowels.
Accept “California” Syrap of Figs only
—look for the name California on the
package, then you are sure yo*r child is
having the best and most harmless lax
ative or physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love its de
licious fruity taste. Full directions for
child’s dose on each bottle. Give it with
out fear.
Mother!* You must say “California.”—
Get busy and relieve those pains
with that handy bottle of
Sloan's Liniment.
WHAT Sloan's does, It does thor
oughly—penetrates without rub
bing to the assailed part and
promptly relieves all manner of exter
nal pains and aches. You'll find It clean
a>d non-sktn-stalning. Keep it handy
for sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, over
exerted muscles, stiff Joints, pains,
bruises, strains, sprains,“bad weather
For 8S years Sloan’s Liniment has
helped thousands the world over. You
won’t be an exception. It is unequaled
in producing results.
All druggists—3sc, 70c, $1.40.
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Deep-Seated Erie Acid Deposits Are Dis
solved and the Rheumatic Poison
Starts to Leave the System Within
Twenty-four Hours. v
Every druggist in this county is au
thorized to say to every rheumatic suf
ferer In this city that if two bottles of
Allenrhu, the sure conqueror of rheuma
tism, does not stop all agony, rcjuce
swollen joints and do away with even the
slightest twinge of rheumatic pain, he
will gladly return your money without
Allenrhu has been tried and tested for
years, and really marvelous results have
been accomplished In the most severe
cases where the suffering and agony was
Intense and plteoas ana where the pa
tient was helpless.
Allenrhu relieves at once. Immediately
after yon start to take it the good work
begins. It searches out tne uric acid
deposits, dissolves the secretions and
drives rheumatic poison out of the body
through the kidneys and bowels.
It's marvelous how quickly it acts.
Blessed relief often comes in two days,
and even In cases.where the suffering Is
most painful all traces disappear in a
few days.
Mr. James H. Allen, the discoverer of
Allenrhu, who for many years buffered
the torments of acute rheumatism, de
sires all sufferers..to know that he dogs
not want a cent of any one’s money un
less Allenrhu decisively conquers thts
worst of all diseases, and be has in
structed Hang Drug Cos. to guarantee it
in every instance. —Advertisement.
I was badly ruptured while lifting •
trunk several years ago. Doctors said
my only hope of cure was an operation.
Trusses did me no good. Finally I got
hold of something that quickly and com
pletely cured me. Years have passed
ind the rupture has never returned, al
though I am doing hard work as a car
penter. There wae no operation, no lost
time, no trouble. I have nothing to sell,
but will give full information about how
you may find a complete cure without
operation, if you Write to me. Eugene
M. Pullen, Carpenter, 330 F, Marcellus
avenue, Manasquan, N. J. Better cut
out this notice and show it to any others
who are ruptured—you may save a life
or at least stop the misery of rapture
|nd the danger f da opera*
home with Mrs. Frieda Schreiber, 1732
North Illinois street, since her arrival
In Indianapolis.
A compromise In the libel salt brought
by George W. Brown against Edward
O. Sourbler, former county treasurer,
and William Hansman, a printer, has
been effected, attorneys announced yester
day. By the terms of the compromise
Mr. Sourbler pays Brown’s widow SI,OOO
and Hansman pays her $2,000.
Mr. Brown, who was a progressive
candidate for connty treasurer in 1914,
sued Mr. Sourbler and Mr. Hansman on
the grounds that they bad made libelous
statements in a circular which was dig
tiibuted during the vampalgu. The
crlginal suit asked for a Judgment of
SIOO,OOO. The defendants are to pay ah
court costs not already paid. The firm
of Hanna and Dally represented Brown
and Martin M. Hugg and the firm oi
Ryan anrt-Ruckelshaus represented tho
Hospitals Crowded
With Flu Patients
Plans for the establishment of an
emergency hospital to care for the over
flow influenza patients from hospitals
will be taken up by the board of health
at.a meeting this week, according to Dr.
Herman C. Morgan, secretary of the
A meeting scheduled for last night was
postponed, due to the absence of Dr. W.
D. Gatch, president of the board, from
the city.
All hospitals in the city are crowded.
Eighty new cases of influenza were re
ported to the health board yesterday.
Hood’s Pills
In small doses
In Larger Doses
Made by O. L Hood Cos., Lowell, Mass.
To Cure A Cold
ia One Day
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look for this signature
(o- JfcSfrcrvts
on the box. 30c
Use Soothing Musterole
When those sharp painu go shooting
through your head, when your skull
seems as if it would split, just rub a little
Musterole on your temples and neck.
It draws out the inflammation, soothes
away the pain,usually giving quick relief.
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than
a mustard plaster and does not blister.
Many doctors and nurses frankly
recommend Musterole for sore throat,
bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheuma
tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the
back or joints, sprains, sore
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet —colds
of the chest (it often prevents pneu
monia). It is always dependable.
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50,
A man is as old as his organs; he
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organa in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
The world’s standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles
since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates
vital organs. All druggists, three sizes.
Uok fee the Mae Geld Medal on .Terr boa
*M aceopt no imitation •
Dr. Franklin Miles, the Great Specialist,
Gives a $2.30 Personal Treatment
and New Book Free.
To prove the remarkable efficacy of
his new Special Personal Treatment for
heart disease, short breath, pain in side,
shoulder or arm, oppression, irregular
pulse, palpitation, smothering, puffing of
ankles or dropsy—Dr. Miles will send
to afflicted persons a $2.50 Free Treat
ment. Bad cases usually soon relieved.
Many report cured after physicians failed.
These treatments are the result of 30
years' expensive research and unusual
success in treating various ailments of
the heart, nerves, stomach, bowels, kid
neys, bladder and rheumatic trouble,
which often complicate each case.
Bead for Astonishing Reports of Cures.
So wonderful are the results that he
wishes every sick person to test this fa
mous treatment at his expense. Afflicted
persons should avail themselves of this
liberal offer at once as they may never
have such an opportunity again. Delays
are dangerous. No death comes more
suddenly than that from heart disease.
Send for the Heart Book and Two-
Pound Free Treatment. Describe your
disease. Address Dr. Franklin Miles,
Get relief without fear as told
• y in “Bayer package”
The “Bayer Cross” is the signature si
the true "Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin.” TIM
name “Bayer” is only- on genuine As
pirin prescribed by physicians for over
eighteen -years.
In every bandy “Bayer” package are
proper directions for Colds.
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuritis
for I’ain generally.
Tin boxes of 12 tablets, cost only s
few cents. Druggists also sell larger
“Bayer” packages. Aspirin is the trade
mark of Bayer Manufacture of Mono
aeeticaeldester of Salicylicacid.—Adver
Spanish Influenza Is
Epidemic Here
Many Cases Develop Into
Deadly Pneumonia. Easier
to Prevent Than Cure. How
to Avoid.
The constant daily increase of Span
ish influenza reported by local physician*
shows clearly that many people are fail
ing to take the simple ordinary precau
tions necessary to avoid infection. For,
while influenza, after its development, Is
sometimes difficult to cure, it is an easily
preventable disease.
The best plan is to begin treatment be
fore the first symptom starts. F.or no
other disease will develop so quickly of
spread go rapidly. You may feel fine to
day—be sick tomorrow and lose a week
or more of work. You will Indeed be for
tunate if pneumonia does not develop.
The air today is full of influenza
germs. Every breath you take is likely
to draw them into your nose and throat.
You can prevent the disease by killing
the germs before they spread throughout
your body. There is probably no safer
or surer way to do this than to go to the
nearest drug store and get one of the
famous Hyomei Inhaling Outfits consist
ing of a bottle of the pure Oil of Hyomei
and a little vest-pocket, hard rubber In
haling device into which a few drops of
the Oil of Hyomei are poured.
Just breathe this Oil of Hyomei deep
into your nose, throat and lungs and<
every particle of air that enters your
breathing organs will be charged with an
antiseptic, germ-killing balsam that will
destroy the germs that have found lodg
ment there. ,
You can’t do this too often. No ordi
nary night and morning gargling or
throat spraying will be sufficient o long
as during the day you come in constant
contact with infection. The Hyomei in
haler is small and can be conveniently
carried in a handbag or Vest pocket.
Every half hour or so throughout the
day take it out and draw a few breathe
of its pure healing air into your nose
and throat. By doing this yon can pre
vent infection and check the further
spread of the disease even though you
are coming in direct contact with It.
This is an inexpensive treatment as the
Inhaler will last a lifetime and further
supplies of the Oil of Hyomei can be
had at any drug store for a few cents.
NOTE: Oil of Hyomei, so strongly
recommended above for prevention
of Spanish Influenza is not anew discov--
ery but is the application of an old and'
time-tried treatment to anew disease.
Hyomei has been a standard in the treat
ment of catarrh and colds for over twen
ty years and is sold by druggists every
where. Hundreds of people In Indianap
olis and vicinity keep a Hyomei Out
fit with Inhaler on the bathroom self,
for regular winter use. If you have one,
get it out now and use it If you haven't
one, go to the nearest drug store and get
one today.. It is the duty of every per
son, not only for his own sake )>ut for
the community to do all ia his power to
prevent further spread of this epidemic
and to stamp it out. —Advertisement.
For Rheumatism and Nervous
Exhaustion, Lame Back, Kid
ney, Bladder and Stom
ach Troubles.
And All Forms of Blood Diseases.
January 20, 1913.
The Monnett Medicine Company,
Indianapolis, Ind.
Gentlemen—For a long time I have
been suffering with Rheumatism In my
arms and legs; It bothered me so muck
I could not sleep or get any rest; got
very nervous, had no circulation, no ap
petite, had a bad taste In my mouth.
Tried several doctors. They claimed thai
I was suffering with Neuritis, but aite
I had spent more than S3OO (three bun
dred dollars) and got no relief, a frien<
of mine urged me to cat a box of Mon
nett’s Kan-Do-Its, which I did, and ta
my surprise I began to get better fren
the first dose ana today will say tha
the one box did me more good than a]
the other treatment from the doctor* dh
me in two years.
I am sending' for another box, as Z in
tend to take the full treatment (*H,
boxes) beore I quit, for I have greal
faith in it, as I sleep and rest welL
Yours very respectfully.
v 802*4 Massachusetts Ave., ,
/ Indianapolis, Ind.
9 North Tempi* Avenue,
Indianapolis, Ind.
Price, SI.OO per box. or six boxes for
$5.00. Each box contains 70 doses.
For sale by Henry J. Huder, Washing
ton and Pennsylvania street*, and south
east corer Michigan and Illinois streets,
—Advertisement. '
i|ow One Woman—
Helped Another
Foley Kidney Pills are bought fa
every state in the Union by men and
women on the recommendation of
those who already have been relieved
of kidney trouble and bladder ail
ments by this sterling family remedy.
Comparatively little advertising has
been done for Foley Kidney Pills,
yet they are well known, and those
who know their splendid healing
properties never accept an imitation
or substitute for the genuine Foley.
Pains Banished; Health Restored
* "In September. 1613,1 wss stricken with
lumbago and wai unable to turn myself in
bad. I waa under the care of a pbyaician
but obtaiaed no relief. A neighbor brought
me a half bottle of Foley Kidney Pills; said
the had been similarly afflicted and they had
reliaved her. So I tried them, and after
taking three bottles! waa well and on my
feet. I moat heartily recommend Foley
Kidney Pilla. I have never known them to
fail.”—Mrs. G. H. Eveland, Duncan Mills,
Foley Kidney Pills
aid and assist nature. They strengthen
and invigorate weak or diseased kid
neys and help to keep the blood
dean and pure, relieving backache,
rheumatic pains. lumbago, atiff or swollen
joint* *ore muscle*, puf&oeu under the eyes,
laaguidneee sad other symptoms of kidney
trouble or bladder ailments.
*■■■■ 11 SOLD BY ■■■■
*.t. n*T.yma pm— 1 wpa—was ( *“

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