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DAILY EAST OSEGOITIAIf, PElfDLITTOU, 0MQ03T, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1020
During tho past your 1777 drivers
ond eccupants of autoniohlli's were
killed at rullruaii croKNliiRH, mid 43D6
Injured, The alumilng frequency of
Much accidents hus prompted the
Franklin automobile company of Hyru
cue to wnge a national "Watch out
for the railroad croiwlnirs" ,cunipiilKn
through I's denier organization, direct
Ing the iittentlon of every Franklin
owner to the dimmer nf "taking
chu'nrPn" at jrrndn crossings, "' and
pointing;, out certujn rulwv W'JiJoJir if
adhered to, would 'reduce crossing
accident to a minimum.
That this "Bufety '1rt" movement
I to gain a nation-wide Impel ua seems
certain, an the Fraitklin Company hull
received the (iKHiiranco of all the more
prominent automobile manufacturers
that they will lie glud to cooperate by
mailing to their owners a letter tilmlliir
to the one which the KVanklln Com
pany hus sent to every Franklin own
Tho Fiunlilln Company urge the
obf jrvatlon of the following miens
i. Do not allow children to drive
your car, or for that matter any one
who la not able to keep the car under
ptrfect control at all times.
Borax Crystal sparkle like diamond.
Diamonds cut glass "Borax cuts dirt.
Diamonds come from the desert.
So does Borax. J
Borax crystals only are used in
BORAX SOAP CHIP,
They maka water soft as velret
If tha borax In tha soap that does tha work"
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Lauey-Light Advertf,ment-Copy No. LC-11
. 140 line3 x 2 col.
And the Way to Make Every Day a Sunny Day
As Billy Sunday Sees It
When Billy Sunday gets out
his little hammer he strikes so
hard that the impact upon the
Jieads of those he hits feels like
the blows of a sledge hammer.
In the Country Gentleman of
July 31st, Billy takes a rap at a
certaintypeof farmer thetype
that believes in helping himself
to the good things in life, but
forgets to pass it on to his wife.
We're going to quote a few
things from Billy's article, not
because it hits any of our farm
er friends in this community,
but because of its good logic
and because it brings out some
of the many advantages of the
Lalley Light and Home Electric
Power Plant, from an entirely
1 In hitting at the farmer who
has his automobiles and mod
ern machinery to assist him in
his farm operation, but has neg
lected to provide any of the
modern appliances for the
home, Billy says, in parti
Thar are thoui.ndi of man,
many of them with their name on
church roll, who call themselves
Christians, who treat tho livestock
their farm a mighty eight bet
ter than they do their wives, 1
Don't you know that
washing with n tub and board is
each hard work and it dreaded so
by woman of the country, that by
common consent, from tho Atlan
tic to tho Pacific, tho women have
named washday, "Blue Monday"?
"Oh, "you ay,"the doesn't com-:
plain about hV 1
Say, you, Mr. Farmer, as you sit
by the light of the old coal-oil lamp
reading this get up, right
now, this minute, go to her, put
your arms around her and say,
"Sweetheart, you're working too
hard. The washing is too heavy
far yea. What do yon say if we
get one of those new Jangled
Look out, she may faint; it's been
long since yon talked to her
like that But you go to it
And. while you're at it you might
just as w.U teU her that she can
bare one of those electric-lighting
machines and can chuck the old
coal-oil lamp over the back fence.
And whatever you do, be sure
to put running water in the house
. for her. A man has no right to
ask or expect a woman to draw
water up band over hand from a
well forty feet deep. Give her
water from a faucet in the kitchen
sink.and a bath-room and lavatory
and a lot of other laber-aaving
And Billy might have gone
right on in his "hammer and
tongs" way and told how an
"electric lighting machine," as
he puts it, would have done
many other things around the
home to save his wife work; he
might have even gone further
and, at the same time, made
more of a hit with this particu
lar type of man, by telling him
that he would actually get just
as much, if not more, Denefit
from the "electric machine" in
the time, work and money it
would save him, than would
his wife and family.
And then if Billy had been up
on these matters, and had he
beenpermitted todoso.he could
have told the farmers he was
hitting at, that the one plant to
do these things the one plant
that "Does More Does It Bet
ter" is the Lalley Light and
Home Electric Power Plant.
The chances are Mr. Sunday
had the Lalley in mind but he
couldn't mention names.
He left that to us, and that is
what we want an opportunity
of doing showing you how the
Lalley is far-and-away ahead of
anything of its kind. This might
sound like we're taking on a
big job, but we're not like the
tauey riant we're, equal to any task. '
So just come in and well (how you
where Billy Sunday was right in advis
ing the purchase of an "electric ma
chine" not only for the wife, but for
you and for every member of your 1
family and we'll show you where we
are right about the Lalley.
Be Sure See the LALLEY First
STURGIS & STORIE
. HmJ(f arttrt for EUetrieal Eamipmtmt for th Farm ani Ratal Mama
2, Examine your bi'"n a) - brake
llnhiRs, andtrini( connwtlortg frc'
qtiently, and keep thorn In good co
cjltlon. 8 When approaching a. grade crow
ing "Slow Down" to ton miles per hour
whether you see a train approaching
or not then you will ho on the aufo
4. If tho approach to a crossing is
up a grade, shift Into low gear, which
will prevent the possibility of your
lnllHl5 your engine while on the
B I.ook carefully In both directions
before attempting to cross, and If your
view is cut off In cither direction by
oliHtructlons 'of kind, ny a atrlng of
freight cars on a aiding, or what not,
get out from your machine, If neces-
sarw. In order to muke sure that the
coiHsIng Is clear,
8 Above ll, don't rely upon the
supposed speed and power of your ma
chine id attempt to "beat ' an ap
proaching train by racing 11 cross the
tracks In front of It. Too many have
tried this and fulled.
You owe It to yourself, your family
and the occupants of your car to be
careful at grade crossings.
SNOW SEEN IN SUMMER .
DENVER, COLO., Nov. f .(A. P.)
Motorists seeking the unusual In tra
vel r.1 II find it next Hummer wearing
overcoats and furs on the night of the
hottest day In July, crossing the Con
tinenlul Divide while making tho 5,
590-inlle circle swing of the National
I'ark -to-Park, Highway, the longest
scenic motor wav. in Ihe .world. .
That's -ha.l members of the official
party now dedicating the : highway
which traverses nine western states
and connects twelve major national
parks, have experienced since they left
Denver August 2. Tha party will re
turn In time for a convention of the
National I'ark-to-Park Highway As
sociation here November 11.
Tho wonder highway la. like a scenic
running noose, and following the u.r
lat, the mortorlsta reaches tho hlstor
Ic rulna of clif ; .livelier-" In Mesa Verde
nurk. or tuo .Ton of tho World" In
ItiMky'A.'ountalil park, in Colorado.
Htartlng from Denver, tho highway
touches Koefcy Mountain l'ark enter
Ing Wyoming, where It pauses through
Yellowstone. . In Montana, Its couree
reaches to the extreme northern ML
Italnler Park, In Wash. The highway
continues through Oregon, making a
rough circle lariat I. y wmdlng through
Arizona, Nurthjrn.Vrtiona and .Colo
rado, getting back to Denver, the
In the course of the circle which
the highway describes, tho rnortorifcts
visits the frozen ico fields In Cinder
park, Montana; enow-cupped Mount
i.uai.ler in Washington; an extinct vol
cano In Crater l'ark, Oregon, and an
active volcano in Lassen Park, Call.
fori.ia. (iiant redwood forests In Yo-s-'inlte
and Sequoia parks, In Califor
nia and the Grand Canyon in Arizona
also are 'ncluded In this park connecf-
The National l'ark-to-Park highway
Association was formed to sci're the
impiovcincnt of the dozen transcon
tinental highways and connecting
roads forming the park-to-park high
way, including the Yellovaionc-Glac-
ler I'oo Line, Kocseveit, National
Parks, Old Trails. Ilalnbow and Wel-
lowstone trails. The association hopes
eventually to secure federal aid in tho
Mini of tlOO.O00.C00 for hard-surfacing
this continuous highway. The only
st'vtch "f hard -surf awu road at pre
sent in .f-f miles jf the pacific High-
wav. cy.i'r.di.is from nattle to Ban
WASHINGTON, Nov. . (By L. C.
Martin, U. P. Staff Correspondent.)
"The solemn referendum" on the lea
gue of nations having gono against
President Wilson, his friends, as well
as critics, are asking: .
What will Wilson do about the peace
The answer Is known only to the
president. If he Intends to do any
thing bet has not notified his official
family. Many guesses have been
made, among them:
That he will do nothing more about
the treaty or league.
That he will re-submlt the league
covenant to the senate in Dcaember.
with a statement that he will accept
ratification with such reservation as
the senate adopts. ,
That he will resign shortly and step
out of the treaty fight, as suggested
by W. J. Bryan.
That he will make separate peace
with Germany before March 4.
That ho will shortly address a state
ment to the American people In which
ho will say his last word, officially, on
Whltohouse officials refused to dis
cuss Mr. Bryan's suggestion that Pres
ident Wilson resign to let Senator
Harding be sworn In immediately. His
closest associates scout the idcu, how
ever. I s
BY WIFE FOR SHERIFF
BUT HE MAY HELP
UO.-'COMMOX, Mich., Nov. 6. -(A.
P.) ;Mrs. Jane Johnson, aged
65, mother of throe children, was
elected sheriff of fcoscommon
county to succeed her husband.
She sulci today she would appoint
her huso-nd deputy.
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K. WV iKiUUon Co.
Xortlicast Mcctrie Co.
Senilis Magneto Co.
SpUtdorr FJeetrle Co.
Ward IXMSiai'd Co
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