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EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Geor&A
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GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
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and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GfcOVE AVE.
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T ' J AS. B. McCAHEY, President
4 FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President
V . ' ESTABLISHED 1877
JOHN J. DUNN
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5100 Federal Street
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A. L. WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 706 Firaeslca BuHetag
184 W. Waihmgbra St
Residence 3655 Prairie Are.
Phone Douglas 9133
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this wonderful hear grower
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H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
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Residesee, 1262 Maraltrter Place
Telephone Mosroe 2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Clark and Weihmgten Sts.
Telephone Central 1239
BILL is a good substantial dtizen
who, like many of us, had,
up to a short time ago, never saved
his money systematically.
He never really thought seriously
of investing in bonds until he was
married a few years ago. Being in
experienced in financial matters, he
several letters to Ralph, an 3jA
incna 01 ms. wno an- a
swered all his questions in a very
simple and clear manner.
We have just published a booklet
called "An Investor's .Letters"
. which contains all of Ralph'sand
Bill's correspondence. You wQl
find it very interesting and k,aay
clear up some of the questions you
have in your own mind aboat in
vestment matters, - -
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The sayings depositor that
"keeps coming" to the receiv
ing teller of our bank b the
happiest looking man we know.
Work and put your money at
work if you, too, would be
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BAtfK
L Salla.m Jacftson Streets Chicane
Dr. James M. Hall
Physician and Surgeon
4406 S. State St, . .Chicago
Office Phone Drexel 7074
Office Hours: 10 to 1J A. aC. X to 4 P. 1L.
Res. 4330 Calupiet Avenue
Tel. Oakland 7174-J
Mean Much to Nature Lovor. , .
The bird upon the tree utters tba
Beanlng of the wind a voice of the
grass and the wild flower, words of
the green -leaf; they speak through
that slender tone. . . . Nor Is It
necessary that It should be a sons;
a few short 'noteslln the sharp spring
nornlng are sufficient to stir the
Dolly In the "Faucet."
Mildred had lived all her five event
ful years In the city, and so on her
first visit to tile country everything
was strange and interesting- to her,
but nothing seemed to fascinate her
ss did drawing water, from the open
welL While watching one day her
dolly slipped -from her hand over the
top of the curb. Into the water. As it
went out of sight she ran screaming
to her mother: "Oh, mamma, mamma;
my dolly failed in the in the faucet.'
Pimento Valuable CommtrclMly.
When in the month of May, 14012,
Christopher Columbus arrived off to
-shores of Jamaica he recorded the fra
grance of the spices borne far out te
sea by the land breeze. Then as now
In the month of Hay the air Is charged
with the scent of the pimento tree's
blossoms. Both the leaves of the tree
and its small, round, dark-colored ber
ries are also heavily scented; the
leaves contain oil of eugenol and the
berries the "all spice" -of commerce
forming the one truly indigenous wild
product which slways has been, and
still Is, of considerable importance.
Nothing that Is admittedly and S
'sslstakably horrible matters very nuea,
because -it frightens people Into seek
fag a remedy; the-serious horrors -art
those which seem entirely respectable
sad normal to respectable and moras!
ten. Bernard Shaw.
Treasure in Sacred Lakes.
'It Is known that for many centuries
the Indians an 11 religious rlt threw
immense treasures into the sacred
lake of Gustavlta, Colombia. I'rofes
sor Farabee. an American, discloses
that pure gold to the value of SG00,
000,000 to $800,000,000 had been
thrown into many other lakes of Cen
tral and South America.
The nam Mephistopheles, Is frea
the Greek, and it means "He who loves
ot light'' The name was given to a
Satanic personage of the Middle ages,
who In the Faust legend is appointed
t obey Faust's commands, according
ft the terms on which the latter has
sold his soul to Satan.
It has been aald I hut every possible
aececslty of a man's life, except the
water he drinks and the air he
breathes, may he supplied either di
rectly or Indirectly through the use of
petroleum products, and even water
may be pumped by a gasoline engine.
Someone sayst "In private wateh
your thoughts; In the family, watch
your temper; In company, watch your
tongue." That Is mighty good advice,
and we are not hurting It any when
we add, "and in a crowd, watch your
watch." Boston Transcript.
A render mention the ess of a
detective, who, nfter twenty years, r-
asemhered the face of a forger, and ar-
.rested the man when the crime had
I'alaost Iteen forgotten. One would
i'tather have that sort of memory than
tfcat sort nf face.
Figures In Veeo.
Figures In wood have- wrarteBS
aawticcg.- ' 'tritese may be grasped 1b
-those due to structure, Jhose,Hsefl
ky color. Taristiofi or plgsBestatB,
aA to coasbiBsllea -ef the two, .says
the Assericas Torestry fCHW
These again may be classified ss BfT
jsel asd aiaotHial or pathologicev
Soma! Is "mcaat the BStaral cocdMiea
C the wood ef a sound tree, Ia,ths
sheormal or pathojoglc are to be feaad
the peculiar dsterrJess ndicelaj.
tteos resulting from disease, the at
tacks of insects and activities ef ts
rtoas agencies not a part of-the rega
Isr life processes ef the trees.
Mountain ef Sulphur.
By looking on a map of the South
seas,, one can find the New Hebrides,
about 900 rollfg east. , of Queensland,
.Australia, and southeast of the Solo
xnoBs. At th'e north ,epd of the group
is an Island called Vanua Lava. This
Island Js a mountain, .a big one. 1,000
feet high and covering an area of 100
square miles. But the remarkable
thing about it is that It Is composed
wholly of sulphur. Nothing like It Is
te be found anywhere In the world.
Hint to Precautious.
Take a piece of heavy copper wire
n inches long and bend it In the
shape of a hairpin. Lock the door,
leaving the key In the lock, then place
the curved anjrfe of the wire over the
shank or spindle back of the knob
and put the two ends of tne wire
through the head of the key. The key
cannot be pushed out nor turned.
This Is a light device which one can
carry in a handbag If so desired and
se In hotel rooms when traveling.
An Essay on Frogs.
The Chicago board of education has
caused a classic essay to le Immortal
ized In type. It's about frogs and was
written by a young Noiweglun. The
essay: "What s wonderful bird the
frog are! When he stand he sit. al
most. When he hop he fly, almost.
He -ain't got no sense, hardly. He
alnt got no tall hardly, either. Wbea
be sit he sit on what he ain't got
Mother Got the Letter.
One time when I was going to gram
mar school I was In love with a boy
who was much older than L One
time he wrote me a letter n school,
saying he loved me. Of course I cher
ished that letter; so I put It In my
pocket. Next day was wash day. My
mother found the letter and told my
dad. Weil, yon know the rest. Chi
Destructive Volcanic Outburst.
Rising to a height of 13,000 feet, only
a few miles from Kilauea, Is the great
volcano of Mauna Loa, which has Inter
mittent eruptions, the last one of great
violence beginning in October, 1010,
and continuing for five months, the
flow coming from a split In the moun
tain far down upon Its flank. The black
rolls of treacle lava flowed for miles
through the sand flats, forests and
bare rock slopes, finally emptying Into
the sea, where giant cloud nf steam
rose day and night. Myrimls of sea
fish were killed by the boiling water.
Good "Grain" Retu'ts.
Artificial "graining" of wihkI has
been practiced for a long time and
some of the results obtained by the
modern methods of printing from a
master roll of real wood are remark
ably realistic, says the American For
estry Magazine. Through this means
It is possible to impart a good imita
tion of mahogany to plain, coloriest
woods and to metals.
Papal Hat Worn in 83).
Originally the tiara, or triple crown
of the pone was a plain high cup. much
lllftj those In which doge of Venice
sre so often represent! I old P'e
ture. It was flrt IntnMlm-pd by Pops
Nicholas I. in 800. Jut when the first
coronet was added Is n matter of un
certainty, but the second was placed
by Pope Boniface VIII In 1295 and
the tldnl by Pope Urban V. about 1S98.
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"George, you should get married,
advised the married man. "It is won
derful to have a home waiting for you
when you return at night There is
ecstacy In caring for a garden and a
lawn; you can raise a dog from a
pup, children are nilnrnhle and no
trouble Ht all, a wife is an inspira
tion, and even If she does get suspici
ous you can always talk her out of
If "I could If I could lie like you
can." said the hnchelor. thoughtfully.
"Watchdog of the Treasury
The watchdog of the treasury" was
a title first given to Judge William
Steele Holman, a United States rep
resentative from Indiana. He was
elected first in 1856, and Tith the ex
ception of the Thirty-ninth, Forty
ninth, Forty-fifth, Forty-sixth and Fifty-fourth
congresses, served continu
ously until his death. April 22, 1897, In
Washington. He received the "watch
dog" title because of his champion
ship of economy and his opposition to
sew appropriations and measures
which be considered extravagant.
. 3teamiay .dear,: said the
autaer. as her sea easM to ,frff,play-
lag; -uu u eata ..mgitfi ysa taow."
TOea I tfclak," aaswtrtMl tie Tssy,
Til go oat aad et a ll 'aTHer.'
Phones: Office Mala 4153 Residence,
4751 Chajsplain Avenue
. Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suk 708184 W. Washington St.
Ofica Phones 1 Main 1812, 18S4
W. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington SL, Car. Well.
Salt. 03..Finnen!ch Bide.
RiMaact 3354 Vcraaa Arcana
Phona Dausla M3
PHONS MAIN 2314
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 83S4
Assistant Attorney General
State ef Illinois
Under State Supervision
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Julius F. Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
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John Bain. President
Michael Maisel, Vice-Pres.
Edw. C. Barry. Cashier
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