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CHICAGO, ILT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922
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seswiym tear cuipltHMS to
Be More Beautiful
A wonderful preparation has been discover
ed that chance hort. eoazas hair into ton?
itctves u hair a beatxtifal
PksM Met. 3817
A. L. WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 706 Fifflwich
184 W. Washington St.
Residemce 36S5 FmJrie Ay.
Phone OoscW 9X33
door Whewi It nntz etovlnr health into
Wttie, lifeleashsinstDpe dandruff and itch
isf scalp. This marvelous preparation is
It has given rhontrnds the beautiful lone,
soft, silky, lovely hair which is one of tbetf
chief attractions. It has Bade it posiibls for
Too, yourself, to obtain fine straight hair.
Another marvelous beauty help is EI
ELENTO SKIN BEAUTQTER, a delightful
cream that quickly remores skin """t
and dears up in an astoniabing tuMT cart
sallow complexions. For making- the akin
smooth, velvety anddear.it is unequalled.
If yoor druggist cannot supply yon. send
ns SW in stamps or coin for full size paekares
of both Pomade and Beauti&er. or send 2S0
for single package. Gain the attractive
ESSaJEL "oon ca nave, V getting the
EXELENTO preparations right NO Wl
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Write for Particulars
Residence, 1262 Maea&ter Place
Tdopfcese Mearoe 2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Clark and Wathiartoa Sts.
Telephone Central 1239
WHAT IS A
It's piling "one dollar upoa
another" regularly and per-'
sistently not the initial de
posit, but the regular system
atic saving that develops the
real spirit of thrift and character.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS ltl
J. GRAY LUCAS
204 East 35th Street
Corner Indiana Are., Second Floor.
An Essay en Frogs.
The Chicago board of education has
caused a classic essay to be Immortal
ized In type. It's about frogs and was
written by a young Norwegian. The
essay: "What a wonderful bird the
frog are! When he stand he sit. al
most. When he hop he fly. almost.
He ain't got no sene, hardly. He
alnt got no tall hardly, either. When
be sit he sit on what he ain't got,
Not All So Bad.
Unusually candid Is an adrertlslnj"
merchant In Lennox. S. D. He says:
"We don't claim that other people
are cheats and Ilnrs. We don't judge
everylwxly ele by ourselves." Bos-
Chinese Live en Hsh.
FKh has ulwnjs bwii one of the
chief nrtlcles f din Ii Hilna.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS i
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modern Houses. Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Pa tl (aw-sVriBWJ
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS SANK
La Salle a Jachson Streets Chicago
Office Mala 4153 Residence,
IS YOUR HAIR SHORT OR THIN?
Dors it break oft' or fall out? It It dry and wiry?
Hart you scalp disease, or mere than a normal amount
II so. you should act at once, begin using MADAME
N. A. FRANKLIN'S HAIR GROWER. It matters not
how many Hair Preparations you hare tried without
success, you should not become discouraged and give
up before giving ray Hair Grower a trial. It has pro
moted an abundant growth of hair for thousands and
will do the same for you. Ialo teach my System by
mall or by person. Write for information and terms
MY SPECIAL OFFER
To those desiring to try my wonderful Hsir Prepara
tions I will mail, on request, a SEC WEEKS' TRIAL
TREATMENT, confuting of Shampoo. Hair Grower
and Fretting Oil. with fnll inttructiont how to use the
tame, for only J 1.10. One trial treatment will con
vince you of its value. Make all orders to
MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN
Order Rom ntsntt point
Out. B, 3342 St. SUU
Dttt. B. 80S PnrU An.
4751 ChaBU!i Areas
Pkoae Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
' Suit 708 1S4 W. WaskiagtoB St.
Office Phonsst Mala 1012, 1854
W. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington StCor. Wells
Suite 60). Flrmenich Bldg.
Retidtncet 3354 Vernon Avenue
Phone Douglas '60-45
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JAS.J5. McCAHEY, President
FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President
PHILIP J. DUNN, Secretary
H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
JOHN J. DUNN
Telephone Oakland 1550
5100 Federal Street
f'HONR MAIN 23M
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 iV. La Salle Street
Trust & Savings
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central S354
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Capital, Surplus and Undivided.
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Phone Yards 27
Brass and Wood Beds, Electric Washers,
Refrigerators, Stoves, Paint, Oil,
2515-19 ARCHER AVE.
Benjamin E. Cohen
Republican Candidate for
Judge of Municipal Court
(NEW 2-YEAR TERM)
Election Tuesday, Nov. 7th, 1922
Polls Open 6 a. tn. to 4 p. m.
Under State Supervision
John Bain. President
Michael Maisel. Vice-Pres.
Edw. C. Barry. Cashier
Arthur C Utesch. Asst. Cashier
W. Merle Fisher, Asst. Cashier
and Trust Officer
At ' "
Sent. 15th, 1922
Loans and DIteounts J1.3S0.980.10
tESUnspeeted and approved oy
P"!our'Board of Directors)
Bonds and Securities 70t.SZ4.oi
(Lincoln State Safety
Vaults Co.) .,...
Bank Building and Annex.. 1BS'925if
Furniture and Fixtures.... ?fJ5o i?
Other Resources ......... 1C.18S.S7
Cash on Band and Due from ......
Banks - S6M20.87
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Dndividea'ProfiU ........ 26.66i.4S
Reserved ior Taxet and In-
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' Increase in Deposits Since
Jane 30, 1922
This Bank invites you to avail yourself
of its complete facilities.
First Mortgage Gold Bonds approved
safe investments yield 7 interest.
Boxes in our completely equipped Safety
Deposit Vaults rent for 14.00 per
year and upwards.
Interest at the rate of t is allowed on
all saving accounts. Savings Depart
ments open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
GEORGE F. LED3RANDT. President.
f!TTT?T.T A. WHITE. Vlee-PresMent
GEORGE Zi CAMPBELL. CaeUer.
L. A. DELATJBIER. Asst. CaeUer
ADDISON Z. AVERY, Hxr. Bod-lt.
1 UNCOLNf STATE BANK
3llt m Sondi State Streets J
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HOWARD'S FOOTBALL PROS
Already at Howard things are be
ginning to take definite shape with
respect to the coming football pro
gram. Coach Morrison began prac
tice in earnest on September 15th, with
a fine bunch of "huskies " Quite a
large number of the "old warriors"
have not returned as ye! but during
the coming week practically all will
hae reported. With the old boys
back in togs and the splendid recruits
from the Freshman squad of last year,
the prospects for a winning team for
Howard's 1922 season seem bright.
Mrs. Amelia McGavock, 4425 South
Dearborn street, is home again after
spending more than ten months at
Batavia, Ohio, at the bedside of her
only sister, who recently passed
Figures In Wooa. "
Figures In wood hare various
sources. These may be grouped In
those due to structure, those caused
by color variation or pigmentation.
and to combination of the two, says
the American Forestry Magazine.
Thee again may be clnltied as nor
mal and abnormal or pathologic. By
normal Is meant the natural condition
of the wood of a sound tree. In the
abnormal or pathologic are to be found
tlie peculiar dNtortimis and colora
tions resulting from iliM-ase. the at
tacks of Insects and activities of va
rious agencies not a part of the regu
lar life processes of the trees.
Offers Equal Service to All
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place'
A live or wide awake newspaper
nan or solicitor can earn some easy
joney by calling on or addressing
Julius F. Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
treet. Phone Wentworth 2597.
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The Cranford Apartment Bldg.
3600 WA ASH AVENUE
The finest buildin ; ever op ed to Colored tenants in Chicarc
Steam heat, electric lights, tile brths, marble entrance
Phone Main 263
J. W. Casey,' AgL 133 W. WashinjtiDS
Mrs. Annie Northington of 2916
South State street, who has been con
fined at Provident Hospital for sev
eral weeks on account of illness, is
BACK FROM THE EAST
William M. Gales, a representative
of the Overton Hygienic Mfg. Co- is
back from the east after spending
two pleasant weeks in New York
City with friends on his vacation.
"Flfty.four Fsjrty, or Fight.
"FUty-foar Forty, or Fight," was a
adopted daring the northwestern
Vwindary discussion by those who dlsv
approTed of yleldlac oar claims to
tbe territory short of 64 degrees 49
asuiutes of latitude between the Rocky
ssswatslns sad the Pacific eean.
The Buck Passes the Buck.
An Americanization Incident of ths
West Is related: A l'iut Indian with
a stick and white paint raised a dol
lar bill and passed It on a Chinaman,
who paid a gambling debt to an Amer
ican with It. The American was ar
rested. New fork Morning Tels
grapli. Seek New Supplies of Ivory.
Genuine ivory Is exceedingly scarce,
and many hunters left Seattle last
summer to prospect the Yukon and
Norton sound tundras for mastodon
tasks, says the Scientific American.
Another source of supply Is the Behr
Ing sea walrus and narwaL
Altar Lights Burn 50 Years.
For 60 years seven lights havs.
burned day and night In front of a
statue of the Blessed Virgin In one of
the Catholic churches In Chicago.
These lights commemorate the escape
of the edifice; from destruction in the
treat fire of 1S71.
Ike bssm Mephlstopheles, Is freor
fee Greek, and It means "He who Iotm
not light" Th? name was given to a
Satanic personage of the Middle ages,
who in the Faust legend Is appointed
to obey Faust's commands, according
to the terms on which the Utter .has
sold his soul to Satan.
Cor Oot Thb SoBsatrrnoii Blast: abb Mae. It w
THE BROAD AX $1.00 n 6 mosths
3K 8. S&awstk Street, Cfckagn, HL $MmYlUL
JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Flesse enter oy nsae as a isbicrfter to THE BROAD
AX. I adoe herrmm Two Dollars, the ansusl sa&eerJptisas to saae, er One
Dollar for six months.
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