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THE BEE OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1917
REAL ESTATE Investment
A Good Buy
Phill lot, right down town, with brlrk
tmproemita, paying 7 Mi par cent nflt on
th foil price. Thla property ha a specu
lative value tn addition to a safe, steady
income. $8,000 cash, or possibly leas, vrUI
handle for a quick deal.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Don. S962. Realtors. m City Nafl Bk. Bldg.
' SPECULATIVE PKOPKRTY.
A. P. Tl'KET & SON.
110 First National Bank lildg.
I7M0 income 12 pel cent, one yeai on
very fine location; mort gaffe o2M and
will acoept S0.vM In trade: balance
eaao or negotiable paper.
CALKlNb A CO.,
Douglas 1.13 Cliy Nat'l Bank Bldg
REAL 5 I A It I o Exchange
WANTED A DRUQ STORE I will trade
my new. modern 7-room bungalow at
Smtthwtck (Pall River county) S, P., fo
a good drug more; no Incumbrance' - m
o hides barn, large chicken house, ice
house, & acres of good land; running
water, tree. An Ideal chicken farm.
AddreM U. G. Klanigan. 340. E. 8tb SU
6-ROOM bouse, modern except heat, on
Leavenworth car line; will trade for one
or two good clear lots. House only 5
yean old and In first oUss condition.
BIO 4 RLALTY CO..
1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 3S:
THB GREATEST GAIN 68,718
In paid wan t-ade ever made by any
Omaba paper, la the record of TUB
OMAHA BEE for 181.
BUST RESULTS LOW EST RATB
WE have exchange for Kimball Co. land.
Raw nr Improved.
INTER -STATE REALTY CO.,
5-0 City Nat- IXmg. 8882.
'OH SALE OR EXCHANGE
Improved 160-acre farm, 8 ml. from Bea
trice, about 120 acres under cultivation.
..RCHER REALTY CO..
680 Brandels Bldg.
WE have so nit ud Humus and rental prop
erties fo Neb or Iowa land Edward F
William Co (.mans Nafl Bank Bldg
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START YOUR HUM a! IN BENSON.
BUY THH LOT.
liO.HO down and 1 00 per month; price
1200 00; size. 0x128; located on Locus r
St.. between Clark and Barn ham. not far
from school and car Una. Geo B. Wright.
Ree Office. Omaha.
FOR SALE IN BENSON.
Forty lots, orchards, grapes, cottage, ce
ment walk, well, outbuildings, etc.. J6.&60.
one-third cash. Phone Walnut 1301.
SEVERAL lo u, build t ii8 restriction. 13,
600.00. Adjoining Happy Hollow Circle
8400 00 to J1,000 .
W. L. SKI, BY SONS. Uoug. 1610.
WANTS AN OFFER.
Owner leaving state must sell 7 acres
Improved., near Florence-; Is asking $2,000.
F. D. .VEAD, 810 S. 18th St D. 171
825U ACRE, acreage sold; 8 tracts left at
$300 Lasl chance Call Nelhaway Flo
SMALL fruit farm near Florence, two blocks
from car and paved road. 1611 Parnam.
A GENTLEMAN'S HUM E.
A stately, spacious mansion on 3iM Ave.,
overlooking Hanscom Park, with 12 large
airy rooms. 7 fire places, steam heat and
Innumerable closets and pantries. Ter
raced plot. 180x176 feet. Price, $12,000.
Only $2,600' cash required. For sale only
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 South i4th St. Phone South 1247.
MEDIUM PRICED HOMES.
On the South Side, on full-slued lota,
ranging from $1,600 to 43,000 In different
localities, with all city improvements,
near schools and churches; can be nougat
from us on a small cash payment.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.
4926 S. 24th St. Phone South 1247
VVs nave a large oumbui of small booses
with 8 to rooms, ranging Id price from
I $00 to 81,200, on full sized lots, which
vre can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 8. 24tb St. Phone South 1247.
Wlt improved Will lake tfuud ounge
i'iw s part payment.
S. P 3H.'W1CK & SON.
livlnr 1608 300 Bee Bittg
s ROOMS, bath, downstairs flnisheonakT
cement basement, furnace heat, 60-foot
lot, east front, owner wants to leave town.
Sell cheap. Call S. 8180. 4418 South 21st
REAL EST ATE WAN TED
WANTK1 4. 6 and -roomed houses tha'
can be sold for $100 casta, balance $16 per
month; send complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
.1 320 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1064.
1. 1ST your 6 and 6 -room bouses with us
WE SELL f HEM OSBORNE REALTY
CO Doug 1474
1 WILL buy a good Dundee home, sii to
eight rooms, for cash; west of (th and
esst of 62d. Bos, 307. Omaba Bee. -
MONEY TO LOAN
HIGH CLASS LOANS.
IjO.OO . to $300.00.
Ten per cent .uterest per annum and 14
per cent brokerage fees. Provided by law.
Lasy Payments. Utmost Privacy.
Twenty-five Years Established,
OMAHA LOAN CO.
Licensed and Bonded.
Tel. Doug. iJ.it a. Room 340 Pajtton Blk.
FURNITURE, pianos, ind. notes as security!
$40 t-mo. H. H. gds., total cost, $3.60;
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $2.00.
mailer, larger am'ts., proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
433 Rose Bldg., 16th scd Farnam. Ty 68s.
Z n Dial Gross. 410 NTTctb, rT608 1.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans pro ptly ruadw. Rates
6, h and 6 per ceut. Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRLST CO,
111 South 17th. Omaha. Neb.
City and Farm Loans
6, and 6 per cent. Also first mart
cages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Dumont & Co.. 41t-18 Keellne
Bldg.. 17th and Harney.
PER CENT to 0 per cent on beat class city
residences In amount $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 18S2 Farnam St
THB GREATEST GAIN 68,788
In paid want ads ever made by any
umaha paper Is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 116.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE,
PRIVATE money to loan on first mortgage.
No commission charged. Mortgages bought.
Colfax 3180. No. 1296, Bee.
STANDARD SECURITY ANi
8 WEAU BLDG IttTH AN D FARNAM.
H.oOO MORTGAGE bearing 6 per rent'sem'l
ann.. secured by property valued at $18, SflO.
Talmage-Loomta In v. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
. SUOPEN a CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
$600,000 to loan on Omaha real estate or
Central Neb. land.
W L. Selbey A Sons. Keellne Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches We also buy good farm mort
gages. fcHokv luv. Co., Omaha,
RELIABLE insurance. See O'Nell's Real
Estate and Insurance Agency. 633-6 Bran
rels Theater Tel. Tyler lett
for city and
H- W Binder. City
National Bank Bldg.
INSURANCE, Fire, Tornado, Automobile.
See Urlmutel. 840 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
CITY GARVIN BR08..
LOANS Om. Nat, Bk. Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
MONKY HARRISON MORTON.
BID Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NKB FARMS
IVKBKFR R K CO luls Omaba Nat L
FARM and i-lty loam. and 6 per rent
W H Thomas K..lln. Bldg Doua 148
WORLD REALTY CO
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates,
B. H. LOUOEB. Inc.. 68 Keellns Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly F D. WeadT
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sta.
LOW RATES. C. 6 CARL BERG. 812
Brand-ts Theater Bldg. D. 686.
NO DELAY in closing loans W T Graham.
604 Bee Bldg
Abstracts of Title.
IZ dm Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IV CI I 306 S. 17th St. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REE DABST R A OTCOo.des t ibs it rac t oN
flee In Nehraska. 206 Brandels Theater-
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Represent prompt pay insurance com
panies. 644 Brandels Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HAISE ALFALFA IN FLORIDA INatal
Ha tbla winter Flrat cutting. 90 days.
160 to S8U annually on 10 land. 61
P. von Blk Walnut HIM (eventngal.
Well Improved five miles northeast of
Logan, la., $130 per acre. $8,000 cash will
handle this. Can give possession March
1, or have tenant for It at $600. Ed B
Glbbs, 3229 Harney St. OmaJia, Neb.
FOR SALE i-CLOVER-LAND FARMS.
Grains thrive. Drouth, hail unknown.
Root crops, dairying, grazing. Ideal. Fine
roads, market ; .1'3 growing days. Aver
age killing frosts October 2. Terms easy
George Rowell, Jr., 28 Bacon Blk., Mar
Missouri I ands
SMALL MO Farm $10 cash and $6 month
ly; no Interest or taxes; highly productive
land; close to S big markets. Write for
photographs and full Information. Munger,
A-lifl N. Y. Life Bldg. Kansas City, Mo.
GREAT BARGAINS $6 down. $6 monthly
bays 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town. Southern Missouri. Price
only $290. Address Bog 808, Excelsior
WE FARM the farm we sell you.
THE HUNGER FORD POTATO GROWERS'
Co-operative Potato Farming,
16th and Howard Sta., opposite Auditorium
WE'J land made dry enough for crops or
no pay. Is our way of draining land. No
tract too large or too wet. Guarantee
Drainage Co. Oakland. Neh,
ONE-HALF section Buffalo Co. corn and
alfalfa land, value of improvements over
$5,000; tint location; $60 er acre; deal
with owner. Box Y 849, Omaha Bee.
Full SALto Best large body high grade
medium priced land id Nebraska; very
little money required C. Bradley, Wol
New Mexico Land.
CATTLE AND SHEEP RANCH
For sale. 60 sections, all fenced and leased,
over $32,000 improvements, two good wells,
plenty shelter. Will run 20,000 sheep,
storked now with 1,000 high grade Here
ford cattle. Price $130,000. Box H, Hope,
WE OWN 150,000 ACRES.
$7.50 to $25.00 per acre.
GRIMMER LAND CO.,
GX VERNMENT LANDS Many thousand
acres, agricultural and timber. In Oregon
and California, railroad grant lands, will
be opened to homestead and sale; large
sectional map and entry modifications,
information about county soils, products,
climate, rainfall, elevations, etc., postpaid,
VI. Conlan & Co., 234 North lth St,
USED CAR DEPT.
Douglas 32C0. 2047-49 Farnam.
Overland Tourings and Roadsters.
Max will Tourings.
Terms If desired.
Prompt attention given to ail Interested
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St Douglas $410.
.. Cadillac "$" Touring.
1916 Stearns-Knight Touring,
1916 Chevrolet Touring.
ALL TO B SACRIFICED.
Cash rebate on your auto insurance pol
icy if your car Is equipped with
Phone Douglas 3217. 894 Brandets Bldg.
11913 PAIGE, electric equipped, $210.
11914, 6-60 Maxwell speedster, $440.
Several second-hand Franklins.
TELL & BINKLEY,
2318 Harney St, , D. 1670.
200 SHARES' of- Gross Dixon and some
cash for good second-hand Ford car. J.
H. Johnson, 3761 N. 46tb St Phone Col.
WE will trade you a new Ford for yonr
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Harney. Douglas 625 1.
2 IN 1 VUL. CO.,
1616 Paven port St.
60 Per Cent Saved on Year Tire Expense.
D. 444a. CRfcSTOWN"Varagar"$T6 S. 24th
St, parts r lit p 20, A p person '09 and
'II, Olds II. 1 .axons, $2, etc.
WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWO
CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harney 670$
and ask for JOHN.
BERTSCHY "Kan-Ftx-It." Southeast cor
ner 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 2662.
CASH for any Ford. Webster 3168 evenings'
Rd 7401 days.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready. ' Omaha Garage, 2010 .Har
ncy 8t. Tyler 665
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prlcesright. 218 S, 19th. D. 78M.
THE GREATEST GAIN 63,728
In Paid Want-ads ever made by an
Omaha paper. Is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, tnaga
slnes. We collect We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new borne, 1110-1112-1114
MISS LARSON Baths, massage and mani
curing Scalp and facial massage. Staats
Institute, 150ti Harney St D. 7097. Open
evenings and Sundays.
PRIVATE home for Invalid and lck poo
ple. L. Honig. 3348 Pratt St.Cotfax 3384.
MISSES LILLY AND GOULD BaTnT" maj
sage. 1322 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 2410.
LUELLA WEBSTER, massage and" mani
curing. 61H Pax ton Blk. Red K400.
MISS S. BENJAMIN, manicuring, facial,
scalp treatment. Staats Ins. 1608 Harney.
MISS NASH BRUCMAN. scientific masseuse
and baths. 203 Karbach Blk. Red 2727.
ALL Right Private Maternity Home, 3011
Miami St Webster 2808.
SCIENTIFIC massage. 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
E. BROTT Magnetic massage. 2424 Cuming
MISS LILLY, mass., chiropody. 1322 Farnam.
Manicuring and mass, 1623 Farnam. Rm. 1$.
Hor45s Live Stock Vehicles
3.726" flRED ewesmbouletteiiran tine
condition, shear 11 lbs. MA ewe lambs,
coming yearlings, from above ewes and
blackface bucks; will allow sheep to b
run on range that Is tine until July.
Price l0.7f each. AH ewes under f years
old. Box H. Hope, N. M.
BARGAIN" for -aah7 li """faVm" maree,
nyxn mulesfidy Owner. 21 2T Douglas Ht.
FARM LAND WANTED
RAI'CHES. Farm Lands, bought sold, ex
changed. S. S. and R. E. Montgomery.
A most attractive home
built to live in,
not to rent;
built to last a lifetime ;
beautifully finished and
decorated ; '
in the very best residence
Thin is one of the best built homes in
Omaha. Stone foundation and base
ment under the whole house, and
solid brick above; full brick cross
wall. No veneer. The porch steps,
front, hack and to the sun parlor, are
all stone. The roof is slate. The coal
bins and fruit cellar of tile. There is
practically no cost for painting or re
pairs. The library with built-in book cases
is solid cherry; the halls and stair
case of oak. The dininp room is pan
eled in Venitian oak. All floors up
stairs as well as down are hardwood,
quarter-sawed beach, except the kit
chen, which is maple, and tile under
the stove. A large double storm win
dowed and screened sun porch is con
nected with both the library and din
ing room by French doors. T)y: walls
of the first floor and uppe" hall are
covered with hand decorirted burlap,
except the music room. There are
three bath rooms, the ample closets
all have outside windows and ward
robes and chest of drawers, which
will delight, any woman. There is a
laundry, , fruit cellar, furnace room
and space which can be finished for
a billiard room in the basement,
which is cemented throughout. Soft
water is furnished from a large cis
tern. The house has a gas hot-water
heater for summer use, thermostat,
electric outlets, etc.
It is so well built that 15 tons of coal
will heat it throughout, and with solid
brick walls it is wonderfully cool in
As it is at the very crest of the hill
in the summer there is always a
breeze there if anywhere. It is con
venient to the car line and in the
choicest residence section of Omaha.
The price is very reasonable, and
terms will be made to suit the buy
CALL AT 3903 DEWEY AVE., OR
TELEPHONE HARNEY 3462.
The annual meeting of the atockholdera
of The Bee Publishing Company will be
held at the office ot eald company, Omaha.
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m., on Monday,
March Mb, 1H17, for the election of the
Board of Directors for the ensuing year
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly com. before tha moot,
By order of the President.
N. P. FEIU Secretary.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land Company will be held
at the office of aald Company, Room 701,
First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the Seventh
day of March A. IX, 1117.
Lincoln, Nebraska, Marrh 6th, 1917.
C. H. MOaUILL, President.
W. W. TURNER, Secretary and Treasurer.
Kitchen in Jail
Disgusts Men of
The Grand Jury
Following its inspection of the city
jail, it is felt certain that the grand
jury.will recommend that a new jail
be builL The jurors were shown over
the structure from top to bottom, and
many of them expressed surprise at
the unsanitary and dilapilated condi
tion of the building. What particu
larly attracted the attention of the
jurors K'as the kitchen in the cellar
that had to be reached by a subter
ranean passage, the floor and passage
of which was dirt-lined. After view
ing the kitchen one of the grand jury
members said: . "I never could cat
anything after going down there."
Comments from other members
were along the same order. The cellf
in which the prisoners are kept also
came in for its share of unfavorable
The prand jury spent the greater
part of the morning in listening to
cases being tried by Police . Judge
To Plant Trees to Keep
Snow from Railroad Tracks
Union Pacific officials are figuring
on evolving a plan by which, if it is
adopted, in the future they hope to
eliminate snow blockades along that
portion of the line through western
Nebraska, Wyoming and other prairie
districts. The plart is to plant trees.
Estimates are being obtained on
the comparative growth of the trees
best adapted to the altitude at differ
ent points along the line of road and
their ability to withstand dry weather.
In the event the information justifies
making the experiment, it is prob
able that rows of trees will be planted
along the right-of-way, on the north
side of the tracks. The idea of the of
ficials is that if trees that will adapt
themselves to climatic conditions can
be secured, wind breaks may be grown
up. And it is argued that in a few
years these trees will have reached a
growth sufficient to hold the snow
back from off the tracks, even during
the most severe storms.
Fire Engine Driver Dies
At Hospital of Pneumonia
Edward F. Ryan, driver at fire en
gine house No. 5, died Monday morn
ing in a hospital. After dropsy had
developed to an acute stage pneumo
nia set in and caused death. Mr.
Ryan resided at 3822 T street, South
Side, was single and 28 years of age.
He was a member of the fire depart
ment five and one-half years.
Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-iToneT.
Hony soothes the Irritation, Pine Tar
cnta the phlegm, relieves congestion,
soothes the raw spots. 25c. All druggists.
HEADS OF UNITED STATES AND GERMAN FIGHTING
FORCES Josephu Daniels and Newton D. Baker are the
secretaries of navy and war, respectively. General von Stein
is the German minister of war and Admiral von Capelle is
the German minister of marine.
VON STW a BAKE" '
"Wild Horse" Men Granted
Appeals On Writs of Error
Charles M. Thompson and C. A.
Smith, convicted conspirators in the
Arizona wild horse swindle, who got
jail sentences in the United States
district court, have been granted ap
peals by Judge Woodrough on. writs
of error filed by their attorney, Harry
Fleharty. The appeal bonds were
fixed at $5,000 each.
Thompson was sentenced to serve
one year and a day in the federal
penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kan.,
while Smith was condemned to the
Grand Island jail for three months.
Hogs Set New Record and
Lambs Tie the High Mark
Mr. Hog set another high record
mark at the Omaha yards when the
bulk of the 11,000 on hand sold at
from $11.90 to $1220 per hundred.
Quite a number of the higher grade
hogs sold for $1225, the best price
ever paid here.
Some Mexican lambs sold for
$14.50, which equals the record for
Brought Here for Burial
Beside Body of His Wife
Funeral services for John H, Dav
enport, 53, of Las Vegas, Nev., who
died February 6 t Phoenix, Ariz.,
were held from the N. P. Swanson
Save $160 on this Chalmers Six-30
2054 Farnam St.,
undertaking parln-s Monday after
noon at 2 o'clock John Davenport
was formerly an Omaha man and be
fore his death requested that he be
buried at the side of his wife at ihe
Forest Lawn cemetery. Funeral serv
ices were conducted by Rev. Titus
Fifteen Hundred New
Accounts Are Opened
Only 1,551 new accounts were
opened in the retail stores in Omaha
during January, 1917, as compared to
1,789 new accounts in January, 1916.
This comes out in the monthly re
port of J. H. Taylor, chairman of the
committee on credits of the Asso
ciated Retailers of Omaha. Of re
fused accounts and accounts closed
there were 182 in the month. Fifty
nine bad checks were reported to
the department during the month.
Four Divorce Decrees
Granted; Two Are Suing
The following decrees have, been
granted in a divorce court:
Christina Lafayette from Jesse Lafayette.
Anastasl Erca from Anna Erca. -
Ruth E. Burrh from William C. Bnrch.
Oeruld J. Kublk from Alice M. Kublk.
Anna Barden is suing Bert M. Bar
den for divorce on grounds of alleged
lohn Stuchrk would be freed from
Delia Stuehrk. He alleges desertion.
Yes, This Is the Car!
A 5-Passenger Chalmers Touring Car. A
beauty. Savesyou$160if bought today. Price
beginning March 1st $1250. Price today $1090.
Correct in style. Full stream line. Roomy,
but not too big. With a short turning radius.
Low, comfortable seats with high backs.
Unusual power capacity. All the energy
you can need or ask for. All the speed you
ever require, unless you go in for racing.
Sound and safe and sensible from end to end. An
enviable car in any society.
The 2-passenger Chalmers Roadster, built on the
same chassis advances in price $180 March 1st. See both
cars now and reach your final decision.
Present Prices .
$1090 SeTsa-aaiisapr ig
. . 1350 Stras " LaanaiM
. . 1070 Sra " TmCat
(AD arkas f.a.1. Detraft)
Western Motor Car
Chsi. R. Hannan, Jr., President.
.Walter S. Johnson, Sec'y and Sales Mgr.
. V. Abbott, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
ROBIN RED BREAST
Qroh Interviews the Cheerful
Fellow, Who Is Perched in
a Cherry Tree.
WIFE TO COME BACK LATER
By A. R. GROH.
Whom do you think 1 saw yester
day? Robin Red Breast, harbinger of
spring. Yes. sir.
He was busy, harbingering spring
with all hif might in our back yard.
He was in a cherry tree. I walked
slowly in his direction. He cocked a
curious eye at me.
"Welcome home, dear Red Breast,"
"Thank you kindly, sir," he replied,
"but I fear I came a little early. That
warm day or two fooled me."
"You can't come too early to u..
us," 1 said.
"Thank you,' he said, 'but vou must
remember that our nests aren't steam
heated and the frozen gtound makes
our feet nuinh. That's why I'm sit
ting in this tree.
Gathers Up Crumbs.
"What in the world do you live on
at this time of year?" I asked.
"Well." said Robin, "we would be
in a tight place if it weren't for the
Audubon society people and other
friends, who throw crumbi out for
us. For myself, I'd rather have a
nice fat angle worm any day than
the best bread on earth. But I'll
manage to get along on this till the
worms begin to appear.
"1 was looking over the old nest
and I'm afraid wife and 1 will have
to build a new one. Wind and rain
and snow have about done for the old
He looked up in a maple tree at the
fluttering remnants of last year's
"Do you mean to tell me you find
your way back to the verv same nest
every year?" I cried in astonishment.
finds Old Nest.
"Why, certainly," he said.
"But how can you?" I said. "Even
a person couldn't do that?"
"Ah, we can do many things that
persons can't do," he said. "My win
ter home is in a larch tree in the
yard of a home near Birmingham,
Ala. Wife is stili down there. She'll
be up in a few days. Her health
isn't anv too good. I just came ahead
to have a look at the nest and get
"Just a minute and 111 get you
some crumbs, I said. '
"These crumbs are very good," said
Robini "Still, as I remarked before, I
look forward to the good old worms
"Well, just so you let our cherries
alone, you can have all the worms and
bugs you want, 1 declarer!.
Robin looked hurt
"1 didn't think that of yon, sir," he
said. "I took a few Ust year, just a
very few. But after I had eaten about
a thousand bugs and worms I felt
you wouldn't mind if I took a cherry
or two just as a sort ot dessert, now
ever, if you "
"Dear Robin," I cried, "you just
take all the cherries you want and
welcome Having vour cheerful ores
ence here is worth all the cherries on
Phone Dorrglas 3958.
RECIPE TO CLEAR
A PIMPLY SKIN
Pimples are Imparities Seeking an
Outlet Through Skin
Pimples, sores and boils usually re
sult from toxins, poisons and impari
ties which are generated in the bowels
and then absorbed into the blood
through the very ducts which should
absorb only nourishment to sustain
It is the function of the kidneys to
filter impurities from the blood and
cast them out in the form of urine, but
in many instances the bowels create
more toxins and impurities than the
kidneys can eliminate, then the blood
uses the skin pores as the next best
means of getting rid of these impuri
ties which often break out all over the
skin in the form of pimples.
The surest way to clear the skin of
these eruptions, says a noted author
ity, is to get from any pharmacy
about four ounces of Jad Salts and
take a tablespoonful in a glass of hot
water each morning before breakfast
for one week. 1 his will prevent the
formation of toxins in the bowels. It
also stimulates the kidneys to normal
activity, thus coaxing them to filter
the blood of impurities and clearing
the skin of pimples.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia.
Here you have a pleasant effervescent
drink which usually makes pimples
disappear; cleanses the blood and is
excellent lor the kidneys as well.
To Preserve, Purify
and Beautify the Skin,
Scalp, Hair arid Handa
Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment are supreme;. You
can find no others more
effective no matter what
you pay than these fra
grant, super - creamy
For Trial Free by Return Mail address
post-card: "Crrtlenra, Dept. 22F,
Boston." Sold throughout the world.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get at
the Cause and Remove It '
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub-
sntute tor calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People afflicted with bad breath find
?uick relief through Dr. Edwards'
Hive Tablets. The pleasant, snpv
coated tablets are taken for bad breath
h all he I, ,.i (turn
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen
tly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them to natarat action,
clearing' the blood and gently purifying
the entire system. They, do that which
dangerous calomel does without any of
the bad after effects.
All the benefits of nasty, sickening,
griping cathartics are derived from Dir.
Edwards' Olive Tablets without grip-
uut, pdja ot any uisagrccaoie enccis.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
formula after seventeen years of prac
tice among patients afflicted with bowel
and liver complaint with the attendant
Dr. Edward.' Oltvr Tablets are imre.
ly a vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil ; yon will know them by their
olive color. Take one or two every
night for a week and note the effect
10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without the dan
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or congestion. And it acts at once I
Musterole is a dean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than a
mustard plaster and does not buster.
Used only externally, and in no way can
affect stomach and heart, as some in
ternal medicines da
Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis,
croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, con
gestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
all pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains,
frosted feet, colds of the chest .(it often
prevents pneumonia). .
increase Btrength of
delieatt. nervouB, run
down people 200 per
cent In ten dan in
many Instances. 9109
forfeit If it faila a per
full explanation tn large
article aotm to appear in
Auk your doctor or
druKEiit about it.
tibertnan A MeConneU Drug Stores alwayr
carry It In toclt-
KEUEVE THROAT IRRITATION
THB NEW 10e BOX FITS TUB PCKTUST
JOHN L MOWN SON. Bodaa, Maaa
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