National Geographic : 1924 Apr
A REAL POWER GRASS-CUTTER THE sturdy little Moto-Mower rolls rightalong on its own power-over mounds-in and out of tight places-around trees and shrubs-without a grumble. It leaves in its wake a smooth strip of close-cropped lawn. Anyone can operate it. Send for further details of this little money-saver. THE MOTO-MOWER CO., 3344 E. Woodbridge St. Detroit, Michigan GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY OF ENGLAND for Comfort, Convenience and Courtesy THE CATHEDRAL LINE OF ENGLAND THE COUNTRY OF THE ABBEYS Through trains to Chester, Shakespeare's Country, Torquay, Plymouth, Lorna Doone Country, Wales; Oxford on Main Line. Go Great Western -The Line to Legend Land Write for information and illustrated Travel Books to R. H. LEA, General Agent, 315 Fifth Avenue, New York, and 37 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Canada All birds prefer RUSTIC HOUSES Any three for $5.00 and post money for 9 pounds. CRESCENT CO., "Birdville," Toms River P. O. New Jersey Brush the molars The large end tuft will help save your most important teeth. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."