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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Zl, 917.
OTTAWA FltKK TK A DEK-.J O U KIN All
MG2 THREI
The Meaiij?
t- -t r c ' f i
a
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5$1VI
: of
IW
wlio is Rrowinj: tu li'iin -xp'lve lux
! iiry thrs iln.vs, hut fur tlnwe ninny
j tiling iimih which nil tin hm.l tlnii-s
In th world will have no ettrvt. Thou.
' things lii' h rh hi' :m n.wr hiiy
i th.' Dlil. oh cii'l" f Tuvitrli und huiL-h-tiT.
with the stars ifiiillni: tiiil lis hy
iiltlht mill Tltt trt'at w:irm sun ln'iiinltn
(li:: iinii ii hy ihi.v trying n Iurd
tu remit our lu-nrts f( keep tlu iii wutm
ut.it stitmy mi tin' il:is nf i!ii- vi-nr
tii'L'ltitiliis: wl'l
i.p iu:,t
'rii::!ik-i.'lvlii; iIm.v.
U $'. - I I! N . H 1 t'llll
rr
4
WO tutkv in the 1antyanl
, i rr ''I'l'iiiin, tiii a t
If' 1U lil'le tu UliiliTstulul thi'lr
lant;u:ii.'' this Is what wv
would h:ivc lu-uril thftn Mtyltifi.
Kevcml ihiys lfir tin last
Thursiluy I it XuwtuVr :
"My fattu-r vviis at uite of tin' merri
est vt ' tit last ytur." stlil Mr.
Mr. "lie s k-it fur our own Jolly
farmer. Ms tvlfe und tlo'lr f-.ur fun'
children. The fanner's wife -fil
him ti well, fnnki'tl him itutii h
was brown tuid tender, autt then sin
ger! hliu ou a hit; platter an the
prttl(I'nl ftftrt of the llieal. To lie sure,
the hntl tutitty other piodies. utii-h as
soup, stewed torn, iranlierry same,
sweet pututoes, sijuasli. tutiiikla Ile.
tiuts and apple i-iil. r. hut he was lit''
luulu llilnjf ! lie was the l-el.ter of at
tractlmi, and when he was hroui-tit in
ru the platter, pii'lng hot. tin- r--faced
ihiltlrea streutned with ! lij-'Itt
auii shUI :
"0h, isn't lie a lieiiuty!' The tv.u
boys ate as ninth as they eotiM. mi -IM
c VX
f Ms
"My Father Was at One of the Merri
est of Scenes Last Year"
the two little Rills with the hlue p.vps
and the wft hrovvti hair. And so did
the uwtlier and daildy. Hut even then
my father had uot entirely vanished,
and with one accord they said that
they hud never had such u Thanksgiv
ing dlimpp."
, The turkeys, as well the otlier
- treatures In the Imrnyurd. had gath
ered around to listen. "You are so
proud of being eaten," said the pit's
und ducks, "and how can you enjoy he
Injf proud your joy I so soon over?
Why do you want to be fed oo much
wh-ii It only means that soon you tan
ljave no more to eat, liecause a huti
try family has eaten you?"
"That'll because you don't under
, tuud turkeys," said handsome MUx
Turkey. Ve tnn.slder lt'nueh n splen
did honor to he eaten on ptieh tt nota
hie clay. ' We are not eaten any time
ut fill, like some creature 1 know of."
The other harnyanl mihmtW hitiijr
their liiads. They knew of whom she
pohe, and they were suddenly much
quieter, clucking, quncklng, jiuntinj;
and squPnllng In low voices.
Mr. Oolilile, cousin of Mr. fiohhler,
had (ji'fc'tin to Fpeak: "Your father
wnn very fortunate In lielnu the one
Hived for the farmer's family. And a
jtreat treat he was. Hut listen to my
tule of a Kfeater treat." They all
drew nearer, "(iohhle, ohhle, tiU
lile." rejieutlng hist own name and the
call of Turkey haul, "my father served
a fur better purpose.
"The fanner knew of jt family In
the city, far from here, where (here
he va nice :'inl hi'uuii nml wiole he
floated in a little pond of sravy !
"Now. wasn't my father tlie linky
one? 11' was ueil fur children who
had never known a Thatik-vivim; di'i
ner het'ore. And wi n ii't they Thank
ful? Oh. vetvn't tln-y happy! Sndi
a surpiNi- us my father Jave tlu-it.
stuh a nutd av he titmle fur fh. tn. etid
hnu happy the little pa!e eldldn-n were
that t!n re was a day Pi the three hun
dred and sixty-live set n!ile for
Thatiks'iv inu' and for turkeys!
"While ymi creatures in the harn-
J'ard '"t Ml lil.lOV of the -iMidieS left
from the Thiuiksi hit tuMe, so did
old 1 :;ti. the dnir. "et the l,otn s from
my father --iii h holies as he had nev
er heto.e taMed. Kvetl knew the
llieatiiui.' of the day "'
"We Were ho'h liht." Said Mr. ioh-
lder. "My fanner's children were
thailkf'll heeatl-e they knew they nev
er had to loin; f..r food. They nlways
had etiiiil'h. They iiever -weded to
Iiiiijt for fieh air and st place for play
In;.'. And tiny did not ui-h for -oine-IhltiK
they i'.ld imt have. So were the
family to whom your father went
thi iikfiil. Tiny were happy they had
each other and they Were delighted
t share your father and to have sti h
a meal and treat. For tin-in. too.
there was ThanksKMm: turkey. And
they talked of hotter days ahead.
"Yes." said Mr. Oobi.ler proudly.
'Thanks-glvlnc day Is well named a
holiday of jiivlnj? thanks because we
are eaien. Our fathers were eaten in
both those hoines the poor 'ami the
rich, and In both made happiness
equally urent. And so will we make
happiness In u very few days."
Hut back of Thanksgiving day. back
of the Idea that eating a turkey Is the
L'reat and important event of the day,
there Is something else. f, .
In lo'.'l the Plymouth colony In New
England set nside one day of thankful
ness thankfulness fr uhnt they had;
not for what (hey thought they should
have. They had known bard days of
selfdeiJal and struggle. Yet they
were thankful, for in a new kind they '
saw great things ahead, ayd.it Is our
duty to see that their hopes' were not
In vain. j
Thanksgiving day the day to give
thanks. Hut ure we to he thankful ou
one day only, and then return to three 1
hundred und sixty-four days of 'grumb
ling and of regret for what -we don't 1
possess? No! Let us have one day an
simply the first day of many, nmny
others In which we are thankful for ,
all we have. Not only for Mr. Turkey,
Combination Is Cood.
"We m ;st." says Ibiger Hudson,
'lave the ruttruge tu put merit before
v.-lfh." Hut don'l despise the two
u t.eii combine I. Huston Advertiser.
Autumn.
Now when the lime of fu:i! arid train is
opie.
When u.ie! hang utiove the unlarJ
null.
And from a tangle by the rua.l-ide stieaai
A s.t-ni of wild t;ra(s tills Itie i.n air.
i "oii.e Autuuiti with tier jiun-Kout
van.
Like a U'tiK u.y train with tiatp.nas
HaV
And lattereil colors of ti e i it-rit .
M'lVif.g stoVX -tooteil ttlMKlt. tue itiealllf
l.iiiK t
T!ie iveo.ls i. Wilton, at la ' 'iniiiiir wear
'lilts of Hokt'ira ami of S.i inai and:
The n.ile K low with tt.'.t l'ehiieian
led
Tlo- hickories with t.unit l-:tru.-au Kohl.
Aril while the rrlcketit fife atom her
' mareii.
Hehlnd her t.far.ners hums the orltnaon
sun
Oaimiin tn the Atlantic.
: Success of a New Remedy
i For Backache, Kidneys, Rheumatism
, t tM v. I.'t " I am a'.:il to tell what
lr. l'nr.-e's Anurii" ha done for me; it is
u line reine.lv. h ue been a rie.n suf
ferer with my kick itul hip for ears hut
Anurii-did w oinh r f. r me. I have taken
two tu,! ties of the til. lit- and tell ever.
onc wliat a yood m; dii iu- it Mi;'..
SrEII SlKl klllll. dl MadlSoli Sll'et-I.
I4l.f, It I . "This is to certify that I
have iitj the Anurii- Tablets lor kidiu v
trouble and ran truthfully say that tie v
hav-' ln-eii of ureal b.-tietit to me. I had
pains in my limits .it nu-dt su that I mul.t
not rest. Since I have taken the tablets
that is alt irone and 1 ant not disturU-1
i more than once u muht. I!e fore takiitir
Anurii' 1 had to net up three or four tin-.
1 think it. is a craml reined v. M iti t s
r. 1 1 vn.
NoTK : Kolks in town and adjoining
cotllltleii are llei)?lited Willi the lesillts
they have iibtaiiul by n-mg AM'Klf,
the newest. dieocrv ol Dr. I'ierce, who
is bead of 1,'ie lnvaiids' Hotel and Surg
ical Institute, in llulfalo, N. Y. Those
who Matted the day with a backache,
stiff les, arms and muscles, and an
aching iiead ( worn out belore the tlav
began because they were in ami out
of bed ball a dn,en times at night ) aro
appieciuting the pei led re.-t, colulort,
and new sir.netli they obtained from
Doctor I'ieii'e's Amine Tablet?, double
ctreiigth. To pro.,- that this is a cer
tain uiic acid f or, cut an 1 cuiupiers
bcadaciie, kidney and bladder diseases
and rheumatism, d you've never used
the Anurii;, t-jud Uu cettt.s to Dr. 1'ierce
tor a large sample package. This will
prove to you thai Amine is inaoy times'
more active than hthia in ehiainatin
uric. acid. 1 1 you ,.n a MiUoier, to to i
your t -- dritegist ;.o,l a k br , Mi, all
iiotl'f o' Aiicne.
You -sn Hear
With tht Atoujlicon
htu convrtulion ol yuui Irirmu.
Biuiic pvfry wniiul - jutl i.u
lurtitu t r (iuMnlr iliM yoj in
rrtum ilv A.oaiu-on t orrprw
without tta coititng you I cent.
Write at once for ten
day' fro home trial.
CENERAL ACOUSTIC COMPANY, 1300 Candler Bid., Hew York
ON FREE TRIAL NO DEPOSIT
-NO EXPENSE- w.!l
lend you a ntw Aroutticon.
Diii it the small miimmrnt
tli4t has positively enLlrd over
300,000 deal people to hrar.
DEAF
Get from your
dealer or from us.
Outfit consist of aa
Dura am Duplet Dauaine
liaiar with whit Ameri
can Iverr haadla safety
uard. trnnpini attach
mint an Durhm Du
Blat Bla.M, packxl in
eauiaa red leatam tut
Am 'Vyta- k.
Every reader of this
pper may secure;
paper may secure; .
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KCT : J I
Even Dan Knew the Meaning of the
Day. .
Children dy
FOR FLtTCHEft'S
CASTOR! A
Window Glass
Glass is going up almost every clay.
You had better look over your win
dows and see if any need repairs.
We carry a full line of sizes, single
and double thick; also glass for your
uito lights and windshields.
W. D. DUNCAN
Ottawa, Illinois.
ittwwm' m
Mr. Cobb'e, Cousin of Mr. Cobbler,
Had Begun to Speak.
ure no Imrnyimls and where there are
xtret'ts unit houses everyw here, Instead
uf hayllebls ami tut'iiilovvs and uuods'. !
J'he daildy of the family Imd once been I
a sellout fflelid of the t'tll'lllcl'. lull he j
luiti (tune to Ihe lly to live, ami he
had Inn! very hard time, lie, (ou
IiihI four children, hut their faces were j
pale, mid often, ofieii they had not ;
quite ns much to eat as they needed.'
My fiiilier turkey wus sent to this lam- I
ll.v." The turkey paused, gobbled I hive 1
ttinex, then In tmii to lulk tiuuln. .
"Ah, when my father tirrlved. there '
wan mch Joy! The four children
looked ut the feet peel.lni; mil of Hie
bor, und tlivl'e were some feathers left j
on Ms handsome leys and armuiil his j
neck, 'He has fur hoots,' ihey shoul-i
Hi, 'ami a fur collar, oh. what a lidi !
bird ke must have been I Isn't he ton
rich to eat?' I
"Tliey Milled him n rich bird they j
didn't know lie wan still itrcnter than '
it rich bird (inc of the turkeys of the
:rnt Tlintikslvlng (iy. n,t t1(,j,.
dtt.lriy tohl them Imw Mr. Turkey hud
come front the country, ttnd that be
would be conked find Would be eitleli
tluit tiny for their dinner ai hooii u
r
are a pleasant corrective that keeps vou in nood nhvsical
comlition. When the stomach is out of order, the liver nnf
working properly, or the bowels are sltieeish. a dose or twn nf
Heecham's Pills will have the desired effect. They restore natural
and healthy action of the bodily functions, and very quickly help to
fet National Sank
OOD
diction, pure blood and dear skin. Heecham's Pills are not a cure-all,
but a safe lemcdy that acts on the stomach, liver and bowels, and
through these important organs, tones and strengthens the general
lealtn. 1 liese world-iamous family pills prevent many common '
ailments, correct bilious conditions and quickly improve the
TION
At All Druggist, 10c, 25c.
Directions of uncial vaua to womtn an with tvry So
"Tha Ur( est Sale of Any Med icina
in the World"
OTTAWA, ILL.
Capital .
Surplus and Prolils
Stockholders' Liability .
Total
$150,000.00
288,330.00
150,000.00
$588,330.00
Member ol Federal Reserve Bank
U.S. Depository for Postal Savings
J.V " a v-'dvj'- : .f.;,:.''. v.x&;g'V:".i iL-m;
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LORENZO LELANU, Pres.
E. C. SWIFT. Vice Pres.
C. E. HOOK, Cashier.
LCRENZO LELAND.
OSCAR HAEBERLE.
OFFICERS:
O. HAEBERLE, Ass't Cashier.
FRED A. GERDING. Ass't Cashier.
EDWIN J. CASSIDY, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
CHAS. E. HOOK.
CLARENCE GRIGGS.
EDWARD C. SWIFT.
MILTON POPE.
FRED A. GERDING.
.his bank welcomes and appreciates your business, whether large or small. Yourrelf and 'rlsnds
are most cordially Invited to call and make yourselves at home whenever convenient USE our
WAITING ROOM. USE OUR PRIVATE ROOMS. USE OUR PUBLIC TELEPHONE tHEYRE
AT YOLR, DISPOSAL AT ANY TIME.
Rep3rt of Condition at the Close of Business Nov. 20, 1917
! Resources
Lon3 and diccounts, bonds, securities, etc.
United States Bonds to secure circulation
Other U. S. Bonds " "
Payment Account Sub. Second Liberty Loan Bonds
Banking House, Furniture and FiturJ3
Other Real Estate owned ..
Stock in Federal. Reserve Bank, Chicsfl
United States Revenue Stamps ,
Cash Due from Reserve and Other Banks $299,709.95
Due from U, S. Treasurer ... ! 7,500.00
Currency, coin and cash items 117,109.46
$2,480,316.60
150,00000
19,200.00
277,200.00
91.000.00
29,456.03
9,000 00
475.00
424,319.41
$3,480,967.04
Liabilities
Capital $ 150!000.00
Surplus
Undivided profits
National Bank Notes outstanding
150,000.00
138.330.00
150,000.00
De?&i't- 2.892,637.04
$3,480,967.04
Comparative Statement of Deposits
2. 1311 $2,129,357.82 Nov. 20, 1914. ...... .$2,371,157.79
Nov. 20, 1912 ..2,301,281.48 Nov. 20, 1515.. 2.502,360.19 '
Nov. 20, 1913 2.290,714.37 Nov. 20, 1916 ...2,636,622.33
Nov. 20. 1917 ..'. $2,892,637-04 '
Assets Oyer Three Million, Two Hundred Thousand Doilars
The first Trust Company
Of Ottawa. Illinois
Organized Under the General Laws of This Stale
CAPITAL, 850,000
OFFICERS:
LORENZO LELAND, President. EDWARD C SWIFT, Vice President.
CHARLES E. HOOK, Secretary. OSCAR HAEBERLE, Treasurer.
LORENZO LELAND.
CLARENCE GRIGGS.
DIRECTORS:
EDWARD C SWIFT.
OSCAR HAECESLE.
CHARLES E. HOOK.
MILTON POPE.
In drawing your will, make this Company your executor, or
trustee, or both.
1 This Company is authorized to act as executor, trustee,
guardian, conservator, receiver, and to execute trusts of every kind.
It is under the same management as the First National Bank
of Ottawa, Illinois.
We are under the supervision of the Auditor of Public
Accounts of the State of Illinois.
Want Ads The People's Market Place.
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