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OTTAWA FREE TRADER
Estabdahed IMt
OTTAWA JOURNAL
Cetabnahad 1U0.
FREE TRADER" JOURNAL
VOLUME i--NO.
. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. " I'll I DAY I) IX I'M It II II 7, 1917.
PKICE, TWO CENTS. :
UflB II lEILfflEl lliJ'flKHnilfl
. i
--4ktSUJ .
VISIT TO CHILDREN IS
SAID TO HAVE CAUSED
ASSAULT
Ill MS 510,000 HOMES j'f I
FROM SPOUSE WHO DliU HEn!
(ITTAUA'C I ADflD I Mi JLLJUiOvmLjS M W i; Hi" r.. V
iUFI) IMS WORK K 1 JIWH NJ: -IfiVTTJatr
iilu unuvu ii unit iu L-r-. i IS H r aw'5Kvi
LOSTAHT IS AGOGGIVEN RECOGNITIBNf
NATIONAL BODY GIVES LOCAL I I lfL- I . j I
ruiDTCD tuf nwi v nnniA nc I I JL.I -K V : jy U
, , rsi,..,.r...,a e,.. r-a -i r-7 n't Tr-", . - .. , ,
DRESSINGS ALLOTED TO SMALt.1 I S -'" vv At 6 HP RON"! It ' '- . f jr-' ' ' I
CITY-MEANS B.G TASK FOj gSft? J S (1 M
LADIES. -rs W'tfJS KLiV l'lliVl '5?3N
i M;r c.. not Dnnuco o'nnn
" 4 Vtil NSS W " " -,aH: Ill I. II 111 Mill II .1 . 1 I II II I
M ' ,f- MTdMK IUUAY
i ih nr--' i
IhkIv. wIid has called it i-1. 1 I ii J 1
, Greene in New York Telegram. ( j
suffered liy
slu- was as
Iht former
SENSATION IS SPRUNG IN CIR-
t
CUIT COURT WHEN MRS. LU-i
VANA SMITH FILES DAMAGE
SUIT AGAINST EX-SPOUSE. '
A ftn.Cmu .valuation for uu iilbgul
threshing elm received hits been
placed upon llic injuries
Mr. Luvonii Smith when
smilled by D. K. Smith.
husband.
Mrs. Stjiitli, whose ludcserctinii-i
with t'haiii'8 Itt-y imlijs, a wealthy res
ilient of Lostant, k'. it I lint, village
npon ttiih whispered iddiors. hite v's-
t'Tihiy afternoon filed milt
f i.'it
Ottawu'H liit in the ureal, lie I t roi.
work now omu on in Aineiii-.i s
lie a biK nniierlakiiiK, neeordi!!;: to
a statement kIvcii out today by one oM
;be ladies who is taking an aetiv
part in thin great undertaking.
Ottawa has the diehnetion of be-'
ing tlit! only small coy 'rt i'(T'
a 'l""tii f an.e dressings
national
failed
v m imw
BULLETIN
Washington, Dec. 7. The House this after
noon passed a resolutionfor war on Austria-Huh
gary. The bill now goesto President Wilson for
his signature.
Dec. 7. The senate this after-
on
i or
o t'lr-i"11' '''' l" furnish .",( spoiiges
t ntif ...... i...l!u..u .liit-tn. lw. nnvt
,. m . If III 1 'I i. nr.i n Killing u. ......
j.ikmg $in,ii("i noiu hrr e.-! .'
I ibiys.
nasault and battery. I t an
'fho only the praecipe whh tiled j
... . i. ... . .. i
niinirnur sonrces iraee, .Mrs. "niiin : j Ulr,j
suit to mi efdsode of August 111 la-d j.aVh:
!n an aiipeal lor Ouawa to uidiold (
its reputution of the past this stn'o-j
to the Tree Trader Joiirn." I j
w?n ii. iv. wns cnai'ei wiiii oeui
ftijr hl foriuer wife whiln she wnsjonj
otio of Ikt visits to their ehlldrHi j
who then, and are now, in his etistotU
'Mrs. Smith will elaini In lier bin t
of pnrtleitlnrs tlint she was Into th.i
law whm.Bhe went to I li-lr old liotne
to ifuther up Hotiir of Ikt IrinkeU uti'lj
wen ring nppnrrl nnd at Do- sdinr tin j
Nil itli bet three bildri 11 - Meii ,
now, aged !); (iiorgi;, aged tl. undj
Robert, ngi'tl . in the ilivoree d'fi'ri?
wbteh. by the way, wan granted to
SiuMJi on around oS Inlidelily, .it was
soerltied ); Jnrgn Kldrege that Mrs. j
Smttli could mil on her ollisprings hs 1
long an she made the visits belweeej
snnrisij nml sunsel. It was' while 'm ;
tlir net of taking iidvtintage o fthlsl
deerelal order that the alleged assault;
oeenreil. ' . i
To her eounsel-JtuK-e S. I". Pal!
of I.tl Stifle she recounted the tnaiiv!
things that baiipined while Kin- wit:- j
the victim of her husband rage. Shei
w ns given, aeeonlliig lo neiyhlitirs, the I
regular old fi.. shinned inutritnoiiirl ,
tronneing. ftiat. chocked, kicked, etc..
as tire -invariably expressed in di
vorce bills.
Following her experience she be
en rue sick and was forced to undergo
an operation for appendicitis, her af
fidavit to prosecute as a po;ir pemm
set forth, and alio ban not been tin
ttbb; to cam for herself since thai
time.
Mr. Smith was defendant In lite
sensational divorce proceedings in
which Reynolds, a wealthy farmer,
wan prominently mentioned as one
phase of the triangle. At the hearing
there whs mention of 8olllcuieiil.s be
tween ReynoldH and Smith, but noth
ing was Hate as lo what amounts
passed between the two men, follow
Ins the exposure, or Mrs. Smith's re
lationship with the co-respondent.
That there-was a settlement, the com J
lijalnnnt agreed.
The wire lifter admitting her mis-'
' conduct, butt she would follow tlo
straight nnd narrow, but Smith aver-;
red It was not very long mil II bej
again heard that Mrs. Smith and Key-,
nobis were be I tig seen together dm'
ini! hltf nbHCUecs front homo. He
then filed HUlt for divorce ntul was
grunted n decree July .". with the pro
vision that in Meu or iiliiinmy If l')
bis wife IO) in full of any ehiiim
she might have uguinst him. The ehil
(Iron were given to the Husband and
now are living al bin home. The
Smiths were married In Oilawa .him
2D,, VM. .
Smith Is n' reiilei nnd has a fart i
three miles fast of Loslanl. Whi'c
the divorce rase was not contested
th still filed hern by Judge 1 Im II
promise to re-open nil the oast Incl-,
HenlH that disrupted fhn .Stiillh honii'.!
All or Loahint Is lutvlng Its hearing;
nuparntUH net In Hhaptf to attend tltej
trial. To them n trip to Oltav.it villi
be worth while, when tho lironilnenae
of the people concerned In considered.
The ladies of Ottawa who have
folded the gauze dressings and tile j
members of Hie surgical dressing j
clauses of the Ottawu high school j
should reel highly complimented in 1
the gteal drive for surgical dressing 4
wihch is niiw on they have . been
railed upon lo furnish a Hitccial J
iiuiit.i. . '
Ou account of Hie cleanliness, act
curacy and excellence of the work;'
they have shipped Ottawa, the only I
auxlllMiy outside lite -Inrger cities' j
which is now on they have been
way. '
The ipiota for Ibis auxiliary is
fi.niui sponges and It.O'iu compresses,
wlticli must made during the next ;
ten days and be in Chicago on De
cember I '.oh that they may be drap- i
ped mid forwarded to I'rauce New
Vi iii'h Day.
These are new dressings nnd are
easy to fold. The Instructors are '
at the looms at tho limit school
and are prepared to assist any om
wishing to aid in the cause.
At a conference held in Chicago
at the l.a Salle Hold Thursday
Miortilni:, Mrs. Class, head of tho
surgical dressing department ol
this division of the American lied
Cross asked thai the American
women bear in iitinil the sacrifices
the Knglish women are now iitiili-ing-
somc who before I he w ar nev
'er fasted their own' selves are en
gaged in field work, others are in
the imiii it fun factories.
Why' should miV the American
women forego their Christinas pre
parations this season and aid in re
lief work? This drive Is being
made for one of our soldiers.
Don't let Otlawa fall behind in
her quota.
TWO ARE ASSESSED BROTHERS F 0 U H D AIR GLRIS PLACED
Washington,
noon adooted the resolution declaring war
Austria-Hungary after unexpectedly brief de
bate. The measure would
IALIFAMIiy;srK'?5
; iior giunc, vnau man vi wi.y.
Relations Committee, insisted that a
record vote be taken. '
j Not a vote was east against tho war
! resolution. ' -'
The record stood seventy four lu
I nothing. All of the vaeH'sHc groups
, ! present voted for the resolution. Sen-
SWFFPINr CFiRfH BFINP. MADE ! a,0r ,,U Wa ,lot ,U 11,0 tham"
SWEEPING SEARCH BEING MADE j t&m n,s
TO FIX RESPONSIBILITY FORirlgh hand man, Senator Grotnma, o!
YESTERDAY'S HOLOCAUST N"rt Dakota, voted for Iho rcsoltt-
I tlon. however.
MILLIONS IN PROPERTYLOST. '
Vardaman for War. .-
Just before the roll was called Sett
Halifax, Nova Scot's. Dee, 7. At i afor Vardaman, of Mississippi, tot
least
in yesterdny'a disaster, according
latest police estimates this afternoon.
HEAVY FINES WKEN FEEBLE MIIIDEDilB CITY BAH
TRIED B Y-1 ME
STUTTERIN6 ' NEGRO MUST PAV
$200 FOR ' STEALING BFTASS
FROM POOL HALL AUSTRIAN
WHO BERATED U. 8. IS FINED
LIKE SUM.
MARSEILLES MEN ARE ORDERED j
COMMITTED TO LINCOLN SEN-'
EC A BOY PLACED IN DETEN.
TION HOME ON MOTHER'S REQUEST.
1 i a i .1 iL.l i. . ......U
three thousand lives wero lost nQr ana annouiu-cu ui oo u
give his whole heart auo support p
Debate in the Sonato on Hi
war resolution occupied on hour, bWjf
five Senators making speeches. fi
speed with which the tncasur c1at,
io I
rue war.
Hut as tho hours pass the honor of
the cutustrophe grows it Is possible
that this estimate may be exceeded
at ths est male may be exceeded. ' . . ., ...... , I,
i ... .ui. i .1,1,. r,. thru cmphasmcs the unity of tn J.
.... , ,. ... . ate behind the a diuruTsl ration. -.
Rvpni mm
noon that it will be many days before ;
an neeurate entltnate of t lie death m
proved a
lo .linl;:i
co-l-Ceo.
Yesterday afh rnoon
ly peripd lo "visitors'
' Ivoenig's court. In the short, space or
time alloled (hem for hearing two
men were given 1 o huniln
i lines mid hustled back
jail to serve them ou
Two brothers. Taut and Joe Den
ning, of Marseilles, today are on their
way to Liiu-olu, where they will be
come patients at the state school for
feeble minded. At hearing in .fudge
Mayo's court the brothers, one of
whom is 111 years and the oilier US,
,j,,l;n. i were lonnil lo le it menace to no
lo He. counlv community in winch they lived and
as wards of
FREQUENT COMPLAINTS
BRING WRATH OF CHIEF EUR
ICH AND HIS FORCE UPON THE
HEADS OF OFFENDERS.
insti-
the county.
Henry Jackson.
was the first to
carpel. Jackson,
' would not penult.
I any two words
given u chance to plead
were ordered committed in Hi
' tuiioit at Lincoln.
i slnlicring negro. ! "onl w'"1 lllis f t'fliclioii no official
be called, onlo tlte : 'S,,'IIS ',V('I',' t ; 1 - t lo have them do
whose afflict ioiC etared feeble minded unlit yesterday,
him to connect iii I Complaints coming in that, they were
I I . ! . .. I... I.. I
lillie VSaS " '"eiliiet- fiuini'll liriltMl ill m- liineii
He grasped' 1,1 llilu' Hiein taken away.
at one
I
MRS. NELLIE DOWNEY
WEDS THOS. WALSH
Mrs. Nellie llcedy Downey nid
Thomas Walsh, a well known otlawa
couple, were iptlelly married tihortly
i tier o'coloek Wednesday evening
at St. I'atriik's church by Father
Hacketl. They were unattended.
The brido was prettily gowned in
a lighl gray taffeta, silk dress with
lial lo match. After Jhe cerei ioiiy
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh wetil to Co
home o l he bride's mother, Mrs iirid
gel lieedy, IniM Chestnut si reel,
where i hey will remain until t'ft'.'r
the holidays, when they will f-o lo
housekeeping.
Alls. Downey has beeu eni'i' iyel
for several years ns a eiern at tin
l.necv dry goods stori
j at the offer but. his tongue would iml
1 serve him at Hie curcial moinenl and;
I ..II.. i. In. I....I vn, Iii .in,) 1,1,, u ii I, ml I
ii'iiough sir to inllate an army balloon
j while trying to 1st art bis "you bonah"
sentence, the court took it tor grunted
lie wus hopelessly trying lo say
; ''g-g g-gii-gu-gul-gui-111 tl ." and was
i assessed damages at the lion mark.
Jackson was arrested Thursday by
Deputy SherllT Arthur liarrdt who,;
after trailing him to a downtown feed
stable saw him untie a bundle of
dollies from which he extracted I wo
large pieces of brass. The brass for
merly served as Keln: llros. name
plates and were worth originally
nboiil X Kor Ihelr old metal tlu v
had a value of $ 1 .00 and were st de:i
from the Madison street pool hall,
Jackson Is an itinerant negro who
catne here from Chicago In ipiesl of
employment, making hl.( homo lu,l.h"
dark.Vy settlement of Sot.th Ottawa.
Foreigner Assessed ??0n.
On the eve of America's ileclara )
Hon of war on Austria Hungary Jus-i
lieu Koctiig was not wilHny lo ahow
any clemency toward Antone Zicilriehi
n subject of the dual inonarchy. when j
he was brought, before him nominally;
on ii disorderly conduct charge hill '
In reallly for a I tuck lug ihe American'
govi I'ltincnl. lie admitted be had said
souielhiiit's In a l.a Salle saloon thai.
Mr. WalVi Is! wi'1 "ol appropriate at this lime nudj
Scncea Boy Dependent.
Walter (ircen, a Hi year old Seneca
boy. is u resident al the detention
home, where he was ordered housed
by Judge Mayo after a hearing for
dependency in the County Court. The
boy's mother is Mrs. Clarti (Irecn. who
was forced lo surrender her boy thru
Inability lo properly support biiu.
hi her claims lo (ho court Mrs.
Creoit loldj how her husband, Joseph
(ireen, deserted Imt two and one-hulf
years ago, since which lime sue nasi
hail hard limes trying lo keep her in,,
Death warrants of air guns and
rifles were signed today by Chief o'
I'olice George Enrich and hiti ener
getic assistant, Miss Luutila Aushcii..
iFreipicnt complaints Unit boys are
Illegally shooting birds and using
'Ihelr air rides too proiulselously for
I safely in the residence sections, to-
day brought an order from the chief
! to arrest all users or these "eountra
band arms."
I "I will arrest any boy or youth who
ds caught using an air rifle or anv
, other dangerous arm in Hie city line
', ils," said the chief to lire Free Trader
Journal, "and furlherinore. I will pros
, eciitc him to Hie limit.
"The stale and city laws are very
j specific ill this regard and Hie In
j ipn nl. violat ions rcjiorled to bend
ipiarlcrs will bo traced down und the
offenders prosecuted. The law pro
jhiblis the use of lirearins and air
rifles and certain sections report tlint
the "harmless" little weapons are itp
peuring freipietitly on the streets of
lute.
"Miss Ausseiu has been elisled in
iiMin bo made. Scores of persons were
1 lil.iu-n In tifi!iiu imi! titi.fl H fii'llt if in :4
practically Impossible.,
Several hundred persons are miss
TMiig and ace believed to have perished,
! but they have not yet been Included
! in the casually list.
An urea of more I ban two stpiin
miles is In waste and the proper!'
i loss runs into tho millions.
As soon as conditions have iti'i
i proved a searching investigation wtli
be made to llx the responsibility for
I ho collision betw een the French mu
nition ship carrying high explosives
j and the Norwegian relief ship loiua.
Now "City of Ruins."
Halifax, N. S Dec 7. - Halifax, the
! chief naval station of llrilish Norl'i
'America, Is today "tin: city or ruins."
Tlie terrible explosion of yesterday
iwlien the Mont, i'.hinc, a French tntiii.-
Hons ship, was rammed by the Into, a
lielgian relief steamer left in itr
wake a sniggering picture of death
ami destruction.
More Hutu 2,uimj men. women ami
children are dcud. Hundreds are '
iu.g from injuries and the number of
those receiving injuries of less lfipn-l
cannot be computed at Ibis hou".
Comparative Disasters.
How Hie Halifax catastrophe eon.
pares in loss of life with other dis
asters. l'.tU--Monte I'olee volcanic tciid
Hon. 10,0011 lives lost.
HnC Iroiiuols theater lire. Chicato.
lives lost.
I'.mt -Sinking of steamship (ieucril
cuinpaign nnd slie will use
every ! Slociim in Kast river. New York, 1.1'M'
son properly elollu'd, and fed ami to i means at her command to bring about
educate hint. arrest, of all ooyu caught with air
A temporary commit uieiit was or-: gnus lu their possession," be added,
dered by Judge Mayo, while efforts! .
are netng mane to lino waiter a. p
inatieiit. home with some
family.
lAiim Dihipucn dv
deserving "U I W rmvtiuu ut
INTERURBAN CAR
lives lost
l!Kl Karl lupiaki.
1,000 lives lost,
' 1;m8 Mcsidna earilio.unkc,
lives lost.
at San Fruni.itto
"iiu.irMi
House Divided Over Rule.
! in tho House ucprescntative nooa s
. proposal of a iiuanituous consent
agreement lo vote on tho war resolu.
Hon nt 5 o'clock this afternoon failed.
Members could not reach any com-:
moil utiderslanding as to the division
m a k a t .1.1. A M JH
ot mo time lor general neuaic anu
debate under the five-minute rule. T
Kepresenlative I'Viss, of Illinois, Re
publican member of tho Foreign Af
fairs, Committer, came out square));
for tlie 'resolution
Caoture Monte SiacmJl.
Fieri hi, Dec. 7. Austrian-Hungarian
forces lighting with tlie Germans lit'
Northern Italy have captured Mouto
Siiicinol by storm, the war office nti
iiouiiccd this arteruoon. Tlie war of
fice claims the capture of four thou
sand additional Italian prisoners,
bringing the total number taken by
the invaders since the new offensivij
l was launched on Wednesday up Lu
! I'.JliO,
Rome Claims Victory,
i Koine, Dec 7. Six heavy attack
'were launched by (he Austro-Ortuan
! forces against the Italians at Moute.
Siaciuol, hut all were repulsed witli
severe losses tin- war office reported
this afternoon. .
! When the Teutons had been beaten
off, the Italians began counter at
! tacks and a number of assaults were
delivered.
; The advance of the luvaders in that
district was cheeked the statement
! continued. Kefore the assaults had
bent administered in this sector, the
i Italians were forced from the uioun'
i tains, which AtcitroOrrman force3
j occupy.
Roumanians
London, Dec.
-Sinking of Titanic, l.fiu.t lives
MICK STORE MENACED :
BY BASEMENT FIRE i
Caught between an eaie 'hiurui
in
Interior Italy,
I HI.
! lost.
I ! 1 1 Sinking of nteamuhip lCinp
reus or Ireland in St. Lawrence river
in'.cr- (,7 nves lost.
ui-lfi) n ear and a machine da' had v.U'e-F.iirih'piako
been packed in front of the Cobnbl poo lives lost.
i reslu it ra ut, Nevoy Slrnwn Iml a ntir-1 'fjHfi Torpedoing
Fire that, started in an ash or raw escape from injury lust ii'l-'ln , ijyx lives lost,
the Carl Mick plianniicy caused a f w , wlien his Cadiiac roadster vu ihnu-j iyir,Sinking of
inlniiles' scare lo occupants of Ii old aged. fin Chicago river
ings near the corner of Main an I !.ih
Halle lit reels this morning, 'fin
llamcH wen discovered by Mi. Mie'ni
prop
Salle
ie'.'ir
si I eel
ol a snloon ut
BRICKTON EMPLOYE
INJURED ON HAND
Grandmas Not So Old.
Esther sated tons Hnd enroestly at
tW picture of , be-enpped and be
spectacled little old lndy thut headed
hut readlnr lepson. "Miss Brown,'
wild, -onderiugly. at lost, "they
tfott't ifl pfowtbera nearly 'no
'f s M tliejr uaod to, do
t
John Schargl, III Nebraska stre-t.
received u cut on his Index linger or
his right hand while wotving tit 'Melt
ton this afternoon shortly iificr t
oclock. lie was removed lo the I'y
burn hospital nnd Dr. I'. J. Cluec was
cnllod to dress his hand, after which
he wits hble'to rclunt to his liowe.
IjL'I i oruereu to pay nwi or lay in jau
j unlit I'nclu Sam was ready lo handle
! bin case
' Zii'iliich Is tho man who said he
1 would not, sirve in the Cniled Slates
Army and before he wotiltl permit
himself to bo enlisted he would cut
his own throat. Ills threat was over
beard by nnturiillxed eounlrynien who
who wastetl no lime culling 'i c I"
part.inenl". The blaze was extinguished before
any great amount of (iiiuuige w.is
done. The store building was lilied
with smoke nnd some loss was cans 'd
I the slock.
Hot ashes thrown Into tho box ire
blamed for the Incipient, conflagration,
lit took the firemen only a few nilii
I utes to extinguish tho blaze.
When the car started to
Columbus street curve .Mr
machine w as pinched In b e ween
and the other auto. Tho fonder wns;
badly bent but the auto vvtm n')l,! lo '
run on its own power.
of Lik.itauiu.
Kasllatid steam"!
HI 2 lives lost.
tna.ie toe j mi;. .Munitions pinni, explosb ,n hi
nln,wll ,i Aiistriilla l.iMMt lives lost (nin onlir'ii-
ed).
I'll"-Dul'ont powder plalil. "Xpl
sion. Cliestcr, I'a., 112 lives lod.
December, 11)17 Fxplosiou at
fax, 2,nm) lives lost I ostiuiaioP
lln
TAX AMENDMENT
REFUSED REHEARING
BY SUPREME COURT
ROACH ESTATE HAS
$400 CLAIM VS. R. I.
at Armistice.
'.--The Itouiuaulau
j government participated In the armlj
tiee negotiations on the eastern front.'
i An official telegram ncknowledgini.
i Koiitnania's part in (he negotiations
was received here todny.
j Hostilities have been stibpetidcd all
I alone; the eastern and Itotiinanlaa
' lYcl... :
nlri.Atlarlt al LemS. '
London, Dec. 7. In the sector vt
the Searhe river south of Lems tltc
tbniuan urtillery bus Increased
.-ii ii iiiiii.i i inir to great vinlciiee, the war,
' olllee atinouueed today.
Another respite in the bntilo of
Caiubral whs reported. The only .1i
tivliy on this front during the night
was canted out by raiding parties and
. patrols. ,
are now loyal to Atlicrlr-a and they re
ported Ibe case to the police. A Theory.
llinlon Clabaugh's ollleu Is looking! Vox?, my thnl the rmMon the fruh.
up Urn man's record and ll. Is inorej 1 elmus- o frenuently Is that they
than likely he w ill be taken charge orl''" HMntf to elude omi of the popli
by govcruinent opertitlves before m?" "f" fDwu them.--T!oston
term ,cxplrc. jTrrnwrlpt,
u A claim for uu dn mages trjti.t-.nl
Sprlnglleld, Dec. 7. Tho ytnuv Su tho Hock Is'.tiad has been tiled :i- t
nrenii! Court today ref'.'sed to -uyiitl most Ihe etii,ri, estale of WUHnui
it ichenrlng In the case of lh" IVuple
vs. Lewis (l. Stevenson in wtilm it
wus decided at the last Italy Ihnl tho
proposed tax amendment ui Hi.' ttnte
eoiiHtitutlon was del'ented nt t!iu 'nut
general gloxtlou.
Uoach, who met death al. I'liea Aug
ust 7 last. A petition io luimlistrpte
has been hied In! Hie Probate Court.
The deceased's brothers, sisters,
nephews und nieces, will shier the
f orj if tho claim is proven.
Hand Plow Built Frem Bleyc'e. ,
A fnruicr In California had no hafttl
plow, io be proeerded to luiprols
one. ay!) the Popular Selonee Month
ly. The body of Ihe plow be mad
from nu old bicycle frame. The M
cycle handle bar wa taken off, turned
backward onil et solidly In the rraaM
The wheel wom tnken from a large gat
valve. The plownhnre la ottnehed t
Hie frninc by n tJ-bolt. ;

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