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OTTAWA TULL; TltAlLlf-JOl'JLNAL.
PAGE F6G
TfiUHSOAV. AfHiL 1 1. lild
5,,
rHE FREE TMDE8-J0URNAL
125 West Miln Street
rart TBinni..!M!Ruii PT.1 pn
ihu I imutii - vuwiinnu i iui wtfi
Publisher!.
TERMS:
on yesr tn adranee, by cnr-
failv. Mr wek. by rarrU r
Dally, on ye:r tn advance, hy mail.. J'
Yfttiy, ons yar In advsncu ! '"
Entered cs second clas nuiter Nov.
JO, 1316, at the postoffice at Ottawa,
fit., wider the Act of March 3.
Th Free. Trader-Journal may be
found at the news depots of Wheeler
Halo, Kneussl Fros and Megaffin's
Cigar Store.
rNIO.NjIbiTLABEO
THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 19!3.
THE GERM SPREADER
Th enemy
look innocent
He may h tv;
Inn aeU are
is iimont; u. lie may
Imi he is u ,uiihe pori!
liil evil iiiiem. und y
hostile ami murder ms.
te sealters deiiih iiiiioiik in no 1' -
Riindy than a 1'riissi.ni nir-r;iidT It.uuH
IliR a defenseless eiry. And his me
thods are more insidious t la: n ilio-e
of the oir-assasMii. and his weapon
more deadly than explodiiip; !omi)s.
He is Ihe careless man. woman or
child who scatters disease petals J v
promiscuous roiiphinn. sneezii'K aul
wpittinff.
The drive is on. The perms, like
the German, crippe. pneiiinoni i, mi
bereulosis and (he resi marshall all
their forces. Kvery sufferer is a cui
helcliini? disease as a German hauery
belches shells. At home, at friends
houses, in street ears, in railroad
trains, in oflices. in ehur h. in sch.io!.
in lodge meeliiiR. wherever human he
iiiKR coiiKrepate, the invi.siliN' peril,
lurks.
And it's such an unneeessaiy peril,
If people would only keep thejr coughs, j
sneezes and salivary secretions to
themselves, there wouldn't he any of .
these epidemics. There would only '
he sporadic cases, dying oui wiili !
spreadinc. And that would mean an
inealciiahle navinir In comfort, energy, !
efTifieney and human life.
The army medical corps pays that j
nearly all Ihe sickness and deaths in (
our new armies have beer, caused by j
"respiratory diseases," such ait pneu- j
monia, measles, mumps, diphtheria,;
meningitis, influenza and tubciculoMK.
All these ailments are communicated
In the same way, by the transfer of
nasal anil mouth secretions. The
sickness rate in all our military camps
would be cut to a minimum, they nay
if the soldiers and the general public
would only stop careless cough iiiR.
) sneezing and spilling. And so could
the sickness rale in every communi
ty. t
It would be literally equivalent io
a great military victory, or the rais
ing of a great army, if we'd all stop
the ai.W .pfiu'Uce of coughing and
sneezing into other people's faces and
spitting germs all over the neighbor
hood. TOURISTS NOT WANTED
Fati'opean touring is, naturally, tit a
low ebb. -There will not be any sort
of rush to ihe Old World litis year on
Ihe part of pleasure-seekers or curl-osity-monRcrs,
for Ihe very good rea
son that would he travellers will find
every step beset wiih difneuliiies.
Passports are required, and our
government has Ioiir ceased Issuing
passports to people who cannot show
good reasons, of a business or mili
tary nalure, why I hey should crass tho
Admit ic. If I hey succeed in gel ting
across by some pretext, or oilier, Ihey
are likely to meet vviih coolness, sus
picion or hostility unless their er
rand is obviously a legitimate one.
Small as the iouiM trallic has be
come, there Is si ill too much of ii to
suit our European friends. An Am
erican correspondent in Park, reports
that that c.iiy is finding H
If burden-Ull(
ed by the presence of Americans
whose business is trivial or has noth
ing to do wilh the war. II is much
the same In London and other allied
capitals.
The nations are In grlru earnest
about the war. and need all their re
sources for it. They want to. be hos
pitable to all Americans, but they can
not help resenting die sharing of their
food, lodging, nan; port at ion. etc., wiih
people who have no just claim to
them.
Most. Americans of leisure, much
a -
they would like to visit the
zone, appreciate Hie situation,
w'" i
ob''
the dlclates of patriol ism and Rood
taste, and make no effort io ho nhroml. i
.
OCT! CPT KICM CUnill n I
ul.uiwi mils OllUULU
HAVE TEETH TESTED
Springfield, April ' L Select men
of Illinois not yet culled should have!
their tetth cxunilned by a demist, if
they are unable io tiny for necessary
dcnt'il work the onernmeui will havej
Jt do'ie free of charge. ;
Such Is the urisf of an order sent !
to all drufi boards In Illinois, it ,ie. !
dares tho registrants should upplyj
to their local exempt ion boards If
without funds to pay tor the work and
a card will be given ihem to a dentist
who will do the work tree gratis. i
,
If you uvo lost aovthtng vott can !
And it by advertlslnf In tL Free Trad. I
r Journal
---... .,..
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JOSEPH RIEGEL. OLD SOLDIER
IN ADMISSION TO CORONER
PRAISED VICTIM'S BRAVERY: IN
TEARS. KISSES FLAG.
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tf':i!
hi
a
na:l
!ielli ai.-n. ,i'
y niori'iim and
.l.-iaH-.
He .vi
Io a lioo-eii
I,-
ci 'le
ruoii U i iiit
his army s
t;t-t! I'rai;' r'
- ol i
r tee
h.llel
title. pre-1 ite w 1. n li
.- hiei. lli.it :i'
;i:id wi!i t. !i til-1
enrol, cr vvh.i
story follow -:
"I va.- in a
o'. leek when
and lolil ;ho
the il.ne. Hi
r i
li.-
aloin ar .i
a o!ie. It:. 1 1!
(.roiirietor io
I ; i
( a :e
.. elo
h.'al a
' a,'
lit o.
-ai.i
tin
and
eei
(ielllKlll spy ill j.l'l
liis crowd nil ihete.
Main arid ( enter m '
I lie!'
u j s ;
)! ti
all w.
T!,ei-
u a.-
a cru'iid on the lornrr. Some of rn m
.-aid: 'Lets l'ii en and u e I'.itn.' and
we wen! oa til tlie ci'y ha!!.
Cell Visited.
"The may or came "tit am! made
sjot-eli. uraini: us to -'o away. He
said the man was .cone. 1 -.aid I ilid
n't li' lieu' him and showed him in?
army discharge papers lie told me
to come on in ami see I will! in and
the crowd followed.
"If we had found the man in the
ceil we wouldn't have Im it tiered him.
It made us Mire that the mlh e had
sneaker! him away. We ilecidt d io
look asain.
Victim Kissed Hag.
' Wishy Keaver and I went into the:
teller, and leaver found him hiding
in a pile of ties. We grabbed him "
and led him oat Another man held
one of his unns, and Heaver picked j 4
up the lias and marched ahead. The 1
other num and I led him all ihe way;
to the tree."
Kieii was u.si.ed If the mob stojii'ed
street cars and automobiles and i-hovv-ed
Prajter to tho ocmanis, and if
they made hint sins; and kiss the Hag.
as ha:l been rcpoittd. "You're damn
rltibt we did." be said. "And every.
time he kissed the (lag he had tears
in his eye-, as big as your fiat."
In describing turlber details. Rieu'd
siiys several boy:-; nulled ihe rone
thai swung the victim from Ihe
ground. Ho was lln;ii lowered and
asked to tell the names of bis tonfed
crates, He refused.. Then someone tied his
hands. Itiegel said he was drunk and!
he might have done it himself.
"He was the bravest man I ever saw
in my life." Riegel said "lie never i
shed a tear except when he kissed the!
j flag and he did not once beg for;
; mercy or ask us to turn him loose."
Riegel is married an ', has one (liild.
DEFENSE COUNCIL TO
FURNISH FARM HELP
Spritiiiftcld, April 1 1. --Farmers or
llinois, do y on need l.ihoi? If so gel
in comiiiunica! ion with ihe Farm La
bor Administration of the Stale Coun
cil of liefeiisc hi Chicago. They have
enrolled hundred-, of men lor faun
wot k.
All men accepted are examined by
a board ronaiMing of piaejieal and ex
perienced farmers. They ,-ee to ir
that, none ate booked unless they
l:aw the necessary eualilicat ions. In i
addition each applicant is i las.- Hied
so thai th" siockuiau. tip- grain far-;
in i t or Ihe dairyman will each get ihe
(lf ,,,,, i, t,,,,,,!.
Roy C. I'.ishop, slate farm labor ad-1
niiniHtrator also extends the welcome'
of men seeking farm work to nppii'.
They should make application, he savs
ii;her lo the county adaiini-d rate; s
or appear in person lo die examining
hoard in Chicago.
DICKSON LANDS
ILLINOIS TROOPS
Springi
Id. lil . II Adiinanl Gen,
Frank S. Inekson s high in his praise
,.- 1 1 1 i I , i , i . - ',, i 1 ,1 .i re i , i-.e, n e, i i i i in Vn
other siaie in th,'' union has ,. heller
umi . m,ys,
Heidte t1(, icderali.atioii of the old
guard nnd calling away to service nf
!, ,,,...... i,a!
iriiseil nlmost tis large a guard as the
I tie lielnri . It has II. Uili) Members mid I
rifinti-nis and seven mlllia reserve!
regimen: Moi.i of ibcHe pre fully!
epolppcd and I rained. '
The new guard was organized tin
'er a plan fosiered hy die Slate Coun
cil nf Defense with Lieutenant Gov
ernor John G. Oglesby lis their head
Remarksble "Apology.
An iitloriii y uddrcssed tin- eoiiil as
"gentipm,-n," instead of "your bun
"is," after Ik? bad concluded n
lirothcr of the Imr reminded hmi of
Ms error, lln Itutuedlmely rosu and
HpuluglzPd tints; "Muy It plcine the
court. In tlui bate of debute I cnlicd
yer honors senileiueri. I nunte tt nils-
j take, yttr botiois, und liuuibly apolo
I lUs."
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for phy-(
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c.vm'v and .Vitre-.v '. !
iri.i i-oucty. The Litter's
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salary at '!' ,
in -into f-r.
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hu:ii r.mi
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on. Tex. Six
here - all fruai
Ue.'ere an tfi-
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lire. :i
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ite- er'uin
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U'Th ttifatu v
i, l.'ioih Inf.uiiry
I.'.
1 1 U-hai. M In
iii'ry; anil
- W K Hoinvi!!...
. M'.M Itif.tn-tho-.-
wii. fail-
try. Tioy are aaiui;
o d' mw the ot!ietr;' s.-hool ; Fort
Sim Hon, roti. The tinfaivin-s.-, charge
i!i-ird. it I'eintr s:f, ifie si were
tl-et I'lii'l.l'ed against hy ill o "lie; irs
who ji.iv.-il oth, rs Ji.ss V
r hy in ex-
,i"i in..; ions
o -
r.i:ii ('.ran'. IJockfor.l. li!. I
V.r.ip:
(Jr.in now looks like a larue o:rhern
i''.uoa;ion Of tMe more than two
r: iisand men las; i a arrive m arly all
v. ni'uroes from the t'ar,..iitias and
Oginia. They are- a i heerfnl look
t't,' lor. For !,io.;t of i lit in the trip
lei!'P Wa- :lie Hi,; ii!M). :Ju.y l,t, fVer
ero-seii tin. Mason-Divie hu,.. Cnri
oiiy shown on iheir faces. They wor
overalls and -loiieh hais. steppiii
away proudly in their match io :h
barracks, breaking into iheir own
peciili.ir songs hefc-re half of ;he dis
'ttee Was traverse.!, Af( er the ctts-
to:n.
try i wa weeks iiuarauiine to pre-
vent a
disease
I'or-silta' spread of contagious
th men w ill i.e issued uni-
forms and
bogin 'heir drilling to li;
:he;n for the sireniious campaign of
war agaiiiM the Huns in France.
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RANSOM.
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Wilfred Sesuin was a Tuesday Chi- i
cago passenger. !
Mr:-. Mahaffey of Kinsman spent tiia
forepa.t of tho week with her dangle
let.
It
Mrs. V. ,1. Seguin.
(' Alien's moil er. who has been
visiting hen
returned t,, ,r llim; in
MiHord
Mr?. Nellie Messinh ,,f Santa RilP.
N". M h visiting her father. .1. C. Im
haii. aiiil sister, Mrs. Raibb-y.
Rev. T. Meckel f Cleveland. Ohio,
editor of the Chii-tliehe liotseh, left
for his home, after spending a few
day visiting Itev. Mellner and wile.
The Ransom High School pupils
will present 'The Mechant of Venice"
Saturday evening, April .'11.
Antonio Clarence Sullivan
Hascanio, his friend, suitor to Portia
less Richards
Giataino. in love with Nuirissi
r-Mw. Sulberg-T
l.auio-i lot f lobl-s, van!
Harold Pimple
Tubal, a friend Silas Moahs
I hike, of Venice ...Fverett Sulzberger
Mrs. tiobbs Mvelyn Sulzberger
I'm!', Scl.weigenhaiighenbleuinen-
lAii"f, an X-.'a' pholngiaplier. .
Frank Hag";
1'i.liet man . ,
I'oriia. rich h
Nuri.-.sit ....
J' ssii a. ward
Mi-,. Thr.edi
l-.'rwin Kciz
eit'i'ss Ida Geheber
l.yla Miller
M. Allen
n. 'choolina'am
H. (le.-cliwind
Vida Wrigiit
Polly, maid .
Anioiiio's ioil
Win. Itakei
Willi he two
who were call
(n Monday
pie a s.si mt-lod
er iiua alker
and Stephen I'ellins
boys from our village
d to die colors,
evening about 1"" pe l
at tin' ball, when Will.
Pak
The
and Stephen I'edin were guesis,
evening was spent, in various
amusements. At lb: :1b
lunch was served .afier
M." S. Gildea in a few
a delicious
which ReV.
well I Il0 I'll
words pror-fiA, ihe boys widi
i'.ary watch as a i ero-inbranee
i niil
fro'U the people of Allen Township. Tile (
W. R. C, an settled tlioin with a com-!
tort kit.
The Albn Towiirl-lp Improvement
Club will Meet ill thil illume ball on
Thursday, Afil !l. at o'cloi-k. Mr.;.
..! C. Curry of Siren tor and other
speakers will be there and speak on
National Defense.
Mis-i Janet Herbert spent the week
In Chicago wi:h lir lather.
Miss Fva Miller spviit tlie week end
ai Long tPoiint wilh her nKter, Mrs.
Kinsey.
Among the Strenior passengers
la' w.VK i-i'( Airs. li. Miisnerger,
Mis. lierg. Mrs. F. Gordon, Mr.t. .1.
Daniler, Misses Carolyn Psley, M.
Casey, I'.eldia Stephe. i
Mrs. .1. Kelly of Ottawa nieni par'
of l;int week wlht her mother. M.S.
Milvihill.
LOCAL MARKETS .
Springs, per lb., I'Uc.
Snips, pet4 III., Lie.
old Roosters, per lb., inc.
I Ml( ks, 'per lb., 2"e.
Goere, per lb., IV.
Turkeys, per lb , "1c.
P. S. Iimter, per Fl, 21
P.uiter, fresh country, per lb..
'renin, per lb., l"c,
Kkrs, strictly fresh, per ilox.,
!8c.
J. H. WALKER ARRAIGNS
MEN WHO WON'T HIRE
THOSE OVER 45 YEARS
JH-nngfie!.!, in.. .v.Tli
h re.'.i.; t, .it..., ,,-
sin it that iliey- hu' !:
live vear nf - .
I ' Kill:
I. w!l.'-i
,,, r. :
wr are
.ru -f -
ou'y
."MTV
sca.h-
inely denounced bv J.
e !l V,i!Li r.
', S .i F '1
s :.o: r-r.; -i
isiut .isaiOst
it ; a i riiiie
I'M-side-nt of the I'.l'l;
ration of I.aiM.r. Ir
vtiiu against the m.
humanity, he sav i
against the n.ni.. '
Some eoritoraiioi!.-. i
- f.l't M th'1
it ij.' a. re ioriy
,r Mr. Walkor
u ir.ii-ly i" our
IH.-itiou thit th.
num a ituy'.-i work
e;ws of ape or
declares. "This is
, maist ; it (g inhuman darirt
. tinis and some u-k -hoi'id
to prevent such a i rime !
norma.
.1 he taken
leinv: com
i- o' ear
niitteii asamst r!i. c-t
i country "
Mr. a!ker furt'a ; ;d the
men: yhuitt,! roe'i-.ie !.!.
.to!'o :y
,lf Silth t tliplov,!- i,!id o. ef..f
. tiaritig th jai, ini. tcin: the
i as war profiteers at.! ,-it. ms
', toveniineiit.
i !i, in
l.eaos
:o the
WHAT THE WISE GIRLS WANT
Perfect Health, Crtc Fejtur and a
Clean Skin Leve Very L'tt!e
to Worry About.
!' i-
1 1
t.iali
I i.e l. iv '. i
at.oltl lief- Il
IVftisipj l'ii
i i'leliiii-.:
,:':rt some
-'le d'-.!! i
w!l, sin'f
il' t eiaen A
.111.1- like
I. lit :l para-
ce.il i tiii l-.Mea'.
t arn tiiv. Inn w !;
It fl VOl.t:.' gi
I c;,n t eil-
eleull skill, slio
iilioili. ;ii far ti
'lli.'tt ber eyes
blue, or her fui
iv;:l. and ..itie
ii. suad a e.oi I
worry ovrr. T
jieople who like
are lbo-e who
p,-rl i-et
'"'!. I ai'es
..lllll. -le
are eol
health
mid n
e orrj
'.-rued.
-e li-.iiii! iiisu':'.! el
iv f..ui, lni,-ad of :
,r.)i el,- i ma' wn ;
r. ar- tadt'et - led f i
te are ,iai us laiiny
leo A n eyes as 'heTi :
l.Ke I, pre. iirid v'ci ,
v erwt.
What every iirl -bottl l be coiieerned
nbo'ii tirsi of all is ln r ili.sioiiiuii. I
sweet? 1 -I e ateeMl'leV I- sllt-
ilioitsiitful and helpitii? TIicm' are the
really Id Udiijfs in a girl life as well
As In the life of eieiyi.i e else. Si ilid
-be skoulil .e vitrefu! about ber health.
Ifiei) frota (In- lu'e of ber brtiltli
conies her dispoiiioii. A bad toinaei
will niake a sum triurw. I'..u! totl
a'lis -are often eae-ed. in girl, from
Ctnvisi) ciitiliC, til.d too little ouulooi
exercise, Caadies. pickles, vhlt
bread, -.trong t-oft'ee. f.ie the WaterbM
of iiianv :t ttirl'.- lo:ppiti-s' and sin:
cess In life.
White Kid Pumps.
It would be a safe prediction to j
I :a':e to sy liuir the fmititi-ai' most,
!-i favor atiiong sptarily dressed wom-i
in for die coining summer will be
'hose of white Vol. The kid is very
heavy site! d.e pump Is nume vvnli a
.-.i:tstaiii ia! sole and n military noi
very bi.'li- ie'-'i. The varnti Is long and
there U no buckle, the ioe piece es-
tending up bt.-.oml tin- s n nip line o
form a sort of tongue. The toe i
well shnpcd but nsn'ow nnd there Is ;
in fir perforation across the point of j
tie' toe. . j
Fabrics That Have Use.
I tiiijo-i- nod 'shni-uit'.g, the latter in
the plain natural color, tire l:idiered
In smart tailored frocks for southern
o:ir. s;,s the Pry' Hoods Hconoi,ii-t.
.lngh:uns in fancy cbei ks tire as
popular f.r southern vvettr ds they
ha'. been for several seasons, and
i.i:,,,y got -..I looking d'vssos nt(t nitide
Ui ill tli's lealerlal.
Stage-Struck
Mot her--"Jt won't do to take our
u ojcli'.ei- io iii iheater so often.
.im afraid .-he already imagines hei
st If an act res.--."
Father -"Has she taken to studying
Shakespeare'."'
Mother "No-o; but within the imsl
six weeks p!,e has been ' engaged to
half . b zi n ili:ferrnt uifn."
Not Intiinate.
A i one oi i v.w Kngland univer
sities' ibi.c v:is a rulllcl' Conceited
uialotvt .iduaie who was stilly enough
on on.- occa ion to attempt to (half
a member of ihe fartully, v.lio, in tb
youih's opin on, evinced too marked a
devoiioii io i),.. works of Herbert
Silencer.
"IK" you know, sir," the youth said
to Ids pn-ci-tuof, " hold rather a cm
li nipt lor Spi tieer."
"I gnady f.-ar, voting man," was
do- tespo'i.-e, "Hiat your contempt ha
not be n ,rcd by familiarity."
Kii Fital Mlstak
i Mr. Pi'.gr.o , - -what? You will not
! Mai ry in'.'"
Swc t (,ir) -' impossible "
' T.tiT you sicined lo love me once,
i Your eyes brightened at my approach;
; and of;. ,) when I nt silently gazing
at. von, l ;n M,rP you were greatly
! agimiod."
".Yes, I know; but Hlnce jou liavo
I cm off your ride wrlskeis you don't
look '-o iniic'i poor, dar, dead-iitel-gonc
I'ido."
Subscribe fur tun rm Tradcr JournaL
Don't Let It Linger.
A cough dial follows la grippe or
;.iny other cough that "hangs on"
from Winter io Spring wears down
the suffeier, leavlnn him or her In n
weakened state unable to ward off
slekiiesH a ml disease. Jot- Gl'.lard,
UH Fillmore st.. Nashville, Tenn..
vvrii.'H; "I was suffering with n dry j
hacking cough and n pnlu In my rnest.
but since taking Folny's Honey ahd
, Tur I have Ihh-u relieved." it soothes.
; heals ami t un s coiiRhs,' colds and
! croup. Good ror whooping rough.
I Vor sale by w, D, Duaenn.
POUA DOT MAKES 8GVY
;f
.
Polka dot ar bertmtd to a in ttc-
mand this coming mini, if prctrnt in -
tficationa hold true.. Thia eharmin
afternoon gown from ealch Price hai
employed bisck and -white polka
dotted Pu..y willow taffeta at an r-
namentation ever the draped dreaa.
The gown itaelf .. ot black g.or.U.
er,pe'
rirr at tut puriDT iir-tCT
FATE OF THE SHORT JAtKt I
Doubt Is Exprened Whether the One
Time Popular Carmtnt Will He
tain Its Past Favor.
It N a iii'
s-lmir Ja.-ket
tiaele of fas
':io!i as io whether ihe
will remniii ai fhe piu
iilon. but nevertheless a
woman who want, to be lu the p'eiutv
will risk a chance on It and will find
i hut it is i. el mi easy jruru.ei,! t.
iiebii-ie ibroiigb ulferatiou. ay a Mew
York fasliiou eoi respondeui.
There is another type of coat, which
appeared in America it year afo in tt
l.iodltieil fvi'in, and Umiii which tie1
French phiee a liib valtiution. It W
twimlly called the IniUonlesn iaeket. It
is crossed In ihe from in surplice form.
and ibt-se fronts eitond into long end . trip and are now at Ion Terry, N. .
ihat to across the pepium of the biekei i Floy d Iloxsi1)'. Fnrl Reese and Kd
ai die lute!., are loosely knot red. and ward Gaul made a business Hip to
then dropped. .Chlcapo Monday.
There i a short jm-kei which haj Mrs. ( harloite Torkllson spent Wed
uihen the long one hs h inspiration, j nesday afternoon with Mrs. Oliver
but it will haw nothing to do with ibej j;e(ise.
pepluin. Il ls fashioned ufter Ibej Miss Marie Harley of Ottawa, spen;
swiat. rs Hint fere worn' this whiter. ; lhe wpfk end wlth Misg Louise Woolfe.
It ivaebes to die waistline, and the. .Mw R K- Hupp rPf.0verlng from
t iAin . i t ,k L' . 1 1 ritiiiii" ii io riiiti itiui'ii
A Mtl'r irdli :t J:lJ"t bW t
i . . i ... .'
... V , . ,i . , .......
1 be Va.u.jaeke . the holer... .. be belb
boy iacket anil the .Dngobert corslet
t., i i . i ! ... i.. .1 ... ......
.in- oi loti liisinmi. nil, inr.i iui- Jf;
liletits Ilia! ileiiinnd to be bought l.itlll.v KlorJ
from a tailor or a shop. They cannot !
be evolv.-d wiili any degree of suei-oiis '
from sonn-thiiie dutt .-t good In other,
dfiys, ' . !
''OR "QUICK RA.fLTS TRY THE
-WaXT" ADS. IX TUB FREE
TliADERJOtUNAU
ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT j
OF THE TOWNSHIP TREASURER
FOR PUBLICATION.
La Salle
Township 3:1. Range
County, Illinois,, for thQ year
March .list. 1018.
DISTRICT FUND.
Receipts.
ending
P.alaliee .,.,......
From I lisiriiMttioi) of Trus
tees From Dmsrict Taxes
From Transfers. Tuition
Fees and other Treasurers
From Sale of School Pro-
perty
; From other sources- (stale
what t : . . , .
' From Solomon V.. King, be-
cpiest
1.7S1 24
i
8,100.00 i
Total .' 2ob.72.r.l5.
Expenditures.
Superintendi-nts $ 2,500,00
Supervisors and Principals 8,000.00
Teachers riO.4H7.47
Text Rooks, Stationery,
Supplies, etc, . . .'. 15.025.80
Janitors, Engineers, etc. .. 8,754. S2
Fuel, Water. Light, etc. ... .H64.fi3
j Maintenance, of Plant ..... 9,040.?!.",
Xew Grounds and' nulldlng 14.841.01
(District Honda 13.000.00
, interest on Honda 1,4(50,00
lllalance , , 70,288.50
Total $201.?.72.5fl
DISTRIBUTIVE FUND
Receipts.
Interest, Rents, etc. . .
From County.Supt .. o
.$.
4 LeO
7,2fl3.43
Total
. 7.MI.821
Expenditures.
Incidental Kxpenses. of
Treasurer $
Publishing Antiual State
ment Compensation of Treasurer
DisU-Hutted to Districts....
. 45.50"
15.00 !
200.00
7,os:i.S2
Total....... $-7,331,821
Subscribed and sworn to before mi
this loth day of Api-il, 1018. Approved
by State Deparlment and 1 Attorney i
General. ' '
('HAS: P. TAYLOR, I
. - ' Notary Public.
I hereby 'certify that the foregoing;
H!atement Is truo and correct to the,
beat or my knowledge nnd ballef.
j c: scnrMAcnF.n. i
" Treasurer,
'4
4
-4
SERENA.
Mrs. . iternurd
left Thursdav
for Itnterinson Kansas whrre she will
iic her brother.
Mrs. Uohinsfiti und Mrs. Hanenhill.
of Sheridan vist(ed Tuesday uitU Mid
i Adele Iternard.
C. J. Malaise nf Grand lUd.e called
here Thursday.
Mrs. Joe Fmerson and son HatpU t
i Gale, burg. III., visited retatives her
, last eek.
I Mr and Mrs. t'eorse Hrandertbnre,
and son Roy were Aurora passenger
' Sarrud.iy.
, O. If. P.ownian waR called In fhi
'caro Wednesday hy the ilearh of his
brother John How man.
-Mrs. G. T. Jones entertained her
I tnother, Mrs. Humbert and ?iter Nel
lie part of last week.
-Miss Mary Mulhalland ot Ottawa
spent a few hours -filth Miss Louise
' Wntfe Vetmsd.iy aiternooji.
The Red ( ros-4 will nicer with Mr.
Hert Grady Friday April t. Those
having hospital garments are re
ipiestft ti finish and turn them in.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. N. Tntaine. of Som-
onattk who have just returned from
' ort Orange. F!a.. called here Mondav.
i Mrs. L. 0. Hupp entertained at
0 I.0( k dinner Satnrdav In honor of
MIsk Marie Haley of Ouavva
n Marha nfU pui.,h.t8Pd N.ash
toil piik car
, O1on ib ,
past week.
Miss Et1' Wi,,'ams wl)rt w,u ,:,st
. week wi;h Mrs. A. Il Dinn rei irnei;
to her home In Chicago Tuesday morn
t ntl
The meeting of the Serena Cemetery
Association which was postponed be
cause of the inclemency of the weath
er will be held at the V. J. Malaise
home Saturday April lil.
Tho many friends of F. G. Arnizen
will he glad Io hear that he is im
proving after a severe illness.
Clayton I- Malaise of I'.eulah. X. 1).
has enlisted in the Coast Artillery
and is on his way to N. C
The S. . C. Meets wUh' Miss l.ihhie
Horse Thursday evening April 11.
Word has been received from the
bovs who left Wednesday wilh the
local contingent. They report a fine-
her receint iHuess.
Twenty three oi our boys are in the
j country's service. Help them by pur-
g Uberty Ponds of the
r , ' ; ,
I Uliru I'KUl. . rf'-l nil- Ken, in
Still en the Job.
"The, dd-fabiot:ed door-knocker
seem to have- gone out of Htyte." re
tuurkM Ibc Observer of llvents nnd
Tblirs, "but, don't iiiakn nuy mistake,
oppoi'tunily is sdii on die job,"
ROOT AND HERB
MEDICINE
Indian medicine men contend that
I tnP roo,s anl 1,frl)S ot tho 11(1 fur
nish a panacea for every in to vvuicu
human flesh is heir. He that as it
may, it is Interesting to note that t he
most successful remedy in the world i
, for female ills, Lydia R Plnkham's J
40.0!!.f.f. ' Vegetable Compound, was compound-j
; more than forty years ago by -Mrs; Ly- j
7.S3.S2 i dla K. I'inkhnm of Lynn, Mass., from :
134.5SB.51 1 the roots and herbs of the field, and j
'today if is recognized from shore to
3.f.ss!).n4 1 shore as the standard remedy lor fe-'
male ills.
fi,:!;:2.oo! 1
SMrilMtr.M
WrSllhMI
en
hear
r i - - r
'CAPTfK
Colodcsi Ut Facet TSSWX&tStt Cartel's Iroi PiUi
PRODUCE
305 West Main St.
i ? ' j ! i y ' " ! ! V
1 . , . f .
Early Ohio Potatoes, per bu. $1.10
; Minnesota Red or White Potatoes
Good for Eating or Late Seed
Per bushel 75c
Colorado Slope Potatoes
Very fine table potato, per bushel $1.10
Navy Beans
For Cooking or for Seed, 6 lbs. for $1.00
Onion Sets, per quart , .,.5c
National Hotel . Building : ti 7M
305 West Main St. OtUwa, Illinois
Foiou Along T-'o n,,nff,
S t Anhttr Ot.naa lv..rj, ,fJi ,
, tor t-cftH-e he het.-jue famoui as tit
t crtsur t .erlcei Ifo'iue. i at fo'
i b.,Hi h.a p;oessIea Sl -iionthj !n
; the el?h:is. and f,.r ui ferries a
: fommio ja i.: of a flaw fcondral t
I'.er va? tm rert rd the man, ; tlt
f;riinnt.
'-- ' ! s
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR. A
SALTS IF KIDNEYS
OR BLADDER BOTHER
BajrmlMi to floah Xidatyi ud Biatrti
1m irritating acids Fpltndld
for syitea.
Kidnet and Bladder tteafciiwt feSblt
frtun nfie acid, aaya aotd tmtkorit'.
lTie kidneya filter thia avid frooi th
blood ni pM it on to the bisddex, vhera
it often remain. to irritaU and inflama,
rauin a biiroin?. scalding aenatioa, or
etiiBj? up an Irritation at th aack ot
the bladder, ootlin you to tejc relief
twa or three tiniea Surins tha tight.
The sufferer is in anatint dread, th
water passes eometimes with a.iaildiiig
sensation and is ery profuse; analii,
tliere is difficulty in a?oidin it
lUi'dder weaknese, most folia call it,
hoeauje taey can't oontol aritudon.
While it it fsire-mdy ancojinr and aoai.
times very jninful, this is really one ol
the most simple ailments to overenme.
Get abnnt four ounces of Jad Salts
from your phurmacUt and take a tabls
pnoonfii! iit a pinss f water befor
br?ivi.f.u continue tkis (or two or thrs
dnfs. This will nentralia ths acids ia
tlie rln ao it ito longer is a source of
irritation to the blsrfder arid urinary or
fsra wbich ttien act uorniarty airi.
.Ti l Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of papes as 1
b'taoa juice, combined with llthia, and
is used by tboussnds of folks who srs
subject to tiriesry d.i borders canned by
uric acid irritation. .H't Salts is sj)l
did for kidneys and cauo to Lad
I'frcia whatever. , .
Here toi have a phnnt. sffencsrcul
liiiiia wjtor drhik, uhiu quickly reliorss
l:.iltier troabJs.
Lice
on
Horseo
Lock ncr jnur ?inck' and
sec if any of thorn nrc lousy.
X-nv is tlie time to jjet aitcr
tlieni. W'e carry a, A" nil line
ut iliseuicctaiiiji, aMCc :
LecV Lice Killer '
Wolf's. Lice Killer
Wolf's Lice Powder.
Robert's Lice Pow
der and Isrcso Dip
Also Other Kinds
HI Uun t Wait on ,on Un
til Your Stock
Gets Tliiu.
IV. D. DUNCAN
As Age Advances the Liver Requires
occssionsi slight itimulation. BARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS correct CONSTIPATION.
ulna
Signature
EXCHANGE
Ottawa, ill.

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