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OTTAWA FHEK TRADUH-IOUKNAL. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, Ou, tired, worried or despondent it i a t.reMijnvouneedMOTT'SNERVERI.NE PILLS. They renew the normal visor and mal e life worth living. BeUretrdak for Mott's Nerverine Pills W4UAKS MFC. CO . rw...CI.v.l.J. Ob for Saie oy LUTZ BEX ALL PHARMACY Reduce Weight i t, le , t . l-:r..i!l l ;.t tlif (InifC.-ist'a. ! --la vsim, At" ,l ii lf -i:.i:u;; i;t;n. set niti r in .n - iituHv ar:. I'hy u ally rt ' yr.u wish t . it .riJv. n ! t tx .f . vt Ki.llnw j.rcliol.s ..,!uu Iv a:e iiit tl f .illv, 250,000 IN BONDS ARE TAKEN FROM iit 10 t'J i'oUliUS wi" cu.w to ju'al BUEHLER BSSLOS. Originators of Cut Rate Markets Bii Specials for Saturday, January 11, 1919 Home Rendered Lard, ft 25c Sweet Pickled Spare Ribs, lt 10c Sii,r Cured Corned Reef, fb 2c Raw l eaf Lard, lb. 28c Frankfurts or Garlics, lb 18c Fresh Link Sausage, 1! 20c Fresh Beef Brain, lb 10c Fresh Side Pork, lb. 30c Sugar Cured Bacon, lb. 33c B. B. Brand Butterine, lb 35c Oak Grove Butterine, lb 35c Country Roll Butterine, lb 28c Native Beef Steak, lb 18c Native Beef Rib Roast, lb 20c Fancy Veal Breast, lb 15c Fancy Veal Chops, lb. 20c Fancy Veal Roast, lb 20c Fancy Lean Pork Roa t, lb 26c Fancy Lean Pork Chops, lb 32c Fresh Spare Ribs, lb. 19c Dundee Milk, tall cans 14c Tomatoes, solid packed No. 2's 121c Sweet Corn, No. 2 s . . . 12c June Peas, No. 2's ...121c Plenty of Dressed Chicken, Lamb and Mutton UNNAMED OWNER United States Food Administration License No. G-13654 GAYETY THEATRE ONE DAY ONLY MATINEE AND NIGHT SUNDAY, JAN. 12 3 Shcw3 3 p. m.; 7:15 p. m. & 9:00 n. m. Matinee 15C an(j 30c Ever.ing 25c. 35c, 50c for Evening Performance RESERVED PRICES: Seats 5 FEATURE VAUDEVILLE ACTS 5 ALLEN & TAXI The Gamble: 's Best Friend INGALLS & DUFFIELD Comedy Sing ng and Talking PHROSO & CO. Pantooii ne Novelty GEORGEE A Cure f t the Blues 4 THE ALPINE FOUR Scenic Singing NoveMy Latest Gaumont News & Christie Comedy MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE Buying at Godf rey's You Save and Make Money -on lZuJn arsLPre Fr Presses, notrnng finer, each ..29c 00 bottles Pure Catsup, nothing fmer. each . . . . . :i2',c rl hntVr.c u .1 vvDorces,ersfl"- Sauce. 35c size 75 bottles Kitchen Boquet. 35c sr.-e F"", QUar.t.FrUlt.JarS Reid Murdoch's VicMeV 'and picklVd kMtlni. rw:..- . wuv.ca uiivcj, sumea with r,menn: bottles My Wife's Salad r.ce;n. My Wife's Salad Dr.ci One cask Ferndell Sweet PirH- Nothing better at any price, per doz ,t 49 th. sacks Pla-Safe Flour 12 c 24 lt. sacks . . '.'.'.'" $319 Almost a car New Navy Beans trifle ' !m'J V .S1.60 15 fbs. for ' rm,e dlrty f!"e cookers, 4 TIjs. for 29c Graham, Rye, Whole Wheat Flour, '3 rb ' sacks " al 4 Tbs. finest quailty Rolled Oat- i n,! , u'"--" m3, . 4 ms- fresh Hominy Grits ..29c 50c 50c 35c bottles 19c 19c .35c .35c 29c .19c -29c BIG or grated CANNED GOODS AL.rl arci e nAMircn , - - wrs i.i inoice large cans Hominy 10c Choice large solid Tomatoes 20c Choice large cans Kr.-jut ...10c Choice Kidney Beanii, can 12 'Ac Fancy String Bean? tan . .,.18C Large cans Peas .-..,..110 Large cans Sujar Corn ,.12.',C Choice Apricots, in. syrp .. .25c 40c tins Imported, Crab. Meat 29c This is but a small or phene No. Pine . . . ,25c 11st of what we have. 128. Choice sliced Apple Choice pal. Peaches, in syr up .33c Choice Sliced Peaches, in syr up 33c 3 cans Domestic Oil Sardines .25c Large tins Choice Salmon ..23c Come in and look us over REPORT IS MADE TO CHICAGO: FEDERAL RESERVE BANK TH AT LARGE BLOCK OF LAST LOAN ' HAS SEEN LOST OR STOLEN. BULLETIN LOST IN MAIL. South Bind. Ind.. Jan. 10. The mystery surrounding tre disap pearance of $250,000 worth of Lib erty Bonds, consigned by the First National Bank of Drtroit to the Jtudebaker Corporation here, cieepened at nonn today v'ien A. R. Erskine. president of tne Stude l;aker Corporation, denied em phatically that the Bonds had been drhered at the corporation office, as previously stated. SAYS MEAT PRICES WILL JUMP WHEN FOOD BOARD QUITS' Washington, J in. J". -tJrtr'nu' iiiuf i:eeiiu- 1:1 meat Jincc? n'ti-r thr fnoil a !;nii:ialration CWM' t. fuur'iim Mil ;si OOUU'ol ft pri v.i : t ,ir. Murk yards nffi it-rmiiml 1 .tni;T.ii"i pl.ir.ts J faki'i) (nim tli pHkiM iirf ili. tt .t t.iilay !iy W.ii.t l i. I-'imht. riiiinx-l fur the ni.uki'Cn; iui:ni (if AiiU'i iran N'.i'ihii.i: 1 . 1 v Sim k AH'Ijtltl) ,111 I f 1 1 1 -(" --t'l ! .1 !' V (it ' r!n Iiili riiir. Air. Fislu-r j trslil'vin In fci i' -'.hf sfiiat.- intt'rsl.i:c riini.tii'i ve niii- ii'ii't'f. at hearings t'n tli( i-ii t in t hi'A : fur j'livfrtimt'nt cii!tri.. , "Bump the Ceiling." ) Thf w itness lifclan d in.n "priics ; I v ui!tt lnuu) (he i'ciliti" and .tt the; "4.1 : 1 if t::nf thf re w.m!,l i!.i::'fi" ol , iliininii; Km of pnntiii lion if ihi- nn-. i r-r:i -ii' iit took 110 :u !ion to nirb vii:i! ' '"' i.l"vribi-i! as a p;i".kMl aiotiwpoiy ! iliaillt.iinfil l.y thf (iv0 !-.,ainp. p.ul.-; crs, Sim k raisors, he s,,id, w.nii.l si ll fvi'ii hrt-fdiug animals to ;; t a sii.iif of ihi- tfinporary hiii in i- -. w)m U :hf packers houKI fom. 1 .Mr. Fisltor urfcl tluit tho st. k ; c-aiN, rcfriei-.uor cars. stock ;i!ilv . und t .thi kiwi Tcfriftrator pLmts h "r 1 ... 1... . j ium-u over oy trip r.iilro.nls o pro ; mutt.' "rful i-umpf tiriuu" unions tin- 1 pa.-kf in. You Are Dying By Acid When you have Heartburn, Gas, Bloat, and that Full Feeling after eating. TAKE ONE PAT DvFOR YOUR STOMACH'S omc SAKE) Hx.-ess Aci and you will fairly feel oul of your body THL BLOAT GOES WITH IT. Get rid of the Overload a.i Ihe GAS drive IT GIVES YOU REAL STOMACH COMFORT Ctt t ATOM C from your Druggist kittU the DOU3LE Cl'AKAS'TFE U,il" Mk. An'jt lUu-tic UK,4t C..:i;M V n'atim Ate . C .M. W. Ail Cc,t..c I eSr T Dm, j 1 , 4 4 4 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 4 4 4 4 4 '4IOtnitlHlllltltNMM(IMfMlf f : SPECIAL SALES . r.'i.y iim :aai:i lli i.i Ai-i.- II H .11. ly GUARD OF HONOR AT TEDDY'S GRAVE FOR THIRTY DAYS ! Oyster Flay, X. V.. Jan 1 a . Ki 1 ot lionor uill he nnimt.mH.,t ;,t i n'l 1 iuV lf ro UWf Vf it's irp.i ; ".ii'.-.m.. .I.iiiuarv In-Thf Kis to:! uf .'.'ii.i.iiin wortli of l.ilrty ' l'.oa ls of tat- fourth is ue was report- ! If. I to the Feiieral llf-crvi- llaiiK of,' 1 j Chiciso yt-stcrJay. ! " 1 I Tile identity of ihe loser, whether i ; individual or eorporasinn. was with- : held. It was said. Iiort' ver. Ihe. owner, resi.led in tins fei-i'al reserve liisi- ( ti id, iajt nut in Chicago. ; Aii'SsaKes te'linK of tile Uss were ! dispatched to ti.tnji.1 lunks and trust ' coiiipanien in the disirirt last nitn, ) and by noon today .'Vi.i.mu kindred ! organizations in the country w ill he j on the lookout for any one who may present the Ijonds. Twenty-Five $10,000 Bonds. There were twenty-live bonds of 1 C It I L PAY FOR $l.MAi" each, unregistered and uum-, WUU ,1 ?J n , . hereil fro.-,. 2::;:M 2:5;5S. inclusive. WHEAT DEMANDED The manner in which the loss was! di.'ii'oveifd w-as not revealed. W.isl.ins;on. Jan. 10. -.Senator (Jrort- "It sliottld he understood this hank I na of North Dakota, republican, ui-fjeil n.ia uorninc to do with the lunula ;it 1 the senate todav to fnlflil ?he i-mp. t.i i: ,t.. u 1 . e Ih'iv Tr;. Wind. iii '. li lt K II. I'll.! 1. William ( .'Iti (iicilll. Ottawa; ! )r -fin ii s!-r in. I is. i : dan. t'. l'.i'y. I'har! .M.rr 1 -son. !i 3. I s n's add. rounds .Memorial cetmteiv lor ihirtj ( liays. Hi-. C. T. ite.vnol.is. recently j i'.i.sthare(l as a li.-iu. rum- in th-? :m-d ical corps fop physical tlis.a!ji.i;y. stoM tti.j tirst watch. :riiin 4 yesterday until S a. m. todya. NOTICE D. A. rs p. :il une nine ot tneir disa ppearance." said Ja.'iies H. .McDouft.i!, Rovcroor of the Federal lieterve Hank. "The owner has notified u.s no that we can make public the mini hers and I prevent the sale ot the bonds. We j have also been asked not to reveal the identity ,,f the !eKa owner of the bonds." Tellers On Lookout. Financiers and bond dealers din i agree as to whether th,. present, hold ers of til.- l01ldK llUll.l i.rnf,, j... t . 110- thett. At present it would he futile for any one to present, either the 1 bonds or coupons tor payment, it was j pointed out. for tellers have the serial ,' lumbers firmly in mind. I However, as tame, passes and the ; numbers are forgotten, one of the HM'iM) bonds may be Riven as col I lateral for a loan on a margin -which j 1 wo. tm cause no hesitancy on the part jOf a broker or banker. In this -way j as much as 2rt0.oo may hP realized I nn the bonds. Of course, the Treasury j Department undoubtedly would refuse I payment eventually, i -Neither the Pinkerton nor Burns i"""!! asncies nan heen advised I of the lo- at a late JIOrir last night , Tlio neventh federal reserve dstriet .oomprises a! lof lowa. the northern I part of Illinois, southerrn part of Wis- coium and .Michlwn and part of In-diinia. an:ee;l 1913 prices for wheat and ask ed that the runner be d. a'.t i ;:h justly. The senator said the food ad ministration estimate of government losses may damage production. He s,iid everything possible should be done tn eiicouragf agriculuiiv, NEW IDEAS THROUGH READING Important to Select Good Books, but Practically Anything Is Better Than Nothing. Gregg, Attorney, Wenona. Ill, r.e of (.'has. 11. St r.iuseiibuck, de ceased. Notice is hereav jven that the I undersiritd. aat:nni..'r.ttor. with the ' wi:: ant.eXe.t. of the esiat" of C'.ias. H. Sirttnsenhack. latt of 'he county of La Salle and state of Illinois, deceas- ed. will appear before the probate j court of said county, on the first .Monday (lieini; the ;,;-i dayl of March. 1 l'U'.'. at the probate court room. 111 ()' J t.uva. in : a.l comity, w lien 11ml where all persons having claims or demands against sai l estate are noti'led to at j tend and present -the same in writing for adjust mi nt Hated the Hth day of .lanuaiy, A i I. MUri. II .1 KKINM.VNN. 1 Administrator. With th.- Will Annexed. : : i F.xtra Fancy Chickens. Boiling Beet, per lb. 12c. I Iome ienclereil Lard (extra nice). Home Killed Pork. Home made Pork Sausage. Real Lamb. Fancy Native Veal. For that nice Roast or Pot Roast we have some extra good Steer Beef. Special Sale on Fancy Eating and Cook ing Apples. DO NOT FORGET We have quality, we give you service, we guarantee our merchandise. Wiley's Qualify Market 228 Main St. Ottawa, 111. ........ v. IHVTC, III. V KKI'OUT OF ' MTi) THK CONDITION OK TDK NATIONAL CITY BANK At Ottawa in the State of Illinois, at th? close of business 011 Duceinber .'11, A l-a. her v ho f her pupils ;,i I genuine ililcl'e H 1 ivii ic- al ti-r as liml tin heal'i. ' in ll well as In real itiierest 1 ii'l uh. ionk III ainl lln-i! diiriii!.' -1 ho, ! st 10 re.-ii Ii a if aboui tbir . 1 1 at all in- slmlii's, and discover ,b;sl Company As the bonds denomination, of numbers and t.nregiutered, lieveil iii financial circles Was either a bank or trust . k : . 1. . . ... """"OS tne bonds for de- very on the federal paymf iUG'JIitgss livery on the final paymat. o. (.. Hurnett Beheved Loser. were of Kuch a large consecutive seriaj it was be the loser company. Of the bond deivirt. "" in oi uie Kederoi Ite here, refused all rve Dank. informaf umi tne. loss occurred on the aitenioon of Jan. 4. ' If the bonds are presented for sale, hold the person presenting them and uus "ank," Mr. iiuniett wired other banks. n-i. .1 me nan each moiuh large Hit of bo -ads v. 1U me. present Joss repre Fonts the largest reported in this district. has prepares e reported lost or our-, was trying her ai tii -uhirly trying boy ell vars. He did in. 1 leie-li i in his work o she was attempling 10 iMiat he was inieresifd in ami bow he -pent his leisure time. I'pnii imptiry -in- tiuiti'l hi' was fond of taking lone anil solitary walks, although he dis claimed any interest in the beautiful "r scientific in nature. "Km vvhii t du .vim do wiih yoin soil"-" ne lemiier insisted. What do you ibinU abeulV Von don't lead very milch, do .VnilV 'i he boy denied thu t, be read, and its sertcd 1 hat when lie uus off alone Unit ay he liked to think his own thoughts. 1 wonder what kind of thoughts that poor buy occupied himself with? lie iiefcr read, arid he a appm ently im pervious to new ideas of any soi l, lie was just content witli his unu empty thoughts they must have been poor und stale and empty, for he never "pencil ins nniiu to neV ones. The best and must eflicieut way to get ideas is by reading m.il it makes Mich a difference, therefore, what wo l'eail. ISut it is decidedly belter to r: ad 1,1 t anything that comes to hand thin, nothing at all. l-'or if one has nothing in the mind at all. such pe iiilinr tilings are bound to creep in. In'l It better to re-think the thoughts ef line men than to think your own meati little ones'; -Kx. liange. STRENGTH FOR YOUNG MOTHERS Kow Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg. etable Compound Restores j Health and Strength. Lcnsinp, Mich. "After the birth of my child I v.'rs r.ot able to stand on my feet. 1 was 90 weak I could not pet up. I suii'eredsucli pains in my back I could not ivotk or hardly take care cf my baby. One of rny neighbors recom mended Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. I took it and used Lydia E. Pinkhtitn'a Hflniltivrt Vi;h nnd 1 pot bettar rifrht aw ay and was soon a new woman r.nd could work hard, and I can recmmetid these remedies to other young; .mothers who are weak and ailinp as I was." Mr Ora O. Bowfp.s, liUl S. Hornier Street, Lansing, Mich. Wr.rrtari i: I . :M Vr.M n ... ! u 01c in nun. mmfra con dition should not continue to suffer from weakness and r,ain but profit from her experience and pive this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For suggestions in reprard to your condition write Lydia F). I'inkham Med icine Co. , Lynn, M ass. The result of their 4D years' experience is at your service. 1:'1S. ItKSOlT.CKS. I. a Umii and discounts, including r discounts, (ex cept those, shown in l and ci -V Overdrafts, unsecured e. I". S. bon is lo'iier than Liberty Homls, but in ''hi'USR i. S. C : t iticates of liuleotrdness I : a I'. S. h..:id. depasited to secure eirctilatlon (par vihni 10i1,i)ni'i.0O f 1". S. hands ami certificates of indeV.edness owned and unpledged l'lii nno on . '1 I. in .-! v I.o;i'i i ionds : 1 Liberty Loan Bouds. I, and 4'4 per cut. uni'iedged 7. r.omis. securities, t tc. lother than t'. S.l: h Jirm.is other than 1'. S. bonds pledged to se- rure a,:.'.-ii savings deposits .'i.OOO.OO e Securities other than V. S. bonda (nut includ ing stocks 1 owned unpledged lH.2tlS.T0 Total bonds, securities, etc., other Ih.iil r. h 9. Stock of Federal Itfserve Dank (50 per cent, of subscription 10. a Value of hanking house, owned and unincum bered 12. lira! estate owned other than hanking hou.se I S. Lawfjl ruaerv with Federal i'.eur-e Hank 15. Canh in vauit and net amounts duo from national banks Iii. Net amounts !u" from bunks, hankers, and trust companion other than Included in Items 13, 11 and 13 IS. Checks n other hanks in the saino city or town as reporiltift bank (other than Item 17) Total of Items 14, la, 1C, 17 und IS 3?0,7la 93 !. Checks on bunks located outside of city or town of reporting bunk and other car.h items -0. Redemption fund with V. H. Treasurer and duo from U. S. Treasurer 21. Interest earned but not collected approximate 1 on Notes and Bills .Receivable not past due. 22. War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps, actually owned $1.3 i.".,3KS 42 2.017. b'5 2SO.000.00 .2D0.W 10,50000 30,000.00 43.a6.0l 'J4.97.25 380,681.97 11,830.33 2,842.79 0,000.00 25,335.49 2ti. CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS LAST ONES MUSTERED OUT DIXCW SHERIFF UNDER INDICTMENT I r t 1 'ion. 111. ,ian. .10. An or three days of investigation Ihe Lee County fraud jury indicted former Sheriff Phmi-r-s. who finished a four-year term in 'hat otlict- on.y a few weeks ago. The specific charges against the Iciaier sheriff, against whom five i-intnis were found, are that he Al lowed prisoners in his care to be at. large. 1 London, Jan. 10. The conscientious objectors who refused to fight, but ac cepted job 4 under the government committee on employment twill be the asi 10 oe oemomiized. Any man i employed under the committee who ! leaves his work will be recalled ot Ihe colors. Be Careful in thing Soap on Your Hair "FLU" VICTIMS ARE BURNED TO DEATH Cedar ILapids. Iowa, Jan. 10.- -Frank Vlick, a farmer near Oxford Junction, his wife and three children, all sick with influetizi. were burned. to death in a fire which started frr.m an un known cause and destroyed their 'farm home at 1:3u o'clock yesterday after noon. Neishbors' attracted by the flames arrived too tpte to -save their lives. Most soaps and nrenared shamnnn. I ffinttin .rt o.,- , , 1 I .. .,..., Hiucii aiKdn, which 1$ very 1 injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes i the hair hrittT The best thing to u?e is just plain mul- I mm onuanut oil, tor it is pure and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and beats the most expensive soaps or any thing else all to pieces. You can get mis at any druc store, and a feu. sn,-.c 1 will la?t the whole family for months. bimply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is ail that is required. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thor oughly, and rinses out easily, t The hair ones omckly and evenly, and is soft ' fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavv, and i easy to handle. besides, it loosens and 1 takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. - I Fifth Annual Show I La Salle County Poultry Association January 13, 14, 15 16, 17, 18, 1919 Murray Building Streator, Illinois ADMISSION FREE Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund , a Undivided profits 27. Interest and Discount collected or credited, in advance of maturity and not earned (approxi mate) 2S. Amount reserved for taxes accrued .10. Circulating notes outstanding Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days) : H4. Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in loss than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) 16. Certified checks 17. Cashier's checks outstanding Dividends unpaid Other demand deposits Total of demand deposits (o;her than bank deposits) subject to Reserve. Items 34, ;',5, 3H. 37. 38, 3ft, 40 and 41 1. 0(13,035. 44 Postal s;:vinns deposits l.". Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 42, 41. 44 and 45 007.411.11 40. 41. 41 $2,418,652 98 100,000.00 250,000.00 52,047.52 5S91 3,500.00 100,000.00 I46.3S5.43 44,868.55 250 00 41.00 7,000.00 4,600.00 1,323.00 D0G.OSS.il $2,416,592.98 bank, do solemnly my knowledge and Total State of Illinois. County of La Salle, ss. I. Otis M. Bach, cashier of the above named swear that the above statement is true to the best of belief. Corrert-Attest: (ms M BACH, .Cashier-! I. V. CATLI.V H. G. COOK, CfJAS. I. TAYLOR, Directors. .Subscribed and sworn to before me this !ith day of January, 1913. (SKAI') KDITH A. rUMM. Notary Public. want Ad The People's Market Place.