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SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL. FAOE TH LABOR'S PLEA FOR SCHOOL 10 TEACH ALIENS IS REJECTED ARMY ESSAY THAT WON PRIZE DELEGATES TO CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION ARE ASKCD TO SUPPORT AMENDMENT FAVOR ING EDUCATION FOH FOREIGN ERS, BUT CET NO ENCOURAGEMENT. Sju iiij'.liWd, III , May S.--I'niiiii htlior lias iMki'd :i ml I n i'inMii;iri ly iv- I'dmhI a I'utiKiiluriiiiiiil provision In the convent inn permitting the teai'li iug of the Kn-disli Uiiit'ii.inc to fur dinners who desire lit liivollu rill zcn.i. It wus given n m -ii m 'f ''"M der ation, and Ili'lcKiilo l.aiidllold snid tllilt III' V, ill lll'KI' lTCllllsilll'lill i in. Several we. 'Us ni'ii fin i:nniiiliic"iiii'iit was published in ilie 1'ree l" i-:; cl i" Joiirnil, iliiit ClilHU't l.yns u junior at llii1 I. eland iy h IkwiI won liiird prize for tile Ivriii.i Itcci'iiitini; nl.-;- I I iti't in 'in i" i '- i-'inll'.l e mil Mr! eil ';'.' (lie v.ar depart iili'l. I. 'I'll , 1 1 . 1 1 1 i .V flil' cut line i' ill I lie ili .1 l ii t eon I 'Id lord iijul Ir wriic ili' lii I ! ;iy lit I he .'I'di'i' nl' entrant" in llci niiiit;'. lu ll." il. was submitted !iv County Suiierill icliili'iil W. I!. I'Vu'i'i' to tin1 district ivcru.l il';; oil i-i r. I II" c-;i: h sixv.i id fur l no I bird r I v. was a J.'i.l'ii pnld pine, l'H'li 111'' c.ilit;"-tiiiil proud! r i i : i d. 'I'lie '-'.. i v v.-hii !i '..on lli" lioiini':! fur lii,' voiiiiu, l.flapdor i i tlnv. s in Cull: "A i:ii' ;h"i' i:. vil;'ii:H it's way iiv.- I iir , ire, ' iini', uai lire needed." 'I'll" "r i 'i i ! 1 1 1 i li:'"U. "iiiumi'V- II';; Hi" s.ildicr cvi r H':i'iy al air. in nl' ill" ilav or liij'li' to cumo In tip' aid ol his e.iuutn nioa. What a irivel' U". "Aioimii tin' i'or""i' tliev ronii', ill j perlci I step. Iii'.ids iii, 1 1 . I s out, ' sliellldi .,' , Irtel;. . j. 'i iliH'M.' ol' III" I'hl c.-- Imily of liflitii.K nii'ii to ho round in j ! !m or!d II would In' oil" of l !i" l.:.rl.... l 1. 1.. I... .1 t ... 1. I lit' tl.k' The present and proposed ,'onsliui ' 1) (y .;.,,.,,... ,,,. ,",. ,.,,, 'I'll" "iy l.irt tli.it a man i-; in th" army prow. Ilia' !e- is phvrdi ally lii. iur I." i aano! e:ili-t unless lie is. T!t. Army is oi.e of the yri'.ni tlon olii r a "kM coiiinioa m-IiooI m uration" to "all children id' this stale." Th" word "i liildren" may include cM'ryliody in llliiioi.s. Chah man lir.ia iiiiipiiii;t)iiii;i!:'iiii)iiiiHiiitiic)iiiiiuiiiiiiuijiiiiiiNiiiiiiiHumiij uni)iiiiii'iui)(iiiiNWHliMMumqiiiiiuiii'"mnuiiin!'N OLD ABSALOM . j Atisaliini was ninety years old. J'or years lie had hwn V. a familiar figure .-uniiiid the railroad station, picking tip odd pumas, cairyinjj luiac and doinj.; errands. One day, alter a lieavv miuvv, the westbound express -.toji i d al the .station and the passengers, warned of a Ioiijj; g wail, li'lt the chair cars to .stretch their lcjjs. (Jne of tlicm 1 spoke tu Ali-a'nni. " - g "What coinmnnity is this. Uncle?" lie asked. 1 ('Id Alisaloni scratched his wooly head. "What's a coniiiiiinily, mister?" "A ci immunity is a city or a town or a village where fi.i!-.s are sociable; where everybody knows everybody else; v.ln'i" the stranger is made welcome; where every man. 1 v Lilian and child ots together for conimon enjoyment and .;. recreation", replied the questioner. ' a I'ncle Absalom opened Ids eyes wide in astonishment, g "I'm pretty suah this yeah ain't no conimunitv," he sai-1. "'1 his is jest a place". ' I'ncle Absalom described the town accurately. It had k its elujties, its social barriers. The folks west of .jain street didn't talk to anyone living east. You "belonged" in the 1 best circle-;, or you didn't. Nobody ever thought of soi-.ie civic orijanization by wliicb all classes would get together, j forget the social hai rii rs and work for the comnion good. ( "uniinunity Service is making conimunit ies out uf i places. i nrougii it, selnsimess and social prejudice giv? wa to common enio-uient. OJiMt:i:n:iic:tn:itMiiiir3j:iitiiiic3iisiiitiiittz:ftMitittiic atiitiiiirii c2aiiMaiiiiiicitttitHitacjFittiHC juuiuiiit ic 3tiiittiitica 'tiiic t ol : don of 111" commit to on cd o -ji t ion i 1 ; i n '-' io'-inl m unions, an niiort 'int-; j,,,. nothing from il. 'I'll" lowest wage says it is as l.rnail as "tiir (siild.'i'ii ' Id h H'li an) t -.! ol' in' il"-uioii. js (hiiiy dollars )"r inonili, of Israel," Inn tho Ntatiitos oviih-! :ni nipn t nniiy m vi:dl Uroin Itni is,, "'1'h,.' ann is a nn-at builder, phy o poiliiiiilie.s lor odaea ion lor ni';n opportunity to ni"i I. some of t'o; : sie.illv, ini-lally and morally. Tl: miiis niir ih" UK" i l' :: and iuid r :i , i.r--. . I men tho world ha I'todiiecd. : (U;tioor lit'.' is very lieiielicial. The I 'll ion labor lias boon In riled itev.i. ; and their know lod;:e, travel and ovpi'i'-; luiiiiarv IraiienK i.- of t',rea! use for in its n ipiesl Cora Hi i.cii-idp .' i i'.ooi ' ii nr" ens s thorn alisoliiloly nothiiii!, : .M. biiibliim ni of tin' hodv. The nl l-'ldorado. Ii has obt ii:.iit an npiii : v'ij- b'-iior education could a man do-' ihiosl pliysieians are ever ready to at loll from Attorney o'eneral lliiinilai.'i .v" l'urt!:erinor" ii may al'ie.s! ,,,n, U)U". waliii sj a thiit li" is "i ieiirly of tile : t ri.llifullv In' said ti::ii he is ant on1..'! "Th" ri lip ion iduealion and moral opinion that the lioards iC I'diit a: in;: 'U t 1 rr-i ins Know Iwl-je lice of ehiin;". pf,. js not neniee'ed. The soldier iiinv of this stale lia" no statutory aie. I:l ( al.-o otl iim. jiaid f ir ii. juMend any church lie desires. On his Ihority which pernii's I'aem to nK- "I'i.l'.ne n yoiiruind a few evens ; ,.(jy round of daiikerous duties h" duet elassis for iiisl met ion of 1 1 :: j o:' ;i da" in i'aii.;i as a :;:Wier. .l.isl I p.arns to lespecl tile ( hutch and wiiat persons at '.he expi'ii-e of the jinblio li.' -nil is rv "pini over (lie horizon I j ,,.;, fr. school funds. " jih-' cu..r not...... ,i "'ili " souu!., "W'no hold a higher ilaeo in lii" This app!h s to m ii.io! diavi. i; .. At else, all is aeti.ity. --oidier-' ap;.. arl niiinion of the noonio than tho soldier? i.i'oito iici.iiiiii inn.! 'aiauis aiel i n n i". ! rvu an REFUSE INTERURBAN RIGHT TO BUILD ROAD Springlield, May 8 l'erniission lo eon .struct the proposed Davenport, Sprim: liold and Sou' hern Itailroad, an elec tric interurhan lino, was denied by tin state public utilities commission to day. The commission m refusing a cer tificate of concenionee and necessity authorizing construct ion of the line taid there is no real necessity for lii i-ion's order thi evidence was not pro duced. In the petition it was proposed to build an interurhan line from Hock Island to Moline, through Moreer and Henry Counties lo ('lalesluirg, thence to howistown, Havana and I'eters liiiii!,, through Christian county to llar vel and llillshoro llienee to (Ireenvil'e Carlisle, Nashvillo, liuipioln. Carter ville, Vienna and Termiiialiag at .Me tropolis with u brunch from iJiuiuoin to Hellovillo. Why "Leap Year." The nnuio "leap year" Is supposed to luivo grown out of King Henry's proclamation ranking February iiS and ''!J legally one diy, Father Tlmo boing poneelved of ns leaping tho gup from (ho if. ih day of I't'linmry to the first of March. PIliLS VJif 'I'll I.' til MHVII tt IT 4 j. . jt,xfi' l "'ll'"l A.u .n.M Dt-uxaUl f..r X 2T Ttrl VT" isn.T p-J So I nko mi .lh. r. tlur of tour V I iU '"GlflM. A k fori ll. 'ir:.'ff n-s - ii IHAIIOMI V.KWU l'a.l,Mt3 V tj y n.iii,i,tiis I..-':.! -.'feil.Alnays kt-li.-a l SO! D DY DR;Gr.!STS FVtRVMERE lore mil to i tiicat'o. lli" i !i : :u'D : ; i , di ll -ates, soini- of whom ale mi I ' T! friends of oruanh'.eil la-ior, l.:ii d miM;!' understand lln nni . l bi'caii- tiii :";!)' th l.w i lea r-eyjil. .ilorl. oag -r : n cidvisl every w li.'i " w ith oi"ii Int i-rurba n and also that no suhstari- "i ani I'""' i a 1 1 ill. ,., i ins :i"d ii'iia riled as a hero. W'ho tial linaucial liroirrain was coiitom.' mi ilov. a (o one oi tii" d".-i he. I.-;-, ,.,s a Ix-f t--r chance to become a real j plated by the. organizer.- l-r.. pared by the linost i'ook s. ; ,.,,, ,how u ,,. is in lmn ,l,an ,;u, Thf, (,U(ion of ,h(1 ,,,mlmuv w: i'' ' "in"'.' d I'o tii-v soldier. As lie crows oIii"r he is look- r.i...i i..... i i., , ' .. ..... ; .... i - . . . . . . . . . i ' lll'-ll Irlnl .HlftUM WUI lll,lll W.'i 1 ' ..... lt . . , r .... 1 " oil up i o a nil 1 1. 1 1 i'in'1 a i i"i in i given iiis ruclioii in p-ildn- : "Imm t i!.il, " r !." ' 1-iio.v tha. ait. r n 'siliovs. Ho is regarded with admiration buildings, it iiiav he that on: I: ,a! !i: ili. d Hi v. ill b" amplv rewaid-i .ls',,,. v., uaH r,,;uly at any moment luminal lawyi rs will '! ci..e lac! .. od i'o.- lln ir labor. Thoy may lake ; to show liis uroat nalriotisin liv slii"ld-t '! choiio ,;t a cnsil many aiiinse-. j,,,. im, ,js country and to in. nl-, fanliall. Ii;.;eh;ill, cud ui i a v y lVV ,f,. ),p,n, if need be for his ..:: ni'ih-'ie sport s. or tlwv in.ivi tg, country and tile army, in which .- p. is! 'lo-ir r. adi' R ir. tho libr.irv ,,. has Ic-arnod lo s and straight, walk , i iniii: home or tdaying in the "gym." j st raii-'ht, live strtiight and li'.'Come a "What boy ,n the cniirse of Lis HI" 'man." lia.. not had a do;- ire to become a old-1 i.T :.nd visit Ion ian land and d i 1 Httillina patrol work for lnole S un. '. Cost of Carelessness. 'A il." b"V has not had a d"-io to ,hm In some of the cities of this country li e t a-i or tly thru the air. V hi 'iiayi p,-,. ,s aaioiiiiis ,o o:ght or ton I'n -on: i mist Million give ainiM- all t liori' y lo do w ha: i:e nairni 1 , Ik,; un n di sire, but th" i mix :it:"-i iia made no cn:ii incin sUi'i iii"i:i os that point. Til" !' dei al go', encii' iit la: nil i t , to aid schools in nrco th ui ieo com muuilii-s in Illinois, but has heen u:: able in Rot any a -,r-i I aiici trotn hie: I school lioards. accoidiiig to :t,it-!i ) i. In .iddition to Knlorado-. il: a :; il! ", Mark, Slamlaid an I I'.onld ::r olio r coninmnil i"s where x m; hi h. i ii ., n ha o asked in vain lor in.- ! 1 1 1 t n 'i: At. :i mil nra lb:. it ion leiiiini; m !":' iiain county roi .-at !.. li: i .i:u- pe:i i ioni i .- app' : red. "t :' t !i .-. liny wore Illinoi s hiiii desired in. r j i ! i : . ; . and w ho were ii'io i v ahle io ;oake tlo nisei ves under, toad." .Mr. Walcii lord exl, lined. lie a!:") lias colh'eleil .,!,(. ii. ihifj show ing the iiavo: iaii. e of iiis in a Acco.llillg lo l.le ;;l I elish -. . ill I" wore 1 l:ii."i."!1 1'iirejgn i'"!';: pe- oti- in Illinois, of xx hom 117.7'.! ..ere ji io: .'it f. In addition, there wete 'o.!'"i illiterate native iiora c''i.er. Tin convention is heihih I i m.ji sldiT th" last .- r hoi on i i c ; : ; . 1 1 next Tuesday. This provid l . c tie coun'y superintendent a.-- .kool-i well as "tii" m. inner f his , lecUi-n." held in Ciiicago and Springfield hi-n October. The commission has held up final action on the petition pending sub mission of further evidence concern ing the financial hacking of the cor poration. According to the coniinis- Why! T i'y !..o-e liesiios and many mo- i,.tiSi r p"i- capita xxhilo in other may liml almo-t any work in oiej. wil,,.p ,,,,,. ,,,,.,-autioiis are y xxhi ! '.on cave tor and 'ike.' , ,, . ,, . i,., , i taken, he lo.-s or. tins i ottnt lias no.-c 1'iuioi iii-i ies or advanep. , , ., , , red to heroine oilieor.s ''" l"''1""1 - " ' '"i"'- -Pot roit. I ree i'i'"s-. .' : ; i i i a ' o ( and a leader .- ni'ii g men. seltrelient ad 1 1 ..' :m d I o a :t ipnckly and uilh'iatj ll" It.o !",ll. j "in regard io pay. The money that; the midior reed', es is al! clear. All; hi - i Npi uses iiie paid by the cinvrn-l oe :;i The sum could he sen; hom" I so desired, and the soldier would suf- Children Cry FJ? FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Proof is positive when fcrincied iitmn facts plus expeiiciice. BEECIIAM'S PILLS have been used for (30 years by people all over the globe. BEECHAiVTS PS 9 Q fc 'il.c Latest Sale of fiS 1 Ary Medicina i-t ainlhKV the World. Cild everywhere. In bezes, 10c. 2Cc. GEO. GRIFFIN'S $9000000 ESTATE TO WIDOW WHO WED DAY AFTER DEATH ( i'y th Assoc!.! t.'-i l"o's ) Chica;;o. .May s. Mrs. I lob ;i in'hn Hatedo, who married Lent. Com lmmder pan I I'.as'.edo !:;:; 'I'u-s'hiy. following the death id' her first hu hand, Ceorgo (iriibii. on .iomlay. v.iil leceivo (irillin's '.i.iiuu. u c-fit" !iy the torniii of his will, his iitiiMie-xs iiunouuicd today. .Mr. 'iiiilin died in the South on Monday and on tin- fol lowing day Lis widow married t'ue na val ofl'iccr. i CHICAGO PLANS WORLD'S LARGEST HOSTELRY (tty the Associated rrens.) j Chi'-ngo. .May s. Plans foriiii' arg est hotel in the world," Uf" front- Circe. blocks on Lake- Aiichigaii and Sheri dan read, -were undo public today. Acecidiiiir to the plans, tin- hotel will be in live units, with the pcesi'iit !. Kdgow ater l'.oach hotel as ono unit. ; Tho archit'.'c'. s have platiiiiil l.iwiij rociiis. The cost is e.-timal oil ;il $1"'- on", li. ii. A theater seating ".."c i is n feature j of the plans. R. R. BOARD MEMBER SUED FOR DIVORCE Rv 'hp Associated rrrna.) C'ncinnati. May V- Ih'tiry lliinl, member of tho railroad 'alinr hoaiil. and former mayor of Cincinnati, was today sued for divorce by .Mrs. Thoiinis Hunt. SEE BILL 4 Have you Real Estate, Farm Land or Personal Property to sell? LET BILL DO IT. If you want to sell your Illinois' farms, houses or lots, LIST IT WITH BILL. If you want to buy a farm in Illinois, Minnesota, North Dakota or Wiscon sin, : CONSULT BILL. 5 acre pieces, up to 2.000 acres, ranging in price from $20.00 an acre up to $500.00 per acre. If you w.tnt to sell or buy pronert of nny kind rrr.ke known your vvanls. ! City property bought and sold Win. H. Fou lie Utica, Illinois Tel. 131-R or 1124-R. Dealer In Real Estate, Ottawa Banking & Trust Company OFFICERS I I. W. JOHNSON, President W. E. PRICHARD, Vice President GEO. O. GROVER, Cashier T. E. WILHELM, Asst. Cashier H. L. ARNOLD, Secretary DIRECTORS W. E. Prichard L. W. Merrifield M. P. Trumbo H. W. Johnson. W. F. Weese H. L. Arnold M. C. Hodgson Harry W. Bellrosc Geo. O. Grover CONDENSED REPORT Showing the Condition of the Ottawa Banking & Trust Co. as made to the Auditor of Public Accounts at the close of business, May 4, J920. RESOURCES Lo.itis and Discounts '..$1,295,044.38 United States Bonds, par value 75,300.00 War Savings and Revenue Stamps ,.. 1.055.50 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 68.730.13 Other Real Estate owned 3,224.43 Due from State Banks and Bankers and Cash on Hand 232.347.42 $1,675,661.86 LIABILITIES Capital stock $ 100,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 96.838.93 Reserve for Taxes and Interest 3.310.44 Deposits 1 435,512.49 Bills Payable -. .' 40,000.00 $-1,675,661.86 IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS, IF NOT, TELL US. 3 PER CENT. COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY, PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. TIME CERTIFICATES ISSUED, BEARING 3 PER CENT. PER ANNUM IF LEFT 'JO DAYS OR LONGER. WE MAKE FIRST MORTGAGE FARM LOANS AT ALL TIMES, AT RULING RATES OF IN. TEREST. TRUST DEPARTMENT: IT IS A RAPIDLY GROWING CUSTOM TO PLACE THE MAN. AGEMENT OF ESTATES IN THE CARE OF TRUST COMPANIES. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ACT FOR INDIVIDUALS, FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS, AND AS CAREFUL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO SMALL ESTATES AS TO LARGE ONES. A PAIR of KINGS v AulomobilM r4 V Motor Truck S (mm:)-) o j b, 3 0 o 6.1 e e o h FARM PROBLEMS SOLVED WITH THE TRUCK THE ONLY QUESTION WHICH ONE? SEE " . v cs- A .'--'A PILES; ARE YOU A SUFFERER? My Best Reference I Hcve Visited Your Town and Adja cent Towns for Twenty Years. OR, J. N. SHALLENBERGER Will bo at Ottawa, III., at Hotel Otta wa, Wednesday, May 26, 19"0. film day only tiim rnturu vory 28 diiy. Otllce Hours: 8 a. m. to 0:00 p. m. I Treat Hie Following Conditions Chronic Diseases ot thu None, and Throat, Urouchiul Tubes nnd LunK", Indigestion, UyspepHia, Constipation, Liver Diseases nnd Stomarh and Bowels, Uladder nnd Urlnai Troubles, Neuralgia, llheuraatlsra, Skin Disorders, Headache,- Droptty, Old Sores, Uleors, Nervous Diseases, Clood I'oison, Female Diseases. Fistula, Fissure an1 Itect"' diseases treated without cutting or Ipain. Without surgical operation or detention from business. it you have some trouble which is luo to excesses, dissipation, bad habits, etc., etc., you should In justice to yourself, your family and your future children, take the proir Hops to place yourself in tha best possible physical condition. No man should be too modest, nor should he bo ashamed to seek medical ndvico on these private ailments. The fluty ol the physician is to relieve K'UTering humanity and the treatment of these troubles lu jutt as legitimate- as the treatment of diseatM of the stomach, kidney, etc. Seek proper medical advice at once; for neglect may be fatal to your whole future happiness. Are you in nefid of treatment for any of those special diseases and weaknesses that rob men ot the pleasure and happiness of life? Ai'a you weak, d'tvous, despondent? Do you feoi yourself slipping, not tdck but slowly going back? Do you lack the vim and vigor ot former days? Do vou ll!lV0 headaches and dirtiness? llavt you some private disease or weakness, some urinary trouble with burn ing, scalding frequent urination, discharges? Is your blood diseased? Have you Blood Poison, syphilis Hie "Drea.l of Blood Diseases," skin eruptions, copper colored spots, falling hair, sores, uclers, pains in the bone, enlarged glands, prostrate glan'l. sorr mouth, sore throat? MANY SPECIAL AND NERVOUS DISEASES. Of both men. and women which are not named here are treated with success, and health, hope and happiness restored. I do not treat acute diseases, chronic cases being my specialty. Remarkable results perfect ed in skin and heart diseases. Appendictis, dropsy, enlarged veins and glands and rupture often cured without the knife. Special Attention Given to Surgical Cases. Examination, Consultation and Advice Free. Refernce, South Side State Bank, Chicago, III. HOME ADDRESS: DR. J. N. SHALLENBERGER, 4133 MICHIGAN AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone Boulevard 429. Try a Free Trader-Journal Want Ad for Results Service to All. Safety to All. People's Trust & Savings Bank o! Ottawa Illinois Capital Stock, $50,000.00 OFFICERS JOI IN GARLAND, President. W. D. DUNCAN, Vice Pres. THOS. B. KENDRICK, Cashier. DIRECTORS John Garland. Richard Wolfe. W. D. Duncan. P. J. Clune. W. F. Stanton. Jr. P. J. Ma! toney. R. D. Mills Statement of the condition at the close of business, May 4th, I 920, as made to the Auditor of Public Accounts: RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $443,314.53 Treasurer's Savings Certificates . . . 854.00 Overdraft 363.17 War Savings Stamps 456.56 Banking Furniture and Fixtures . . . 8,000.00 Bonds 11,910.00 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . 42,086.81. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 6,000.09 Undivided Profits 4,906.19 Deposits . x 446,078.88 "$506985.07 OUR STEADY GROWTH May 4, 1918, $163,641.35 May 4, 1919, $356,194.32 May 4, 1920, $446,078.88 We have been in business about two and one-half years and our assets are over one-half million dollars. The principle of this bank is to serve the public. This is the only bank that shares its profits with its depositors. , ,, ; i- ,.,,. ,u ...... k. A greatest returns. 4 Per Cent paid semi-annually on deposits in our Savings Department. Strong with the strength of conservative business methods. Every dollar on deposit with us is safeguarded by our capital and surplus and reliable stockholders, and is under State .supervi sion. Our Safety Boxes are covered by insurance against burglary. Rent one at $1.00 per year and up, and protect your bonds and val uable papers. It is the intention of this bank to make it easier to save, to make safe investments and give legal counsel in your busi ness matters. Start saving today. It takes just one dollar to open an account. 4? I