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SATURDAY, MAV 15, 1920.
PAM SIX
OTTAWA PHK TilJfiH - JUUKNAL.
EVERETT TRUE
BY CONDO.
TH4T Kind of riovc ves, r. knoj that, I
IS OUT Of TH'3 QueS - I jGOT USTC-M
TlON I DoM'T VoU f jNHr KNOuj HOW
KVWtO THAT'S Alrj L cj. tf.N c3GT
IHf COOP CN (t ' v-.
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Today's Markets
WEEKLY GRAIN AND
PROVISIONS REVIEW
Chicago. May
italloy times
U.llll -Wee). Ill'
market coiitinii
way i radio ilil!
I 'n;iiiiiil)lt- and
llospito some lies
Mit extraordinary up-
pr.i f?- in Hie corn
il t his ,w-ek. Kail
i nil Irs w t i c largely
so too was activity
ot export call lor breadstuff's. Com
pared willi a ween ago, corn quota
, ti.uiw this inoniluK showed lc to ,'tV
otlvaiii -, oats varied from 1 it'
ll ne lo gain, ami provisions were
up 10 f,.-c.
I'd 'sist.-nt -tuhnrrassinent met in
i ht. lining coin here available for iiu
mediate ue focused the attention of
iraiitT almost continually on ime
tiotis of transportation. Mopes of a
..tail'ial 1 ei tii'incnt of supplies were
ond 4i. M.40; thin! IV-.
Islaml. The closing was tirm. Sales
approximated 27.1, mm shares. Ubert.v
bonds continued to iei line, however
witli lloinltial dealing in :he general
IhiiiJ list.
Potatoes.
Chicago, May 1"..- Potatoes steady .
receipts. cars; nort ru-rn whites
racked and bulk f, 2. -7 Canadian
$.-,.;:,.
Ni w yttady; Plo. id.i. b.nr.-'s. N'.i. 1
?' I .'.it; No. tfl'l: T. Xas Tl i
mill lis, k - Jim u and-,
fourth 4 -4 s, s'l tc'; Victon :!;s4-. !"."
Victory is, '.i."i,"iL'.
S) WOMB
YANKS TO BE BARRED
FROM POLO GROUNDS
arc -e,l (c. orders
loads that prt-fci't-n
loading, hut the i
yb-ld. and po-simis-look
was voicd in
hoard of 'fade i v
prominent r.tilwav
. ; : ii 1 1 y. Ai lion o
w in at hoard in In.
, '.:!i.o!ian h a!
, unit- d a- a decidei
the i oi n market, an
,-hasis on suheipi.
pe.in demand for w h
he- I'nited Slates.
(lats were weake
competition and !y
pn.inote trow i h.
Provisions s mpat
vance of corn.
m several western
e he given 10 Ki'ain
i.p'sl.cil failed to
mi as to the out
stati ments on the
one of the most
o!li ials in the
f the Canadian
sting the price ol
to c a bushel
! further factor in
al pul special em
.nt. urgent l'.uro-
at and noiir trom
Wall Street.
New York, .May 1 Y A more cheer
f il feclinis prevailed in i;n stock niar
ket today, prospects it a reial ol
(;o!d imports causing consideralde
short coverings.
llealinn.H worn li;ht. In weer. re
fleet itiK the reduced attendance ot
members oil '.he Moor o! the exctiatlKt'.
I'ools were active in several of the
shippings, oils and - ;.ei ia!t tes, sii-'i-stantlal
pains beinn reioidul by A--luntic
(iulf. Mexican and I'an-Amt ri
can Petroleum, Industrial Alcohol and
some of the automofnle isiies. Tc
tiles and tobaccos also tip tired iu tu
petieral iinproveiiient with .-tub rails
as 1 tiion PaciiW, K.aJinp and Hock
tied
by Canadian
her likely to
ith the ad-
WALLACE GRAIN
No. 4 white corn
No. 4 yellow corn . . .
MARKETS.
Jl.
EXPORT DEMAND
ADVANCES CORN
No.
No.
I'.ite corn .
yellow corn
l.T'i
1 S2
IS!
in."
LOCAL MAI1KETS
in;
rook
Ke,-n
iBv
apo.
an'e
epc
MARSEILLES
MISS THERESA PHILLIMORE,
Repreientative, Branch Office Phillimore Bulldlnfl
Local Notes.
?li-,, Tlieo Poole spent today in Of
tawa.
Glen Shaver of Cicero, 111., arrive;;
here this afternoon 'o visit his wife
atui children, visitinp Mr. and Mrs. .1.
1). Logan.
Miss Cora Simmons spoilt yesterday
in I.a Salle.
Mrs. John I.ois and son went '
Aurora, 111., today for a week end
visit with relatives
Mrs. Charles Miles and children
and Miss Iteulah Locus went, lo Cor
nell today to visit, friends.
Mrs. Horace Kovard and Mrs. M.
HaMeruni .spent, esieiday in l.i
Salic.
Mrs. Al Miller spent today in Ot
taw a.
Miss Marthcna Meyers spent todav
in Ottawa.
Harry Tinimons went t i Atlanta.
Iowa, today for a several weeks' is P
with friends.
Mrs. lien l.ipsey of Chicapo attend-
of
M I'-
r o!
ed the fuiural
Iturke.
Mrs. .lark Carper:
visiting here at 'he hos:
'Mr. S. K Thorr.b-rif.
Social at Ben:'
Mac-'arel
Teator i;
l Mr. and
H-me.
A sot-
Mrs S
of pit';
churca
sper.t
panics.
mts;C
nit :;;s
were s
ed the
ial was i .
Uentiey s
s al !; .'-
parlors
in .1h mtr
A ' r ;-e
dnrir.e
Of iTt. k i
erved T..
socia! foil.
- n
,p bv
,da
j ret. Di.. Verna Heed. Heiilah l.oiuis.
! Anna Uernstnm.. Bertha l.opar
i Kdith Ben i ley. Mr--. Willard Dix. Mr-. ';
j Koben Dawson. Mrs. William Singer, j
; Gladys Heed, Kdith Cumin anil Grace
. Partridge. !
Mrs. Margaret Burke. j
! The remains of the late Mrs. Mar-i
! paret Hurke. who died Thursday after
i noon at the Wesley ho.-pital. ("liicaao.
1 following an operation for appendi
i citis. arrived here this morning. Ac
I i-ompariyiiip the body were Mrs.
! Burke's children. Missis Anna and
j Winifred and John of Chicago, Mrs.
i Kdward Murphy of Marseilles and
I Mr.-i. William McCormick of Ottawa.
and son-m-Iaw, Joseph MfWully I
Chicapo. The services were held at
Hi o'clock at St. Joseph's ( lurch. !!ev.
l-'ather O'l.oliphlin ottkiate.l Inter
ment was made in Mount Calvat.
cemetery in Seneca. '
You've Never Seen I
A film like "The Idol Lancer. ' the j
production which nearly cost the lives ,
of I). W. Griflith and his party on ',
board the Gray Duck off the Bahama. ! .-
This picture will be i-hown in this
city ai the Coliseum theater on Mav
L'.'.th. Mtisio bv the Johnson inches
:ra. Adv.
A Home Talent Play
Kntitb'd "The Private Tuioi " will be
--hen by t.ie .loliet Waltlnr League
ai the Coliseum theater June I, l'.c.'i,
Marseilles. 111. Admission. cent-:.
Adv.
First Congregational Cnurch.
Sunday school a' lu a. in. Preach
inp a' 1! a. m. Theme, "The Lure of
God's Givat Outdoors '' Rev. and Mi's
inp Associated T'reas )
May 1'. - Kresh advances
today in the corn marke:.
r demand for wheat vva
an i vident bullish factor. Beside.-,
there a;peaied to lie little chanie o;
any initm iltate substantial relief for
the scantiiu-s of prain supplies at thc
leading rail ay terminals. Openinp
c iota ions, which langed trom ( 'o
Mc hither, with .lily JKT'j t'
i 1 . T v a4 aIi,l September $1 i'.4:14 to
il '.4Ts. were followed by a slight re
action and then by material stains ali
around.
Oats ascended with com. Alter
oneninir 'mC to l'c hither, inclndinp
July at !t::'4c to th
continued to climb. Weakio
values tended to make provi
iiuyt rs were, scarce.
market
; ill hop
ins sap.
Produce.
Chicago. May 1 :.--- Butter lower;
i creamery. 47-"itj,jC.
, Kgps unchanged; receipts. 2ti."2:
cases.
Poult ry Alive unchanged.
Toledo Seed Market.
i Toledo. May 1.1.- Clover eed
; Prime cash. October, i.'4; He-
Icember, il'::.2"i.
Alsike -Prime cash, $Jt.."ii; I)c-em
. her, $24.3.1.
Timothv Prime cash. PMT. $1.41;
HUH. $1 4.1 ; 1 :1 Jill; May. $."...11.
i , plember. $.1.N.1; October. $.".;..; lie
'cembei. $1.Tu; March. $1.sTC..
Live Stock.
Chicapo, May 1.1 - Hops Keceipi s,
! tj.iniu head; io Id over, M.tH'i; Very
.-low; few scatteiinp sales mostly L'.li
lower than yesterday's average; final
ity fairlv pood; average cost veslej
day, $lt'f .
Cattle Receipts, 2.0. hi he-id.
Sle-cy Uftuipls. .1 Ml hwid.
iSpringers, 23c.
Roosters. 11c.
Hens, 2"ic.
Stags, lXc.
Turkeys, :i0-3lc.
Uucks, 25c.
Pigeons, luc
Kgps. 4ic.
Butter, 50c.
Lard, 20c.
Cooking butter, 30c.
Packed Pggs, 30c.
Cream, 61c.
Hides ana Wool.
Horse hides, $7.60.
No. 1 hides, ID., lac
No. 2 hides. He.
No. 1 culf, lb., 3.1c.
Musktats, 00c to $' 60.
Skunks, $2 to $s
Haccuon, $1.50 to $7.
Mink, $2 to 10.
Live Stock.
Steers, stoclt, cwt., $ti-S; fat. cwt
$10-12.
Calves, cwt., $10-1 1.
Spring lauiba, cwt., $10-11.
Hogs, cwt., $13.15.
GRAIN QUOTATIONS
Chicago market report furnished by
V. Kirby. ludiiager Simons, Day
& Co
Phone
Room
312 .Moloney Building.
Liberty Bond
New York. Ma 1"
day w ere : 3 Us, tin
second 4s, M I , f i r-i
Quotations.
- l-'inal prices to
rn; lir-.st 4s. N4
t 1 '4 s. s.1. 74 ; sec-
Prev
High Low. Close, close.
Corn
May I.b74 l.IMi l.!Hi,-i l.Ht!
July !.7H 1.77U 1.7U l.T-S
Sept 1. til's l.4 1 G4 " .iU
Oats
Muv .... l.ii7U M'-"'7!, 1.0'!' l..itl
July h4 .'i2 .ICS;
Sept 77 !8 . 7 1; i i .7t;ij .7t;-'-
Cash Markets.
'orn
No. 3 mixed 2.14
No. 3 yellow 2 1.1 -2. Hi
Mi. 1 yellow 2.1-1 -2. Hi
Nl-. .". white 2.14 -LI")
No. 4 mixed 2. 13
Oats
No. 2 white LIU -1.17
! No. 3 white l it
ASure.Safe and Sensible
Method of Planting
V. A. Stphens. Mrs. Mary (..all an,.
Burton II. Tbutber will attend the
Illinois state confeietiee. in Wilmeite.
leaving Marseilles 'Monday morning
on the HkJii train. On account, of
the absence of the minister t.ietf will
'it. no iiid-vveek service. K. A.
S:e. liens, minister.
Services at the Baptist i lliin ll-
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching
services a 11; subject of the sermon,
"Twentieth Century Witnessing;" ev
ening services at 7:30; the subject of
the sermon will be "Revealed Relig
ion." This will J)o the second sermon
in the series of studies in the Chris
tian religion.
Today in the Court House
Record of Real Estate Transactions and Business of the Circuit,
County and Probate Tribunals.
Circuit Court
Don't waste the effort you have spent in .electim?
and maturing your seed corn by dropping the kernels
into the ground in a hit or miss fashion. Spend your
wot king capital in a way that will return a profit 'jn your
investment. Plant lor a bumper crop with the
New Cases
II I bin a vs Samuel
Bill lor partition. V
W
CO.
MOLINE
FOUR WHEEL
II Johnson vs
ft al--r.1U lo
W. Cook, solr.
Kst Julius Mosback
Jonathan
establish
PLANTER
It handles all grades of corn with unfailing accuracy. When you set it as
desired you can be sure every time it "clii :ks" that the bill goes in right. With
this planter you are absolutely sure of three things-
The Moline Line
of Implements
Plow.
Hrrtv.
Plantar
Cultivator
Cram Drill
Lime Sower
Mnwtn
Hay Rana
Hay Leader
Hay fttackcr
Cram Bindar
Corn Binder
fttlM Scale
Sprcadar
Woiom
MollnLfnivaral Tractor
YJ Stvphan 8hm Sis
1. There will be no
missing of bills the simple
drop never fails to work
and you can plant acre
after acre with unfailing
accuracy.
2. The corn is placed in
the moist compact furrow
at a uniform depth ami
packed by the four wheels
so that every good seed
will germinate surely and
quickly.
3. Whether you drive
fast or slow every hill will
be complete and separate
there will be no tendency
to string or scatter.
Fiiriiltipd wllh a drill ur ar
tlluct altaihmrtil it JcireU.
U 4 til l) Chas
Dana et al
P. Hills, solr
2U;i7('h0Htci'
.1 Coodell
title. Hoy
IMtllK Inre
trustecslilii.
24L1PJ A P Harwood vs Richard Thorn
ft. al bill to quiet title, Kelly,
Kelly it Kelly, solrs.
Chancery Orders
-4 ISO Rleddel vs Allen et al- Order
lixiiiK C A . Si solr fees and for
distribution.
L'l'.uO.'l M I, & W ! C vs N I I, X- Tn
Co mo by defis for lv to withdraw
demurrer & answer instanter
Kranted. W II Hoys & A J O'Cotior
entered for ilefls.
21021 Parsons vsi Parsons Cause re
ferred to Master to tako and rept
proofs.
wifu to KUie
b. 2. Tweed's
May x, l'J2
gcr to (b'omi
b. '1. (iron
lor; $",B: i.
May 1
Wilson I
U. 12. :i
Mav 1
Wilson
U. II. '
.May
Wib on
Ann Nolan, e. 'L It.
add. Mendota; $1.10".
. Ceorge. and Lena See
and Susie Slrotnak, It.
ioii'k second add. Htrea-
SINCE 1865 "MOLINE" flN A F4dm
IMPLEMENT HAS BEEN A MARK OF QiJALl TY
Warranty Deeds
April HI. IMHi, Harriet II. SI reel -r
and liu band lo Ire, brick B. Streeter.
w. -s It. ;i of out It. lit. Assessors'
sub., etc , Cttawa; $1.
'May 10, BIL'O, Alfred It. Nolan and
K'2!. William and Asnen
to William A. Wilson, n. w.
:m, 2; $1.
i:l, 1J2), William and Amies
o V illiain A. Wilson, n. e.
12. Hi20, William and Agnes
lo Robert .1. Wilson, w. -t n
',; ti. V-j, s. w. 14, 2, :!, 2; $l.
May 1:1, 1:120, William and Anne
1 Wilson to Robert .1. Wilson, w. 20
j acn. s. s. .w. '4 2. w. 20 acs. n. Vi
n. w 14, 11. :t4, ; Jl.
May 12, PJ20, William and Asnes
Wilson to Christine Willsey, e. V2 n.
e. '4. 2, 24, 2; II.
Jan. 21, HHS, Ottawa Lumber and
( oal Company to L. M. Hane Lumber
Company, Its. t to 12, b. C. States' add.
Ottawa; $1.
May 12. IH20. Ameliu Ilitchko to
Sabina and John llalke. Its. lit, 20, h.
s. Kactory add. l-trea'.or; $40:'.
May , Ht'.'u, II. 8. and Carrie K.
Lester lo Amnion S. .lohnson, M . !t
to 12. b. 2. Carter Al- Ulnsmore's sub.,
etc., Slteator; $1,000.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Built for Fighting.
The beak of the 'mkIu In shnrper
and Mtronner than that of the vulture,
nd the claw, belnu required for thu
tnptiire of living pivy, tire iiiuch tuor
boldly curved ami more sharply point
nl. The henh of t lit "Wfcle In nearly
KtiulKht fnr.tuHiiH it1tnme from th
KHHe ami .sWrn ttiiitiWil I.U1TUM down
tvuids lutu a sbai p bcok.
IMitsbui'K. I'a.. May l1,'.. -The New
York American league baseball club
will not use the Polo grounds for its
New York City games after the close
j of this season, according to an an
I iiotinceineiit today by Manager Mc-
(Iraw of then New York Nationals,
h'he lease held by the New York
Americans will expire at thai time,
j Mcti raw said, and will not be reiiew
' i-il . A colilel dice here between Charles
! A. Slonebam. president of the New
'York Nationals, and Met! raw resulted j
:n the decision. I
Breaks Promise. Says Ruppert. j
New York. May 11. "If we are or-;
' ilered off the Polo grounds ii will;
I mean that our' National league rivals;
.will go back on their word to the!
Yankees," said Col. Jacob Kupperl.
j president of the New York American 1
league club today. "When the Fed
eral league peace settlement was
Iniade early 111 I V 1 , one ot the stlptl
Ijations was that the New York Na
tionals should grant us a long term
j lease on the Polo grounds. We had a
'verbal understand. ng to that effect
.However, if the (Hants do not want
lis any longer on the Polo grounds.
; tin re is no Use li ving to stay around.
.We probably will find a home smue
' where for l'-1-!."
MEADOWS EYE CUT
BY BATTED BALL
Pittsburg. Pa., May 1.1. Lee Mead
ows, pitcher for the Philadelphia Na
tionals, suffering an injury .0 his eye
Thursday afternoon which will de
prive Manager Cravath of his services
on the wesieu trp, and maybe longer.
After the game bad been declared off
by the Pittsburg manager Hie Phillies;
continued batting practice. Meadows
was nt bat when the ball glanced off
the bat handle and struck him in ihe
lett i ye, breaking bin spectacles and
flitting both eyelids and the while of
the eye
new they
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. 1.. Pel . I
Cleveland Hi 0 .727 i
Boston I I 7 .11117 I &
Chicago II 0 '"'"'" :J5
New York II II ..".HO t X
Washington 11 11 ..loo i
,-t. Louis lo II .1711 1
Philadelphia 7 12 .2.10 i
1 retro it ,1 17 .227 j
Yesterday's Results.
Washington. !; Detroit, S.
Games Todav.
St. Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Auto and Buggy Top
Curtains made and re
paired on short notice.
HIGH SCHOOL LADS
IN INTER-STATE MEET
Chicago. III. Mav M-Twenty on-
nigh schools jf Illinois and Wisconsin
with 21.S individual a blelics, will com-
j pete this afternoon in the annual inter
j scholastic track and lield champion
i ships at Lake Forrest college. In the
j absence of the Cniversity of Chicago
j prep meet this season, the event at
! Like Fores today will rank with the
I annual I'niver.-ity of Illinois hingh
i school track carnival as the ehi -f
1 cvi nt of the kind for this state.
; Oak Park high, which already
; W. L. Pi'.
' Cincinnati 1.1 !i .1121
; Boston M 7 ..l.ss
- 1 Pittsburgh 11 ! .'c'iO
j Brooklyn 11 0 ..laO
! Chicago 12 12 ..It'll
I Philadelphia 0 12 .40H
; SI Louis tl 12 . J '.
, New York 7 12 .2iiS
i Yesterday'"! Results.
1 Brooklyn. ;1; St. liuis, 1.
, Cincinnati, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
Chicago. 7; Boston. 4.
! New York Pittsburgh, cold.
Games Today.
i Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at St.
Louis.
' New York al Pittsburg. Philadelphia
iat Cincinnati.
fend hi- title against Leo. Handy, ot
the Detroit A ('.. A. Siegler of the Ill
inois A. ('., and Harry Pierson, a local
j swimmer. The second championship
's event will be the live hundred yard
won the undisputed indoor honors in
Cook county, and carried off the an
nual interscholastic at Beloit college,
is entered with a full eam. and is a
favorite. The event is restricted to
high school., no academies or priva'e
4schools being entered.
North Division and West Division
high schools of Milwaukee, Racine and
Kenosha, will be the Badger state's
best bets against Hie well balanced
Oak Park squad. From dovynstate,
Danville will send some picked men
expected to break in the scoring.
The meet will develope keen com-.j
petition tor high scoring honors anions
the individual stars, with Herb Steger
of Oak Park and Dave Kimball of Deer
lield the outs'a.iding performers from
the Chicago prep contingent.
breast stroke for women with Thelma j
Darby, Kegina Hies and Margaret j
Woodbridge competing. I
New and second hand
Buggies; also all kinds of
repairing neatly and
promptly done.
Sharpie's Cream Sep
arators and supplies.
H. G. KRUSE
MISS LEITCH RETAINS
GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
Ni w (astle. County Iiow n, Ireland,
May LI. Miss . "oil l.eitc.i re ained
her title to the British wcini a's go'f
championship yesterday by defeating
Miss Molly (liitliths in the Mini roend
of the tournament, 7 and ii. Favor
able weather conditions marked the
playing of the deeiditi" round, which
was followed by a huge gallery ol
t-pectato rs.
Mi.ss Lt itch opened w ith a s eadv
game, wtiile her opponent was 'weak
on the greens, her poor putting being
partially responsible for the loss ot
the first three holes
Miss Crilliths' play improved some
what as the match progressed, but at
the turn the champion was goitu-j
.steady. Ai the close of the first j
round Mis.s Leiu.i's stroke score was
.HO to Miss Critliths' Ml. Miss Leitch
maintained her lead throughc .;. the
second round.
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Established Policy
The established policy of the
First National Bank is safety for
every dollar and a service to
meet every legitimate require
ment. Your account subject to
check is welcome and invited.
RICKERD IN ILLINOIS
TO BOOST PRIZE FIGHTS
First NdTISNflL
OTTAWA
Chicago, May 1.1. George L., more
fimiliarly known as "Tex," lUekard.
hexing pre tnotf de luxe, invaded
noithern Illinois territory again un
announced. Thursday he came into
Chicago, sjut 1 his time unlike the
lime a lit It? more than a year ago,
w aen he adorned his pedal extremi
ties with ".sneakers'' and came to
a "Botil Mich" hostelry to match
Jack Dempspy with Jpm illard for
that memorable Toledo strap last
July Rlekard was willing to allow
it to be known that he was among us
It wouldn't, be a bit surprising- If
:he future, develcped that this same
"Tex" had pulled an oar for kgallzed
boxing in Illinois. The fact thai
ICrkaid s,wung stub, a heavy punch
in tho action that sent, the Walker
bill through both houses In the state
of N't w York and put it up to the
governor to sign leaiU one to believe
thero mlgh'. be somevhlng in this
dope.
WILDE KNOCKS OUT
PHILADELPHIA BOY
Philadelr aia. Pa., May 1.1. Jimmy
Wilde, the KngliMi lad who holds the
world's flyweight title, knocked cut
Uattling Murray of this city In the
windup at the National A. C. last
night. The bout w.is scheduled for
eight rounds, but Wilde put over 'he
Mulshing wallop alter two minutes
and twelve seconds of t'.ie second
round.
Battery and Electrical Service Station
Phone 907-W
(M)
Starting, Lighting and Ignition Specialists.
Prompt Repairs. Everything Electrical for 217 West Main Street
the automobile. OTTAWA
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TWO A. A. U. SWIMMING
TITLES CONTESTED FOR
Indianapolis, May 15 Two r.ation il
A. A. V. swimming titles will he de
cided nt the Marlon Club pool here
tonight. Perry McCilllvray national
150 yard back stroke champion will do-
Starved Rock Park
DANCE PAVILION
Opening Night, Sun., May 16
1 920,' and every Wednesday and Sunday night
thereafter.
STEADMAN'S ORCHESTRA
If you don't want to dance in a proper man
ner, don't come!
Improper dancing of any kind is not per
mitted! Four dances for 25c; 85c for entire even
ing, including war tax.
Ferry, 10c one way; I 7c round trip.
Main and River Road open. Canyon
Drive road closed. ,, ...

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