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OTTAWA FKEB TRADER - JOURNAIV
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, V)20. PAQt THRU WESTERN DEALERS INAUGURATE ORGY OF PRICE CUTTING 4 SLASH CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS BECAUSE OF ALLEGED INADEQUACIES OF SHIPPING TIGHTENED MONEY MARKET UIC STORbS INVOLVED. (IV 'I... AMS.iillateil ITef-H ) A wan1 iif pine cumin', iii retail (hdlliliK cod'! I cili'h i III', I'l'iilll llli' ML sissippi valley In tit l'acilic coast wis lepoilod i : T el ila V . I lispali le's from lwciit. four cilif.-i ill thai iciTiiory tH of promised reilu.. tions rniii'.iiii'. fioin ), pi r cent Iii 1 1 1 i i m .-i prolil. Llnidiehil uiil lioi'M n-s in Chiearo ; ad t In- lililn .it Hilts Wcle I hilt I ii' in h decline Would hi' limited Iii roadv In Wear ilolhiliK, principal! .wuinn'. fai'inepts anil silks. Shoes unc .11 tin' list afleeted. To-hl money and inaii'iiali' trans portal km facilities wi ll' cited anion;, tin' pi inn' reasons fur I In; nicrcuul i In 1 1 . v 1 1 1 - 1 1 . iias in dolnerv i.i coods ill which liHIrh luoliov hail been ticil up. wiih inahilily i'l 1 .1 111 n 1 i ii' !-'iM wain ami live stuck to marled, wi'iv saiil in many Instances to hav' iiitlui'lii t'il 1 ti 1 r hauls. An officer of one of 1 he Icailinc, 11 parlini'lit stores of Chicago lb elan d ilie price reiluct ion nieaiil also lh.it lie calleil "a hysterical demand frmi he puhlic for lower prices." The merchitnts wire livim; hi satisfy ul::i! 1 tirrent reilnctions, lie :i ii i . mi.nhi In only tcmpornrv, A linaucial authority : aid that il polls III price CIlttlllK. V. el'e dipi'loi iilile, lliey Il.dicaleil ,1 tendency iov;:i. a reduction in hm ntorii's. Thoiidi Ilii- midil he temporary, he .-aid, il was niidonh edly jrooil in thai it sii'-' jested thai merchants were fining aliead mote 1 aui iously. Sales ore iieinp Ik Id tinder various names. In Topeka, Kan., a man' ihitliitiK llrin annoii'.ced ;i "no pr.iiil" sale 1 lepa rtmeiil stores in St. Louis advert ised "under. idliim 'campuUii.-." Twenty tier cent cuts were the mo.-! popular, (in the l'acilic runs! Tiiooiua dealers announced en's from u per IN THE MOVIES ARTISTS SOON TO APPEAR AT THE LOCAL HOUSES. "BURNING DAYLIGHT" FINISHED. 5 y. l t4XXM,t ii -m ...n ong aatd-l firfsa IO U ti 1 .. 13 Hon) Ileiiilo, Texas, whore, liu spent the winter nioiiilis. Miss Mnrniiret (''osier of Chicago Is 11 niie.st at the home of Key. ones and I'amilv. .Mr. it lid Mrs. K. ('. Otl of MoiiiovIk, Californiii, enine In Freedom last Tiienduy to upend the hummer months. ,uito h large crowd attended the il lustrated lectures in the HardiiiK church lasl Sunday nlfelii. Next Sun day nl.uhl the pictures will he In Japan. TONIOA. final seen, 'i ha vi lie '. I), .-hurtle:!. The Thursday club meets with Kiln, Stillvell May IMl. .Mrs. Irtuit Oreiiior visiieil her daughter, Mrs. Kd. Lambert, the past W'l'l Miss liertlice I'lilllips of Strcntnr was a visitor In the A. K. I'liillips home last week a few days. The Tunica Wonnuis' club meets v-IMi Mrs. Minnie Ci.foid May li-l. Covered dish lunclieim, C. W. IliKdon and family have move,, inui ine .virs. 1,. aiioiiiiiii jnai-e , 1 a i ti ti.M . Iowa, and on 1110 west sine. .Mrs. ilasHt'lman Is havlnn a new floor laid in her liiiihen this week. Does this coinintinii y care as much for its children as il cares for ils live stock-, or its roads, or its real estate? Koy Smith of ChicnKo isiied his f:raiidparentH, Mr. and Airs. K. (). S111 1 h and bis brother Marry and fam ily Saturday and Sunday of last week. Airs. Win. I.owry of Cliirar-.n and Inns. I.owry ol Anthony, Kans.. havi !m pruilii' I ion 1 i 1c M.'ro disl rilnitiu system i.t Ite.miM'. Ilaylichl." .lack l.oii lon's j Hi'.-a! tiovi I of 111" in n 'bland, eiiacled hy an e 1 il i in.i! 1 ast that iiicbi.h Milchel! Lev, i.;. Ih i-i I'eri'.il on and '!lii:'.!i ' Moi.c. The piciure. !: h-ii was i'l 'de ;,l the Metro Initios in Catiloi -1 1 : ; 1 and in il;e Tru l'-e -now con,,!! ', , ,v.i ; ilii'ecl.'d by Kilwanl Slo- "IhirnliiK liay!ir,ht." scen:ii'ioi.ed hy Albert Shelby Le Vino, is a story of A'aska in the days of the Kohl tu b. .Mitchell Lewi-: apH-ars in the titular role of "llaylijht" of Khun liiirnish. two Icteil sunt doti;'h who tries, to b -a! I In- H'all street puir af I ma l.inr, hi . pile in liie Vnkon. Kv.-in.-to:. I 1! 1,;: 11 y !!!ot h, i ' . ! ! 1 v 1 ea:-ia-, I,;, l.i-- M. u 1 1 a 1 -ol! s'l ! T.;o'n;ej li !, Mr-. Lao;.! ic of .-'a ' '! I'll . 1 , wiiii i islii i i: -. N- ,'a - i ick : i.e. . in a; !-;if;,ia. !li l-h'i! - !',!-.-! ii.., ;. v. il It i.pa. :al ;. it i. . Miss ' ' ;.i- !.! t : 1 . 'M, : and .ii i" t:,h pel an rt'iin 11 (cut flat to "pi elil !e.-.s sah'S." Sealtie leiaib-rs cut clolliiiii; 1 cut. In S;in l-'rancisc o one 11 tail liimnced ;i L'u per cent cut in all another l!u to .",11 per cent in 1 icominodil ies. Several Diuahii tor s s.iy ; ilk cuts were an per ecu'. In Wichi lit, Kan., silk shins haw been i- duied In .Minneapolis a lar.e depart m. sit slore announced a ren- ral cut o! 2" per cent. At Knowille. Tenn.. otic of tile larec;' depiirt ment sli 11 ; in.i.'. a nei'.eral discount of L'n per cent on almost i's en! ire slock. At ( iki'ihom.'! City uu to 'hi per com leilui lions wi re reported, line men's slore nt Muskogee cut evrvthinsr i1' to 2n per ci nt and other houses adver tised leduclioi. ; of per rent. At San Antonio. Texas. v. o d. pai ment Mores iiniiiium'ed 1 11M1 1 ioi,-. o! per cent, another ja r ent. At Wio o ii depiii 1 ment store announced a lil'lli off il-i places At l-'ortii Sum:'! Ark., I he iiileivd ri'ilucl ion vva;; -' per 1 en: , ill I'n. 1 I iluff III.- me ,-u! , Growing at Om.iha Omaha. Neb, May la Ivv.lil snuillei stores today joined lh- live Uivuv . tiiidislimeuis of from ::u lo :iu sii cent. One concern announced an -ol diliomil rcdiiclion of in per c-a! Slorcs which are except in;1 artici like men'.' collars hae proli.-led that oihtr cimcerns are iuiiiii! iiiese pi r cent a lorn; w it h the o' hers. Stores, reported record hceakiiif; ini ! itll-SS. 1'eople food in lino. Prices, on arious esseulials weie: Meii's shoes. to 1 1 men's bills. lo J!7.r.u; women'-, skins $1.7:i to $:!!..'" men's suits ranced trom $17. an to St,.,u. Waching:on Oettincj in Line Washington. I). C. May LI -Two hii'Ke WashnM.ion stoics announceii flat reductions today of l'u per cent in pl'i-'es. h:i J'a: i). Texas, Mi.v 1 !) - H.'dtlct ions of ',', per ecu' III price.- of shoc und of 'S per c. :il in eioi'iin: at: nottneed today by the lari'c: I iiep;ut incut j lore. Men's Wear Hit Indianapolis, .May II) - Si and suits for uu-n are tin tides of clothing to sufler radical reductions in Indiiina iind several of the lending inercliant!; of this city are offeriiit; nun's furnishings oday al from 2(1 to oil percent below former prices. One reliable establishment is offering silk- shirts for men at $l.!)i) or n I most half the amount formerly linked for Ihem. Heady to wear cloth in.u for women and children also are offered at preally reduced prices. The leading store at Terre Haute is offering ali men's and boy's frannents and shoes a' a reduction of percent The lirtit is, said to he the largest out Htters of men and boy's in Western Indiiina or Kust Central ll'inois. !.:;;.. 1 lliolll li ¬ bel !l s'boi far innu and will le releas"i shortly llinijbeen visilinK In the homes of Koy 10. I'ilini-r ami Itert ll.llehraud tlie pasl week. A hoy wiis: recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn l.i wis of Chicago, thus iidditiK the title of cianilparenis to Lev. anil Mrs. K. Lewis of Tunica. Mattie Foster was sick Monday and Mrs. ilsesie Koodoi' t;tui4ht the I'l'i m. iry room in her absence. i. A. Kinv.siiury b-i't Wednoy.day for Stanford. Mont., where he will ; peml several months lookinc after his land interests. Mrs. Alia Itadford has returned trom California where she went to at t ml her father's funeral and visit :i while with her mot her, Alts. . K. Koclder and sister Irina. Mrs. A. 1!. (Irani came home form the La Salle hospital lasl. week. She has recovered nicely from the opera lion hut rheumatism has made her a suiil'I'erer since. 1 Mrs. I-'. !". Lewis went, to Chicago Friday inorniiiK for a few days visit with her grandson before the state conference begins, Mr, Lewis going Sntuiday to preach at the Seward li W. '! , li'-l .hi 1.1 ,r j C.-oi.-ia i!!, M- is-. V. I'lili. .-' ; and i I itoi i Si-i ill... j A-1... N.luie llai:,cl '.',; .' Ill llpi-i' Sii'- U! il l..'. laeuiaii a a, i icli 1 1 y 1 , il An i i n tile winter. Wn.i: l " :h" lar;.e ;: li. Lid-' !r. and '. sseli! 1 ill,. Henry Von - Sap!. C. S. !!.'-, iiil- !,, Mi- . .'. .- !le'i! i ll'. i!'!.- : a w a. Th - I'a i-i.-n lv',i..i :-.i!..i v. t FREEDOM. 10 v. Join -' was in Aurora a few illivs last Week. Mrs. Mnithu ol: 011 and daughter, Miss lieitiii'i of Leiiimi, Mr. and Mrs. Merlon .laiiiiesoti of Ottawa were KDc-t.' of I;,! nii .ii i Jameson Sunday. . re- Oilier Mosey v.as 11 I'eoria visitor 1 hi: t I'ri.ia-, . 1 Tin' a1 it -es A in ram of ( )it:i',v.i rsi'i: sp.iii the week end with Miss Alma i" hi i Ois:.!l. Mr. and Mrs. llerhcri. Arent-en '''ci c '. laisi isitoiN i-iitiday. A. II. 'I' io-.-y of OMau-ii vi.-iteil r'.-l-: i.'.ivi s here pel t of la-l week. Mr. ai.d Airs. Cordon .Johnson of li Li nil Sunday and go on to Chicago Monday. Mrs, Lewis is also delegate to the State Koderaat ion of Womens' Clubs which meets in that city this w eek. Mrs. Maud M. Howe died at b"r home two and a half miles east, of Tonlca, May II, Li'.'n, after u long siege of sickness. Funeral services vere held in the M. 10. church Sunday at 2: mi p. m. conducted by Rev. il. It. Knslske. she leaves to mourn her loss her two sons, Lee and Warren; one grandson. Clen Kowe, and three brothers und throe sisters. I). I!. Van- laliingham, Atnert Vanlnning! , Herbert Vuiiliningliain, Mrs. Alice Craves, Mrs. Margaret , and Mrs. Kttu Ksclit and a host of other rela tives. Kluier Lavid chestnut, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Chestnut, was bom in McN'abb, 111., Dec. V, 1SS7 ami died in Olnrksville, Iowa, April J'!, lhil", agi d years, 4 months and II days. He. was married to .Miss Kthel Walraili on August 2J, I'jli). He is survived by his wife, his father and mother, three sisters, Mrs. II. A. 1'oe Anna and Agnes Van Slyke of Clarksville, and two brother.-,, Samuel 1,., and 'Kdwiu I... all of whom wehe with him when he passed away. The funeral ser vices, were conducted by the liev. Thus Sherman, pastor of the Presby terian church. Mr. and Mrs. Wilsun and sou Dew ey. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Craves and children of La Salle attended the fu neral of Mrs. Maud Howe Sunday at t cruooit. Tonicii will have a new coniuniiiiiy high school building. The next meet Ing will decide on a location for I he building. Ydu'll L ike lit The first choice of msHions of housewives fcr ever a quarter of a century. Proved best-most ece .mrcz! by many tests. IVJnkcs most palatable and eweelesto? foods. Catum?: Baking powsr bused by more Dom.stsc Scientists, roads, ar;n MG'ch'C';; than any olhes' inan4. '-' . Call forCah-ff.ev tSaJciagPcwder. Don't Forget The dam-" at Stiirved Hock Siiiiu I'ark tonight. Also Friday nigbl. Don't Forget the Dance (Jiveti by the alumni girls, of St. XuOor's ;it. the Annoiy Friday even- Battery and Electrical Service Station Phone 907-W L willdrd J Starting, Llflhting and Ignition Specialists. Prompt Repair!). Everything Electrical for the automobile. 217 West Main Street OTTAWA Combing Won't Rid, Hair Of Dandruff .na.l" a Isim . Sat .!'.: 1... . a ' chihire:: r is ' ;il ( ' - a 'ia 'I-. t : eillie: A Ikil.ie til shirts I ar L ELAND. Last Wednesday evening Miss I hi Von Ohleit enleilaiiicd a number ol friends at her beautiful emmtry home north of town. The evening wa spent playing live hundred, llefresh UK-tils were served. Those who en joyed Miss Von Ohlen's hospitality Were: .Misses (.Sertruile (ieofKe. Net- lie iddows. Ida Honk, Lrma John son, Hazel Arnold. Tessic Anderson. Mary Spinner, Kuth Malison. Doro'h;. Thornton, Jennie Kinne, Heukih Koii erts. lierman Knkuk made a business trip to Cherry Valley Monda,.'. Fred Leaner was u:i Aurora jiassen j.;er Saturday. il'. K. Udldnsoli or St. Paul, Minn.. (f)i( tit Sunday with bis family. Tin - Leluntl l!h;h si hool hasi aali eillil defeated the Sonioimuk Hh'h Hchool team on Friday iificnioon, L'n to :. Jidin Wnrnieiand nnide 11 bit lines' t$l to c;iiciii;o Thursday. Mr3. H. K, TltonipHon went to -late !:i;- , a' -.,:. I lie (,!-. -. . made s ! ' i's 1 1 1 i 1 ::).:' y,i :;,iy. .1. ( '. An.i: 1 -: 1 ae lair il'i: I la is. koy '-m.'i ... :. . :: ..' -on. .laci. .Iii!i;.e ,,'el :a. wen! !o itsi'-i 'ia poi 1-. I. al d.n alter l-'ord c.rs P s iv -oil, .Ms ; V!; !i I'Ha . s s t ::.-'.. -oh,:,;! a; W. iron, l!l .. ; '. a a.::; .'.lib li : (.; 1 .1. C ,i :.;..' .10 ,01 1 siiiii!; h. .. r- Ul'i'i-d I'l urn Ni ,: C;..ei . -,, ,,. 1 hi ;..-al ..- , : .-..I .: ,-'l. anion : re!".l 1 '. e- Ai ! ill ia m S ' ' 1 1 r.i . : .- OM.,11, .. -peul Sal 111-ila '. ii h In r .i'l. r. ' ' : l. A. Win:. Mr. .and nv. I-. Il W.-:' as. I f.o.i iiy s, i-ni Sn nla i il n 1 i-!a live. ,:l I ... tavia. Hi. A l.s.si'l" v.s ; leialei. d the i.a i;- ! ! I'll - a,! tie y Jii,-,-.! ::- III" , HO' 'I c i s. ' it. l.e'i.. . :' ( ; " lli.-'.i. i ii la-l l-s! i.-.l.:;. . o-s 'I ii,-; Hill' i 1 ! lie d' I a I'l !ie li I I". ' -1 a ! , coll I .-e 1 1 1 '1 i ; . -1 IP !v.--i: ' . :e i-i I I mi - I v.. 1- '-' i w ii. ' 1' '. ' ' . . 1 1 . ' 1 1. a I' ! i'.el in-, as I 0:1 U :u ,..'. I !; , -: 1 : 1 ' . ; ' 1 1 ' if ! 1 - a a - c-i" ! ! a .- in.i a , pressed the appi ecial ion ol the iilit 1 ,f so ;il . :P si-ac a in , ,e ,.. - - is! id! a a-. : : i : il . ( 1! h r 1 -i.c ' ' Were "L'esume ol lcloiie,.. ,y K'l! Ill III Vl.ll t .li' -o." alal "I! I.-K.-I IS -I' anil S'cl.o il 'Sn 11 il." lo M !i-'!'l Sevii! H e!.-c::: ' . el l 11;,' , ,;i.i:t. 1 V for 11. -x ! 1 . (I'd"! A a J- i-i l.-einj; unanimoii iy (iio-en. 1 fe re- poiiih-d u ,1 U a oa -1 iii -c. 1 : 11;! ! no food v, ill le.'.1. a i bis .-. e.ii' si: 1 ilesii to make tle'.l ,- e.l .Si i oil !!' I I'lll.V il Will nin- one. '1 boa 1 I (.; ( Iiica' ion i 'iii t iiii , Mr. and Mrs. Justine John- 1 , , ., , , . son and children of l.eian.l. spent 1 The only sure way to get rid of dand- m;i :,!.,, al the home of Kdar Thon.p- ru? to d'ssolI'e .thcn you destroy it () entirely. To do tins, pet about four '.: , , ,, , , . .. , ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply , ,v' f!'"""s;" v,s",'a it at night when retiring; use enough to ..e.ai.d ie!.ui"s ..uii'lay. , 5,, t,e scap anj ruu jt jn gently 'N!' "'M "' la;'' l u.'-dv lor ; Vith the finger tips. h:1' ':1" ' i.. ( ts to spend I Uo this tonight, and by morning, most ";" !'!;'"'. I if not all, of yo.tr dandruff will be pone, -'"' : li'! M. . . U..ih ,' , ib ami da h - and three or four more applications will '-s'- .Mr. itii'l Air... ::-x Wright and ! completely dissolve and entirely destroy .' iidi' i! .-; eni Set!il.; in (I'tnwai :,: ' every single sign and trace of it, no Lie nemo 01 An. asd Mrs, Stevenson. ' natter how much dandruff you may Clv.ii. '.'.lull has purchased the have. lii.u-e and ioi in iiaiiiinn hei inm'iiK j Vou will Hnd, too, that all itching and i;. ii: hoe .Mrs. Mary Thompson. ; digging of the scalp will stop at once, Amiiev, Sn!,!., hoel's home caught.1 ard your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, lire Sii.' i'a-. iram ap overheated glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel . i.hiia. v ,',. iMirned to the 'ground.; a '""dred times better. Th.tN :..; ,,. of the fuiM.it u.v 1 Vou can get hiu.d arvon at any drug ...... ..... ,-, .., ,,, r,.v.,nli,.,r .,, 1 store. It is inexpensive and never tails , " 1 to au uie wvsii. mi cat eh lire. : 1 1 I JOIN OTTAWA POST No. 33 1 THE AMERICAN LEGION My name is Present address Permanent address Civil occupations I hereby subscribe to the Constitution of the AMERICAN LEGION and apply for enrollment in Ottawa Post, No, 33, of Illinois Branch. Fill in above application, mail same with $3.00 to T. B. Learn', local secretary. Membership card, button, etc., will be mailed to you upon receipt of your replica tion. Don't delay. Join Ottawa Post, N .. 33, now! 1 1, P. ins. Tli-Tim.- M school dices Tuesday j: : " a' Stiahooiia I '''I'- !kV''.' invited to attend and f a picnic dinner. ilslil U :l 1 1 I I'lllMll closed picnic at the ; lasl I, ool READ THE JINGLES-THEY BRING lid in or-Th r4 rnie !'!iw!usoii of I. eland . .' : v is of It. dlo spent the f ..i.h Air:. (i-c:ir (),,;reiu. A ' ' h : " fur l!i'- new sidewalk df . PI ! "i a 'I ion !;;;!.! i.-lid iilite Zk . , I,., I ,ii ..v I., ii. i io -tan tin- fund. I i. 1 1 1 1 1 I. Mher.ili l.adii-s' Aid '.'ill mi ei wiih .''.Irs. Miiiiin (istrciu R Wed .(lav a i'l --moon . .May 2:i Ii. R i n in mind th. program and so- JF (ill io !e held 'I liurs.day evening, w .May ...n. The i'o.-i ;ii!i, which com- d in s' : a iii i le , day eni ;tl4il. "N'o p ' i-l.. A.iniil'. !" uiM Is- civ, n hy the 5 TiSiih ;:ra,. ; ipl! of ihe I lardiuj; 5 school. he i ream and c.iUe will be J . ci', ,1 j,t!.'iinl hy :l:e l.adie:,' Aid. R .'-I'O'ii I'M:'-' i.elie,, iJ ; , Ml'S. Osi'lll- . F tistr, ia a mi-,, ,-lliiii: oi: - shower at ff h r home he: Sal nr. lay nl'Centoon. 9 ilani v t e l : -, ! . ! 1 1 1 -1 i i s were si rved anil - A Have you ever heard the Columbia, The Grafonala with a soul, Wno. e m;ii.;ic I line is so well Known ( ir ha v e you e're been i nil ,1 list w ho lo see ill ( II til a '.' Well. Morey ltoherls is the llliill To consult about the Columbia i la the easv pavmeiil plan. MOREY ROBERTS I'laiio: , (Irafonohis, liecot'ds, and service here. i.l,,l I'n, nO ,. ..I' III,, ! i '-i - '-...,1 Xlii !s O! 'honor, .'.'i s h .... I'a nl hi. :,n I'"'1' - pl'sisalil .afternoon. A li-:i.Ji red a pint Mv dim. Those! -'" ' rem ive.l many lovely TA present, were: .'-.ii' e.- Andre'.' .lo'in- p ll,,r ' lv 1'oiue. Jj ion, (llail i .-i tin iil.1 'a..'!. 111 .-. 1" O'-'on. : Mcllioi'i.il day exercise:; will tie held To serve all members of the home, W illi Quality Cuts of Meat, Then phone the Sprinijioni Market. l-'ur the kind thill's fresh and sweet. This -. hop is known in numerous homo: I'or many miles around, and Service, plus Quality's, the si ord ( if our market s lair n Cm l'.einl, K.'iCli'Vll i'sl 1-. iTiii'i in the Hard!.::; church -Sunday after- K Aruohl, II, lima!-, .lack.-on. Nis ii Si iek -' noon. .May ::. ;K liliK. -Mary l- pinoer. Nellie W'i iilo'v... Dr. I.aury -peat ihe first part of the F Mi ssr-'. Vet tie 1 lazeiiian, llarohi Se-iVsel, win his pai'ants in Si. Louis, jjp vine, Kennel i Von ulen, Iv.ri An- -mi. ' . ! . nut in lias returned home toni. V.'iliiint Kllhi. (.".den Anderson, i i 4 Unlph ("hiiPiieh':-!', A. II. I ..lie, I'roi. ('h.ipiielear, ('. acob.-,o!i, Mr. and .Mis. 11. i. Tlnuupsoti, Mauley .Mindless ol Aurora sp,'i. Satiiidii.' ;. tin. ; relative-. The school year will ciu o on l'li-j day, June 'I. Tile ;;rudiia io:i (!, i IIC'U i ; comiiose;! of Mi. a s lli'.iia l.udwii;. loin llaeiuau. l.oliie Ainhi -on, (ilad.vs Kiismus.-cii, Kruia lieml Springhorn's Fox River Market l-'resh Led', I'ork, Veal, Lamb. Smoked and Salt Meat, Sausnre and lliims. l'llolie 1 0 dfi TA Money ba.'k wtiuout quvstioa 1 m If HUNT'S Salve failf in lh Zt treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. R RINGWORM. TETTER o 4 other itching akin disewea. Try t If you're thinkii.c, of a llieyc'e, ( in w liich you can rely, Then see ihe famous Excelsior, Al "I'rilett's" before you buy. If you'll slop into my sr.lesi oom, 1 11 (iuii kly show you why, My slock of wheel.- the hircest in town - Are the Likes you oii)-,ht. lo buy. S. K. PRUETT See t he speedy li cent bus at our nas. licycle t ires, sold on niorit llNCelsior here. ,r..v;'l L-t r. .e-a - M f b w Aim 2 atx s-iAi. ijpcwiva before the eves, dizzy spells, palpit2ti(.'i of the heart, less appetite ct ci'avin for sA'eet or pour uwxh of lood are sias of Gcjf-poisoain.Lr liy pn.-decls of poorly digested or inii'ierfe'etly eliminated food waste which have entered the blood. I'lcechain's Pills assist to rcstoi'e normal action of liver, stomach and kidneys. S Win. Mtilholland ti lls Groceries And you'l.' not worry any more About, the Quality of the Foods, When il comes from his clean store For no ln"ter class of things to eat, Than those "He" sells you'll Iind. Their excellence is hard to beat - Please keep that frp.li ill mind. William Mulholland One Weddinu llceakfast Coffee is a real hre.ik'.as! dclii-'ht. Sold by drufciPaU ihkiiutl.fmt thu world. In buxua, iCc, 2fJ., rills J a? To Ihe Colonial Sanitary (hindy Shop In I iliauii is a treat. Lor lo re you'll Iind pure Candies', That are wholesome, fresh ami sweet. Our Ice Cream Sodas can't he beat We make our own Ice Cream. And when you try our Chocolates You'll say they are a divnm. The Colonial ChocolateShop Where all wise randy shopper.-, slop in Ottawa. Have you ever Ihoudit of this, friends, "I'lio you're prosperous today, It':; Hut the aniounl you're takiiif, in Lilt what you pill away? Old am- .some day will Iind you, Al lea: t we hope il may. We also hupp you'll he preiared I'or a distant "Rainy liny." The First National Bank Join the ranks of those who look ahead! . . . 4, j Why I Trade At Home j j 1 trade at home and never roam I S.-ekiip "luircdhis" olsov, o : . I j I hu e ! he tow 11 ill which I : : '. 1 I : I'or all my interests ate lle ie. j i -AA - j And then, ai'iiin, 1 buy from I' 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ; j i We all need olio anot In r When I run short 1 can approach My dealer as a brother. When bu.diie; hot'.- with con. eicnee cleat' 1 put ni.' money down ; I know ii. slays ri.aht hero mid works for ihe well ;i re of my town. Another Ihhia, rh'M hen'- I brill): j The produce t lial I I'll i; e - And always fet an lione t deal - J I've found :hnt it pay,-,. And then, I know wlnn bavin:' lo re ! Ii helps t hinits to relax, I And also h' !ps the mr,.,. v, ho j.;iys j I i is port ion of t lie ta. : 1 I 1 s And v. hen I'm sick or in hard Im-l; I The man I buy Horn's In in j With his pocketl k, if need he, i And kirullv words of cheer j V. I So that is why I trade nt homo; j I'm a boii'-ter tht oudi and t hro'icji. j I'or a town that's pood to live in I j Is Kood to buy in. too. j . . . . j. VI lie-la ur:mt s. (rienii- are not ;o:'-.o. i here's a dio'oi'eui'e, you L'.o-,v, A !.d I lease v. iio are :.'': ri i ( -1 1 : : ' ." Ti., Ay.trs ami M jllp'i '1 . Tin v bnv lie: b.-st 1! 1 ".:! hi t has .'-! .: .ha:':. Ih" v: . why. jhn a, fj..e Airud .c r '. tj'jfjn., Will aiuay-. :-ali:--y. Ayers & Mullen, Prop. Ol law a Kakery. If v., v.... Wiih i 'I 1 1 o 1 1 v I . Ann 1 lean h'e-'i aura 11 1 d Robert d .-i-ve Ihe l'oll-i s. at home, h- :t tha. uv.i.wy laivs. ill to ' is' -::,:, ! Cood " 'I . I III I.' ' I '.I' SO'di A . . e 1, ill, 'I he l.i,;,! I a::!':; lar ::he;ol, id i'l 'lo- v. : - o 1 - ,'. do ',,'ol'ld j oii'H ii!:.' AO lllll-.'l- h- 1 1 i-l I ii e:,-d. We erf ROBERTS BAKERY ill la'iKVi'.'. .iu-;t a..l, for Rob- i-dl to I'lO'iil. hi 12 i& X.. If oii would treat your Auto rirjit And put on tires that wear. Lay Diamond Tires or Firestone, They're always on the ii:ure. And if you're thinking of a truck, on which you can rely. Then see tile famous Republic. At Comic's before you buy. Conde's Motor Supply Co. Republic Trucks, liiumond and Firestone Tires and Ai ce. .;ories. ..fvdjMkic:' ..- ' 1 ' 1 -i h : -dv-C -'- - i X vt-' i i i i I a 2 8 K Ottawa. J 1 ii'-s ami vice. ..ones. i.m-ii- . ... k :. , i.'i i 1 cad '.v o-h I Mil' ll'iO.iel li L! v ri ' ; 1 1 1 -0-, oil u..i.er- '1 o:;, Tin-re':, li'e Qdi-c G Ice trie " ' Ii:'-'-' alid the t,i -,y Vi'dium we s-'!l lb;tt '''''. 'Ihd're lime .aivirs, life savors and up to date. A w.'i-' 'i' iinv women " iii :' 1 iatc The Roll .'i!e '-'o'Ciric Sh a in V. V, ill d t :.ir..-trat i; you a M a: ;und. Tho Reliable Electric Shop (di-'ie till wise wash machine buyers dop.