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OTTAWA FREE THAI-HSU - tlOURNAK.
PAI f rHT
EVERETT TRUE
BY CONDO.
hc5 savs Tne uHe is
You TO
NOT A
VlSH.
A
THAT
MUCH
Ycv KNOW
Si -r I t - IT" -T - I
Today's Markets
"WHale: A cetaceous -m 1 mm 3.1
of fisK-liKe form, (etc.)
H
CATER.
BEARISH REPORTS
BOOSTS CORN PRICES
(Hv the Associated rifss )
Chicago, May 2V Active ovport
diMii. uiil fur wheat brought ;i 1 m :
higher prices lotlay in I n' turn mar
liit, 1 1 t v. Il hstauding In -.i r i -ti news
log. tiding corn. European t i -1 1 or
wheat urn' said In lie 7c a dm led
higher than y sterday. t'nder ;wli
conditions the t'.icl I hat the sui l'ly
i f railway c.irs in the inni licit -lnn"-cil
an increase anil Cur country load
i uu s n!' corn were larger had only a
transient depressing iniluont'e. open
"" -oi'i lines, uliiih ranged Ireni
)"'pC to 1 'i f lower, with July $1 (17 in
, . ., ;. ai.d S. jili in'ier $ !..".( 'j t.)
were followed liy a rapid up
irri"il .Inly and September
shove yesterday's liliish.
liaj'ileued rtiih nun. After.
une hntigei! to -ti- lower, in
July at V,rc, tin- marke:
ST. nil
M' ,-, t
IM.
I'l.tiu; first
, first (i,s,
third IV, s
Victory ;
mi.io.
second Is.
con, I
Mirth l',s.
Victory
WOMJ3)
WALLACE GHAIIM MARKETS.
tha
!1. retain
-harply
On Is
opening
i I id f nir
No.
No.
No. i
No. ;
Oats
while corn .
yellow corn
w hite corn .
ello- turn
IV.
I. Ml
I mil
RUTH TIES OLD HOME
RECORD OF WILLIAMSON
LOCAL MARKETS
il s
d a lit le
unci hint;
furl In r and t !ien
of an advance.
cor
Chii'iiiio.
creamery. 1 1 '.'"2 ' .c
Kgs unchanged;
Cist S.
Produce.
May :. 'Hutter
Inner,
receipt
I'oull ry Alive hi.:h'T ; tow Is
Chit iiRn.
Potatoes.
.Mav 2v rot.itoe:
i creijii.s, c-ir-i; iinrtheni
sacked and bulk. $7..1-'-7.7".
steady; Florida. No, 1. bane
!.": No $!(i 1 2 ; Alabama, .$'i
pounds; Louisiana while, $7
-loath ,
while.
N:v.
I:.. HI
per lO'l
MARSEILLES
MISS THERESA PHILLIMORE,
Representative, Branch Office Phillimure Building
Live Stock.
May ','S. Hniis Receipts
nss; stea p.
:. t
Local Notes.
Francis Carey and William Mutter
attended the Catholic fair here last
evening.
Mrs. Adeline Trover of I. a Mopb
,i visiting here at home of her grand
son. E. A. Collins.
Mrs. Fred Sehring, Mrs. William
Kpicer, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wrillard Dix and
Walter Splcer spent today at Starved
UocU.
Mrs. Vincent White and daughter
of La Salle spent today here at the
horn Mr. and Mrs. ft. T. White.
Father Houser of Seneca attended
the Catholic fair in thin last evening
Bring Body Here.
The hody of Chariest Vananker of
(inodland, Ind., formerly of thin city,
whose death occurred Monday, ar
rived here this morning al in::m over
the Rock Island. Interment was made
in the Riverview cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. John Shelton of Chi
rago'are visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. Donahue returned yesterday
to Chicago after a visit here at the
home of her Bister, Mm Charles Dac
gett. Mrs. Effie Fenton and Ileuluh Tiin-
mon'-; .pent a few hours in Ottawa to
day. .Mrs. Shaver spent a few hours in
Ottawa today.
Russell Gullaway and Margareto
P.iewster. students of Lombard col
lego arrived here last evening to
spend the summer vacation visiting
their parents in this city.
Richard Carr went to Chicago to
day for a few days' visit with friends.
Mrs. Greta. Italy of Chicago arrived
here last evening to spend the week
end visiting relatives.
i i.miss r.una arney. Allien nines,
j James Carney .of Chicago are visiting
here over Memorial day.
,Mr. and Mrs Harry Giiiiun of Clii
I cago are here at the home of .Mrs.
Carrie Gumm.
The Private Tutor.
The play given liy the Joliet Wal
fher league, entitled ' The Private Tu
tor," will he accompanied hy a Joliet
live pk'ce orchestra June 1 at the
Coliseum theater. Marseilles. They
will have special scenery for the
presentation of this play. Kveryliody
welccmtv Admission, adults 53c,
children -2
Chiea
2:1,11' I' head ; held over.
to strong uiil yesterday's ;ivi r
$l.l. ',-ai'l; iiuallty fair; average
i .ten lay. i I I .'.i.
Cattle Receipts. "..(Mm head.
.Sheep- Rei eij'ts. ."..m il head.
Wall Street
i N'i w York, May "S - A ti unusual
j variety of stocks participated in a
' I'ls" on the cvt halite during the morn
ling. Steels, i iiiipment and oils core
l linue lo lead 'he way with shiopitig-'..
j motors, utilities, ceppers and food
specialties. Kxtreme gains of 2 to l
i points were made by Mesit in Pe'ro
i I i iiiii . American Car. Haskell flat
! k r. Strom.'ii tg. I nitcl Fruit am!
i Peoples (las. 1'nion Pacific, (rent
j Northern an I New York Central were
; I'ori'inost aniona the stnmger rail.-,
jlhe -heaper Iransportaiioii also im
j proving. Prices easi 'l irregularly he
i lore noon, when trading became dull
Liberty bonds show ed no inalei i.i!
change.
iSpringern, 23c.
Roosters. 11c.
Hens, Hae.
Stags, lSc.
Turkeys, at-31c.
1 lucks, '25c.
Pigeons, ldc
1'ggs, 40c.
Hutter, Ouc.
I.ard. L'Oc.
Cookinj Imttcr. 3()c. i
Pa( ked eggs, SOc.
Cream, C.'ic.
Hide ana Wool.
Horse hides. $7 aO.
No. 1 hides. Hi., ldc.
No. 2 hides, lie.
No 1 calf, lb., 3.".c.
Muskrats, 50c to $' 60.
Skunks, $2 to $S.
Raccoon, II. So to 7.
Mink. $ to 10.
Live Stock,
stock, cwt , Jti-S;
New Yi
t:c:aii-- v.
even'iig.
lhat !'.,ib.
lour bom
e.llia'b'il
ok.
bo .-.
t it i .
s 1 l-t
t MI
b.ee
1 ill
the (
pace
I 111
I fled ,
jlM I
I Tile I
I Will
j P.Otlll.
.' t i ii nil ii
I I pell
! Ple 1.1. II
I U'ill'JIll
1 1 y :.l
I I e,i
Ma s'. I ii im m
arched the retold
i -re unanimous III saying
Roth's feat of ill dv ing cut I
is in three days has been I
only once in the hi- lory of ( t
Tin- only slugger was Kd.
I'l w ho w Ii :le a nielli 1 r i if I I
bit ,u.o t nlt.s in 1 , .- et the '
'oi Ruth
June LM. I s 1 . Willi. i in -i 'ii gutli
It'll!" base slain oil t be s- l.iuts of
lilloigloll. the Pietoll twiiler
1 game was on .l ine 21 when
Jjf HOW THEY
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
hit. -burgh
no inn. iti
FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920.
GOLFERS' EYES TURN
TO TOLEDO COURSE
at
o
nil -'in
I'll Jim W'b tnev. also of'
two boiuei -. The loin t b ;
i nine on June "il at the
'bai lie Itad b. mi ll:-. I be
I'otiklyu ...
St . I .ouis . .
Lie. Ion
New York .
Philadelphia
Yerterday's Rcsultt.
Po-ton. r. , New York. 2 II.
I'hil.idelphi'i, a; ltrooklvn.
Si I .i mi Pi; Cincinnati.
No others scheduled.
W. I.. Pet.
IS P! .f,sl I
pi i:. ..Vi'.i
pi r, .r,r,;(,
in p:
M 17 .ts:, I
It I.i .-is:!'
l : is .ind
12 21 i
put
i W I
her
Ml e-t.lbli-K-tl
bollle
I.i t car.
Ill the .-.line
lied the Ilia
1 11 !'. . w b it h
year
k of
R'l! Il
I
in
I
Steer.
I10-P-'.
Calves, cwt., $10-12
Spring lambs, rwt.,
Hogs, cwt.. J13.15.
fat, cwt.
$10-11.
GRAIN QUOTATIONS
Chicago market report furnished t
av
Ii. W.
; & Co.
I'hori"
Klrliy,
Room
15.
inannger Simons
,'!12 Moloney Pudding.
Prev
New
in ices
Liberty
York', Mav
iu ll:", a.
Bonds.
2's Liberty
m. todav
boihl
w ere.
High, Low Close, close.
Corn
Mav .... I .'U ' . I s ' ., I vi l 'i
Julv 1.71 1 i'2'x 1 '.::'s I ,
Sent l.;.7'4 i .-... 1..M l. 'b'i
O.l' -
Mav tut 1 "2 I ":' 1 1 I nt
July !' .s7 ' 7-
Sept 7i;', .7I1, 7','k .Te',
Cash Markets.
Corn -
No. :s mixed i.:l -1
No. ;; yellow I 'a ! I
No. 2 yellow I .''2 -! .:"'
No. w liite 1 '' I
No. 2 white I.b2 i '";
Oats
No. 2 white . I " ', 1 US
No. white i o : vi.n7
GOLFER EDITOR WINS
j WEST BADEN TOURNEY
! e t Padeii, Ind . May 2s. -I l in y ;
I McNeil, -ici'et.iry and treasurer of;
' the Colfer's Ma;;.i 'ii;e eoiiialipc and a ,
'eenibi r of tile Oh. uiica 1 iehls t dub,
i Cltii ago. won the amateur golf toiini-i
a meni on I be We-.t I !,nleu Spring
course e,. i i-day C. i . Pi oil of the
Ciauo -. i lub, Meiurplii'.. Teiin.. r;;n- ;
l ei- up. The eigb! b b'ailim; t cores
"CIS : l, e'l, S-.; Ktcil. Ml; 11. A,
Mel iT, , Vofli, Sx ; , ', ,-e, c .
I Tool li, N. Y. s;i; W. Robbius. West
Maileii, '.in , k I .. ,ei,nt,. huhaiiap
('lis, :m; 1 oil ill - ki. Itl'l i, ilia ini!..-. be ;
Piinb'!'. l.oui-.vile. K. Y., bl.
ROPER REFUSES TO
MEET HOMER SMITHS
SI
P,e I
Pill; in
Plnl.nl
Comes Today.
Loui ; al Chicago
at P.rooklyu
gh al Cincinnati.
Ipbia at New York
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
W. I.. Pet.
Cleveland 21 PI .U77
Po-toe. 21 Pi .1177
chl ago is ii .:,;:!
. a York is 1,-, .;, I",
Win hingtoti 1.1 Pi .ts t
St. Louis 1:1 Is .llfi
Philadelphia 12 2u .:'.7.1
lii'troit S 2:1 .2.1S
Ycstcrdiiy'". Results.
Chit. ico. li; Philadelphia. 1.
'i w Verk. (': I!" leii. 1
Chicago at Cleveland.
Toledo, Ohio - Expert golf courses
architects and greed ki 1 pers have
blurted to work on the grooming of
the links of the Inverness Country
lull lo make mre lhat it will Im
worthy of Ihe internal iotiat character
lo lie given Ihe National Open Golf
championship to be played here Aug.
V II. Harry Vardon and Kdward Ray
are to tak" pin in (he meet, and pos
sibly ot her Hi i; 011s.
Par for the eotir.-'e is 11,1 117-72 fo" a
total yard, 11' 1 of ill; hut this -vlll
I c changed -oinew lint to thai the ,ar
.v II be ral 'b. -'J anc Ihe length ::, ,1
ytitils. The 'i: ks ,s sci.l lo be iippro-
'.'iialely Ihl'" slroia s more ilillit nil.
than Maurl'.elo, Scoll. nd. where ihe
I ritlsh ( htliupionsl !i is to he plav d
('if-- year, 'en to in ike sure Hon lac
,1'tlicullies (cia-ist 1 : notliing exc at
scientific hunker. ng and ar'-angemcui,
the club in-ill. mors have set to woi't
I 1 make every im Ii of Hie course a.(
1 early per,'e: ,, . posf jble.
Ti'e links does not punish short nr
long, drives provided Ihej ale prop
erly plated, but the guli'er who Is in
cline,! i,i "( ike a chance." I"lt ng him
self out for distance rather than di
ns lion will li itd the fours" that of
fers a in-able ni lor nialbeiii.il ical cal
culations of superlative dimensions.
New lumki ring on the course will.
It is said, iner -a.-t' the hazard mi each
mi placed : hot about seveiil y per
ci lit.
Ksnocial attention has been paid
lo the second .-hot iu whit It judgment
of distance, control of d reeliiui and
the rest of ability to get homes make;
the difference between a birdie or a
par plus one.
There are three "dog legs" holes
in the course seven, nine and sevt li
lt en. The man who is sure of bine
self anil his distance can save a shol
by negotiating the "turn" from the
tee, bu the "salety lirsl'' player will
bud his ball wiil be in trouble even If
be plays straight ahead and does not
Ui ep the exact center of the coiir-o.
These are only Ibree on shot holes
but ail Ihe others are com pa ra I i vol v
b"'f. the longest being lh" ,122 vaid
l'-'ih.
The following table shows the vard-
igi with pur of
10 change
acti
in
Veil
I" IV
,1
not
'OH s
I v. e i
Rob
:n; it b
lake
'T l'i
lb.
ies
low, 1. M.iv 2s The ad
te round busing match
Roper of Chicago and
of K.il.ini.iiiti. Mich.,
el 1. '"'hie-ilay even-
fused to ineej Sill til at
leuir scheduled and whe'i in'juir
iveri' minle iit hi ; Imtel later, it
said he had chocked out It was
Roper domain!'"! a guaranty,
to his hotel -Al.il" was belli::
d and by tic Mine ,t was pro
I lie li.ld let' the citv.
G.imfs Today.
W'a hillgton .11 Pliiladelplila,
I . droit at St. I.oi'is.
N'e.v York at l!o-ton.
No others sclieduled.
ion of Aiiieiiea will lie.;iii tomorrow
in Franklin li' Id of th" I'tiiviT-ity '!'
Penn.-'dv .inia
At :', p. m th" I'lim neii ion trial.- will
be stalled, athletes nualifying in ilie.-e
being eHi.-iiile lor th final.- on Sar.o
d iv af ernotei There '.' ill b' prelin;
ii!'!es and trial heals in ill events but
the mile and tv. niib events. There
are thiiteen events, points being con,-
I-eVel-se oi-.ler fl'ttll
place catintitig tivc
Hole
Yards
LIS
1
Par
' i
I
I Half
Today in the Court House
Record of Real Estate Transactions and Business of the Circuit,
County and Probate Tribunal.
EASTERN COLLEGES TO !
CLASH AT PENNSY
am
Ipsia, !'a
lo Im lh
-ted
:iale Aniiili
Mav ;:s W
mosi closep
held bv Ih"
ur Athle ic A:
111! I.
coil
Inter
soeia
lulled
fifth, t
four, t
The
I II -e
an r.
Were
I'lllV
toll : ei'lll
ISgh' (Olb
j Lelaml St
! ( 'al iforn ia
.-enl .it ives
m
i
in
1 1
I.:
1 1
i .1
first to j ,;
second j 7
, I S
m il. Yale, i larv ar I. Syra- -.
Pi! 1 -bum 1 e.inc- were early 1
e.-t el day . ami t heir men i
1 1'iiet; t a n ;!'g up 1 'orneP, I
oi l'i 1 1 s y 1 v ; 1 1 1 i ; 1 end I "rinc"-
lo be favorites. 'iVi'my-ge.-
a nd school - arc 1 lit en d
infold and I ' 11 i v er-it v of:
being 1 mis piem.is as repre-!
of the Pacific 00a t. I
leu
: P,
Lin
117
1 1 :
I lo
cm
To. 1 1
Saplings Eaten hy Cattle.
Cattle will not let tig hazel, onK
Htid most other trees and shrubs snr'
vice in a pasture, but the tlinrn iipplo
tnishes tire safe, due to their sharp
tborin.
Circuit Court
New Cases.
EVERYTHING READY
FOR CURTAIN RAISER
FOUR SURVIVE IN
COLLEGE TENNIS MATCH
With Kearns pitching and Rono as
a second stringer, and Pi alt at his
station behind the bat, the Ottawa
hall team' Litem! to make their first
game a victory, when they clash with
the Chicago Union Giants Sunday af
ternoon. Although the (iiaiits have a
wonderful .staff of .pLuyers, Ihe locals
are confident of winning their open
ing game of the Reason. Everything
is in readiness for the game, Tim
ball dianiiond is finished, lined, rolled
and everything. All that, is needed
now is a record breaking crowd to do
a little yelling and rooting for the lo
cal team.
A ball team can not go without hav
ing the people back of them. Kvery
liody should turn out Sunday after
noon and witness both Ihe Chicago
I'nion Giants and the newly organiz
ed Ottawa team clash in a real hon
est lo goodness game of baseball.
This morning the lineup of th"
Giants was received and Manager
Ibinn announced the Ottawa lineup
alsu. They are as follows:
OTTAWA -
Pratt c
Kearns p
V. GIANTS -
Duncan
. . . . Simpson
Curtis
Nelson
Ward
. . . Anderson
Peter;
It town
Kelly lb
Council c2h
Kirker ss
Potts :ih
C. Drisrnl! i f . . Illuett
.1. I Hist oil ct Bingham
Kuaivie
Grono If . . , Ford
Chicago. III.. May 2S -Four tennis
players survived the first day's play
in Hie annual Rig Ten conference
championship matches on he I'niver
si y of Chicago courts. In the semi
final 11111 tidies today Pike of Chicago
will meet liastlan of Indiana and Vor
ies of Chicago will meet West brook of
Michigan.
All o the favorites got into the
semi final round. Rulhven Pike ot 1
Chicago, ihe pi I H champion Waler:
Weshiook of Michigan, champion last
year: Fritz Rasiian, of Indiana, semt- 1
tinaalist last year and Harry Vories, !
the Chicago sophomore star, waded j
through thn e matches in easy fashion
Cnicago botanic a favorite by do- i
fouling Michigan in 'he lirst round of j
the double plav. Segal and Vories.
the Maroon pair won over Wosbrook I
and Munz of Michigan, by an uphill j
Initio. The Wolverine pair won the
lirst ;et, in S. ami had the second
sewed up, ,12. when the Chicago pair
opened up with a burst and won the
set h-ii, and look the third so; ti t.
VYM K S Lane agl vs ( onio I-'csta
ct al -judg by confn for $l.;i) !i:i it
costs - ex issued. S P Hall, atty.
1031 Same vs Antotnv Hacedari
same for J123.HI it costs - sanr.
-same atty.
(ii:'2 Same vs Henry Garonia s'ltne
$127.80 & costs same. Same atty.
PI33 Same vs Luigi Scrocehi same
$1 111. .1.1 ft costs same. Same atty.
Itil'.l Same vs Albanl Guoseppi-
same .?iit,.'.il ft costs -same. Same
atty.
Pi.l.l Same vs Louis Satetlni same
$7:1.7.1 ft costs same. Same atty.
i 2Hi;iii Same vs Prod Schlosser Sr -i
same $73 (hi ft costs - same. Kamo
! atty.
I 2(i!37 Same vst Rocco Lornegeo
! same fi.S'l.112 , costs-: ame. Satne
tilty.
Same vs Navzarina. Miccogi -(ki.
U2 ft. costs - same. Same
George Romano -costs
-same. Same
2 1 (:! S
sa me
atty.
2Pi.'!!( Same vs
same $237. 'bl ft
fifty.
Law Orders
2PIPI 11 Mueller Mfg Co vs- Oglesby
disd hy plff.
Chancery Orders
1H7B 1 Rii-rly vs Harlow 31st rept of
receiver.
22-llt'i Locke vs Locke - sot for June
,1 at 10.
When Chameleon Turns Black.
If a chameleon becomes blind. It
loses its power to change in line uud
renin ins blackish oilnr.
Probate Court
Pet 11
Pierard
ot guardian
-prayer grand
Est Arthur A
Time to acot. extended to July 12
E..t Frank X Werling Iv t Arthur j
Stormer eolif Sept P.I20.
hire will -Est chasi If Knicker
bocker hrg cont May 2ii at in.
Proof of Heirship - Est. Delia Me-.
Intyre Henry Warning Sr Arthur
A Pierard.
Will - Est. Delia Mclnlyre to Louisa
ft. Grace Mclnlyre per bond $iubi)
adj Sept. term- Est. M K Craft, to Em
ma Craft per bond $2100 adj S"pt.
term Est Henry Wiirning Sr to First.
Trust Co on filing bond $ lOO'i G A
I, allvvd $.1
Supp Final Ord Est Soft - Est An
ion Svefina.
Inv app - Est Frank Svetina,
Petti Prob of Will Est Harriet Ij
Poundstono - hrg cont May 211 at
10:30. !
Proof of Heirship E-t James Con
nor. Inv App- Est Alice M Miller et al.
claim All.vd Est Emma 'A Pioan
E E Gladfelter $IX!l.
App Mill App Est Edvv J Kelly.
Aeet ft Kept Eft Jan ( onnor- set
for June 17 at. !t:,'i'i- ord i-xr to give
10 days' notice ftc. i
mm
Warranty Deeds
May 21, IH2", Phil p J. Wetidel and
wife to Verner and I'etrotiella Yock
e.v. e. 'j It. 3 in out it. S, Assessor's
sub., etc.. Ottawa; $2,"00.
May 21. P'2U. Charles W. Worth to
I ouisa Silton. e. K, It. 1. b. PI. L. ft
W. I'. Co's add. Marseilles; $ 1 .0011.
May 27. 1020. Winch r ter M. P.ig
gart and wife to Lawrence li. and
Ellen T. Rose. It. .1, b. Ill, O tavva. Cen.
Ottawa; ?l,4.in.
Illuminating Graves. i
Two days annually are observed In
illiii,,!..,,.! '. , . . .... i
" ""j ine Slaves 111 Hie 1 4'll-
tral cemetery of Vienna. This bury
ing place, while comparatively inoil
Pt'ti, is regarded as une of Ihe two
most beautiful in the world. The il
liimimiting ceremony occurs on A
cetision day and on the anniversary of
the burning of the King theater in
ISK, when many fell victims to the
flames. When stationary lamp posts
of midget size are at the sides of 11
plot, these are lighted, but those not
PCipped depend upon the liereiivrd
loved ones who still remain to mourn
them to curry lighted camllesi and
torches as a menus of illumination.
Jud Tunkins.
Jud Tunkins says that no ninttef
flow small the compensation Is regit
Inr mpeechiiKilicr never thinks of guin'
0u strike. .?:,.. , '
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will he held' in the ( it v of Ot
tawa. County of La Salle. State of
Illinois, on the 17th dav of June. A D
I 10211, for (he purpose of wiling on the
'following prepositions and the issii
1 iiiii-i' of bonds in payment therefor:
I For the diversion and drainage ol
j Goose Creek. $2.1.nmi.0O.
1 For the construction of bridge over
Fox River on Main stree., $ PUiO'LOO
For the constructing of a retaining
wall along a portion rf the north
side of Fist Courtney street hill.
ym.oc.i.oii.
POLLING PLACES,
Fir.t ward--Town Hall. First ave
nue. S( 'Olid ward - llolel Ottawa, Co
lumbus street.
Third ward - Perron's Ham, Lafay
ette street.
Fourth ward - Weiler's 'Store, Co
lumbus and Joliet streets.
Fifth ward -'Hell man Building.
Sixth ward Schaeter's Hall. Chest
lint street.
Seventh ward Larline Rarbev
Shop. West Main and Harden streets.
Polls will be opened at 7:00 o'clock
and shall be closed at .1:0o o'clock in
the evening of that dav.
W. W ("CUTIS.
City Clerk.
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Starved Rock Pavilion
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STEDMAN'S ORCHESTRA
The concrete work has been finished on
the main entrance into the park, but it cannot
be used for about one week. The road thru
the corn field is in splendid condition at this
writing. They have been grading it and level
ing it up for the past two days. To drive to the
Rock one can now use the lower road, altho
ere ar enmp rontrh snnf-R Kilt if i' rrffrtlv
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Illinois Farmers' Markcll
A. MUTTER, Prop.
South side street
QUALITY
,!
That
beef, pork
Tomorrow
lo serve yen. 7s
; lire lo int. i". I
more. We save
v bul
counts today.
al, pig loin, por
we are in for a
i long walls. Our
you. Remember
yen 21 lo 30 p'-t'
We hav
k chops
"r p snort
1 1 ii a lily no
V e pay ill
QUALITY
ha
ams every
ml pork roasts.
n" ill v nt the lmstesi
its bring the tiiisines.
car fare, and pay it
We save you carfare
QUALITY
iv in the week. Nalive steer home-killed
maiKet iu
. Our big s
villiiigly on
work.
lh
u i ials
pureh;
y.
for
SI'S
Eight (dorks
tomorrow' are
of $N.!Hl or
ceni on vour purchases and no gin
Country Sausaye
ALL DAY HOME KILLED SPECIALS.
Pork Loin, Roast, home killed . 20c
Salt Pork, fancy side 15c
Round Steak, choice steer beef, home killed i
Pic
All rl
specials, boiling beef
native steer home
killgd- 8c
Beef Roast native
steer, home killed
11c
Beef Steaks, native
steer, home killed
12V2C
Veal Roast, native
home killed .
lie
Veal Chops, native
home killed
14c
Country Sausage
10c
Hams, 12 to 14 av
erage 20c
Bacon, a sugar cur
ed, sweet and mild
By the strip.
23 c
Lard, home render
ed from home town
killed pigs, 3 lb., 5
lb., 10 lb. pails
19c
Bacon, a square
deal 22c
Leaf Lard, open
kettle rendered
Simon's Pure Leaf
Lard, 3 lb., 5tb , 10
lb. pails
25c
20c
fresh
Side Pork,
home killed
21c
Corn Beef, sugar
cured
8c
Ko-Ko Brand But
terine, just like butter
27 l-2c
Hamburger,
ground, try it
15c
just
Spare Ribs, sweet
pickled
13c
Spare Ribs, just the
thing for kraut
7c
UP TILL 1 O'CLOCK HOME KILLED SPECIALS
Pork Chops Home Killed
Frankfurts just received
Pork Roast Home Killed . .
20c
12 l-2c
12 l-2c
U'l
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