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"""OTTAWA" FREE ETRAPEU .TOUHXAE. W!mif TUE&DAY, JULY 13. 15:0. " tyventy-jive Odd Fellows,, Habekn'is end' thft'mehaflcr at tin' eiicaminni'iit gathered In tho organization liall on (ain't strt'ot last night to attend rt public Installation of Ottawa Etifanin ineut No. 33. I. O. O. P. Tin ollLw recently elected took thefr oaths nf offlc. District Deputy Cliarli's Hallailay acted aa installing oliiccr. George K. Howermaster took the olllic of past chief patriarch ty right of seniority. The other ottlcers installed are an follow: Chief putriarcu William Tclluian. High priest John Murphy. Senior warden P. h. Houchins. Junior warden Clarence II. Wilson. Guide iW'llllnm Kngle. 'Fit vyatult John Malcolm. (Second watch James l.amliert. Third watch KInier nodgins. Fourth watch- Frank Warren. First guard of tent-Dr. II. i. T.I ford. Second guard of tent-l.otils C;iefk'. Inside sentinel Daniel Kiciil'. Outside Hentinel t'hailes l.ambeit. At tin close of the business ssii.n an informal social hour was In Id and refreshments ol ice cream and ml. a were served. $$ ig Aiont forty mftubers and their lur. hands of tho WeHtmiuster guild of tin' Presbyterian church held a picnic supper last evening at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Ivsmotid on their farm eouih of town in honor of Mr. ami MrB. V. TUurber. who were mar rle,d recently. The party met nl tV1 church at U o'clock ami ten automo biles were used to carry them to tin larni house. Tables were laid in t!t"j beautiful prove at the 'Esmond linin but the rain furred the picnickers t'. M:rve their r.'ipper cal'i-teria .stle in the house. Alti'l' tile supper a mo t doliylitliil social evening was spent The iie:t f.f hom' was pi-esenteii w ith a pil't froni the fruihl. Mr. an I Mrs. Th'irln r will make their fiitUM home in Marseilles. The installation services for Key. .1. A. Circle were held last, evening at the (,'ranil liiilpe I't e- !iy: i-ri.in church. Tim services were very beautiful ar.l the clmi'ih was crowib 1, liev. .1. i. K Craighead of (Kueiai preached the si rnion and liev. W. S. Snider of Mo: ris gave the cliaritc to the people and Kev. .1. I,. Voiickx of tie- Ottawa I'tv--lijterian church gave the charge to the minister. A ttej- t !n sen Ices the congregation retired to the basement of the church, whr-re a social hour was spent and light refreshments served The V. M. IV S. of the Illinois ave nue Kvangelieal church will meet Thursday eveninj: at the church. A very tine procram has been arranged and a large crowd of young people are expected to attend. After the program a social hour will he spent with refreshments in the basement of the church. '2 3 $ Tim Missionary society of the Illi l'ois avenue church will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Samuel Totel on Illinois avenue. Mrs. Klsie Judder will he the leader and a delightful program an 1 social hour will he en joyed after the meeting. BABY AGAIN TO BE STATE FAIR FEATURE k Springfield. 111., July 12. mo. The great Illinois baby will nrain he the stellar attraction for mothers at tho coming Illinois state fair, August 20 28. Judging from past achievements fully 61HJ "little shavers" between the ages of six and sixty months will pass under the close scrutiny of a corps of expert physicians and nurses to d'ltermine if they are physically and mpntaily normal for children of their age:. Incidentally fifty of the most perfect youngsters 'will receive sub stantial rewards, the nature of which will ibo definitely determined in the near future ippr-oxhuutfl.ly COO WbU8 were ex arhined last year, 400 of whom are el igtlle to this year's improvement class. It is to this class that the greatest (benefits accrue. Tho moth er.! who followed the advice given lust year by the physicians will he more than pleased by the improve ment made by their children. The He.'ter Babies conference is by no means a'lialy show." The habit s are weighed, measured and sci entifically examined for tho purpose of detecting detect, if such evi-d. AVhere defects are found the mothers are advised us to remedial measures hi be pursued to pveuome ihein. No fees of any kind an charged. The conference will he held in the fast bulcouy of tho Imposition huilil injr where every possible comfort and convenience tor molheis and chil dren are lieiiif installed, including resnoum for mot iters and a nursery for the children participating. Kv cry child will b carefully examined iii.u only t'to.e in the l ost of health will be admitted. The Utile tots will Ih protected from the public by means of glas.i pa I t it ion -.. Ibo conference will he strictly sci etr..fu' in har.irto I and will conduct ed under the pei.-ona! supervision of I)- ('. S. Clair Pral.e. st n t director of pillule, health. l!ah;e.-s are expected from evi ry cmi.ity in th" sta e. Mot'i ers desiring to eroer tir-tr cliildren in tile cot.ferciii e can teetire rules and a J pHentifil- blank.- by addles 'ins Dr. l.'iake. stale dop.trin.ont of health. Springfield. 111. A plications will he reci iv-ed up to midnight oi Thursday, All,;. 12. l!t::o Rhodes Mi&sed Fortune. Cecil i;h'Mle.s spent JI,",0.mi (riiiin for oil in Mexico and ku.-o it up us DonpayiiiL p uk, or a freak. State of OUo, City f Toledo. Lucu County aa Frank J. Cheney makeg oath that h ta eenlor partner or the Arm of F. J. Cheney A- fVl.. ilnln.' tnlnrna In tho "Mtv nf Tn. ledo, County m.d Stale aforesaid, and that ia nrm win py the rnim of ONB HUN DRED DOLLARS for any cae of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATAIIRH MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENET. Sworn to before mo and subscribed tn ray presenco, thla 6th day of December, A. r. ISM. 8eal) A. VT. Olenson. Notary Public. MALL'S CVTAHIiU MEDICINE ta tak en Intprnnlly and arts through the mood on the Mjiuiis Surfuces of tho System. Drujpjlsts, 70c. 'lYatlmonkUa tree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. r m rn Willard Don't Rob It If you put off getting your Willard Battery registered at tre very beginning, you are robbing it of hours of future service. Why take a chance? Be sure that you r nex t bat tery has Threaded Rubber Insulation, the kind selected by 136 manufacturers of cars and trucks. Battery&Elec. Service Station Jauch & Dicus, Props. Experts on Starters, Generators Magnetos and Colls. Streator, III., 109 W. Main St. UCEAND GEORGETTE GOWN ' OPERATORS PLEAD LACK OF CARS HAS DELAYED MINING CLAIM PLENTY OFTLTl. CUT DE. LIVERY IS HELD VP S. H G C EX I ,), ,v t- coal lo Lake Krie ports for I shipment by lake lo the northwest Id'inni; the season of open-navigation. I ! .( -.tated that 1 , -T ." oils have 'lie :! -ppplied to the mines daily for hlit-; ; ,i f , i m', 1m n (hat I. one daily are t : ; . , . . 1 . The latest report of the eo 1 , i i; I . . ! siii vev shows that lip to July !:: I l.iKe sliitiincnis siine the be niun.tit; of the season arc nearly I. ;;. tuns In hind the ipiant il y ship ' ni in the .-orrc-pondinK period of , p. , ..ml i.e.uiv r,,iie.',H"o tons behillil j-P. I'la.ei.-- liiauiiu rs of a special colli ; -, po it ted by tne conference lo ! .a: ihe -tiiulieii are )r. 1-'. C. lion ' iaai,! ..i.'l L. I-'. LutlUSlli. (llhet-s Irolll TENSION OF PfilOtvlTY OKDE R : :a id lie vv.-.slern .--late,, jm lu.le K. M. v of luwa. Altred M. Dc.le and TO PERN'.IT QUICK i-HIP.VENTS. On ...n!is a!l':e (.f Indiana. :i mmm ,-eal stltln lent Tl !l:ei't- i.n and I e c . '1: 1 a -.-leu cis t,i In this model sketched, cream colored georgette Is combined with a darned lace. First thr Is a straight, narrow skirt of t! georgette made with a deep bx-m. then a tur.fc gathered evenly all around to the belt and weighted ot the bottom with three two-inch bands of the lace, each lined with flesh-colored chiffon and attached only at the ton. Three-quarter sleeves finished with two of the bands, an over-blonse with shoul der caps, lined with the chiffon1 and then a low-swung belt of the georgette with a cluster of artifi cial violets at the center and the costume Is conikte After you eat always use ATONIC :0R YOUR STOMACH'S SlKE") one or two tablets eat like candy. Ins tantlvrelievesHeartburn, Bloated Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion, food souring, repeating, headacheand the many miseries caused by Acid-Stomach EATONIC is the best remedy , it take the harmful acids and gases right out cf the body and, of course, you get well. Tens of thousands wonderfully benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded by your own drug gist Cost a trifle. Please try it! W'a-hiiiLtea. )). C. Jr.:' : hundred liituminiiii s i- il who assembled toilav at ihe Wrional C.il .is . .. tie lllsi'lvi s able to in! ".; a . needed hy the iimh.'!". r ea is are made va i i' a in appeinteil a ,-,iiii!.:li- . v. ii h a i omnia t , e ia va : ' . lives in Xc Vi.rk or. W'ed: to aapiar bei'm-e 1 1 1 1 'liter no f. e commission en Thti: Th" coal proibii-ers sire that the order o! ,;a . conliiiinn the use of npi co.il lie contiliued in c!V( t aH:r w , e,'ii at ion of the th::' t y l i -1 . which expires June .Jl. I'1;-' ! : ,1 '. a i i'.e utives ali'"adv bi- re,,ii '-d an eti nsiim ot the on!. a- lor tional thirty day period, v.lt was as,., lted bv s;-.iker at I ineetini; that, despit,' ilo- con::iiis- sion'.--. order, the supply ot t-.irs at the ; mines has lit t n only from to ' 'r cent of the tintr.ber rieed d. The: railroads wet-' accused ; laibtre to! earry ut tin- order The i hari;" a i ma.de tii.ii other iadu-iries ware urf - ! linn i-peii top cars, eontrary t..i the order of the (ommissinn j The situation ;u 'he northwest and i in New KiiKland nt .-iv-d ihiet a't-i!- I lion at the liamls of tie- confereiu e. ; With respeit to 'lie lail'l'.West sin.la ! tien. it was d--lared to be imperative ! that additional cat's he sup.pl :ed to' Wopdu That Resist Decay. . ratoisl The Use of weeds In airplnues has i all of CiMised experiments to he made renrd , ; lted' leistaie e to deeay of various is. piice, w 1 1 1 -1 1 lias oeen e- Irrigatlon In Spain. Spain In iKiiiex only tl p, r cent of llx cillliv.lled land, bill the it l'li;;itei Modioli produce nliom one fourih of the (ouiilry's 'rep. Try the Tree Traddr-Journul Want Ad " .(-,. mi: titiiaivn iiiomi f t - t '- " - ' ' r.. la'i V P) ' ' ii "'li-V IImt nr ri.ur V r mVc kv lirrniiisrs i x$tm ii iis.veiy u"cd in iiiiplnne coustnie tii'ii. is not parliciilarl.v durable, l'ort (ii'ord eclar. Souihcin cypress and '" ' "n1' ( al.ieiiii.i redwood are very resistant ay ei a-' to decay. LI i- Hair Often Ruined By Careless Washing Soap should be used very carefully, if you want to keep your hair looking its lest. Most soaps and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use sMul sified cocoamit oil shampoo (which i-s pure and prcasclcss), and is better than anything else you can u-e. One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and.,the hair fine and lilky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can get Mulsiiicd cocoanut oil shampoo at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every member ot the family tor months. (EMC TRUCKS The Complete Truck Line" M. I. Adams & Son Clinton Street Dodge Motor Cars Your Automobile Home Were is a store in which Ottawa people can inspect automobiles with comfort and convenience, and buy with confidence. A store that belongs to Ottawa, equipped with mechanical facilities and intensely devoted to automo bile owners' interests. Not only a place to purchase au tomobiles, but a place to realize your ideas of automobile satisfaction. m Repair Shop in Connection. BUICK CARS Mers Motor Co. Columhus Street Phone 1125 SAMPSON TRACTORS Complete Line of Accessories. Jud Tunkins. Jud Tunkins says ii ink-lit be better for the world if tombstones were mors reliable. Xo mutter what Und of ti lite a man lends, lie's almost Mire ot ti complimentary ipitaph. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A S T O R 5 A Ladies! Keep Fit , This Hot Weather StomAcf? U fu;ck to upi Dr. CaIilwfir&3yritilVsiu mill briiuj prompt ttiliuf auJ comtort ilV. ipiVKsiiv; luv.t rntcos W:i!th. The hou..v'oi'lv Invoinrs ! .U.-.'M;i' atki l Ml' lli 'I kill lit t) U: i hnr !.. .-u'.:,r f . 'Pvyt.il 40! It ni , ii ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 i 1 11 it '1 V 1 1 ! 1 I ! k' 1 r: ' ! 1 ' lli.:? t.i::i.t h is iiii i'i ipu ' 1 Jiid toiio! ;i.Uinn i'ullviv. i iitiuy, '.1 .i. li is wvll t.) l.nn'.v tint tV-P i.i ;i r--m r!y lint ! ir.$ : ui. k r l- t. U is t (X I lr. I'.iUwrU'ti ,'ruu ri-iii, .tr.it cm tititl it in any ttnn: st-ir. It is :i 1 tinLun I iinitif.ii 111 ; -If I.ia-i! , 1: In 1 ! u 'i P",ki: tli.it a t.s .isi h v.t !v.'. t iind b'Hn t ills tiro U 'Uiii oi i is a. u.ii'i latiun. T.il' ti'- ,il uf S- t p ;it n:ghl Jin 1 i.tv t's 11 ('(', ho. 1 ft v (i 1 .lnii" 1 vviM In- i- 'tic i't 1 hi nuHni".'.'. V..-! will tl.cn Ol iui ilio. lic:t v. 1. h iiim:: t. 'pi r-' ;'i r ' hot- ..i'li' ; tf wMiv n 1 11 : ! ; s (i'.:;liy win) tl 1 r.wt u f iU.'vi i'i -r 1 1 1 I M i-tiifr i: .; 1 .'1 t . i .-, Ii s J",iiliU t m. M: I I.:C, ti i i 1., . St , l.:;i:ut !! ",-ult M.. ii . u i-nlin-ly on Syruj. IV-jjsui, ;mJ : ho 1 r- ' ) . i7.'i'ei(:r 1 nim am lUv- Iv'IO.V I:. Ilin'l. ::. - - ' ' 1 V i, .ii-..- i I t't' " ff Millions of t;:le ol oil ,;.-rt 5 C'o'i'ni.' oaona.iiiett. I at t' i,: fa Dr. V. II. CiLUivil, ; 111., jtir a jr -c saiii!'!a 8 milliar. o:;lis .cert- iwii,,fu at Uru. ini'ia ear-.. a .ty,:i,. L: How Much is a Million? nphe moment you mention a million dollars to some people, they are antagonistic. They imagine that a million dollars represents a tremen dous part of the national wealth. Instead it represents only one penny for each inhabitant of our country. Swift 6k Company last yearhad an output of 5,500,000,000 pounds. A profit of one cent per pound would have re sulted in $55,000,000. The actual net profit was $ 14,000,000 or cne-fouith of what wo would have made had the profit been at the rate of 1 cent a pound. An ,vcr:uve rrrnt: cr ( fraction of a cent p-:r indicates a highly cor.v und !t:ve coiv.lition in tl;o inJstiy and aho v-i'cvcs ovr a silai that packer profits have practically no effect on prices. Swift 8c Company, U. S A. NOTICE The following territory has been added to our agreement for the sale of Dodge Brothers Motor Cars: South half of Freedom township, llui south two miles of east three miles of Adams township, all in Serena township except the north two miles of west three, the south two miles of Northville township, and all of Miss ion township. Due to our increased allotment we are able to make deliveries more promptly than heretofore. M. L Adams & Son Order Yours Now L "' 1 """ The .. I .11 I. .1. is mm Wllard si .