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THURSDAY JANUARY 13, 1921.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL. 1 ms for mlm ma TAX RATE EXPLAINED jjV$T m DI UMAo. h. MMbtVIAM visited friends in l.a Halle IhhI nlghl freeman Rarti r, who ban boon in 'iiic ago ini' i onie time undui noinn treatment for lome internal ullment, returned home, much Improved, lay Blebbius of Marseille! wan an Uttuwu i 'I. in Today in the Court House Record of Real Ctlue 1 ransactlor and Buslneis of the Circuit, County and Probate Tribunal!. OttawH I'nr Willi. l.everlch home from Koch Inland where bi was called b Ihe Illness of hla mother, w li Is now itreatly hnprov O. H. S. NOT COSTING PEOPLC TOO MUCH WHFN ALL THINGS ART. TAKEN INTO CONSIDERA TION. HE SAYS IN INTERVIEW GIVEN TODAY. Publication of comparative tax rates for Ottawa, La Salle, Peru and Btreator, which reveal 1111111111).'. bul bald ftgures, stripped of ail facts, was assailed this mornlnK by Print i pui Charles H, Kingman, of the town Hliip high school, in uti Interview gl en the FVee Trader-Journal. Mr Kingman's exceptions were to iiw Hem which he Baid, conveyed an entirely wrong Impression to Hi" minds of the reading puhiic and lofl Sin lly Hundley who has been sta-1 lioiii'il iii fori Bill, Ark., In the motor ordnance 1 orps 1 in bis home al I Mr and Mrs, Charli Lea on, 2lli i Supi rlor si reet) are ihe parent ,11 .1 baby liny limn Insl nigh I al Ryburn 1 hospital, Dr. IV ll. Hessllng and Attorney I Em mi 11 Kellj i-ii,ii friends In Btrea tor laal evi ding, Miss Ann,, Hathi v. vi died friend army return '" Btri ator laal nlghl in Bluffs i'- tor- LeHti r Smith, Roland Bmlth, John McKlroy, Joseph Dean, Vlncenl Kree in, in, Kenneth Bapp, Manlej Morley, ll,, inn Jacobs, Km met I N'aule and White were among those who attend ti-sk , il the dance in La Salli last evening. Claim Ail Philip Kohl of Marseilles visited In mann First Otta tva lasl nlirhi ! I""-1""'. Probate Court petn Prob of Will Kt .i Namee hrg Feb 10 al 10 Admrstr Bond App Dlotriob. Pinal Settlemenl E Li Itta Miller '! al. Inv App Eal Willie Edith IS Eldredge, petn in Bell Per Pol Est Ellen Skit iale a ith App Bill ana ln Apn Est Ellen TONIC A hi ''ii qulti slrl now st, mi' bette I. ll Slllil! iinlv the people wil taw a was payl should for upl biilldlng over 1 "The tax pi man, "may be 1 it k facts relal tax : "There are the Lhoughl thai Ot z mn li more t h . 1 1 11 . King-follow-: chool .1 1, Bane, of the Ice nnd Fuel j company, wonl to Chicago this morn 1 M 1 h Helen Or iham, In, lias been I visiting ai the home of parents, Mr.' mil Mrs. K C, Jordan, lefl this morn-1 8 ! ' ... , Ing for Cleveland, where i- will',. H. ', . ' , rlsil with her sister, Mrs T. D much In bealth , vtis i.oia Beard i-; again inn k In Stephen Patterson ol the Duncan Tonlca ,,,.,. havlng gpen, Inn: store Is in Chicago today. months al Covert Mich She has Probate Clerk w. C. flick has gone rooms with Mrs Jennie Wain. a ' ' 1 : vlalti 'I i'i lends l . Dot of Heirship - Esl Llla Miller 1 M K Vah Natnoe, ml Bettlemenl Ell Sett Est nils Orubb Walter lOrubb Ra- S Dellolt. oof or Heirship Bsl .ios r Rog Margaret A s Murray, iii Priv Bale of Per Ppty App Verne Borchsenlua, mrstn- Est Margaret A Bbca 'ay to John V Murray bond ippara apptd adj Mch tern Circuit Court Ordcrt on nlii of amoiint due. 24033 Smith Adami Co vs Qaul Iv to deft lib' addtl pleas lustanter, 1 K Van 24S0-1 Charlie vs Charlie Iv to compt to amend 1 1 la 1,111 hrg and decree, Margaret 1 24749 Naussen 1- Nauasen hrg on rule io siimv ca ise &c, 24921 Ktlgore v.- Kllgore hrg an-l decree. 24989 Peter ion Pi terson hrg on petn for temp alimony el for Jan L'2 ni i". 24943 Roux vi Roux hrg and decree, iiltr on afii of umounl due tor ens: M 1 a w P Co vs Chubbuck Lindn I Interlcutory order, Ottawa, 1 22978 Manchow vs Manchow cause n Insti tel .v redocketed hrg on ittled E 1 Hi ct al Priv Bali WIU TESTIFY Give Liberally To the fund (or Ui' rellel of the sturv- inn children in Europe, R. J. Klein, the Tailor, Will be pleased to aee you ni in-, new location, .'-'ii Madtaon street NEW CASES. M swinkv O'CALLAQHAN Peter MacSwIney, brother of he late lord mayor of Cork who lied in a British prison, and Don iid O'Callaghan, preienl inl Xtayor Of Cork, arrived at New port News recently and are ex pocted in toi iity before the com Attention. C. A. R. and W. R. C. The Btreator W, it. C, has extend 1 il in you a vi'iy cordial Invitation to attend the Joint installation of thu offlcora of Btreator c. . it. Posl 68, I W I! C. 118 on Friday. Jan. 1 I 1921 .ii - o'clock p. ni. PlMSS li 1 your prosidenl or post command1 er know If you Intend to ko. ii would he wise :,i lake Hie 11:53 n. m. car to Btreator JOHN k. HILL, Commander. MRS. IRENE ORIFFITH, Post President, Jamea A Nora Qordari fte v- mittee now holding hearing! in ikflold Twp LaS Co certloj' Kelly Ki lly atty. 1 hi isiian Hi isel - Caroline i r Judg by confn for 1956.76 A Washington oa :ii. .. . .. in lit- mil are three large townshi) hii:li srhoola in La Salle county Btreator 1- now operating In an old, .. overcrowded and outgrown building, ' . In fact, tkey are -till putting up una about the ka$na unfavorabl condj ... lime, than Ottawa had In the last a 1 years ai the old ( ) ! r ; 1 vs , 1 high school ' ( ,. tn i it nt;. Hence comparisoa with , Btreator is of little value, "li may be Interesting, however, to treel offer some comparisons of coal us re ninp, garde the operation of tbe hii;h m; schools of La Salle and Ottawa. Both . . ... gchooie have aboul lie- uimi number viis of pupil; in attendance, and both aro ot Ni operaUng unffer hiotlern conditions, or In "It Is usually misleading merely to Mb examine rates of taxation. There wa v are Hi con Ideratipn if one desirps to arrive Wis al conclusions thai are of any real Ottaw Misi Ellen 1 ias accepted a Salli Mrs. II ll I. ami, iti became paten Son No. 1' came Into the home 1 Mr and Mr , Harry Graves al Loata A'oodki al Madison and laku Mills, Wis., vi Itlna his folks decree, Robert Can. aolr 5016 Clarlne Dammann v. Dammann dlvorci Iv to p p, Tom w Bmurr. , 11 C li, inti r in Florida. Iss e raldlne Rulloi school in M Issl isipp nding the holiday vi return, l lo ?undaj afti r Sail and Margaret Corrlgan ! j be n movi ,i from 1 hi hoi pltal to her uome in nireaior. .1 it. Kay has moved his barber shop 1 1 1 1 of the smoke house to the front room of George A McFerson's furnl- l i 11 . s, ev i". J, Hlltabrand. Treasurer J. F Ryan, Appointive olflci rs installed 1 R, s N 0. L A Burgess L. 8. N (I J. I!. William-. R, 8 V CI Herman Hanson. L, S. V. ii Lee Rowe. Warden Henry White. ( onductor Gli nn Abney. li. B. S. William Volght -Ir. ISS I rani; L. Muieni Inside guard George Morris. Outsde guard Roj Patten, Chaplain E. Williams. After installation Brothi r Turner TRIES TO PREVENT WRECK OF AUTO: IS RUN DOWN BY TRAIN 1 aim Tfm first ihinK 10 be home in lasl nl hi mind is that La Salle's a I valu- . 1 .. . more than thai of Ottawa, for Otta tawa's valuation is 1,443,449, while the 1,1 Salle district reports vi"i;. 'i : base to whlcrf the tax rate is appll I If exactly the lo I, schoni purposes both In La Salle aid in Ottawa, the La Salle rate would I e lov er than Ottawa a i ecauae their iismMMi valuation Is so much high er This fact in Itself shows the er ror in merely comparing tax rates, Pay Off Fart of Big Loan 'Another fact which needs to be borne i'i mind te that, due to Its re cent building operation--, each yea" the Ottuwn district las ,, yeavy pay ment 1 principal and Interest u l enils 1,1 he mmlo n-tilto in I , c., , . .ll I'll I ' ' 11 In Streator 1 .nni, Ureator ; i stone was 1 ail. il to southern ileal ll,. brother han been sick Ave year Jewel, and also pr time and death came ns h R, McKee, secretary, with ; elite Harms of Long Point Eastern star No, 94 held the 1 Foote of Tonlca were mar- nual Installation Friday night 22, tic ceremony taking elected the following officer! h he ,i E parsonage In Long year: orthy mat i on Anna Fi rater Bloomlngton, ill., Jan. r: Dr F, P. Stedman of Baybrook, a well Known physician, was painfully injured last nighl when he was run ou westbound Lake Erie and Western pass, liter train at a crossing about two miles east of SavleooU Both feet were smashed and amputation was necessary, lie bad been out on al call and upon reaching the crossing his car stalled on the track. Hi was aware of the approaching train and finding that ihe engine of his m ichlne ' FARM RIDGE. Parish meeting of si Andrew's look place after tir services when the officers were elected on Jan, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Fogle and ilnunh- er, besides the other members of ihe Antram family, held a family reun ion at Mr. Antram'a In the Ridge rear's day. This day will long be remembered by ail as one of the happiest ot their lives. 11 U fte) jter of Lowell 1 ailed at his sister's, Mrs. Qeo. Clunls, recently, Kenneth Antram ami brother were Invited dinner guests al the J, w. .Mullen home last week. Mr, and Mrs. Curry were recent callers in the ridae. The members of Starved Rock Council, Knights of Columbus, win bv ft! iiuunei aiiu supper Lunigni al ir 111111 room-- on l.a Halle street, following their regular evening meet ing. V n- Mr and Mrs. P, D Crane ill enter tain with an informal evening party tonight at their home on Clay street. mm TONIGHT Justine Johnstone 'Blackbirds." The talc of aristocratic crooks that forms an ab sorbing drama. Also the lalc."t Fox News. Tomorrow Shirley Mason "Gir! of My Heart." A Wm. Fox Special Feat ure. Also a new Rollin Comedy. '.i.ialil not lesnoml he rushed uii th, enieo 1.. v nurgess wun a twenty- trttcfc ,,, ,;1K ,). train. He was dazed ' bj the bright light and tell and was . fountain ... ,:, M t ,1 mil will, Ih, InsnlH of his feet. URBAN POPULATION EXCEEDS RURAL U. S. dy of last 1 il ' I HI bo home at noon to remain awav from I the building until the first bell, A r nili : uplioil .me 1 Mrs it :i i ili Miller and thrr I'.eWitt, I;, I was Wi dnesday mornlnp fi r their t 1 iiln v mi Worthy patron Noah Locke, Associate matron Ida Shawbacl Seen tary Matl ie Immel. Treasurer George Mt Person. Appointive officers installed: Chaplain - Edith Ebner, Organist ISarah William-. A.dah Mabel Richardson. Washington, Jan 13. Par the firs' S I time in the nation's history mon than wm half of th" population ol the contl ' Wt nental I'nited Btati 1 if IIvIiik in urban gg territory Persons living in cities and IB towns oi more than 2.G00 when I he I I 1H2" census was taken numbered 54 :U8.032, Hi nsus bureau announced today, while those lhinr In rural t( i ritory numbi red 51,39 ,759 P IlilUll IllliillllllllUllI OCT 9 w i 1 XX uruan the rur Carrie Immel Louis Millet- Shaft Peculiarly Situated. E. K. LINCOLN "THE INNER VOICE." j If you want to sec a picture without a dull moment, be sure H and witness .his ane. y Admission: Adults 20c. Children 10c. Friday and Saturday DOROTHY GISH I "MARY ELLEN COMES TO TOWN." A laugh, a surprise or a punch in every ,'oot of film. In- vile yourself and ihe .'amily. il IIIIIII! IIIIIII! Tattoo M Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S OAST O R t A FINAL SETTLEMENT. R. A. Green, Attorney. ',, Hormnn t'.eeke heir al law 1 Pr. t fivi ditions sars He 1 y Holli pie a I leh Buren'a Attar of Rose hereby notified administrator 0 the undersigned I eslate will ap .ale court Of La lary vlgnochi and Hem Ited friends in Marseille: 10 k; in addition tance from principal and interesi tenth of the amount m in Ottawa for tliis r Salle's case also th' been greatly lightened cent ami frequent gl Mr. MatthlesBen. Ol congratulated in pos modem building whi it lo he erected toda for the fractional ra given by Mr. King, o ha ' done th( Job ah 11 $3698? From Z "It is interesting al lump sums levied In 1 for the lasl year. La P-vy of 170,000, hut calved $36,982.89 assis Matthiessen estate during the year, and also federal government aid ot over $11011 from the vocational hoard. POT this same year, Ottawa levied if-TVtHiii and received no outside - 1 1 In addition over $10,0 f t!ii mon ey was use.i for permanent equip ment and Improvement In the lmr.,! itic. and Was not in any way charge able to current expenses "For those who feel a major inter est in the "comparison nf fas rates, the following table is submitted which shows the Increase in tax rat a for bieli school purnoaes for 192 1 over iwirt through the county "Memlota Increase f Hi reat or " l,a Salle ja Ottawa ,nj "From these figures it la evident that Ottawa's tax rale Increase has bed nthf lowest in the county this vear. aotwithntandlng the fad thai her assessed valuation N lower than that of either La Salle or Streal r "Of even greater interest than the amount Ol money lev) -j j the rennrt .' P lu-use ot the tctaal T secretory M Ottawa. On Wn "0 Me Than Ottawa. si nooia re beiie . . '. , . any other direct io! raised hv taxation 1 ttawa are a'orth districts and to tin I RUEHLER. BHO j J Originators of Cut Rate Markets Jr You can depend on this ad. SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY. Smoked finnan haddie, lb 22c J Fancy fresh trout, lb 4 Fancy halibut steak, lb 4 5 Fresh oysters (solid meat) qt. 55c ( mm, That's HELPFUL Dealers Aid Their Customers iften do not considi nsidei (he he:!) OUalltV service of re us 'is true iii all lines but especially so in ie rommc.rlides are heavv anr Duyei tail d building materials whet bulky and much of the service is not in sight. ao many things enter m is the unloading, sorting in plain sight of buyers quires a lot ol labor an VUn , . . ,:i 1. in the court h, actual ..i Brick cheese, per lb. 22c p 4 Lont?horn or Young American cheese, lb. 28c d Limburer cheese 1 lb. pkgs., lb 20c 4 1 , 11 ? (Extra Special.) $ i M ,1 1,, ' 1 '''S a''" 4 Swiss cheese, per lb. 30c jpw A(MMM1 4 Milk, tall cans, per can 12c fjr:; i Arcadia brand Coffee (special) 31c mMMHfMXVSXlM Neck bones, side pork, lamb or mutton, fefl J f sljnrer,bs' P!SS feet, hearts, liver, brains, nos- 4 4 ton butts, pork shoulders and all kinds of S seven i 5 smoKea and cured meats. 4 Salle and at ir respective irround 'he!n a tie,,! tli sl more thai y are costlttg the pul li m . i.rl. -.. I 1 ..e . nihil in 'ie- neiio,',. 01 i-uii, a- ,... 1 , tional experts who are Bent at ret.,,. . , "'. " ' . " '"'" ' , . 1 1 ''i., iui'iuoiu ai li h i il ami slate UlKD unviitiv . ,, ... - ... 1 . 1 .a . . Vl'll Voir, Wirt Ulrt.T anrll.in na , , :i i-. ,,, c , - 1 1 on lumber yard service First ihere id piling so thai materials may be nd yel well protected. This re upervision by trained men. limDer dealers and 11s pmulnvM mnal ,, i n.m. ed as to grades, quality, just where to find everything in sheds and yard. They must be able to give reliable infor mation that will help the customer. That is real service and its rost is considerable. Another servici ting the right tl needed so there may be no expense or trouble to the buver in housing, protecting from the weather. If your entire lum ber bill was dumped on the site promiscuously you would have trouble and expense in caring for it. The real service yard gives you just what you need and when you need it. the delivery of building material. Put js on tire building site just when they are Credit ries t not ge hands other service. The local ( Iyer until the building is in advance, deliver the j aler generally car impleted. He does ) and then wash his 1 mufl fit f( amounts spent for last year. Actual mhoriim for Inspection; and both ot golf links have ihe ream el an, I val '4 Watch for our big special ad in Friday's K paper. 11 He stays with you until the job r changes his plans the dealer ex just what you want and need, money, An ordinary retail lumber 30.00 to $75,000.00 invested. He his men. reed the teams, buy sup S good ot bad. 1 Ie must give a high er what the COSl ear about is service, capital invested, ontributions to various community be paid for before mself. per cent below the reasp in the "over- ice, i our dealer marks his prices down mill prices but he cannot maik down la bor, taxes, insurance and other expenses. I umbel I'tn i's Ate Lower but the service must remain first class regardless of cost. 1 alk Id you lumber dealer about your building problems, i ou know him and you know he can give vou straight in formation. I hat s part of the service he offers. Lumbermen's Publicity Bureau nl th wn tin i Kr,. th i 1 1 s r ..... a I Kinder ph ase botit) M .v I' tiink j their own coaununiUe;