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FRIDAY, JANUARY 01, 1921.
OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNATi. PAGE SEVFN DOINGS OF THE DUFFS That's Evidence Enough, Isn't It? BY ALLMAN -STL MARY ( iRW l am B C SNN 1 ;R. SOCIAL1LI. WOLVES. "We're sociable an I friendly," said Mr. Wolf in Mrs. Wolf. "Wolves cnri tor their mines. They ilmi'i pick qui h niHti' nml i In ii quarrel with her rigid away. Nil, iii' .v cure for her ttuil they like to bfl " "h hr. I lull i- llj tlll'J have picked In v oiil in (lie hl place, nml they tloti'1 change their minds, either. "If we hndti't lovi'tl niii' 1 1 1 : u i -s la the llrsi place we wouldn'l I nvc cli n them, nml ii ihej hadn't loved us they wouldn't lia e 1 hosen u. Ami io we're social le and wo don't off our nn j i like some crea tures do. "There are some anltuala wa go nil by themselves such ;i (treat, grenl deal. "And wIipii I saj tlntt wp love our mates whom we pick out I mean that I love ,M'ii. Mrs, SVolf, and so do otlu r Mr. Wolves love their mates." "And io (In their mates love them," mil! Mrs, Wolf, in ii voice which neemed .to Mr. Wolf in he verj sweet. "Ami we go about together and have audi it good time," said Mr. Wolf. "I'm u better lighter than you are, Tom, i oom't Think 'i'i Furkiacl. is ahH tiooo The viuoiv House is cold' I M Ik'VIU'. TO SI 'l The Iawoloro on Phowh AMD I HAVE HIM cuml. i ' OVER HEftE liiAlo STRANG6 TTW HeATr , ) axoAR -VIDWUBAl V Ti.at'-. CTSAUftB.! ) . ...... . 10V 0 em l ' :ii'tU- . - ....... K, ... HI PAIKfcW 01 i 'CO j i Jl VL'k.' i)L). IFVciuTHWKTHAT FURMACC IS ALL (ctnv. JiioY pul VOVR lAM0 oJ THAI RAOIATOW AMO HOl COLD IT I VvlL 1 1 ,V.;iJ CAM f fciXfcT To COOK on n Cook ON tTr Vitf. KLF-P THAT FOOD om there m stead V . 1 I I I Wi itrwi it i v (iifvii . I .,. . v.. ... ,ui J. 1 t r ff "ZZa ,nl r-i . .... !..f III ' ... .-- M eW ;liH5 .f LBKHmi----f -&,r ! i, 1 U V I 'V.i,l . ; n ; f Ml i MKTTn w .. '.ivvu r i 'I i ii av n aaaKaaavMBa f i i i ui , hhuu "jti .TirTV " e n id . ; r . 'i m i i ., i .1 i i 1 1 ' ''p "' CTiliiir rrrfig wp' --' Ba5S- iEeaK It 2 5 rfT A at 91 r WIkHPi 1 ' .1 yiWii j ami story boov" t- ihiui; else. "Plga )on't look like us, They havtn't Mm heads. They don'l look like crocodiles u.tii triwigtilur or three-cornered sorts nf heatlx, either 1 "They aren't in the leasl like us In any of those ways thai 1 daw men tioned or In many other ways which I hove nol mentioned. "They do like the mud nnd ro do we, liin we're hnpp) io lie on Ii nml w' don't care ahoul digging In ii ns thej do, nnd they live In a pen which Isn't our Idea of a I ie. A nnol nml 11 few surriudluif haiik hiv wl.i.t wp ' n. ........ ......... .- .h. ! Wlf k JwOtiM M& i county are being adertlsed: ML 11 t nu .... I Hlilll.nl rm ar JHL . 5 PIIRIIf SALES it&t&ir m v x J M x.' iiiuiuu LLJ U. I'll nlWT ri'oonutug bonks tit, m4 WANTED "But there i- 01 that Is true of us. an 1 ED - Even'one m Wr, rj TJ Publl fell you, before I To be held in Wal lea v. 1 Bt ni' Of.tav. a n 1 Ji ill ;l iftpt roomi M Hoi.!, ha jaal ittf jjh a tuarur Friendly and Sociable. Which I should be, for a Mr. Woll should be stronger Hum 11 Mrs, Wolf. "But you're a good tighter, too. "Ami we p' off on marketing parties togethef. We go for cuttle. Calves umt aheep we especially like." help me pick out the cl bits. Am! wp hafe such a good time together. "It la true that wolves ore all v, ehtlile, too. SVe travel In lilg nuin bers. "For aniranls that hunt so much we're us friendly and sociable a lol as yoii could And, "They say that we do grcal harm t the fnrms nnd ranches, ami yp thej find it hard to gel even with n-. Ves, we're smart, we're smart all right, "We're called Mr. and Mrs. Gray Wolf and our friends and relatives who go on p-cn! , ing parties with 11- are all Gray Woli ( 'onin. Thoiv are some of the cousins whe are like us but whose colorings art 11 little different and they ate kuown lis the White Woll family, the Red Woir family, the Black Wolf family, nnd we travel In many parts tit fhi country. "We used to be somewhal mine fear less tiiiin we are HOW, but HOW we buvi to be caret til. "There Is no gense In being fool hardy. We roust be more careful for there are men around at many limi" who carrv nuns, for tliev are trvlne t In HOUSES. la nin- Ii itc. Mlchuel F Ptlllllr Sal" :r. );on."fl aritn 8 KM j TO DEAL.BRB AiMtfWItKRB Bts commission; best homo2 brew, Purity Brand Malt and Hops; every thing for home botilln; free recipe with catalogue. PURITY AlAIr EX TRACT CO., 130 W. Randolph, Cht Lubrication experts are In attend ance, ready and willing to help you With any lubricating difficulties that you may have had or are cow ex Do NOT CHANGE FOR WINTER; CHANGE FOR AlA, TIME MERS MOTOR CO. A NDOl 11 iiniimi- niong in m story in!; 1 will till It to you at Professional lard Ode Har pr. tbC.v 1 "An food. They nre And we, too, are 1 Public Sale to be I ford farm in Ottaw; ietr fond above : (';'-v an- 26, l!l, aid almost sav ! "'clock, consisting lennle linvn to pnt I"'r owner. d on the Hen ,id Mum- E. A. KEi LI 1W c All 1J. Ottawa. "1 fiiBt clt 10 7 10 p a tne aciuall 366 E Harris. Wis. ! Spi cial Number Just ling 1921 facts of closer incite County, Wiscon 1 liome or as an Invest- thinking of baying good here farmers prow rich, for this special number It Is free on request, more -Riehle Imd Co., RIehle Bldg., Marinette, B F AUTOMOBILES i I'uhlii Park ti DR. E. C. ANDREWS OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN I 1JIA&4E1 Ford roadster, wit1! .ss sldc.-i. Phono FARMS. PUBLIC SALS. Pub Ov .TO. I I I 'honf . rAn ir ARI) will sell Feb. 3 at personal farm property 1 Rutland township, Lie Aboi t and Rest. .... HEHaYtfjg Thfron L. LIM M WARRICK & WARRICK, Ciii."opra.'.tc.re. Palmer School Gradoatea Room 212-14 Central Life Building, Ottawa, 111. Phone ions. Houre: ic-12, 8-5. 7-t. DR C. A. BLSAN. protect their ranches and their farms. "That Is quite easy to understand but ii is also easy io understand that we will go to tin markets or the farms or the ranches where we get the best things. "And when we arc brought Io bay. we are brave. We will light and our great Jaws can do much harm. "Ves, we will fighl a great and glorious and magnificent li.-lii at lesst that is who! a wolf thinks of it. "Rut come, dear Mrs, Wolf, we must They are all waiting Night lime is a tine pic and all ttnfmal all live fur the Joy "They eat becan.' thej must eat nnd, 1 ill they don't atiliL'.'' ir their health 1, because they uioenjtea 311-jn M -Uto Bor ai Phase I2( -4 p rr I "But pits cure for nothing In tin World So much as they do for their eating, and alligators 1 more than any 1 him.'. "We don't bother no unless we're hungry 111 think there may be a Chi may have food to give us. "Thai is all we 'In Iniik for unless we happen I.. I, for food at thev D ORE EN DENTIST 134 OctrEl ! tie Bldg, The i.ta nitrous oxiile oxygen equipment fat painless dentistry. Always ar.4 reliable. Phones 1042-R, 649-1 I - HIUTANTflARY I H-ma vet. Qb bis beam h i owobui-VifELLi -.--V f-?ov5 -one 'of 1 n;!fxia WHERE I MOPE'S -pin- or ranchmen and Ihelr apt In nap ami sleep ec. when we can do ag, just as people go morning when they best because every come In fresh and able for all our lllltlt els where there are Join the otlu to go market time to go, 1 "Farmers helpers are 1 then. "We go, j the best ma; marketing it think thiiiL's thing has j they can hn .'But we're Ing ami our Ing in the : cattle. "And I love my dear Wolf mute and If anything hnppem l Io her my old wolf heart would be broken. So I haven't such a hard heart as one might think If one judged from the Uttmber of cattle 1 have killed." "Ami I feel the same way." said Jlrs. Wolf to her mate. ANN 1 E ALLIGATOR. "My head Is Hat," said Annie Alliga tor, "and the head of the crocodile is three-pointed and rather thick. "It may not be considered nice to bine a I'at head and 1 suppose If out wore 11 person one wouldn't like it. but when one isn't a person and when one Is all alligator it is quite all right to have u flat bead. "Iii fact I wouldn't know what to do with any other snri Of bead, "iii the southern wat rs where wp live we lie on the hanks and hatch our egg there though they can look after themselves prci ty much. "We slci p and lie about and rest in the pools and swampfl and We love to eat. "We're not jn's jiii.i yet there Is Something about us that is like pigs. kj 'ins m e greedy. . "Tluit Is 11 fact known to kfatorf "But they say that OUr the must Important thin and that if anyone n think it Alligator Alligutor and play. Joe K held th Feb, 1. 1 t am ing aea ; Ottawa, ED HOXBEY, A uctloneer. years' esperlnact booking sales for the w R. r. D. S. Telephone 9014-1, 1 ! I n 1111 &, PHlQ: is n ub 1 uuii 1 Q & 1 1 UliV hrtiLWAi LOT3 Df?. C. F, VAN ATT, Hucrcs.s-.r to l!r. Herzcg Ev, Far. Nose and TnroT. Office 404 Central .tf. WJP OTTAVA, ILL. Effective October 31, 1920. DM ALL CARS TES. all th a, "Annie ah er stays so, tl ami il is ina think nf our 1 houg nit thi graph, d for Second L' iraphed yes First I'll 1 1 . Public Sale to be held on the Geo. FIshbiirn farm in South Ottawa tWp. on Tuesday, Feb. S, 1921, at, 10 a. m., es, cattle and farm Mrs. Anna Fish- s aoo hi re consisting of dented. nfr implemen 1. the keep- bum. owner. FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE. )(; If you want your sale In my Bale calendar make arrangements bow. U It will bo pnbllshea dally Instead of U weekly. The dates are being bonked fast. I c IND. COL. DAN FIVZGERALD r Ottawa at. my expense, Phono e.'3-F F. A. K Lccatc: think ham sist i ; plem hous in tele- Own Vi s; 1 (cl -i.nt any tin THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR UEALEK. VVsst Main C;r OFINO CO., Roofer anteeo. i very best, a rnlnv U. 14n-R. Farmers! AUCTIONEEH Ottawa Ita ieca, Morris. Joliet, 111. In 8:58, 11:53, c4:56, 5:6U, WESTBOUNO, id cars leave Ottawa sta Ica, La Salle, Peru, Spring Id, Del ie. Bureau, I'rlnce 1. r5:65, g6:50, f8:'J5, f9:55, :65. In p. m. fl:35, fa:B5, j, k7:55, k;i;."iD, mil : 35. BOUND. that :lish- ond Undergraduate Ves. I tele- t id the Kovemor : "Wl ere is that 1 ! I unite forr And his answer , FREE tRADEB-JOUKNAL IMG. CO. ptftllahen NSW XORK REPRESENT ATTVBl Sot 3. C. The Company. Iii Flit Are Ei CdlOAGO RKPR8N TATiVW N b a C. TheU (Avr.paay, i Mraalx by Slott u h.s- WKNEAPOUS REPRESKKTATifl SE nf S. U. Thete ('oatpany TM Linco'; Bin COi' cut Th Free Trndor-Jeuu: -.J ' .p- tounrt at the nfwi d-pois ol neiiei pened to puritan limes m 1G42. when fi. Male, Kjteiaal Srotu, Pff'f To only two EUi i 'a theatera exlatedL (itt atorat, Mok liujr. Londcn's First Theater. It to n little dtfficult to mill In London, the liecca of the I BpBaking theater devotee, there time when an order was pas pnttmnent fnr the compulsor Ing of these "pnlares of BBIttl and matting It a e.-'nn" to be t as a spectatnr at 11 play, 1 ' Ii. J LA .;s ly ot jOcrldan, now 8Ucce8 H. - und, of Newark. . promptly day or r.iySt and Funeral Director mined. A ii. iwa ata ev Park 55, 9:55, 55, 8:00, ay an! lays and ra AND SAVE N FROM 1:41 P. M. i ' U i 1 wt C 1 1 r lD LA SALLE RANGING FROM S3.00 f; TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO a id Chicago & Joliet E'ectric Raiivvay: nd a J. ftfengher Ottawa IB , .. 1' -t:ate. J. O. iJAKKlB B02n, rm i. , w. i w mru s: WaySl.8 1 t- a days) rST FREIGHT SFRVICE. PheiM Acetita tor r-" '""""15a,