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OTTAWA KHEE TH UKlt - .FOl'RNATJ.
PAGE TWO imusday, rf BRUARY 10. 192). The ineinhciH of the Wc n's t' Is. tlun Temperance Union held n meet lug yi'HtiM'day u.ternoon at the home nf Hn. Qeorge De Slouch . 509 Third avenue T wonty-six ladies were In at tendance Mrs. Clialieth I'arnsworth had charge of the program r the af terooon, which was a temperance stmiy. At the cloae of the meeting a Miiinl hour was enjoyed and light re trntgnanti were ' by the hoat The member of the Illinois chap tor of the Daughter! of the American devolution entertained their frit nda at h itard part.- this afternoon al the home nf Mrs K. r. Hatheway on Web Mff stroet 71k if v :t, a very largo attendance. Bridge was played durtnn ine afternoon, after which refn u motit.i were ived. Mrs. J W Hani feu and Mrs. George 'VelM acted tu hostesses. The Homo Conservation and Civics Department of the Woman's club will combine their regular meetings for the first half of Februarj on tni af ternoon of Prldav FuU nut, to liea Mrp. Bewell at the :.tv--iv Thoatre lecture on 'Com m unit) Work. Mrs. $4 veil, who is one o' th sm rtttrac t'oiu on the I"a ;(!'; I: 'ft' pro cri n. has cO'iHiut'' to r'rntucl a round table at the conclusion of the aftimootj id;.', meui'j-ji' of the emu has been tni i i ibis ! The juniors of St, Mi viers v Veto hosts to .i banquet served seniori of t i i - Institution ano John P, Qulnn on Tua ila ul the aeademj , delh lous dlnn lilting ol frull 1 oektail, toma hlscults, salad, celery, olives, juice, pineapple salad, peat hi i pad cream, cake, coffee and mi) . rved, Following the rtlnnei formal lal hour ami mui I i t recently conducted b 1 1 sehool of the Bpworth church will entertain the w 1 I anquel tomorrow nighl al t The dinner will be s rvi i o'clock, followed i y an Itif rial hour. Home Sewing A pattern ol this Illustration will be - 1 1 1 your address. Fill out the attached blank ami mall to the Free Trader-Jour nal, enclosing 12c In money or stamps, Please allow ten days' i lme in w lib i to have pattern delivered you l i ByUncleSam.M.D Your Health Send your health questions to Information Chief, U. S. Public Health Bervlct, Waahinuton, 0. C ieif addressed stamped snvsl- ope must be Snc led for per- sonal replies; hea th ques i tiuna of ocner.ii Interest J"- i a' iwered in this c . i: ' n ;y experts of the Public Health tiei lce. tlve Elect' ic PI ll . There M-l) ,n .. . i I, out i ' ' IPS nf electrical Bsh, but the i irlcnl properties of mil live or - Imva been studied In detnll, The best kuowu are various species of t"M do, belonging to the si fitinll) found in the Mediterranean and Adilntlo st-aes the cymn I he Utopian 1 1 Methodist church tonight at the h Kerste, 518 Outh lag will be Bpem Creshments will i A chicken supi night al the Firs the members of friends have beet invitation to utte I mm if 1 11 A U4JJ A in, mi e i found in the Orinoco in South Aiiieii- h of the Anihs, a native i M. ', SeiH- ni and oth- mil In Hit" was in mill i; We are strongly opposed i tnoval of tonsils, but our chll '. ol I! Ill Colonel CLE ARAN C t . '. . 'J. H Vi IW days in fin an r: ft 3 in re L' ICmbroh SPRINC DRKSS J. v.:;, .--'4 N tW:'.- ...,:;;v.:. ' $mm ' "''fl BACK HOME VS. CALIF. AS SHOWN BY PALMER rut in i Sizes: I, a, 4 A i year size will re Is of 30 Inch material. I materials, voile, ba tiste, lawn, crepe, crepe de chine, repp, poplin, silk and linen could be user for this style. It is also at tractive tor gingham percale, cham- fii f n i ri;in i n 1lL.LiwAH I '-' TOR THE YEAR OF ' g88a ENDS SATURDAY Oniv iwo more which to !ak advantage of our many tmw values .Sale ends Sal night THE LEADER. Ottawa, Ills. vv. . Palmer, who ll thi ! to thnl realm en; j laureate fame, H I Is worth ; , r : . ting Pattern Dep't. : Please serM Pattern to my sddrcss, 12 Cts. buclosed. Back Hcn'f. v i;,75 feller'. .-jri-'f a WAV:. li '-A. ' 4- - Ww1 -'r"W i -iffy ! I X ti ;i ; S HtP' V f a ; For casi ah hi We plan to Across the tl The nrnlrli Back Home n i lull Hut surety hi ai ! Tho th.'A-' rs thai drifts lie N'amt mi. No. iiimnuim, Sirs Postoffic State Back Hon To grasp the thoughts those word! convey, h'or when you travel round the land Vou long to grasp an old triend'i Vim loni; to see thai old-time smile, Life Calls for One's Cost. To make a success of life you m-ist he always ut It with your eye on the J..h. I dver-;... i win stimulate fur more Intensive effort, but the effort it self must have no diverting Influence. "This one thli R I do" says the apos tle. nni in do ng it be ivins. Keep yoiw (.ye on the hnll and put your best tu to the darns. otln ivill i number of times he Mouth Bn ewouataiiftxtrt 1 i i slei i with her mouth open. How can I p re V e n t i f ? ; : n Circulatory Trouu!'";. Q, I am 52 years old, an I ;i i w FEBRUARY, 1921. 10- Prank Stone, Farm l, Wto, Johnsoa, Walthasi : 1 M Thurs., 17, Ja tham. Kri.. IS. dprr.. Sat . 19, Open, Mr. Man Here's a real bargain and it's on something you need. Genuine Gillett Safety Razors The $5.00 Kind turn ; a hluish gray color 1 suffei with cold feet. Will you kindly tell ote the cause of this and a cure Bowels are regular. A ;i nil north of I. a Salle, o:i the oi l cemetery load. Frl.. 25, Howard Roux, Wallace Mon., 28, Open. While The Last . . : S3. 49 llfl I . I L'n j on a t norougtl I . dud out Jut i hat i i wroi th" examination includi . ation of the urine, Try n V.'anf Ad fn tl. Journal for Quick I V S. You see iher are verv few i opon dates, so If you want to he In am . thla salo calendar, call or write or lory 'phone r,V'..Y. at my expense. This ouid calendar to run evi ry day until March .. , ;. 1, 1921. Pick your date, a3 they ar with 1 g"i"8 test COL. DAN F ITZCE"A1.D, Auctlonoe'- Sam S. Pearson's Sons Every Ihing in Hardware Madison St., Ottawa. m DOd 715 Webster St., OTTAWA, ILLINOIS liiilllllliilillllllllllllillllll:!!! L5B55S!s?S One -piece tailored dressr-s will ngaii) be in favor this spring for street wear either with or with out separate coats This model la In midnight blue trlcotine sad satin to match. The skirt is slit into six panels' showing the un derdrew of satin Shoulder tabs of satin, cauplit In at the waist Une, are an innovation. $r r m AT TVTTT m ma. H -ft. 'i,-jtg De clmiounce fir Sprlnq n Km it a $ jSL & " f-A f W maS&. AAA jr 1 Dr. H. Fledderaiao PILE and GOITER SPECIALIST pilcs, 1 removi i,y s abto beat Uthod that removes them foievrr. No knife, uo chloroform, no delay from work. goiter, i reduce by a dependable absorbent method thai gtVM com plete and pemnaaent results. Doai wait until your heart eves and nerves collapse conserve our health. At Hotel Ottawa, Ottawa, 111 . every T! ursday from IS a tn to 0 p. tn . over Askin's Btore. m SUITS I he Tried and True Navy Blue in Serge and I ricotine are the favored garments. DRESSES Beautiful in color combina tions featuring Blue and ( lold in Sal in and Paffeta. Clothing on Credit. O.lit 9 MnaiienDerger s : rices 502 La Salle street, Ottawa, III. the Low-,- , uality the Highest i rhrifty People Will See the Wisdom of Buying Mere Where All Mer- m -handise is of standard quality and Where Your Dollar Will Bring vhe bijrrest teturns. m W rmv O. 13. wool Shirts, double elbow $3.35 M IB Army Blankets, wool. (). D. ii , leavy black cot Ion sock ;, 2 $3.85 1 pair i r 25c B m ipparelli d USA 5-3 en the tied of ..kespcarc. t , i i ..in in i leavy Slue cambric work shirl S9c 1 I Shoes, russet $5.45 I Leather Mittens . ... Government Duke 3 Mixtur m Corduroy Pants, good value 49c 1 ; . for. . 10c 1 $3.45 1 an . 1 1 1 sf 592 LA SALLE ST., OTTAWA j Hi . a liilliiiiilililllliil 205 Eh Main St Sttcator, Hi.