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OTTAWA FftFE TRADER JOTHWAK.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921. PXOfc TWO Strong Resemblance, "Con ten tm out," remarked in a Illltfllt.V line ill. i.: : Children Oiy FOR FLETCHER'S e A S T O R I A The Man From Rochster Misses Bata Ctottler, Iude Qarver acted i and Btbel smallhone entertained with won b an Informal party at tne former's VVIlllai homo on Illinois avenue, laBt Bight, bOBtesi Twenty young people were present.! The guests played bunco from to 10 Mrs o'clock, uftcr whioh they olearsd the aftorni rooms and daucad until midnight, parties when a delicious supper was served the Pa by the hostesses. The honors at bun- ol bri co were carried off by Miss Margaret ternooi Montgomery, Brnost Douvia, Ward served Ball and Miss Marie Carrier. The ladies of the First Presbyterian I church, are entertaining with a very "'B8 enjoyable social this afternoon ind the tw again tola evening at the Mima r Mrs j. W. Turks, 906 Mulberry street All brated of the proceeds derived from this en ! day 1 tertalnment will no to the Missionary I eaterts society of the churc.t. Mrs. Parks,! night Mrs. 3. Manderscheid. Mrs. K. Thorn-' formal as and Mrs. F. Loener ar acting ai gueats, hostesses, i j Miss The annual Masonic Minstrel show to Leo will take place on Friday evening, month, March 4. at the Masonic Temp! i ai a vi Columbus street. The show promises Beffel to be equal! as 1 -ruining 1:1 . past yearn. Aftei the performance 9 1 lie tlie audience wjll be Invited to tfanei win ho until midnight The affair is for alllnesa in Masons and their famllleB. o! the ' " Fourteen table-) of bridge were played at the Ott. a Boat club yea- torday afternoon at the regular Wed- j " nesdav afternoon Informal party. Mrs hit no E. Z. Mercer and Mrs Horace Hull ai an Pattern! for Home Sewiikf A pattern of this illustration will be sent your address. Fill out the attached blank and mall to the Free Trader-Journal, enclosing 12c In money or ase allow ten days i'Ii to have nattern a man in Hoi is business ai l bat man IOW1I In ill ..f-ITIll..! III I j time in which to have pattern i "'-ft . ) .mi lii iy nai '. lei tin, i .i II the world. e worth it saved DR. BARTON A u u FOR DAUGHTER 17 it -A AMERICAN DEMANDS ON MANDATES F IN THE MOVIES ARTISTS SOON TO APPEAR A T LOCAL HOUSES. I Pattern Dep't. f ... bM . 1 U t. orta r H ( i '. l H u km a. nowokm. Trrwi 'I 1 Dy wfcrr lterhiti .tail lonw. Ilf JA etSsssaifctat LEAGUE A 'NEUTRAL EITHER THAT 0 BUCw 13 BEING 'ASSED ONE TO THE OTHER---.NVWAY, UNITED STATES IS NO NEARER YAP SOLUTION THAN BEFORE SENDING NOTE. MOVIE STAR ILL 12 ets. W.i March e cottnc demanding an equal vi JACK PICKPORD Jack PlcMord, Mary's brother I seriously ill from pneumonia, it tsjlfomifl j! Name . T Size f j, I os.o t State I ce ... 1 lt LET'S 0 To Old Virginia JL&fc SSgN IgMgfPV IL 18 RICHER JS ARE LARGER ES FOR GRAIN MING IS EASIFK St: A SONS ARK 't'!'"l'-4-t"!"f"t'4"t'I"t"t"t"t"t'!.4.4,I"-!"l' EX-SHIPPERS FIGHT CHINA IMPORTATIONS Says Death la Unreal Proves that tne Dead Still Live died by t It the ret' to appea and pres As foi legaue Unttet your exi WHERE THE FARM! N G THAN ILLINOIS. WHERE THE SEASC LONGER ThAN ILLI WHERE. THEY HAVE M THAN ILLINOIS. WHERE THE WOMEN f CONTENT THAN IN Take A Trip Business House j Bargains block or storo rooms in Ottfl a;i 1 Homes, Sweet Homes BLOOMINGTON, BANKER Kl I-? Chicago Spectacle House S SELF Makes Startling Offer Statt Bank Will Send Handsome Glasses on . gull ide bj Trial to Anyone. Geo. A. Crowden , a Tra ler- J GEORGE DO IT" :s Beef. MasoniciVllRstrelsanciOance Friday Night, March 4, 192! For Masons and their families. Masonic Temple. Admission 75c Unfit if to I !.i;;",i'uw uiiiii t II 11 1 1 t i Block of stock of the 9 Restore Color. and Attractiveness Rer:pe Gloss or Sale! iii- Peoples Trust & Sav- 4 UlgS Bank, Ottawa. Cash depa that tin d hi i in -esenl wt A TEXAS WONDER in a Vim for ki'lney and I1! ft Vet, weak ami bladder troubles, lame bP.kn, rln u iMep I I matlsm. uecuiates bladder tr ; l children. If not "old bv vonr rit?liri''t. by mail ?1 ,2S, Smnl! bottle x iften cures. Sen'l for sworn testl I" monlals. Dr. E. V. Hall, tSN oiue y,,, street, St. Louid, Mo., BOM by iliup gluts. vith it ami through four tialr. taking one small strand .t a time; tv Rionunsj the pti hair dlsa ars. and afwr another ar Of two. your hiiir McoStMH - ilark. trlossy and attractive. BSSJSJ and Sulphur t'om a ililiirlitf ul toilet requisite Who dsstrt dark hafr and a ll'IM'.aianee r in not "n- teiHled for the ore. Butlsjation M pre vention of dim-Hie id il 5 Terms: 2 bankable paper. j P.J.Mahoney Cashier i 9 Farmers w. hants seilles, III. & Mer- Bank, Mar- 12 I J5 i 4 I K e Trail to OMALL business is essential to oar national prosperity and has -' won for itself an important and an enduring place. But small busi ness, however multiplied, cannot undertake to serve the public in a big way where unity of service is necessary This must be accomplished by great, highly speci ilized organizations, manage n tly and efficiently, and functioning to the benefit of all the people. Such an organization is the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). is to refine crude petro e many products needed le to provide a system a which will make them available everywhere, and to sell at a price which is fair to all. Jf-.OOO men and 11 their time, energy, to the task, while h ive invested more 0 of Capital. Its Dusint leum intc by the p (.I distribi dish thii ano inn the stoc than $2( In preparing to meet the demands of industry, agriculture, and motor ists throughout the 1 1 Middle Western states served, the Company is now refining petroleum to tne limit of its vast refinery capacity. It is distributing gasoline, kerosene, and lubricating oils to its bulk stations throughout the terriority in order that it may be in position to give immediate service when the Spring and Summer rush comes. Standard Oil Company 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2394 es, we do Watch Repati ing Expert Work and Quick Service W. H. LA W Jeweler and Optician 824 i.A BAfcliE STREET I HI Hi - iii Student Nurses The Ryburn fcity Hospital wants young ladies between the ages ol I 9 and 30 to enter its training school. PUBLIC SALE! hijdi school education ijCarhnd' Horses 4 J One vear required. The- Ryburn hospital is an accredit ed school of high standing. Its gradu ates are eligible to the state examina tion for registered nurses. Students are given instruction, board and comfortable living quarter besides being paid a salary. For further particulars see JESSIE HORN, Superintendent. 5 t I will sell at public auction ;;t th? Novelty Feed Barn at Ottawa, Illinois j 5 U SATURDAY. MARCH 5. 1921 a 5 f s f t f f 4 f f t 4 4 f f f 4 f 4 4 S 4 Ccminencin?; Bit 1 :00 o'clock sharp Consisting of brood mares and geldings ranging in age from 4 years to 8 years old. Ranging in weight from 1300 lo 1600 lbs. This lot is considered the best that has ever been shipped into this locality; thry are ail broks and are all sound. Good workers and good colors. There are some fine brood marss in this lot. This lot are of my own raising and arc right out oi the harness and will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve. They have been shipped from South Dakota. If you are looking for some good brood mare? and some good geldings, don't forget the time or place. J. J. LYONS, COL. DAN FITZGERALD, Auctioneer. Owner.