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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOUftNAL.
AOE FOUR THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1921. FARM RIDGE. ' Mr. Sn? Mrs. Alvln Doty and fam lly entertained Rev. Norman II. QuiKK Mr. Brlmlcombe and two young lailif of Ctirlst rholr, Streator, one evening the Urst of the week. The young llb assisted In the Kinging .it Si Andrew' choir of the Episcopal church in thl parish in the uftcrnoon. A sacred meeting Of the I'rosby terian church of Grand Ridge a beld Ktinday evening "ti the lawn of Mr. and Mrs Brneirt M. Hodgson Mrs Tanner of Klein spent Friday ivlth relatives near Sandy Hold Mis liertha Hoffmann ol Btfeatoi unent -a few days ol the Dast weeic with lr. and Mrs? A. Ives in Grand Ridle. C.letnnine Hlaek. who had his arm broken on day last week, is ri porte as .getting aloiiK nicely. Mr Ceorse Clutn spent a day th first of the week with her sifter, Mis Grace Helnter, In the Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. John Sutton of Otta .wa were spending a few days of las "week at the Everett Hodgson homo. Miss Wollenhaiipe was a reeeiit call er on friends in the village. Several froin this community at tended the funeral Wednesday at tie Bajitlst church In Deer Park of th' late Mrs. Smith, who died at hoi dfRiehters. Mrs. Richard Siknner, of this parish on Sunday, alter an Ulfte of eveial weeks. Mrs. Smith was born Aug. 9, 1841, in Connecticut! She came to this part of the slat' When a sill and had l"'ii a resilient of. Deer Turk township the grind tiart of her life Her husband die I Several years ago She is survived by one son, Elinor, of Alaska, and twi flatiehters. Mrs Richard Skinner of this striata and Mrs John Skinner ol Sandstone. Lewis Antrum and fiitnilv motore 1 to the county seat on the Fourth. AUSS Dorothy Duder and brothers' William and George, and aunt. Miss !Nora Duder. called at Mrs Catherine Schroeder's th first or the Week. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schafenburg of Galesburg are visiting at the Bchrde der home. Miss Arelene Blrtwrll has returned to her home In Otter Creek township after a brief visit with her undo and at nt, Mr. and Mrs. George Fogle. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Patterson of Streator were guests of Miss Belle Locke, near Grand Ridge, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Frieze enter tained relatives from St. Louis re cently. They were on their way to Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Orville Woodward and sens motored to i'amplcu last week, where the yspont the Fourth wit'i Mrs. Woodward's parents, Mr. and Mre. J. B. Miller. Mrs. Langley and family, who re side east of Grand Ridge, motored t" Marseilles recently. Miss KAighton tnttrfalned Miss Nagel froriOttawn larff Week. Mis Vra WoComba has returned to her borne iff the reui'yeaUfter a brief visit wfthjier unclertid aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest il:-Kdgson. George Duder and slater, Miss Doro thrmntoffd to Streator Thursday. oMj rdSfEflfl iaffwk'f Ohio after a visit with Mrs. tiroes parents. Mr. atuliflUii Efj P. WaktM east of Grand Rlifti? JlUn Harold Yocum has returned to hi homo after a brieffVlsft : with lriends in Deer.Jtabetovynlthr ''. Mr. aid! Mi 3. ilowurd"M. CHeatf and Ilttle-illeees :xM the'-Fonrth with the Miller family, nMgwalnut. : The terrible Are which visited the G. B. Duder home on the Fourth, de strbytng the outbuildings, etc., wej well fought by many willing workers. Although the residence caught lire, it was saved. Frank reterson Sr and daughter. Miss Katie; Miss Mary Rest and Miss Ora Harris wero in attendance at the services at St. Andrew's Episcopal church here Sunday afternoon of the past week. Leon Derkard has been quite lndh posed at his home for several da. -with a lame back. Miss Ada Foglo entertained Mi's Margery Robh on the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wakey and fam ily entertained relatives from Gales burg Saturday. Misses Hazel Hunter. Lillian Ken nedy and Rev. Quigg of Streator mo tored to thfs parish on Thursday alter noon. Rev. Qulgg is- rector of this parish, as well as Streator. Mi. and Mrs. Lewis Antram and family had as their guests tho Fourth Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson and family or Grand Ridge. WIKred Antram enjoyed B visit with Arthur Hayward Saturday. Mr and Mrs. William Gieim had as their guests the first of the week Mr and Mrs. Thodore Schafenberg and family of Gflleoburg and Mrs Schroe der and daughter, Miss Catherine, of Streator. Mrs. Roy Atwood has had as he guest the past week her stster, Mi s ( rawford. of South Ottawa. Harold Yocum entertained Willis Sutton ot the Ridge recently. I IDYL GLEN Mr. and Mrs Jacob RosdaH: BOri Glenn snd daughters (Jertie and Clen 6t Korwey, Iowa, are visiting relative., and fiinds here Mr; Bailie William on entertained th Section Cemetery society Frldaj afternoon. E)tbi Williamson was a Sheridan caller Thursday. Bernlce Hoie was numbered among th" bIcS ISst week Mrs Ward L Christy, Mrs. Eugene ChTiatv and children of Chicago are visiting at Dr o. T, (layer's. Theodorp Williamson If helping Wi! liamson brothers throush haying and harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hougas, Mrs Mary Hougas and Mrs. Nellie Qlsi n Of I nraoni. Iowa, stayed over Sunday with relatives lo re. Mr and Mrs. Halvor Kaldhelm have g baby boy. Mrs. Albert Netwlck. Mildred. Leon ard and Ernest or Bag) Moline are vis King relatives here. Fifty of tho relatives of Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hougas enjoyed a pirii'f dinner at their home Sunday. Several events were celebrated the birthday Of Mrs. Willie Hougas of Lamnni. Ipwa. who was present; the twelfth Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. C A. riasson. also the biilhdav of Mrs. Thomas Hougas. which will Ik In A'HfU-1 C. A ciasson is neiping miii,i:i oii brothers . arvest grain. Ribbons! Ribbons!! Ribbons!!! v hi Ip0 Artistic UN- ot pekoe-edged ribbon makes this frock of new satin faced errpe on that youth Will gaee upon with longing. Tins model, by Urauor Brothers, New York, has the appeni.in. e of a straight lined dress but it Is really shirred en nt lie- waist with a narrow ribbon Udl tytne In the mrk Itihl-ns are popular now and the new full and winter models are very much oerlbboned. OTTER CREEK Last Tuesday the Jolly Thirteen lub of Ransom spent the day in tile timber near Kt man. The) had a pic nic dinner in the vening. Their hu - band-, joined tiu-in ami tooli supper. Mr. and Mrs Braes! King were en attained recently at dinner at Mi KIiik's parents, Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Bchobert of Grand Ridge, also tlo-i; on. Frank Schobert. Mrs, Spcckman and daughter of Metropolis. III., spent a feu days last week with Mrs Hernia n St (idle. Mr and .Mrs. (Sturtjiefl BrOGlr iwd s(m Lloy.iJ of Ohio have le op m.Uju,, friends and relatives In this vlcinitj Thoy returned home this wi elk. The Community Boosters held tHi ' reolat thfcettng Ifi Bolster hall Iti Kernan Tuesday evening. The follow ing- program w;is given: Selection, Bomter orchesfr'a. " Jt. .-it.itlon. Ediia Mai key Heeitiitlon. Lulu Itinullnnf, Violin solo, John FreetMtt! Recitation. Pearl Mackey. lleeitiition, Nhtaife Shoots. Dunce, Mildred Itaer. Reading, Vivian King Vocal !H)lo. Mrs. Silas Missel. Reading Of the Bobster Bwgle. Selection, Booster orchestra. Arleno Blrtwoll spent pall Of las1 (iek at hie home of inr uncle, GeOTge Eogle. and the rest Of the W k wir'i her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. C U Kogle. Miss Gladys Glelm of Grand Rapid" and Glenn Horn Bpenl the Fotfrth i i Jollet. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kruger are the parents of a lialiy boy horn June Mrs. Kruger was fornrerly Kill o Koetz. John N'orrif and family of Streator and Mr and Mr... Richard lone, of Chicago called Wedi day i vening 11 the G W.olfauger home. Mrs. Ernest Stevenson has been en tertaining Mrs. nine; of Geneseo, 1(1, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harbi r ate d'n- nor a Week ago Sunday at the It C Harbi r home. Miss Agnes Mlflln of Chicago is vis King at the home of William Boud'. hot Mrs. William Volghts returned home last week from a trip tQ Oohaloosa, Iowa. Where ffer sister. .Mrs. William Kilpatrick, resides. Mr. and Mrs. It C Harber ami chii drou and Mr and Mrs. Taylor Jones Of Streator spent .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tim Harty, m ar enona. The Ever Ready club mot vVednt i day afternoon at the Community hall in Kernan. Mr. and Mrs. ('. Wolfaugor spent Sunday evening at the home Of Her man Horn in Grand Rapids. Irvln Hunk spent from Saturday untn Tuesday with friends in Jollet. W illiam Boudlnut and tamily spent last Sunday with Llson Mattliow an I family of Illaekstone. Otto FreOBe and family and Mr alio Mrs. WiUiam Freese motored to Chi cago last Saturday, where they visrtcd relatives, returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II Chatham are pntertaining cpmpanj trom ChiooKo Mr-, Janii a Hill returned home aiie" visit of three weeks with friends In Indiana. COAL BURNING TIME IS FAST APPROACHING Arc Your Bins Filled? COAL BUYING TIME IS HERE We Have the Coal You Want When You Want It And the Way You Want It. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ! ! ! Hamilton-Vincent Co. Call 751 222-226 West Main Street DIM Mir K. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Coleman. Stella Bhi i and brother Dan ami Shea attended the funeral of David Burke at Ctlea Saturday, Burke was formerly Miss Nellie Mi Mil; Mr: M n Sh, of Dimmlck. Mrs. John Pantenburg and son Alt ami Mabel Punfslnn were Mendota Callen Monday. Mr and Mrs. Ren Peters and daugh ter of PerU are spending their vaca tion at the Peters home.. Mr. and Mrs Ofattrles Bchtfitl and Miss Mabel Kasttrhill are guests at the Benedict home. Mr. and Mrs. C.il M( Dowdl of Hub. stead, Minn., arrlyed, hero Wednesday to attend the tuncriil of her tudhet, Walter Altion, Mr. and Mr.. luiii-t were lu re John CiToenehields of to attbfld the AiftkGU imieral. Air and Mrs. John Lyiidentneyer and family rpertt londay in Mendota. Mr. and Mrs, Nkk Aitkeu and Joe (iatis.s of Karlville were Tuesday VilJ Itors at (he Aitkeu home. Miss Alvatretta I'ottinger returned from Ann Arbor, whore -he attended the commencement exercises. .Mrs. Neustudt ami sen Of La Salle attended the Home Bureau social held at the Robinson homo Friday night. OtiO Of the most successful social; held in Dimmlck lor a long time was held at tile Robinson home Frlduy night. It was given for the benefit of the Homo Bureau and $4v"n was real ized. The com mitten want, to thank the public for their patronage anil also Mr. and Mr Robinson for their hospitality. Mr. and Mra family, Mr. ami and family spent Walter Aitkeu and Mrs. Arthur Aitkeu last Sundav at Clen Ftirk. The following guests, were enter tained at the I'ottinger home Sunday Mr. uM Mrs. otto Loekle and fnmih. Mr. and Mrs J K Beepe and family. Miss Louise Loekle of I'eru, Mist Mar garet Vollmer of i.ostaut. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kroiwelter of Chicago, Otto Loekle of Champaign, Dr. and Mrs. Josi ph. I'ottinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Ilickok and family, and Mrs. John Pantenburg. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Robinson and family attended the Maze-lteinhjirUt wedding in Peru Wednesday evening. ROCHELLE BOOKED FOR BATTLE WITH Tl FANS TEAM MANAGER SCHED ULES FAST OUTFIT FOR EARLY GAME LYNCH AND MATES AP I PEAR IN MINONK LINE-UP AGAINST PONTIAC. I aie last night. Manager Dunn of the local baseball club, closed nego tiations with Rochelle for I game to 1 be played at the north side lot, Aug. ; 7. Indications, according to the dope which is circulated concerning the Rochelle team, point to an I'xeltlllg i contest when thoy appear here in bat I tie With the Cubs Rochelle is represented by one of I the fastest umlpro clubs in the I stale So far thfs season thoy have I played fourteen games and have not j suffered a defeat. Paddock is their mainstay on tlio mount and his uo- hello ha kerf tlevet; (hink ol de le. it when he. goes into action. Pad dock has defeated the Aurora club twice and has handed the Waukegau team four straight defeats. Rochello'a long string of victories Is due mostly to the fast Holding and heavy hilling of tho players They are reported hm being tho heaviest bitting semi pro aggregation around this neck of the woods and will no doubt give Dunn's team a good go for their money. Play With Minonk. This afternoon Jimmy Lynch and Charley Roth, star battery for the local team, will perform tor Minou, against Pontine. La.-t Sunday after noon Pontine, by moans of some raw decisions on the part of Cmpiro Cor coran of JoHet, defected Lynch and Roth, 3 to 2. Today the stars ex poet, to hand the Pontine nine and Romlno, a clOVer defeat. Paul llrun dage, sensational shortstop for the in- i. lis. and Shorty Sheldon, local third baseman, will also play with the Mi nonk team "Red" Williams, former member of the- local dub, who was re cently released by the l"radford asso ciation, will play third base for Mi nonk. Merle Bdmunds will play sec ond base for Pontiae 1 oeal fans re eagerly awaiting the arrival of next Sundav when tlte fast pikm ilnb appears at the local dia mond. Fans are enthused to the highest pitch and can oxpoet a fast, game. I'ekin so far is undefeated, having won ovify g-anie they played this Beasoi). Red Hobson. (.lever right bander? win perform no 'he neiund. while Pratt. Craig and Clark, former local players, will also play on fho Pekln club. N. L. ATTENDANCE SHOWS INCREASE New York. July 1 I Official figures show oald an increase of nearly 160,000 admissions at National league haaotial tamos thus far tins season over the same period last year. John A. Hoydler. president Of the National league declared In a statement issued last night. Last seasbon, he added, "concededly was the most prosperous In our history." Our club owners are more than gratified with the attendance." Hoy dler continued, "they having in mind the general business depression and knowing that baseball patronage is flueuating and dependent upon weath er conditions, quality Of team play and the character of the championship race. Baseball, as a sport;, Is in good wholesome shape. Its finances later may be affected as have those nm most other enterprlsoR." PACER SETS NEW MARK FOR KEWANEE TRACK Kewanee, III., July 11. (Special ) Mis- Helen Todd, bay mare, owned by I). C. Thomap of Kno Cityi established C O A L OTTAWA AUGUS - j i i How They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won. Umt. Pel Cleveland till -js ,614 New York lit 8 ,613 Washington M to ,MB Detroit 41 606 Boston iu 4;t ,496 St. Louis !15 47 .427 Chicago :ta 47 .412 Philadelphia m 48 .893 Yssterday'a Results. Washington, I0i Chicago, it. Cleveland. I: IkMtOBt 8, Detroit, 1 1 ; Philadelphia, 5. New York. 11: St Iuils. 1. Games Today. Washington at Chicago. Boston at Cleveland. New York at St Louis, Philadelphia at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE. 0 Won. Lost. Pet Pittsburgh M 87 .688 New York 48 I'M .til's Boston M 81 ..7!t Brooklyn 42 88 ,619 St. Louis 40 w .506 Chicago 3U 43 .434 Cincinnati 28 4! .304 Philadelphia 28 03 .888 Yesterday's Results Boston, 8; Chicago, 1. Boston, "; Chicago, 8. Brooklyn, 6; Cincinnati, .' New York. 9; St. Louts, i. Pittsburg at Philadelphia, Games Today. Chicago at Boston. Si Louis at Now York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Philadelphia rain. 1 a ret ord for tin local irac k. In the 2:15 sec slley :'::'() trot trot with a purse $ion: oud day of the four day Illinois V I circuit meeting. Summaries: Silver Lou. Oh, m by Wilbur LiOU (Lundah!) 1 Donna Thompson, b. m., by Peter Odonna (Honey i . . . t Bgo Oratton, by Solon G rattan (McKay) Dritsio MOSS, b. in . bv Red Medium (Zupel) 3 Nick Lieoftda, The PeOfian, Kay Matthews started. i l and Time. 8:21, 2:'l7U, 2:1 2: 17 pace, burse $4(i": Recall, b. g., by Kddle C. Jr (Harris) .1 1 1 Bessie Lynn, b Lynn. iWeltvi Merrill, b. g., by by Burro Teddv Bear ' (Frost) 3 3 3 Kvn B., b. m.; by Count Louis iHunahaw) -. . King R.. jolla Girl started. Time. M;t- .... 1 4 6 and Bonttie Light 8:15 trot, purse 40o: Miss Helen Todd. I), m.. (Hawkins) 2 Jaunt Fast, o, B., by Tramp Past (Ander son I t 2 111 l Capt. Mosby, b. g , by Col. Moshy ( Runty.) .. 5 3 5 2 Jolly, I), g., by Borro Jolly (Hurres) 4 6 3 3 Jean Mark, Sherwood, and Anna Voleta started. Time, 8;1SH, 2:12U, 2:12!. 2:D;.U, 2:1."',;. - n DAY NIGHT O. K. TAXI Phone 126 Excursion Starved Rock Every Sunday and Holiday 55c Round Trip Ticket Fare War Tax 4c INCLUDES FERRY CHARGE ACROSS RIVER Half Fare to Children Between ages of 5 and I 2 Years BAND CONCERT America First Band of Joliet will furnish a High Class Program on Sunday Afternoon, July 17th s BOATING For MARTIN SLIPS K. 0. OVER ON FRANK MORAN New York, July II Hob Martin. A v. v. boavywolghi champion, knocked out Frank. Nloran m Pittsburgh In the seventh round of a scheduled twelve round match at the Bronx OX Ing drome lad night A right to tho Jaw and a shower ol body blows downed Moran, who luyed on his buck as he was counted out Martin re ceived much punishment, although he was fast on his feet ami seored houvl ly in the exchanges Moran weighed 2on pounds and Martin HB, Martin claimed in the second round he broke hi-; hand which prevented him from w inning sooner. Sailor l-'reedman. Chicago light weight and Pete Kaitlej 01 New fork ought twelve rounds to a draw llart- lej seored a knockdown in the tenth round. Freedman taking a count of nine after he was hit on the Jaw. lvfeedman hud the hotter ot the box lug in the earlier rounds Joe Durman, Chicago bantamweight, was awarded the Judge's decision over l-'arles l.i'doux. Freioh bantam weight champtdu, after a fast twelve round Contest, CONQUERING YANKS BACK WITH SPOILS New York. July 14 The steamship Olympic, Which arrived today from England brought a number Ol promi nent personages in the sporting world, among whom were Dovereux Milburn, captain, and Louis Stoddard, of the victorious American polo team: Will lam T. Tllden, world's singles tennis champion; Zenao Bhimtdxtti the Japanese tennis star, and eighteen Oxford and Cambridge a bletes Cant Milburn curriod ilo- -ovetei Internationa polo cup' under his arm Tilden appeared worn and fatigued. He is recovering from a two weeks' illness and said he a glad to be home. He will rest for a time before taking to the courts again. A TEXAS WONDER for kidney and bladder troubles, gravel, weak and UUnS backs, rheu matism. Regulates hludder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, by mail $1.25. Small bottle often cures. Send lor sworn testi monials. Dr. K W Hall, 8888 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Bold by drug gists. Paint Up! OILS ' , LEAD VARNISHES READY SHELLACS MIXED GROUND COLORS PAINTS STAINS W. D. DUNCAN DRUG STORE. From Ottawa, 111. to South Bank of Illinois River BATHING 0 Further Information Phone Chicago, Ottawa & Peoria Ry. To Clean Gilt Frames. Water In which on! ns hnvo been boiled make, mi excellent cleaner for gilt picture frames Dust on the from can heat be removed bj a whisk broom covered with tlannol or cheeseelofh. ... I .1 Used ttr oirr o years RfcFHKSUING SLEKP AND A BRIGHT TOMORROW Aftur your book n Hi Tublat ( vsgktsble apetleat) just buior t tiring to inukt) your sleep cb'nr and rehashing, Kerps awy si-.. 1 ahes, Constipation und lldiousnrM. CORBUS" PHARMACY. NOTICE 1 To the public Our new tele phone number is 729 Battery & Elec. Service Station ) 217 W. Main Street ' Willard Batteries Clean Up! MmM'W ForEvery Purpose and the right sort of brushes to put it on with and at the right price 55c Round Trip Ticket Fare War Tax 4c DANCING