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OTTAWA mm TRADER JOtTRWAE.
PAQE TWO tutdav, aucmjst 4. mi, At a very pretty party wiiicn was plven lam night nt I In1 home "i M ts William Mulholland mi Buperlor Itreoti arinounceinenl was made of the encaferaent at Mrs. Walnolland's daughter. Miss Mar;. Mulludlaud. in "" Jn- "tit J Hut) !-. ol ChlcagOi for merly of La Salle. Tho murriago will take place on Sept. 14, at '. o'clock, ai. St Columba'n Cathollt1 church in tnls utf. Tho Mulholland residence vita prettily decorated throughout In pink ami while nt bower In the two colors boing used to enrrj oui tin1 color schehie. Thirty -five kui.-is ire re in attendance Right tablet of bunco sare played throughout the ev ening', nfter which ;i K ipper was serv oil. It w as miring I Ho supper tnai tin- announcement was mute, cardfl containing tin- nam of the couple and the date of tbe marriage wore preiented to each iruest, The out of town RUeSU who wore hen1 to attend tbe party were Mr- B. J. Mulholland and Mis Kdna Watson oi chienpo, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs Hetn - eriimton, Mrs. McGrath and the Miss- es niaabeth and Mayme Ilanley and Nina Grady of La Belle, a a a Miss wiima Harris was pleasantly surprised last night at her home oa Webster street by about twenty-six -of her friends who railed to help he derMsrnta her eighteenth birthday. Miss Harris wus Invited to the botts ot a friend for SUfiper and when .tie returned heme shortly after 9 o'clock she found that during her absence her friends had taken charge of her home, and a full hedged birthday par ty wa, in pfttgreu. The evening eras spent with games, and at a late hour SERENA L EiOrw y and fnmil bavi from their trip to Omaha. N Mrs. ( . A. Bernard and L .vlcslo - -pi nt Ir.st weeii vi' fii, fiii nda In Chicago. Mi'; Ellen iio is. ol turors spent low days with her grefldpar nts Mrs. p, M. Hupp has returned from wteoonein, where sho visited t1 r Md family. Hd HOUR ! uf 1 I In n was i i aller last Friday. Mis.. .( j Roi h 111 ol tilt n f.ile: t (,'. 'it . y. (',. .riit.( n of days h.'si u. ck. .Mr. and Mi i. Armand iiois g Ing with fit- Inlter's parent , Mr P. J, Malaise. Don't foru-.'t the lee err am social T. If. Duffy's lawn the Wthi gii under the aasplccs Of tho West ri'ia Oenietery association. I). 8. El well ami family motond Mi ihlgan, wbore they expect to . 1 1 id about a week. The Serena Ledles' Aid will serve a frinl chicken linii. c in Johu Howe's woods Saturday, Aug, 13. There will be all kinds of amnseritentfl for both young and old. and also stands where yu can buy refroahmentn. ISvory body come and hive a Rood time and r.t th.. jame time help tho Ladies' Aid. I) in and Konm !h Mosher are visit In?: relatives in Waterloo, Iowa. Hail Csjrtrrot B" Prcvirf!d. f The rtieiiry iitnt hall could pfs .tented liy fl i-lti.vr crtnrinn or ilwhnrs nt; explosives never u:is accepted by Bclentlsts, mid careful exp riments have rIhiwo Hint it has no foundation. The theory wrts hdvnncwl thru the ai;!- tntlon caused by nh Bsplttslon wot iprevcnt the formation of Millstones Meaning cf The name "Idalu from a Shoshone In means "Tbe ,,t nml refei timlouiiTei Hess of the RWnlllS ttlill lops uf the stal Idaho.' Ian the mountains," Keeping Bonks. Miimd brtolts sltrti I.c.-iil I 1 be kept 1 . ami elr I ,, i Wh, cult nni too lies il oil of I he r ! Paint Up rorfivervr Wi r 1 mTlk 4 OILS LEAD VARNISHES READY SHELLACS MIXED GROUND COLORS PAINTS STAINS W.D. DUNCAN DRUG STORE. refreshments consisting of icy cream and i'ii k. were lerted. Ml" Harris wan preaentod with three silver KpooilH hv lln1 guests. The W It C will hold a picnic m'M TIhiimIii v . bll day. at the home o( Miss lea belle Wallace on the North Muff. All the lu lies who have their birthdayi in tue three mfnitner months. June, Job and August Will be the hoi tesaea. Dinner will be sfcrved at lt:20 after which there will be a good pro gram. The American Legion and the W, n C. and their friends are all in- ted, 0. . it memben and their wives are nlso invited, Bach gue;t: will Ming one article of food for the dinner and a plate and cup. thosw wishing to no will take the Ik-Loon, ttreel oar north and set off nt Colon 1 bus street mhos will M take them to the Wallace whii iti: tl honu a a A very ploaianl surprise party was held last mIrM nt tbe home of Mr I Robert Tnrnquial In Bouth ott.iw.. The surprise started In the morning with a postal card shower, Last night about twenty-five guests called at the I irnquial home Dancing) name-. cards and music furnished tin I talnmenl of the evening. At entei a la' hour refreshments were nerved The members of the W Christian Temperance union Wl a neetlr.K at the home of Mrs Derrick, mil' Ottawa avenue, on Wednesday, Aug. 10, t 8:30 o'clock. All members of the organization are requested to cotne with an item of urivnt events. Each memo km I to lititiR a friend. ts an Ideal mbroideted ! materials rep (limn y. pou- le and linen, also Kahardlne and taffeta may be used for its develop- ment. BffiOtktng, shirring or stitch- mi? will form a vultac'e decoration. Clean Up! uroose I hnesied to bring a friend. J5V-"'J. L 1 .u." .... . ' .'''.''"JJ.V iajr, however, that i veil if the hoop iklrt come: fvettvt-;"et Sfrtt'SetOO'e fcvtiy modUied loiin. Which will help i I Pattern Dep t. :: build model high ' kg,xnq?tut.; i ... . ! SHHOni AT 11. OP I. learned that Miss Mildred ltedmar f niSSr mV youngest daughter of the tat; Mr.nnt t I , "; .,' if. ' i -i ii 1 , teaching at Lntndo, t'tah. for the past 1 ame I ji ii i S r mi T etii hi " " "" ';1' 1 i'-'-i- anltod it T i l niversitj oi Illinois win anaoie j,, pnuj i,(.Wis. r mine op- Kn tho co eae uf iiim.itren to carrv oui 1 . . . .. . . I ' a Latum M" ana rs uemii t J eonuMtion i with Oie nnlvenltv Whll wW1 "Klk" l-a,uil 'heir homo. Mrs. Bflt6yill A eeetee m J t II 1 i A 1 I I ... ' LWl8 ilS I)()t'f1 Ul)(t riii'I tIl til1' IX . . ' 'i a, m if 1 " '! 1; . Redman homestead, two mllis south wa was I J 1 j r,J", nidents tw" f-M "a rril? I 0nd 11 hliU mil w('st tf Urillul RM" : coudIp i t. I ! , n. ? z. ' i iShe graduated from the Streator Hish I J -Vi;e j,0,.. Vf'. '.-M-ln .school, after which she taught in the ri M iu4444 t ' j "The university high school will be ' ', ls, " ,hU vcMl bf'ore ,50,4 Mr am I . . ... ,." .i. . ,, . I to I tali to accept ;i position in the . a su.fv "I" ii ,iei. i., ue' .Mouiiav uii ow- . , ... . . mi m s&nsroi ;:!;';:::;- ;::f s ' ' .1 i'j i. , I i . , ' Stri ator. who join in conara u ations Ml .) A. I i ( hadsev This will provide the on , , , . . , , V i F oortunlty which those nterested In Mrs. la at present la visiting rela- (I X. 11! J thTinina'of teachers tl'.. ; ' tiw ;it LAe View. Ohio, but will re i i! Jfi , n - oi eacners in irao univi , xira tn tju, Villat;e for a visit before f?T$ j laboratory nigh Vchool for high school ! l" t"-,r home in Utah. , ' 1 V.r ' . ttachtSU, an Opportuhltr fo7 Ibe stu- A very dellchtful get together party li i VrT j dents of the college of education to wlls participated in Krlday. when liv- ii I ft get practice teaching, somehing thnt.I utomooH4 contninlnc twenty-seven I I In I all beginning teachers should have (people from Cornell motored to the I ! , j I V 4 'The question as to tuition to bi ' home of Rev, and Mrs. J. C. Crane oi l j n i iVOr cnarged has not yet been settled by I lne sswoesmit cnurcn, wirere ver Vj I I; sJ the hoard of trustee.' enjoyable day was the result. The jj,., In W . j Cornell party conoisted of former ps i II I ' PD A in rj i r( C I rish toners ond friends of Rev. Craine 3 IU IjfVVlNlJ rULHjtL, who was located a: Cornell for four f- :ty years prior to coming to the village H 3,j j .pM Little Andrew Romett;1. celebrated i Tbn party hud at first been planned 55 A hlo eleventh birthday anniversary at as .-. surprise, but owing to the fact 9 1 his home. iasi of town, on Thursday that Rev, Craine was in Cornell on afternoon. Aug. I, by inviting a nuiri i Thursday to attend the Mineral o! j V her of little friends to help Rim to do. Mrs. Dorothy Mills Johnson he was s I M ,n'' nonors ''f the occaSidri. Game-' apprised of their intentions for the J I l were played by the little folh:. after next day. The motorists brought well c y .v which refreshments were served b; filled baskets for the sumptuous 5 t Andrew's mother. The little folks 'spread which was a feature of the S3 I wsih iiiwo iuu i uiuu win pro i meeting; u l in 'un ss jo say iiiui i s a SIMl'lR nu;:ss vrYLB happy reminders of the event. , both the Cornell people and the Rev I I'.il was a eil for this j : . I I - jjj derived 1(( , r , a, 1(J y 'g ! 1 5 - . 'i s o. m men , -m. he hi'! ::!!.:., SUI BSSk PS and the right sort of brushes to put it on with and at the right price French Wearing Real Hoops! a jh . i v. I mi , in iji . w 5 .Sft-' ,. , ,,, , i Mrs. James It dm. in. who inn oeen i iiiil Family service Washed in soft water WET WASH 25 Pounds Dry Weight for $1.00 I his includes washing and wringing only. DRY WASH 25 Pounds for $1.75 1 his includes washing, wringing, ironing all flat work, and drying all other clothes. ROUGH DRY 25 Pounds for $2.00 This includes washing, wringing, ironing all flat work, starch the pieces that need it, and drying all other clothes in a hot-air tumbler, which makes them soft and fluffy a hcople mi8lnir. Gaj ts, New York designers I to America tt will be Us at lea-st iu crowds lviduai and nothing marked. 1 ralna famll) h.id a da ol pleasure winch will ioiik be remembered by all. Mtsi Mildred Merr of Rlvlock; 1" was an ovoruiKht tueOt with HtreatOr relative ThfJHdt Mrs n r Langio) hntertalnod the rollOWftrl at dltinei i.'rldav Mr and Mrs. Oeorge Woolonhaupl and thr daiishtrrs. Mrs, H J . Sutton and lu ehter t'ntln rlnr and Wsh Margar t Jeffries of Dwlghl Mr find Mr- taniet lleddhU IhH four iliiiiRhters of I :ie Drove, la., ictored to tjrand ftidge Ki Idi and will visit with rehHirea lo re snd m itor ami Ottawa befpt tdtn 10 Hielr home lu tin state I hey re Itui keve TONICA Obituary. Margaret Kloanore, soVat daughtei cf John ami Jeaunette Knapp, was horn at Tonlcu, III , PA b. 12, 1861, Hhe grew to womanhood in her childh'iod home, i living her education In the district school and later attending Ihe Normal salve rtitf ai normal, in Alter leaving the normal school sh" ongaged in teaching tor a number of yeara On Doc IM6, she was united in marriage to Nathan ii Hall ( Boat Lynn, III , ami ibis had been her home since that date, One child SS born to tbl anion. Mrs Si die !ontros Wlon -di,. came to East I.. vim she took Into her home four i motto rlt ss children of her husband. On the death of her husband on April 19, 1911, she sssumed control of the hardware business in which he had been engaged, and conducted it until! falling health compelled her to rciin I nUlsh the management to her son in law. Chester Montross, who has bet n i in charge during th" pa si six months, At the age of IT Mrs. Mall united with the Baptist church, she was om oi the leading members of the church in ii.ist i.ynn during ihe time II mafti i. utied an organisation tin re After the organisation wan discontinued ai i-.'avt I. vim he took an active Inter ct in the Bunda school and ol the i-idies' Social Union of the Methodist Kpiscopal church until other caret raaM It impossible for her to con tinue. Mrs. Hull's Illness was of long dura lion, dating from last October, wine: she tirst lietan to notice a decline In Vt health. Muring all these month ihe never complained Of her suffering, neither did she become despondent, t rather radiated sunshine to those :ili out her. and wus always fearful ol 'anting anyone irouoie. stie as espodaly appreciative of the many I islts of hr friends and of the many beautiful Rowers that were nt to her sick room Because of her vigor ous constitution and her stronc will she was enabled to withstand the rav ages of dikes lor ;i much longer lime that seemed possible On Kriday. July ig, she reached tbe end of the journey and quietly and peacefully, without a struggle, elie slipped away to be with her loved ones and tho Master. ESapecial mention should be made oi the devotion and care with which slo was ministered unto by her daughter, Mrs. Montross. and her sister. Miss Nettle Knapp, both of whom have been untiring In their effort to alle viate her suflering. She was SlSO vis Ited by the four other children men We strongly advise you to shop in the morning. Selections are h made with better satisfaction and the store is less crowded. Price Reductions Are Sharp and Decisive On the Following Special Items; Women's and Misses' Cloth and Silk Dresses that formerly sold up to $44.50, at Women's and Misses' Cloth and Silk Dresses that formerly sold up to $87.50, at Women's and Misses' Gingham Dresses that for merly sold up to $ I 0.98, at Women's Wash Skirts that formerly sold up to to $4.50, at Women's extra fine Wraps and Coats, for early fall, formerly sold up to $29.50, at Children's Splendid Fall Coats and Capes, form erly sold up to $12.98, at Full sized Huck Towels, 2 for 25c '(;'' 'il''UI" ,,nvder, :', cans for 25c "i-4 Table Oil Cloth, light and dark OO- baffle else Turkish towels in c r colors, yard OeiC fiijC Spool Cotton, 150 yds., while and colors. g ny Plnc rhanibrny ShlrU at " a A Iuro libisr Silk Sweaters, black and colors, for- ' merly sold ut f 13.08, at q n'?' BalfbrtaH Shirts and Drawers. Women's Hose, !lac.k, Ufbwli arid white ftO Kerr's Wide Mouth Self Sealing As Q SbSC Kruit Jars, at per dor. ple7 Men's worth Ture $1.50, Silk at Knitted Ties. 69c S. & H. Green Trading Stamps with Every doled sbovW, nil of whom did what tbea could for her i omfort lii sides net daiightot, Mrs, NntUb Mont rota, -he Is survived by OeOrge Hall. Miss Dbra Hall and Mrs I ucla Ten .di. all of Cedar Ridge, Colo , and Ltojrd Hull of Champaign, III , tWO sisters MlBS Nettie Knapp and Mrs Bmma Qunn, both of Ton lea, in The funeral servloaa were conduct cd on Sunday. Jul) 14, al lln M, B, i hnn h b) the Wslor, l Smith The mil ii w.i furnished by u male iiiiartel consisting of Messrs Pllcharn Wot crd. More in and Oenman Inter men I was in the fumily lot lu the Kiist Lynn reinoipry, lu the beautify ing of Which he l. ok ii h an active I art A number ,,f the plains and hruba were gifts from ber, and Just . hurt tlmo. before her death she in qilred as to wheihgy they wire doiug well. Among tic rrllatlvi i and rriends in attendance from out of town were Ml LUCS Ti i .11 and son Wllfr. d of Cedar Ridge, Colo.. Lloyd Hall and family of Champaign, Mr, nmi Mrs. i s Mali or ifrbanh, st aitfpfd Hull and Mr-i FTBttle M Petty of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hall, C R. U onil ward of Danville, Mr. and Mrs ii j. Oakwood ol Oohwodd, Mr. mid Mrs Ii PS5TI a: save 25 to 50 per cent. Ottawa Decorative Store 609 La Salle St. 609 La Salle St. SECOND FLOOR Telephone 502-W Naltiooal Ftr Proo6o( Comptoy Women' Kxtrrt Searfs. formerly sold up to $15.00. Fine Marihou t$5.98 c. B, Knapp or Ottawa., irif ufiflMrs. lieorce Ceo ami two ihnigstr.r i tit I'ax ton, Mr. and Mrs m Dilgnsjn.iMIss Nettie iiaii oi Buckley, Mrs Marv p ilreen or Lake QOttevg, WIh., Mlr.s NOtUe Knapp of TOM eg, Mr. and Mrs H, K. Pacey and Mr ami MrsJ N. M. Hiigaiiiiin of l.afayelte. Ind. ' Curtis Auxiliary Fuel Mixer Eliminates all Carbon Troublea. Gives a 8mooth Running Engine, Adds 25 per cent more miles to every gallon of gasoline. JOHN H. GRAY 329 E. Lafayette Phone 661-Y DOWN with the High Col of Decorating 1 he best grade of wall paper manufact ed. A showing of some Very fine patterns at 10c per roll This is all new pap er, not shopworn or handled. Come upstairs and USE NATCO DRAIN TILE Farm .lrutnnie Jenjin.di dflfftblc tit-. Our tlnin tile are nade 1 he clay, thoroajbly htrl himed rvtrlattiog. Don't hsrVe to dli 'cm up to bi i fpl.H t4 every tow Mart. Write for pHrca, Sold U carload lota. Also . t- 1 t tbe fatnuua HAVCO 1M 'JKK1SH ABLE 81LO, Natco Building Til.- and lUto S.-w-r Pipe Ottr. : IUIuoAr $ 9.98 $19.98 $ 4.98 $ 1.00 $ 9.98 $ 5.98 Pillow Slips, Roorl aaality, 42x.te, at 23c Cash Purchase. iSEg 1 OTTAWA ,Sm I wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM-mm Illinois Laundry Cl iAS. BECK, Prop. Phone 280 iiiiillluUWiM'i a