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" FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921.
I FARM RIDGE Is'sSZ,! ' '"
oT ii
Miss Cull4was Hit recipient
number of JverV pretty iinii
present, Bilfli bb linens, pyrei ami
chiton, many-gauneH wtiro Indulged in
and a Jolly 'time liad. after which n
siplndUl lunteh was (ii'iwl, the guest
departing wishing Mw fcuH'Ute best ,
ii , i..,.. d.... ........ .iti.l
Or Ull goon jtMHUtn Uf. jjrajm-iii .ii".
u Wltll as tin- mtilro. 1 The banns
have Jul reatly" tote -rtfed -at St. IHt
rick'Hrchurch in Ottawa of Arfhur
LalboU and Minn OuU. The wedding
Will take place at any early date.
Misses Margaret and Lois Qleltn
motored to Streator Tuesday after
noon, attending 'the movie, the "Faith
Healer," at the Plumb.
iMIss Marjorle Robb entertained
some girl friends at her home the
first of the week. Uiren if near Leonon
. Mrs. Lewis Antrain and baby girl Cgfer8 Monday.
have returned from the Thomas hos
pital In Streator. They wen- gUMta
ot relatives in Grand Ridge last!
Hverett Hodgson was an Ottawa
caller recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shaver and cliil-
dren have returned to their home af
ter a few days'. spent at the E, Jlodg
bou home.
Mr. and Mrs. Greteneord motored
to Ottawa one day the 'Past week
Miss Evelyn Fugle toe part In an
bntcitafninent cast of (irand Ridge
was among tin n
tor Saturday.
Mrs. George ('Hint spent a
cfcntlv with her sister. Mb
Meisler, In tttc ridge
.Mr Lneev was a recent bminiNB'
transactor it) the count seal.
Mrs. Blanche Rllsworth did shop
ping In Ottawa one day dining the
past week
Mr and Mrs Haiiinson were recent
Streator shoppers.
Miss .lefferjes has returned to her
home in Dwfcfhl BRe a visit with
relatives and friends near the vil
lage. i.VJr. and Mrs James Ueddiek and
family departed Saturday In their
auto for their home in Vincent, la.,
after a visit of about leu days with
i relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Doty anil chil-
were streator
Mr. and Mr. Louis Hagenbacli and
Mrs Al 1 1 anenlmeh spent Friday even
i ii k at Richard Kdgeeomb's.
Mrs. Harm Koloy spent Tueida)
with N'orma Sergeunt.
Mr and Mr, Wilhcrt Anderson and
daughter spent luesday evening
William Anderson Jr.'s.
Mrs. I.eroy A Iditigtou sped)
days last week at the Harrj
Norma Sergeant spent the WMfe end
in Chicago.
Mi illlam Kilgcruid and
enet spent Friday with Mrs. Kd
Mrs. Allii rt tianier
Ottawa spent Thursda
ut Richard l'.dgedunli
a lev.
Pit r
li lend
atti i
I lit
Wis. Alii
, irneraay t
lent Sun
at AI
Mrs. David Bdgt mr.' Sr ntvl
daughters, Vesta and Babe, and Mi
.fane Wylie wore Im Salle shopper:
Saturday afternoon.
mi.-s hut'i Rama of Kanma oror
arrived Sunrtav morning tor ; two
weeks' visit with Mrs. Warn r ttliip
pie and Mrs. Uaytuond .lone-.
Mrs. Bluest Johnson Is lit St. Mary's
hospital in La Salle, she is gettii c
..long very nicely after her operation
Mr. ami Mrs. David KJgt comb Sr..
Mi Berice Scarfeabefg of dale.4&Jd JSTr
burg spent a few days the pas, week ffi'Sd anTa CoVrle call
with her (C0U8U.S, the Wlasea a-, " J J( ,w 0mo Saturday even
Mr. and Mrs. William V. Lehr have
returfiPii front Chicago, where they
saw the ragenat ot progreaa. Tney
report it a wonderful sight and Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Freeze are
rejoicing over the arrival of a baby
boy which made his appearance re
cently. Jim Hampson, who has many
friends In this locality will be sorry
to hear he is quite ill at his home
near Streator.
Mrs. Duttbnger; entertained rela
tives from La tJallo last week.
-Miss -.Dorothy Duder returned
her home after an extended visit with
Streator relatives.
Miss Katherine Woljenhaupt had as
her guest ,fc,ew deya tjjlue past week.
Miss Jiildrad RogU'va, ot the ridge
iMr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgson and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Hodgson were dinner guests one. day
last week at 'their aunt's, Mrs. Sarah
A variety shower was given in hon
or of Miss Cull the tirsl of last week
' ing.
Mrs. William Meadows or southern
Illinois has been spending the last few
w. 'ks with her son. .lames Meadows,
end daughter, Mrs. Clayton t'hapin.
She left for her home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Meadows are
the parents of a new baby.
Gnu me Currie and David Sdgecomb
Sr. spent Sunday afternoon at the Wil
liam Edgrroml) Sr. heme.
Mrs. Glen Summers, formerly Miss
jean Black, entertained few of her
old friends at the home of her mother.
Mrs. .lames Black, in Dimnil. k. Thurs
day afternoon. Those present wew
' Mr.. Edna Worsley, Mrs. David Qtlge-
I cohtb Jr . Mm. Robert reebairn,
Mioses Maty, "lara and Roxy Wylle.
Margaret" Schreeb and Kit Stevenson
and Neil Shriner
Miss Weil Shriner of La Salle re
turned home Thursday evening after
spending- a few weeks with frieuc -hcri!.
Mrs. A. C. Behnke and son Ciiarle
left for Kansas City from Streator
Sunday- noon. Mr. and .Mre. avid
Kdgccomh Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Jones motored to Streator with
Matt Shaah v
Mrs, Pal Cotmaty ami
:'otinty of I'tici -pent
loin CllnalJ 's.
Ni la H.WIand Ol (ietiesoo
day will, his tamlly.'.,
Afr and -Mrs. William Anderson Sr
sin :u Saturdiiv at tbo Robert Wilson
I home
Mr. and .Mrs. A...;. Kdgecomb tind
Harvey and Ctarence rVlMotl were ot
tawa callers nriday
Mrs Louis FtageUbtrch visilei
ole s Thurada .
Roii. 'ft Wilson is entertainin
lives from Canada this week,
Mrs .Charlotte Whlunle kau rtturn
ed from the east and is spending tin formerta
we.'K won .hiss .iiisejiiiiue VYUippio mm
( lllcago.
Miss Ruth Rowland. Mi Johni
Small, Mrs. Warner Whipple and .on,
Mrs. David Edg.cuinb Jr.. and Mr:..
Glenn Summers suit Monday evening
with Mrs. R W. Junes.
MIms B mice Davbj spent Sunday
and Monday with her sister. MM. John
Jam. i
at tSn homo 6f Mrs. KZbnneea, near! them and ate lunch on the hanks of
Kangley, a sister of Miss Iull. About i the Vermillion near there,
forty relatives and friends were pre;-' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilsey and
Mrs. t WilhHiiu Koll.tr entertained lia'ighter Ruby have bean (pending a
the missionary society of the Meth- few days with relatives al Crown
odi .t chuivh Thursday. A very eu- I'olnt, Ind.
joyalde time was had. Mrs A. c. Bchnke and sen Charley
Mltia ,AHee, Hodgsoii was .a visitor; and .Mrs. Raymond Jones spent Tut s
in .' U. fast weel;. -day w Kb Mi s. Warner Whipple.
Mr. and Mrs. William DnffcHriger Miss Louise Wigemaii of Ottawa
and family of near La Salle spent a ' Miss Arline Graff are visiting at
few days the past week with Mr. it's i the Ed Carpenter home,
mother. Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Ryan arc visiting
li. li. 1 leister and wife, also (laugh j ' Chicago.
ami Mrs. F-ank Counsel i f Wil-
. fOW-;!. WeVO guests at Emest
rani's last Wednestlay.
and Mrs. Reed Hall and baby
DeKalb visitors Sunday.
and Mrs. Churl 's MeClure and
daughters Of Ottawa were guests at
thi Cody home Sunday.
Mrs. Harry McKvoy of Chicago
came last Thursday for a week's visit
w ith relatives here.
Mr. and Mr;. William Stoekley were
RocKford visitors from Tuesday until
Mrs. Mary Bcol of Sheridan Visited
relatives here laat week.
Fay Cody wan an Aurora visitor last
Lewis l-aury of St. Louis is visit
Ing his blether. Dr. C. C. Laurv. until
Mrs. W ill Arentsen went to Wood
stock last week to visit her nephew.
Leslie Knudtson.
Frederick Kohler tripped wWle
playing ball last Thirsday and broke,
hie arm and dl iocated his wrist.
Mrs. Stella Wiley ha:i been on the!
sack list for the past week.
Mr. and Mri. Charles Kohler and
children were' Waterman visitors Sun-:
On Sunday evening, Aug. 21, Mr
CummiiiKs will talk on the Grain
Growers' Association at the commun
ity service in the Harding Perk.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Bond
Cemetery Association will hold a lawn
social at the Thomas Duffy home,
east of Serena, Friday evening, Aug.
1!. A good pr g:am will be giv'en and
lea oraaca a4 iBafcai sarrod tor
i ante,
Misses Freda Duncan and Ruth
BV of Ottawa innn I SutUi'dav
Sunday at the Karl Mosey In me
harles Lucas and fanvll) were Jo
llel visitors Taeedny,
The Home Bureau BlOOtlng will 01
held at the honio of Mrt Henry Arenl
ii Friday afternoon. Aug, IP, instead
ol Wednesday afternoon,
RV Doughty uud family attended i
community picnic m Triumph la
Wl dm -tlav .
ih. lawn social at James C. Hall's
!. st Friday evening was a decided su.
It was i beautiful,, moonlight
night and several himdrvd people at
leaded. 'IHie rccOtpjia were Wfl.
Wonl lifts, been rcceieil here of the
triage of Tom Thorafijj of Hun.
holdt, Iowa, to Mia a Mabel Ovorbt.e of
,l( rlcoi Iowa The wrddlnp occurred
In .It tico June 2H, Mr. Thor.iOn wa il
lortuer rerideut of Frutiloin and mov
i 1 to Iowa nevi ral ye ns ago.
Paul (J. flchruldt and Hiirl Maso)
w re Marengo visit irs Tuesday
Mrs. Fratik Pool and Mr. Edgar
Pool of OltAwu were Fretidotn vWIm ;
last Wednesday,
Miss Dora I'ool ui UtUwa is visit-
ing relatives here.
j Qearge BUM received u telegram
j Sunday auiiounting the birth of a BOU
I to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loved ay of
lais Angeles, Cat, Mrs Lovodav was
Mis Anna miss
Miss Helen Chi istopher Is in l.e-
land this wt k visiting relatives,
Mrs. Sain Buland of I.eland is visit
ing In r niece. Mr:'. Oscar Ostrem.
Mrs. Clara Rowt. matron of the Old
Ladles' Home in Chicago, la visiting
Mrs. Nickel.
Miss Aloda Uirwrn of Aurora Is vis
iting Mrs ( lydc C.ifly.
Mr and Mr.. Louis Goiilgan of Wal
nut wera KfJuale oft honor at a lawn
party at the Wllliatu ' Stoekley home t
Mi nda) evening. The lWn was pret
tily lighted with Japanese lanterns
and the gtregtS spent the evening pig',
log games. The Young People's Btbll
class g.-.w Mr. and .Mrs. Gonlgan a set
of salad fork". Ice cream and assort
. 1 cake were served to n, guests.
John Christopher and family spent
Sunday at Riverview Park
Barbara Feik
and respect.
one of the
:1 residents
Memlotit, jkissihI away early lust Wed
nesday morning at the home ot her
sou, 1). J. Felk, where she had been
cued for in the past years. She wa,
85 years old. The funeral service
were held at the Zlou Evangelical
church on Saturday afternoon ut 2:30
o'clock. Rev. Q W. Engelter, the pu
tor, conducted the service.
Dr. Carrie si. Mundle has returned
home from her vucutlon and is at hoi
ofQce aguln.
Mendota liebekah lodge held a pic
nic at Indian Creek on Sunday.
Miss Martha Dewey is spending a
lew days with friends In Chicago
Mis Henry Anisler, wuo unilet went
an operation at the people' hospitn,
in Pent recently, Is reported as get
nug along very nicely She Its a
daughter of Fred Oerftt r of t'ui- city.
Mr and Mr .lunit .Nelson of Hock
ford, formerly of thhti-rlty, tnonrn tie
neath of their son -ItiOliutd, aged ..
Mi-s Silas Nelsons graMgMlier of the
doct a . id, went to Hcekford to attend
thtt funeral.
Qhorte Thelo, who has been unite
ill, is feeliag somewhat uiproved,
Mm. Oertrude SoCltR of Chicago la
the guest of In r sister. Mrs. Anna
Zivburth. in this city.
Mrs. Charlei EStaeaaer and daughter,
Mis Oladvsof Chicago, arc t tit? guests
.a' relatives in Mendota and vicinity.
Miss Myrtle Uttan is spending a (ew
days with friends at Belvldare.
Miss Jaanette Karger is making a
visit vvilli her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. tlsK'ar Kobl, In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs William Mellon of Ot
tumwa, Iowa, are spending sever.i:
weeks at the home of .Mrs McBee's
grandmother, Mrs. Mary smith, in this
M.iss Rachel Williamson Is the gil.st
of relatives in I huatjo and FyJ'est
Park this week.
Mis i Hafctl Mae Nisley spent th
Week etitl ut the Dixon assembly with
a part of girls from Van Orin and La
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Katzwinkel
and sou Harry, accompanied by Mrs
Lydia Raedy and Miss Anna Hartan.
have returned home from an auto trip
through Wisconsin.
Jacob Koerpor is in O. lwein, Iowa,
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Otter bach and
daughter. Miss Velma, left the latter
part of last week for a trip through
Iowa on a lsit with relatives. The
expeioi to be gone for at least (wo
w eeks.
Missts Ethel Cannon and Catherine
MarmlOn spent the week end with Mr
and Mrs Philip Clajrk at Amboy,
George Jacob is attending a portion
of Ills vacation at the home of bin sis
ter. Mrs. William Schlltter, at I a
porta, Ind.
Mrs. John D. Biuth Is making a visit
at the houn of her daughter, Mrs Hen
jam In DaatoWi at Chats worth, 111,
Mr. and .Mrs. H. J Kaufman ami
daughter Margaret are making a visit
al Minneapolis, Minn.
Marvin and John Bntlo K.I wards I
left last week for Wisconsin, where I
they will visit the differs.! points of
T H LewJk and family, aeeompauH
ied by Qeerfee Lewis ol Auitio, Kit;
Wednesday for Saugatucit, Mi.-u, to
pen,d their vacation.
E F. Henipstead retui'Ued home I'r1 ;
tl.ty trom a business trip in iQhJcagO,
Ml'.s'., Margaret Burke and Helen
Weber returned to Inch home in Chi
cago Slllidav. after a Visit ut the II j
M, Burke home In this city
Mr ami Mrs, C. F. Qonaboy spent j
the week nd with rebtltvos in chl-1
Miss Anna Schinltlt is the guest of)
relative-, in Chicago.
Some vagabond broke Into the Lin !
coin school some time during Wedni i
day night and stole the phonograph
A window was pried open with a crow
bur. There Is no clew to the thief
The Home H.-ews went to Oglesby
Thursday afternoon and played the
team of that town. Oglesbf, 8j Home
Brews, 2.
The Fust siil Bewlng Circle met
at the homo of Mrs George r kobl
on Thursday afternoon.
Joseph Tender, son of Mr and Mrs.
William Tentler celebrated his ninth
birthday anniversary on Saturday ait
ernobtl by inviting a number of hi.,
boy friends. Games were played and
lee cream and cake were served. An
. vcelli nt aftl moon was enjoved bv
The Mendota Regulars and the Re
. hollo Orioles crossed bats at the lut
ter place on Sunday afternoon. The
game was won by tit' Regulars,
Kl to J.
Joseph Wlrschem and family at"
spending the week with relatives and
friends in Aurora. Mr. Wirscfaem is
taking a ten days' vacation from his
duties at the postofBce.
Juhn L Kite city curticr on route
No. I, Is on his vacation.
William Gludftitor ami family mo
tored to Forrvaton, 111., on Huuduy,
where the day was spent with rein
lives and friends.
M I Elsesser. Henry Zapf and Al
bert Engel, with their families, mo
tored to Aurora on Sundut. where, th...
day was spent at the home of JOhll
l.aur.lltz Jr and fumlly.
Dr.H. Fledderman
PILES, I remove oy an absorbent
method that removes them forever,
No knife, no chloroform, no delay
from work.
GOITER, I reduce by a dependable
abaorbeut method that gives com
plete and permanent results, Dou't
wait until your heart eyes and nerves
collapse conservo your health
At Hotel Ottawa, uttawa, 111., every
Saturday from 10 a. m. to I p m
Office over Askin g store.
Room 304-305 Murray Bldg.
Streator. 111.
ter, of Lowell were in the Ridge last
Mr. and Mrs. JesseDilley and fain- j
ily enjoyed a visit Monday with their
cousin, Miss Porter, of the ridge.
Jesse Dilley was a transactor of
now from the Ryiburn hospital in the
county seat.
Mr, ami Mrs. Alvin Doty entertain
ed .Mrs. Doiy's-aunt, Mrs. George Be
Kiiin. from North Dukola, the past
So many are taking vacations In
different states those days it's dim
cult to get in touch of each Item,
however, from thoso whom we have
heard from they are having a splen
did time.
.Miss iara Hibbs of Crand Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts of
Ottawa were at Marshall Hess' Satur
day night and Sunday.
Mrs. Deary Aubrey and children,
Misses Rose and Stella Aubrey, Mam I.?
Ryan, Mrs. Vine, nt and Leo Aubrey
and Charles Aubrey attended a va
riety show, r at the Will l.eiboldt
home on Miss Helen Cull.
MiV.s Raiel Reader of Ottawa is vis
iting at the Mm-shuH Hess home.
Miss Olive Chains was a Chicago
last week.
Glenn Bummers spent Monday
at the David Bdgecomb Jr.
Ralph Sion and daughter Pearl
Friday at the Marshall Hess
M You'll find this the "Live k
H Wire" concern for hand- I
1 ling your ELECTRICAL fa
H WORK. Close estimates fi
The People's Big Market ol Quality
We specialize in Native Steer Beef. Pig Pork, Milk Fed Veal Tender. Sweet, Jniev.
Fresh Spare Ribs,
Fresh Country Sausage. 1 f
rb 1UC
Pure Lard, per
108 W. Main St. Phone 302-W.
Ottawa, III.
K g
J Consumers Wholesale Grocers J
i 209 W. Main St. . . JohnO.Woerner Jr., Mgr., . . Telephone 1130 i
Our Best Coffee 3 ft for 95c i
t Mi
F . iuiiu itiiin
Pork Steak, lean fancy
re 7 v. ...
Sweet EUcklOd Pork,
lb.... ji
Pork Loin Roast,
lean end
Fresh Pork Shoulder Roast
" 18V2c
Leg of Veal. i or whole 4 a
it, :. 14c
Veal Shoulder Roast, 1 r
it, lUC
n.??. i2y2c
Veal Stew, , m
lb c
Sugar Cured Bacon, Heltefs,
nice ami lean, 1 0 1
ib 12V2C
Choice IJacoli Stuiares, by (lie
Choice Bacon Squares, perjf
ib yc
Sugar Cured Fancy Bacon, hair
or whole, per t f
tb 19c
Leg of Lamb. 15c
Iimb Shoulder, 1 1 r
n 11C
in:,nb.',,,:p" 12V2C
Lantb SJev
Suvar curea picn'.i4 Hams, lOOiU)
ihs. for this sale, JJIq
Sugar t'i,red .,a,,1s.161c
Regular Hams, per J
Tender Steak, any cut r
tb iUC
Roun:, Steak, per 1
i'ot Roast, it has the fluvor
found only in quality Q
meats. II, JC
Fancy T-Bone and Porterhouse,
Fr.-sh Beef Liver, just f
like tall liver. 11) 1 UC
Fii-sh Ground Hamhur f
ger, lb IUC
Id ef Roast, boned and rolled,
and other cuts. 1 1
ib 11c
Boiling Beef,
PER LB. 37c,
In packages, any brand.
The best grocery value ever offered yqu in America.
6 Small Cans
A t 3 Tall Cans .
5 Km
2 Cans 25c
Mason Jars
4 Pints, doz 78c
i Quarts, doz. ... 93c
s .
i Watch Our Window For Prices
mxmmRBanmm iiUi i an lamia 'i maammmmm
ROOT BEER Toilet Paper
EXTRACT I Large Rolls
2 Bottles 25c I 7 Rolls 25c
Campbell Beans $ 1 .00 Value
In Tomato Broom s
Sauce 5 string
3 cans 29c 50c
Libby's Special Sale
Asparagus on all
Soup Aluminum
2 cans 11c Ware
We Deliver
Wilson's Certified Pure Evan- Fresh Churned Cream- Q "T Pineapple, large cans, nrt
orated Milk, largo cans, r .ery Butter, per lb. pi C per oan CtC
per can XVfC ' , , , , ,
liuttenne, Liberty and Maple A ,,, , 'L
Pink Salmon, tall eans,, ! Brands, per 17 KasperQueenCol.ee.
11 lb.) llC lb lC er can 10C
Camphell's Pork and Beans, Xo. S cans Sweet Pota- n Apricots, N'c. 5 cans, On
I r toes, per can 15C per can vv
per can 1 w C
Armour's Verlbest Saner Kraut, J$m arge 20 QZ 1)ot. -
Tomatoes, -large cans, Q No. 3 can, Q per bottle IOC
per can ft per can
Taney Sugar Corn, q Carolene or Nutro Milk, pj Grant's Pork and Beans Q
per can C per can C per can
Time is money with most everybody and it surely is with the Chicago Butchers Busy Market.
This is the one concern in Ottawa whose name is the last word in meat merchandising. There
never was a doubt in the minds of shrewd meat buyers as to who leads the meat procession in this
city. The Chicago Butchers market have truly and well deservedly earned this title and have
maintained it and heed it by fair honorable dealings with the public. That the only way the Chi
cago Butchers know how to do business.
Our tremendous sales enable us to sell at a small margain of profit, and we propose to stick
to this policy to the end. Our big business was not built up on unfair dishonest methods, our thous
ands of patrons know they will get I 00 per cent service at the big sanitary market all the time.
Tomorrow we have some real special offerings and if you fail to take advantage of some of
them, you are the loser.
Chicago Butchers Market
Ottawa, Illinois.
223 Main Street
The Cleanest Market in Ottawa.
Ottawa, Illinois

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