Tin: OTTAWA rin:i: THADETWoniN i
TAYLOR CASE, PENS
WRITES PROSECUTOR WOOLWINE
THAT HE WILL
PROVIDING IMMUNITY IS GUAR
ANTEED ON OLD THEFT
II IK tl t lit
ir imiii i
Ward Conite and
rlad ofl t ii can
the rloee f the
Ufa. George Corcoran,
iaa street, entertained i
oi their bunco club Ii
their home. Three tali!
were plr.yed during the at
The honors rera carried it
Ottq St i "tfsK I. Mrs. William
arehl Paraoni Mrs.
Otto BcldlofaM car
'Nation ariae. t
wiuns delteioua re-
.'.-ri.-il hv t It.. Iiiwf. '
i i Lost
ii Ida la Ida
She inn it
it t tin
w till ill l
inity ff Street oi
he liicii hool it
ry, us also
, h M-
inter of Mu
i in the i
Miss Dorothy and Margaret Jaml'
son will entertain a fe oi the moai
Intlaista friemi f Miss Louise
Biithiier ami Miss Murvtierite Kale)
ai a Waafatngton'i birthday banco
party tins erening at their imnv In
.11,.,.,, ... mmJk , ..nlirl.f I... . ' '".' BOttl KlWlU OI
i. nil mi n iwi , w uniiiiinru luuiftiu , . . .
hove announced their engagements
Mis Buchnei f to marry Herberi
llnuinon nf Pt-oria and Miss Haley ll
jok Angolea. Cal., Ktl. IS. Immu
nity for Edward F. Sands from proee
tution on a -hargo of embezzlement
preferred agaiaat bin last August
William li.smoud T.ivlor, inurtl'
NEBRASKAN S V I L V ON EVOLU
TION. E. A. URGE ASSERTS.
MAY LEAD MEN FROM THE
STRAIGHT AND NARROW PATH
AS OUTLINED IN BIBLE.
Blrge, preaidenl o( toe University of
Wlaconsln, today replied i" aaaer
th ns oi William .:. Bryan, made bora
o. ingest son III
from Hi" Ktnaiuat
St. Vlatoi a i ollegi
been engaged In ugi ttu
renily, when ha 'tiled
as head nalesnian (or the i1
ton, Parrot) Klai
nony the netrlywcds
elude their frl I- In
sbowera of rfce and i
Morris, from w !. mce
varioua points of inter
After their honeymoo
tin ii to Chicago and i a
ami graduated from
oio In '''I'i Slit
.' i an ompltahe I
rhe groom la lb
i aid Mra, Col
Atti i gradtiatlkg
at hi i iif attended
. a ; 1 1 1 . liit'li In ban
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bi i'i. in. muMim iiniirn. lift. rnsi napii-i ( ii iii't n, Jefferson
! t'asimi'.- Miller, paator, uaasea al ff olnmbu('olunibua 4t George
i and l" .i m ter, Mlniater Bt48 nh , a
ni in aparttui
niu for In-, i"
I rm "I st,. a
vtter tiio care
ii b auto for
they ulll rial'
pal in ill ousi
i they iil n
.! en Jackaon
I at a m.
Low mass at
Hi a ll.tiui-i t' liiit li .1 ..nr.
('olumhusColumtoua si , Qeorgc
if . Mlniater 1:48 Church
Cheater Olaon, superintendent,
Mornlni Worship subject:
' Ft t
1 1 no
il it Ik It mass at 10: ISO a
Thomas Le Woolwine, dlatrh-t attor
nay, arprided saiidn pinves his Inno
tonte of tin- slaying of Taylor ami can
"Untangle tl.is murder mystery."
Mr. Wooiwine's promise to the miss
ing former bntler-secretary to Taylor
was made in a letter he addressed
"to Edward F. Sands. Throueh the
Publishers." In answer to a
which purported to ha e been wrltti D
The latter letter, which was ligiled
"B. F. Sands." was dated Pat). 14 A
yerbatim oopy of it. as made public
by Mr. Woolwine. follows:
"Dear Sir: This letter will probably
surprise you. when you read ii. 1 am
taking this liberty to write you to
make mat'ers more easy for yon in the
tlrst plat e I am Mr. Sands allthongh a
friend of mine is writeinK this letter
under my dictation Mr. Woolwine you
need not look all over the world for me
for 1 M iiveing right here in I.i
Aa galea and am reading the papers
every day CVincerning the Taylor mur
der I will be frank with you Mr Wool
wine I have not had any peace of mire
since the murder end 1 have come to
the conclusion that the quicker this
thing is settled the better off we w ill
all be now Mr. Woolwine in ih -ir--place
I did not murder Taylor hut 1
know who did it bur what assurar.'e
have 1 from you to know that you will
arcept my story "none."
"Therefore I want a guarantee from
you that if I surrender myself into
your hands and if I establish my inno
cence of the crime you will set me
"If you will do this Mr. Woolwine T
. ran untansle this murder mystery for
you you may answer me in any of the
I.os Angeles papers."
', ' "To my Dearest" Is the inscription
in a gold locket carried by William
Desmond Tavlor. slain film director. In
which ihe photograph of Mabel Nor-
I mand, screen star, was found today
among the other personal effects of
Mr. Taylor in the possession of Pub
llc Administrator Bryeon. The locker
was appended to a thin gold chain at
tached to platinum watch whit h
was in Mr. Taylor's pocket when he
was murdered. In addition to the
locket, two KoM pencils, a gold knife,
- tind a gold check nmt after
a year ago
honor that he i-. an
Come the bl
Ide ol Bdward C
Mm k P
' the members
. It. mi.
club Monday erening
On Paul street. Mrs.
liave the paper of the
and Mra L. K. Jordan will en
n with an informal eight oorer
r tonight at their home in K.u-t
a, following the dinner the even-
be sent playing bridge.
D. J. IMcLeod will entertain
tain with an Informal supper tomor
row evening at their home, on ihe
north (bluff. Covers will be laid for
i eight guests.
The regntar Saturday night stag
party at the Ottawa Boat C'fub will be
held tonight al the club. The erening
i will !' spent in plaving cards and
; Misses Mildred Meier, Catherine Ol
son. Hildegardo Maier and Efbmett
Hicgins. Bud Francis and Thomas
!! Imontl of Morris attended the Mardl
(Jras in Marseilles Friday niehf.
Allen Olson and son Arnold attend
ed Floyd Krieiison s sale near Ottawa
Misses fkii iwdelli) L4ndergan an l
Margaret Hinser of Ottawa and Ar
noltl Olson and Albei t Kuhn of Sen-!
eca attended the Mardi Orad in Mar
seilles Friday evening.
Joe MaJerhofer and Jay Higgit:
I who went to Chieago last Friday, re
turned home Monday. They made tn-1
trip in Joe's Ford roadster,
i Christ Williamson called on F. J.
Maierhofer Monday night.
P J Mail rhofer and son .loe and
Alias Olson and son Arnold attended
Jchtl Srhroeder'-; ?ale. southwt"-t 3i
! loe Maierhofer and Joe Maier made
$ br1 call at A U Olson's Mondav.
- L 0. Dracklm was In Seneoe Unn
dent Birge baa
forty years, he reasserted expressions
made to .Mr. Bryan following 'nis
speech to students here, saying he
tnarer had fonnd it nacessar) to
Justify religion to silence or to e
I cuse science to religion."
"i have accepted beta aa equally
dirine revelations and bt th a equal
ly wrought Into the constitution of
I the world," Blrge said iin.ui ieem
led to dlalike 'especisll my objecting
to bis uuititig religion to a discred
ited scientific hypothesis.' l think the
history of the church gives good
! ground for my objection, in Ike 1
.fourth centttrj people were toM the1
doctrine of a round world was ath.
ist;e. and a century or so later th--
Copernican astronom; was colled
In tiie nineteenth century evolu
tion in like manner was called atbe
( istic by men of whom Bryan is a be
j luted follower.
"i told .Mr. Bryan that his teach-'
itigs wens atheistic rather than the
teachings of evolution I had a real
meaning and purpose in thus i .iliini;
the attention of Mr Bryan definite
ly ami sharply to the religious harm
that may come from bis teachings
' If st. Paul was right, if Cod Is to
be -.night for and ft und in the teach
ings that are not for from erery one
of us then those who urge us rath, r
Saturday Miss EMther w
paaaed away who for .1 11
year- baa been in very pm
she moved here last year
parents. Kev Wunderlli ;
,ild w ife
, Tuesday afternoon at tv
the German Brauelii al
The remains Will tln-n be taken
the Forest Home Chapel, Chicago
Wedneaday at three p m
The community extend their
pa thy to the bereaved parents.
The teachers in the lower grade at
tended the Institute in Ottawa Friday
J. C Dugan was a Thursday Ottawa
Stt'iihen Petllno is now seen drive.
Ing around in a Ford coupe.
There will he a hard linos mis
qui rade party in Had hall. Friday
evening, Feb 1 7 th glrsu by the mo
dern Woodmen and Royal Neighbors
A prize will le uiven for the most
comical costume, Admission tie,
which include.! luncheon.
Misses Carolyn and Kathryn Boelt f
s;vnt Thursday sad Friday m Ottawa
.Miss Kathryn attended institute while
Carolyn visited at the Peehan home.
.Miss Ksther Richards of Waakegan
ill., is visiting her mother. Mrs Pete
Mr and Mrs Clarence Redman
Mra. Carrie Kates. Mr and Mn wn
Ham Woodward attended the funeral
of their sister. Mrs. Otto Kngle. who
1 s a. rr
St. Columba'a Cstholie church,
i Dean Thomas K Madden! pastor.
I Low msssei al 7, s (for children) and
I 9 u. m : high mass at 10,
Trinity er eglsn Luthsrsn church
Ret o v Mortvedt, pastor, Sunday
school :it P:45; morning service at
10:45; meeting of Luther league at
7:30 p. in.
Zion Bvangelicsl Lutheran cburoft,
CL'J West Jefferaon street. Kev. R,
II. Martnian. pastor Uermsn serv-
Ices at it a in Sunday School at 10
Ehlgllsh serv 11 1' at 10:45.
Bpworth Methodist BplsoopsJ
tor. Bunday school at I SO a. m ; L.
c. Brand, superintendent i ipeclsl
Church. Kev Hiram F l.awler, pas
ser ices at '! p in
Th Salvation Armv Sunday school
at i p, :n ; V IV L, meeting at 6 lfi;
Ureal Salvation meeting at T'"o.
Met tun: Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday nights at 7: is. All
'.omo; good music and singing
oy ami Mrs. R C. Morgan in charge, I ,,tl,
Madison Street Branfellcal church. lina in mi
Rir. Howard A. Kramer, pastor 140 1 Hanson,
fltlnola avenue, l:S0, Sunday school;
Aagust Led rich, superlstendenti I
." SO, preaching service; C:4.". young.
peoples meeting; r:30, evening ser
mon; tie morning service will lie
rman on the second and fourth
Sundays of each month. Bvsrybody
Firt church of Christ, Scientist.'
Ill West Lafayette street. Sunday'
school at 12. Morning service at I
1":4". topi,- "Mind" Testimonial meet-'
iy, I p, tn ; the pun
y invited to attend ttle-e :
ie reading room la open
on 8X1 epi Sundays from
purpoaa oi pi. tier." ,, continuation of
the stonen on "Prayer." fcOO, Junior
S. v P U 6:80 Senior it P 11,
Miss Oledine Wood will apeak on the
work of the Baptist tratnlna acbool
17:30 evening worship, subject: lines
lOod punish sin" or "the modern con
ception oi future punishment." Mush
by the chorus choir.
Presbyterian t ogrci 1:48 a u,
Sunday school. Classes for all ages,
i" Id a m . Morning Worship, Bar
ii " World Wide Vision." I
p m. Young People's meeting. ",
p. m . FOrsning sertfee Under the
auspices of the Presbyterian Men's
Gospel Team Subject What it
means to be a Christian, everybody
w Sic OHM
First Congregational church, corner
Columbus and Jackson st, William
is Whitaltt, Mlniater, BOS Paul st
j Sutnlav Sthool, J 41 John 0 Hi liu
I mac her. aunt. Gradsd Lessnni Bffieienl
I Teacher s t lasses for all. Mornhll
Woiship. mi i;. Subieti "A sin.li
Junior Rndeavor. :i : 80
Hodgson, Supt Vesper
06 Chorus choir soloist
tATURDAV, FEDRUARY IS, 19J
. To Test Wool.
o tern w.nti r,. S,n,, rf,0 hl
Willi i piece of shuHnr oolepjgoajl
Vigor Of Youth I
A New Discover
jlicmcc riociuces a Vitalizrr Supri
to Famous Cilaod Treatmt-ntl Maj
Power of a Bark From Afnc
Have you lost your youth, rigor
"pop ' Docs life .seem dull und
a grind.' Don't worry, Science
discovered a new Utilizer supt
area to the much discussed "
lland" and "monkey glnnd" tl
I he principal ingredient Is an
tract from the hark or an African I
ii la aiii to be the most amailni
vigorator ever discovered. Comb
with it are other tonic ami itall
elements Of proved merit. Iii D
eases, the compound produces mai
Improvement in a tiuy or two, am
i Bhort time the lltalltv Ii rtU.'il
4S I circulation improved and the glov
10 health is felt in ever ourt
in Charai t-:
Si n ice.
s. Roy Bannon of ib
sloj'e, w ill sing at the
i-ueiiu , ,
Trial by Jiiry.
Trial by Jury antedates Alfr
Great, Thai monarch organised
of 12 n.eii, but even earlier i
und m Anglo-Saxons acted n
in disputes between the w
the new vitallaer pontatna ex
liVS chemicals, but manufat tin ln
anonnoua quantltisa has brought
CO t within reach of all. Furtherni
the laboratories producing the i
rttaliser, which is called Bs N'u Tj
are so confident of Its power that t
iter It on the basis of "no results,
Any reader of this papal tpay i
the new discovery without risk. S
no money, bill ju t oiir name and
Jress, t the Re-Nu Laboratof
"'"ii. Qateway station, Kansas c
Mo., ami a full treatment of Re
Tabs will he mailed. Deposit $ i
postage with the postman on dejlyi
if nut delighted by the results ut
end if 11 week, notify the laOOratO!
your money will be refunded
Do not hesitate about accent
this test oiler, ns it Is fully guar
the remote past do err. not knowing
the scripture-, r.or the pt wer of God.
, They are turning the s-ek-r for God
i from the rteht track and purine him
one that is
i away fron
, The harmful
I toga was seen
these who Uset
. They tptd us ti
! of God because
creation of a
I they never thm
God sent forth
I in his Image
I baby that is
likely to lead
f sin h teach
in many of
remote ancestor; but
ight of teihng aa that
trie spirit and created
you and me ant! every
born. They taiked as
never find the God
'tor's name in full.
: -'" :,1,!,'r Plt Wesdayldaily and hourly giving t all
anions the trinlr.t. i h. "V, ' ' " ' ' . ! "J" ' .. .. "l 7,.w' - "" and all things
.... . i ' "r i .- ...p,,'..- '.,,.- iu .-uitiieiniii, it:.
iocset is ti, inches square and hears Wednesday .vhi r he will -ofnd a fa v
Taylor'-; monocraill on the hud- ilavi a ith bis tutor fi-o Uoiik t .
tlu- back of the ll'ilt,.l n. t m T-., ,. t:tv ivhrt r,.fflr,c tlm.,
j Misses Leona I.tmd, flladys Jtnf,;.
I Dorothy nilaht and Miss Ijemps't:;.
stnd Dud Ferguson, Manual Fay arc
: Mr. Briner of Morris attended the
Mardi Qras in Marseilles Friday nignt
Mrs A. T lirson and Olive Danie.'
j son were in Ottawa Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Kmmtt Vaughey and son Frn-
tnett Jr. of Albuquerque, . M.. for-
merry of Marseilles, are here visitin.-
w ith relatives and friends.
Misses Lucille Lee and Tlildeg-ardo
HonenDBC or .norns and Joe an
A great number of
attended th- sale of Fred
held Feb. T. The Young
League served lunch. About
end in Ottawa with I
and Mrs Hugo Engle.
Miss Stella Mahafley spent
week end w ith her neranta Mr
Mrs J Mahaffey of Kinsman,
: Miss Tessie N'agle of Ottawa
Ing her brother, Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwifl Dsrtn, of Dwfghi
spent Sunday with her parents, Air
Mrs John Stibor and hoys of Lsmrs
are visiting h.-r parents. Mr. and Airs.
Mert Case.-. Her husband was called
to Virginia to attend the itinera of
his father, who died Thursday.
-Mr. and Mrs.. W. M. Transhin. Mr
and Airs. W. J. Siguin and MtaS Fran
ces Casey attended the hard times
dance at the Spa aiding Lyi sum in
Strcator, Monday evening
'is- BUS Ryan spent Sunday in
Seneca wiUKher brother John.
v ' and Mrs. Howard !.. u,Q k.
'reri of a boby boy. born
mg Wedm st
lie Is cordial
: nestings, 1
1 every affrn
i 2 until B,
Illinois Avenue Svsn gel feel ohurett,
corner Illinois avenue and Lelsnd
I street. Rev u. p. MauS, pastor Sun
day school at 1:: a. m.; Samuel To
tel. superintendent ; morning wor
ship at 10:4",. Sermon, topic "Soul
Instruction erening service, subject:
The Right Hearf
Christ Episcopal Church. Rev O.
W Farrar, rector, church school;
9:45'; Holy Communion, 8:QQ; Morn
ing Prayers and Sermon. 10 :,, liven
ing Prayerr. 1:00.
First. Methodist Church. lu;ta a.
,'iu Sermon: Does it .Matter whut
we believe ' t;.:',0 p. tn. Ki"vorth
i.e. mue .Mrs. II. F. LaisJen leatler.
I: 10 p 111. Patriotic Service itrfmai
Rev. H. F Lawlof
YOU ARE WISE YOU
WILL BUY A FARM
When the bottom is reached on
any thins, that is the tiaie to buy.
! will see farm lands much high
er heft, re the year is OUt I have
i"" sale a line 160, rich productive
?nil Th owner cannot farm, ami
he win seii for a small amount of
i ash. take in a small home In a
city tn- small town, and carry the
balance ii t a low rate of interest
This opportunity will not be offer
ed after March 1st
I also have n mhihII place at the
edge ni town for chickens, fru.t.
rapes sad truck at a very low
price. GEORGE A. CROWDEN
iC'--305 Armory Block. Ottawa. III.
Don't forget Oj'b'.vay lots are
3 eig up soon.
We have been with you a long
time Reason We know
how to manage a
Trees, Shrubs, Vines, Etc
On orders re-.eivod before Mar. 1
Largest and A nest lot of treat
shade trees, flowering shrnW
Vines, plants, etc.. for tmprovin
and beautifying your home. Strict
y freh. first eluss. reliable SttS 1
Over twenty-five years in the bus
;i II Why buy elsewhere' Writ
fur catalogue today.
La Salle Co. Nursery,
LA SALLE, ILLS.
The regular meeting of the Afe.
dOta Woman's club was held in the
EJKS club rooms on Afondav aftej
noon. An interesting program from
rontoniporary pn,,ts was gvon ,v j,.
The Mendota and Tjskilwa torn
haaketball teams met at the local
high school gymnasium on Friday
evening:. The game was won hv Men
dota, 3a to 15.
Mrs. C. C. Turner and children are
spending a few weeks in Pennsylvania
Mrs. Pearl Krohl left Thursday for
BM home at. Sandwich after a sojouri
of three weeks at the Fred J Kueter
home in this city.
Mrs, Joseph .Masear spent the week
end with her sister. Mrs. Arthur Ma '
sear, at Somonauk.
Mrs. D. Parson left Thursday for
her home at Trimble, Ohio after a
visit at the H. F. Feik home, north of
i j ' ii.
Mrs. James Egan of La Salle spent
the week end in Mendota.
Mrs. .V Runuuist Is spending a few
weeks with her sister. Mrs. Hannah
lark, at Monticello. Wis.
.Mis?. J. . Yenerlch was hostess to
the ladies' bible class of the Zion
Evangelical vhurch at her home on
Finn Murra. editor and mamiEer of
Our Hope, was in Chicago on business
on Friday. . ,
Ti e fire department was called out
"jWday aiiernoon. the call coming
' - The tire proved to be
i Bt.ihorn home, near Blaokstone
r IOOU It was put out without much
oamage bring done
The Boy Scouts' and Lone Seoul
a-Ketball teams of Mendota met at
m high sthool gymnasium on Sat
urday Mtet-noon, the Boy Scouts win
ning, to to IS.
The Mendota High sehool basket
ball team went to Kewnaee Friday
afternoon, where thry playeri the high
sch.iol tram from that town in the
evening. Kewanee won. :5"i to lfl
The Ford car belonging to Bd Hradv
Of Trlumpn was stolen on our streets
The fire department was called to
ine uiu i ai stough house, near I
com scnoot. .Mondav nmrntn i,.
the roof wna on tire. It was put on
without much damage, hring done.
lav moriiirm at 0 i
Heart church at Ki:,
jcurred one of the season s
I weddings, w hen Miss Irc,n
I became the brrrt" of Harold
neli Maier of Seneca are among those blue taffeta w
..l... .. . , ......i . .i .i. ii ,i ... m I. . . .
d the . I
k .Maierhofer and Mrs.
r and SOS Vincent of ne-tr
spent Thursday with
tadpari nta, Mr. ami M
SOD AlU n
iimpbell and nephew
re Ghlt ago passenger
in a gown of midnight
th blue duvetrn wran
trimmed in caracul: oicture hat. an 1
wore a corsage bouquet of violets.
The bridesmaid, Miss Helen Hanf
gan. wore a gray taffeta dress, with
-eal wrap and black hat. The groom
and beet man, Wilfred Cougblin, war
blue tJuits. The ma was eung by
the Kinsman choir, as-slated by Miss
Kathalena Dawson of Chicago. Charles
A. Donaldson, a brother of the groom,
also of Chicago, presided at the or-
J. le;il was
Mrs. John If;
few days the en
I ieu .niiiet p:hi dau
i Miss Hannah Gordon
i tawa WVdnesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 1
to Seneca Bundav
the -lav with h.
Jesse Thompson and
y In Streator with his
Mrs.' John Thompson,
a Tuesday Chicago
B htiol in
lith Sulztwrger who attends
Ottawa isjieni Sunday with
f near Qttaa
aughter ( lath
with Air. and Mn
Vincent, near Mi;
i. Mrs. AID
Jrine and vt
end in Pt
First CongregaiionnI Church
All I I A fjl C AJ u I TCITT .
Bigact Bird Cage
I'r. l.sbly the wnrld', b .
rage is in St iMtg, a dntteof nsttlng
7 loBg by loo f,.,,, wi((, a J
high and hi.ltllng neatly :m hlrds
CHICHESTER S PILLS
lltaln kM ! U.M l "J?"T(0
SHIM with Bl, Ri T
I r o ihrr Buy mf , ... V
iiiaTI iiimmi eii.i, (
SOLD BY Dfft GGIf TS EVtKYWHLRE
CHANGE OF LIFE
WOMAN'S TRIAL f
Proof That Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is of Great
Help at This Period
Metropolis. I'lir.r.i?. "I have taken
Lydia K. Pmkh tint's Vegetable Com
pound and it is ail it
Claims to be and has
benefited me nun. !
der fully. 1 had teen
lies toreijrhtnion'l.s ;
with a trouble Which
confined me to ny i
bed ar.d was or iv
able to be up part of
the time.whtn 1 was
advised by a friend,
Mrs. Smith, to try
Lydia E. I'irikham's 1
Vpfrrt a lilo f
pound and Liver Fills. 1 was bo much
benefited hv the
that 1 was able to be up and about ir
two weeks. 1 was at the Chanpc of Liff i
when I bopan taking the medicines ar.d!
I passed over lhat time without any !
trouble. Now I SOI halo and hearty, Co
; scrubbing, and eookhsf, all there iatodo j
, 1 about a house, and can walk two or '
three miles without petting too tired. 1
know of several of my neighbors who
nave been helped bv your medicines. " 1
. Mrs. Emma Cixvek, 705 E. 7th St.. j
! Metropolis, Illinois.
Depend upon Lydia E. Finkham'sVep
I ctabfe Compound. Nervousness, irrita :
i bilitV. heat Mushes he-ado, ho on.l Atwmi. i
neas, are relieved by this splendid p.ed
WILLIAV S. WMITSITT. Minister
Morning Worship :::::;
Subject, "A STUDY IN
Special Music : : : :
Misi Luella Hanson.
: Mrs. Roy Bannon,
To the Public.
Welcome your Business
Your checking and savings accounts.
4 per cent
Paid on Savings Accounts
want you to make this Bank your Bank.
Come in and get acquainted.
Assets over $610,000.00
Peoples' Trust& Savings Bank
W. D DUNCAN,
W. J. SINON
W. F. STANTON Ir
THOS. F. CARROLL
ARTHUR H. COLWELL
J. H. EDGCOMB
P. J. CLUNE
THEO L. GROT
W D DUNCAN
tmbr Ftdtral Reserve
'nder l s. Government
How You Can Help
cities are exDeriencinp a crime ;w.
) lice arc doing their best to run down the crtminats Inn
and bufeianes an- ircti
n can help tn make it less profitable for burglars by
"iir small valuables in our new Safe Deposit
ft i the best Dlace tor vour valuable naners
i . ii
too, for liveware treciietit (hiring the winter.
lar were t i enter
i itv Bank Check
I ept isit ,-inlt keys lit
1 1 a
would knew lhat
ne of our Sate
his chances fur
him that you used check- instead
tims of money around the house. It
that your -mall valuables and precious
paper- were beyond hi- reach.
the vault :
re amply pi
tec ted I
Boxes may be secured for $ I
upward. There is a size to
Get yours now. : : :
50 per yea".' nd
suit your needs,
t III 1
National City Bank
Capital and Surplus $350,000.00
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