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THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER" JOURNAL.
PAGE THREE. RDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922. MONEY TRIED! UM MORAHN'S TEAM I tfti i r- g-v r-. f f g" 't T IKE FARMERS U. S. WAR BILLS D INTERESTS, FARM CH'EF nni i (4 1 i mi rii- his rnin ii rime o y r tr rr i at prices. k. ran Is 1 1"' money pow tliiH country manipulated the r i . -1 1 1 lnvantmuni hankers, de- Mint tha farmers should be to bear the brunt of the war iinnjii in in C, March, managing uf the Fanners National t i i members of that body in here today ing the last Ihree years," he limners nave ios u,uuv,uvu,- rough the deflation In prices ej received for their farm ; and Ihrniiuh tin1 I'nriM'lii.MiiiK uf! ... ..I r..,jl.i International invest nt brok- mi i ' , 1 in. MM.r in muqi linn is si en mes, ni: nti.tnc a in nade to the government out heir nniLih i urflr nr-nllls be doubled In value through rinkinn of the dollar tn one-half value when they loaned to the rraem. rne pronieers oi .nn-r ntly obtained 25n.OO0 net prof every American boy who Inst during the world war. maker sh ii thai freight rates the Cummins-Kasch law have see BDout niie run w 1 1 1 1 rarm hive gone ilown .itmut one bright spot in our national ,. f.w I., .ui.l It. .......... "in the tad that a group of mm senators ami nncnTinnta agricultural states have thrown the challenge In the i nntrol c f ,v,-i ,11,1,-111 .ii-.in iniini'. i in and Industry, as well as of tnOQOPOlUt. These senators ongreasnvn, Knafvn as the agrl- f,ir fhi. f'ini.,.rV' ,-(.,l,tw- 'ri..... They have not been ahle as uniani me iuuiianientai legists- null I. II hi, -in nil, mi ll.lt-, Mill are inn larnier s milv renam e national capltol. Many of are wonting hard for legisia- fi irn mifn Tn.. i . i j ... products and tn revive the gev- .... nu .. ... . . u mi- nun iii suonginc!! II. Hi lts mear bars hip and through prosperity for America's basic ry. Mrs.T, .1 ThomPaon of Barlvllle was an Ottawa visitor yesterday. Bldney Btlatal has returned home from Chicago w here he attended the i retail Clothiers convention. Mr, and Mrs, Ralph Bawden and ut ile son. Tommy of West Jackson St., moved to Btreator this morning. Mr. Bawden m tn'" oharge of the gt 111 room winch is operated In connei Hon a Ittl the Elks club there. George Watklns waa pleasantly sur prised las) nlghl al 1 Ih home on Ca 'theiine si . In honor of his birthday. The guests arrived at the Watkins home about 8 o'clock, taking the guesl I of honor aompletely by surprise The' evening was spent Informally anr al I a late hour a delicious Hilpper wiih served, Qeorge Crawford of Grand Ridge, spent last evening Visiting WttO friends; Tn this city. Wiiistim Col well spent last evening Visiting With friends In La Salle. Charles Sapp of Baal Ottawa spent last evening attending the tournsmont names at Slrentor, IH, Harold Haage of Marseilles called on friends in this city last evening, John Walsh of l.a Salle was an OI ,iawa Timor nisi evening. j a Taylor of Hennepin, former states attorney of Putnam county transacted business In Ottawa today. T C Henhing of Tonics transacted business in Ottawa today. William lluches and sister Mar guerite of Karlville were Ottawa vis ifftrs last, night Qeorsre Moors has returned to his home in Chicago after a visit With friends in Ottawa Mrs John Cantly of Karlville. wast an Ottawa visite r yesterday. Howard White nt' Marseilles was an" Ottawa visitnr yesterday Mrs. Ellen liarrls of Btreator, haal returned home after a visit with Mrs Thomas Post mi Superior street. ins May has returned home front f'hieairo where he attended the retail ' clothing merchant s convention. I Mrs. Owen ' Kox was a Slreator j visitor yesterday. 1 Miss Louigc 8heedy of Seneca was an Ottawa. visitor yesterday. Walter Van lyoon nt Slreator Was ; an Ottawa visitor last night. Maurice Gumbenier of Btreator was an Ottawa visitor last night. Ine Alsi linler nas returned home from Chicago, where be attended too nlail clothing dealers' convention Miss Mm o'Dt nnell of Columbus street has returned home Biter a two days' visit. with relatives in Chi cago. Attorney H. P, Kelly has returned home ;ter a three days business trip to Chicago. PIN MEN LAST EVE MAKE WAY TO FINALS BY MAR GIN Op POINTS CAPTAIN M0RAHN ROLLS HIGH SCORC OF 212. tens, Mr. mid MM Mrs. Bert 1 lane. Betohell, Mr ami Mm. James Itlack ami Mr. and Mis Sam (.ell. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hair. Mrs. Charles Black, Mrs. Charles Strom lv It. Johnson. Miss Kliza Uirkin of spending the week at the brotht r, E i. Uarkin, lias baea ill with a seven l.a Salle is home or her Mrs. Larkin cold. OTTAWA'S TAX RATE LOWEST OE LARGER CI TY HOSPITAL NOTES TOO LATE (Main Want Ad TO CLASSIFY. Seit inn page Ptva.i The drat game or the semi-finals of tin- bowling tournament being staged at the Ottawa Ileal club was held hi t levelling at the i lub alleys, Morahn : pin n naved their way to tie1 flnah I of the tournament, to he staged next i 1'riday evening, by winning over the I Itassett ( Ian hv a margin Of. 298 pins ; Morahn had high score for the even lng when he rolled 211' In the las: I game of the match. Harold Rlchol- on Waa second with an even 2"fl. Basjstttl averaged i". the highest lor the three games. tin next Tuesday night the last game of the semi -finals will be played, when Strawn's team clashes with Johnson's five The finals will be played next Priday night are lust night's scores: Morahns. Poiiowim Morahn . . Hdrhitng Richolson Bandi rs Guthrie . . Totals Basset! Arms! rung Adams . . . Mutters ,., Brewer ,134 ,14 .119 ,168 . 174 171 I ! T I9fl l :'.! 198 211 M 200 123 174 711 856 Bnssetts. 200 ,143 .Ki7 . 1 6S . 106 it;s 114 14S ion Kill ISO 127 1 56 KM 127 Totals ,761 ';.'. 681 2.J17 7t)t: TROY GROVE RUTLAND Mae Boyd, readier of the School had called on Thursday i nnn A.. t ,a .1. ... , she unlocked one of the win- tn -. i . . the I,,.,.,,, aaal, CI... not aware of the fact that the in ine weigni in iiie upper sash , imRii. i 1 1 i,,i. im 'A : ' pack the heavy upper sash fell' the two sashes. She was un to release her hand until the ir came ami raised tlie sash. naieiy, no nones were broken. t hand was so badly bruised she unable to use it for several Puller and George Bohrer have been released from quarantine for starlet fever. Mn Florence Kelley was home fTom Ottawa en Saturday. Robert Crone's' sale of registered shorthorn cattle and grade stock on Tuesday was well attended and good pi lees prevailed. Tlie ToIttCa coal mine Friday for an Indefinite of the coal miners from been working there, and forth daily in an truck. Miss Vera cinnamon was a visitor troin Saturday uiitii closed down period. Many Rutland had driving back automobile Mr and Mrs Stewart of t'onrad Iowa, are guests of their Mrs. Henry Dierwechter. Mrn. Mary Attken of Marseilles spent the week end at the John Aitkorj home. The stockholders of the Parmers' evator held their annual meeting at the village hull Monday afternoon. J W. Weldon and D. It. Johnson were elected directors. Mr. Stickney gave an address. Mrs. Mayor of Pawpaw is the guest of her son. Dr. H. K. Mayor. Anthony Amphor spent Sunday in I'eru with his brother. Peter Amphar. Mrs. H. D, Short entertained a largv number of ladies last Friday after noon. The time was spent In mak ing a dress form for Mrs. Short. lor ( ream ard wafers were served. Among those from this vicinity who attended the Farmers' Institute at 01 tawa last week were Mr and M Charles Miller, H, J. Miller and faiu Hy, W. B. Hess, H. A. Hess and s Thieves broke Into the Parmers' elevator la I Wednesday night, and stole the 1250 adding machine, The same night adding machines wefu taken from the elevators at Merldon. Karlville and LTtlcS. Mr. and Mrs eh. tries iv rg 11011 at tended the dance at La Motile Prldaj evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hriickinan, wlm lived weal of town moved to l'eru just recently, and are the parents of twins, a hoy and a girl, born last 1 week. Mrs. John Weldon us hostess to the five hundred club on Tuesday all ernoon, Mr and Mrs, Charles Ferguson, Mr ! and Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mm Thomas MoNally, Joe McNally and Miss Mary McNally were in Oi ' taws on Thursday of last week, a tending tie- funeral of Mrs. Bd Brady The home of Mr and Mrs. Lester Kleinfelter was destroyed by lire about 2 o'clock Saturday morning The family w as forced to flee clad only ill their night clothes. No clothing or furniture whatever was saved. The building was Insured for 81,800 and j furniture for 1800) which will not in! any way cover the loss). j a sewing bee. composed or fourteen , ladb-'. met at Mrs. Kred Kcmphcr's on Monday afternoon and ipanl the time I in making bedding for Mrs. Klein felter. Mrs. Jacob Krieser is on the s1(T list. Mr. and Mrs Prank Brown of I'rlneeton were callers at Mts. Ehnma flock's on Sunday afternoon. Several .spare tires were stolen from iiutos on Thursday evening of last week, during the card party and dam 1 given by the Holy Name society of 1 dminick. Thieves gaimsl admittance to T. F. Murphy's SOfl drink parlor on Sundn: I i night by breaking one of tin- windows . Must what was taken has not been (lis covered, j Mrs. Will Barber and daughter of Ijoliei are the guests of relatives. The meeting of the Community I club on last Friday night was well I attended and an interesting program daughter, I was given, as roiiowo: "Illinois." sung by audience. Instrumnetal, Miss Margaret Doyle, Song by school girls. "Life of Lincoln." Rev. Sillars Vocal solos. Mrs. Thomas Steven son of Wealth am. fe of Washington, Rev, isiuer, "America," hy audience. The next meeting will bo held on March 10. CITIES COUNTY Dr. .1- H- Garllngton, I was discharged from 1 he yesterday after being a for a number of da;. Mrs. Mary Lowe, 1 109 n STANDS SIXTH IN LIST ACCORD ING TO FIGURES GIVEN OUT TODAY BY COUNTY TREASUR ER. EAST WENONA HIGHEST. Total k ' " fill 4'IU 506 4.'u Mil 1 :i mi I 111! 167 out today are 1 in Bruce) On Ragle) 855 2.465 811 Total. Aver 518 ;:x4 4;i :t'.n :',o: 17:. ' Js 151 i:;o v. According to the official figures compiled b County Treasurer Geo. M, Reynolds, East vVenons has the lowest tux rate of any City or town 111 the county. The city of Btreator has the highest rate of any corpora tion in the county, the part of the city lying within the boundaries of BruOB township having a tax rate of 8.72 and Hie pari in Eagle township of J'.l.fil'. Ottawa with a rate of $7.4X is sixth in the list. The rates of the various towns and villages according to the ( tticial urea glv lows: Leland Ransom si reati r Btreator Kangley Karlville Tonlca Cedar Point , Grand Ridge Rutland Dana Lostant I La Salle .... Oglesby .... 1 Seneca I Mendota .... Sheridan .... ! Mllllngton . . . j Triumph .... ' VVenona Ottawa 1 north i Ottawa (SOUtb 1 Peru 7.20 Leonora (i.2K j Marseilles i Rutland township). 7JM Marseilles (Manlius township), (i.'.is Serena 3.S4 Troy drove 4.20 Utlca 7.40 w ho Inc. 1, pital for the pas1 from thai Instil Ing, Oommtaaioner was discharged tenia. . Mrs. Harold I were removi d Webster t reel alter being pall tal for the past Scott Singer. was discharged Miss Mary II was admitted b terday. nfli Edw; roui ti 13 Norrls it, ciiy hospital patient there Chestnut st., the city hos-1- discharged iterday morna .1. I the lougherty pital yes- 112 yesterday nts il the irnoon bospi- all city ays. ison street yesterday, ut if r. sn:; pine street i the city hospital yes- Your Auto Needs Sanders Auto Parts Co. always first with the new lower prices. 30x8 Richmond 75 nile tires $7. (0 :nx;','o Richmond 7."iiio mile tires 8,90 (let the habit trade at Sanders Auto Parts Co. 229 w. Main St. Phone (69. TRUNK8, BAGS, BUITCABH8 VVty pay two middlemen profits? Buy from fart, ry direct : end for FRKK catalog, ACME TRUNK &. IHU FACTORY. Spring Valley, 111. FREE Electrical hook: tells how to earn $12 to $'!n daily; learn at hom; earn as you learn, t HIEP E.VG1 NEER, 21 I l-li Lawrence, Chicago. of the of the river) river) fig. fol- ; .$rt.77 . 5.82! . S.72! . 9.62 . 9.14 . fi.n . 6.2!) . 4.2') . 5.74 . fi.24 . 6.19 . o.r.:i . 7.7'J . 7,'.i4 . 6.20 . 6.88 . 667 . 4.80 . 3.21 . 2.51) . 7.4S . 7. 45 Arctr Cape Llldlll which mnrkx land ma-.; flu ocean from Alaska Shot 1 1 Arctic circle rectly 1 Llslitirtu limit of tmpii al found In Of Cape Fo: Planl k rile 1 he is ihe hi iiorthwesi I I cadlund id ( a Arctic the 100 rtb 1 i- bv miles nboul Some. 1 he Lisl miles (li eu Cape northern ds nearly lave 1 u northeast AGENTS WANTED We pay ft weekly full time or 7." cents hour selling guaranteed hosiery; aizents making $7' to $12.' weekly; experience unneci ssary. PBRFHCTWEAH MILLS.-' Darby. I'enua. WANTBD Salesmen to solicit orders , for lubricating oils, greases Ulld paints; salary or commission. Ad dress THE HARVEY OIL CO., dec laud. Ohio. time, The Educational Department Of the Ottawa Woman's club will nice' on Feb. L'o at Ihe home of Mrs, W. D. Ouncan, at 1340 Illinois avenue -i" n topic of the afternoon will be "Educu tionai Needs of iMinois " ti e leader will be Mrs. 11 11 Wo; g ;. TuSSday Ctuclv C'rr.le Will meet Tuet lay afternoon, Feb 2 at the home jt Mrs. Gus Kneussl. Tr program will be 'Mj Favorite Hymn Mrs. More Roberts will be soloist. lost On driving glovi Grand Ridge. .Ice. AGENTS Hir. PLAN phono 000 limes; 1 saves $l's r McKay III black sheepskin lined between Ottawa and Please notify this of- from factor) ; EVER igrapb needle, plays ; illicit damage records; it alls II. BVERPIAV, Nir.V I ) FFKIi FNT KVKKI'LAY phonograph needle plays 27,ono limes; preserves records; nore .dis tinct ; sweeter tone; saves $40; sells 1, BVQRiPLAY, McKay Bldg., Bjgn Francisco, Cal. FOR RENT The large two story hdise west of Inteiurbaii car bams, built by Charles Conrad s few years igi ; now occupied by 1 r. Archer. Will be for rent in few days, T. It. FARRELL, I College Bldg. FOR RENT Four room house, 80!) Second Btreet; low rent: immediate possession. T. B. PARRELL, LIVER TROUBLE Physician plains simple treatment for In flamed glallbladder and Idle ducts as sbclated with gallstones. Rooklet PRES. OR. 'PADDOCK, Box (i 20', , Kansas City, Mo. MEN Growers of dependable stock want reliable salesmen; commission weekly: no deliveries. BROWN BROTHERS NURSERIES, Roches ter. N. V. and with 1 and Mrs. Cornelius Winans vis Tver Sunday with Rev. and Mrs Pitman at Thaw ville. is Mabel Douglas, who teaches Rnse. spent the week end as a of Miss Lorene Cinnamon and Mrs. Kairel Rowe of Mi spent Sunday with her parents, and Mrs. Charles Rohrer. ison Mabel Barclay and V'oila or attended the schools of In- tion for telephone operators at tor Tuesday. F. '.. Ames, gen- manager ror the Central Illinois leudsnt Telephone Co., was al- attendance at the meeting. s. tSUa Iripp, who had been here Severn! weeks assisting in the of Mrs. H I) Allen, returned riday to her home at Aurora, s. Barbara Plnkharn and daugh- ln liloomiiigton I Monday. Wayne, the third son of Mr. Mrs. Charles Drumtnett. is ill pneumonia. W. V. ParVish, who was relief agent for the lllim: Central railroad in Rutland for several montha during the past year, and .ri-s T. Catherine Keenan of i'eru. were married Jan. 8. They are making their home at Free port while be is agent at Bailey ville. S. It. Ingrain of Chicago visited relatives and old friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs H W. Schroeder and If. D Allen entertained the young people's class of the M. B. Bunday Bchool at tni Schroeder home rn Weilnesday evening at one fit the most enjoyable affairs of the sea son. The living ami dining rooms wen very artistically decorated witli red streamers and hearts. The evening entertainment was also all in keep ing with the season. St. Valentine's day. Sandwiches, fruit saUd and cof fee were served as refreshments. f Peoria are guests Mr. and at th M rs. home George r parents P- SC08 Hayes rjt MorrisollVlllfl Is ng with his sister. Mrs. .1. W. y. and family. rs Annie R am! 11 has been con- at home for several days with ttack of pleurisy. i families of Harm Harms, ("has. MILLIARD GARAGE Wc Spend What We Make In Ottawa Do We Merit Your Support? Out ictor Today! Specials 18851 75c 8856 75c 8857 75c Smilin', Fox Trot.,.,.!., Green Bros. Orchestra Somewhere in Naples M All Star Trio Dear Old Soul hand, Fox Trot x-j- Whiteman They Call it Dancing Orchestra Wimmen...;. Club Goodbye, Shanghai Club ENTRICH Royal Orchestra Royal Orchestra MUSIC HOUSE Phone 352-W r- w? 5W iw; man ffta tsm msm We w ish tn thank our many iri.-iel- mom gjm iy JfcgM (?TT"''iK M WK 12m W and neighbors for the kindness and' BB WSf " Va- --'X WBk gfH Bl synipath shown us during Ihe sick . Hj jM fU- r sJwH i.vt j&Z In sJtfl WByS TI-IIQ I C rVIV SB MBSg HKa Philanthropic Department ff SgP 1 111 O IO 1V1 I Kg BJ1 Of the Woman's club will hold an I'erings Win Reg.,..,, Herman I:. HI HB S PICTLJRE AND X"JB W! all-da-, meeting at the Detention Hoiiie gum, Mrs (leo Reguin Jennie Cm BJ H " " Bj on Wednesday. Feb. 22 Ricnic lunch- I don, .Man Siehert. Cora Brown. HB VMV IMY NAME IS E BflBJ eon at 12 o'clock. All members ate MB W y HH ing a dress form for Mrs Short. Ice rco.uesteatoneprese.nl. announcement. ; mm HQ For Highway Commissioner. Wi JJi v-'i LI JH Card of Thanks. William Morgan ami. es bin. ' ; S H V Hi 1iSk B I A e wish In thank our friends ard ; a candidal. Highway Comini WBk R B)Bj ffl P! fiV' ff v il ll BB ' hboi who hi. Il assisted i.s ior..-r oi the luwn of Ottawa, subje.-' (efSj 5 jgfSk M vL!l dt fej W t Is. il&'j I ilitrinir nil,' recent lere:i veinem in the ileciinn ni' the l)emner:i lie nv' flfflfil B M 3 SI cfl t, k &Si nfl CM Mi 'tr.1 Hy. W. B. Hess. R. A. He-- RCIN AND FA Ml l BM ' ssassssssw - Whatever servii c .1 hank .n provide, that do we oflet to you. We jjk BTC&V ' S?fgwBiLJ ' o amarCA "'" top Y -?Hl are particularly desirous to have your checking and savings accounts as Wyr lUtni IgaW , ,, . 1 , , j,- . , MATT MOORF. and GLADYS LESLIE n those small I ho they may be beget friendship. And someday you may I "STRAIGHT IS THE WAY ' really need a bank for a friend. Come in and get acquainted. We can Also AESOP FABLE and "TOPICS OF THE DAY" suggest any number of ways that our bank may serve you. SUNDAY AND MONDAY "TH E O L D O A KEN BUCKE T A pc-.H. item of the song of th,- c cm tiny. Also Gaylord Lloyd Comedy 3 1 COMING "THE WITCHING HOUR" J I tal I A mile a-minute romance of the rail $1 Starts a Savings Account Ottawa Banking & Trust Co. Capital and Surplus. $185,000.00 We serve not only thousands of IndlvR loans, but are also the financial represent houses in the city. in checking and savings s and advisers to Qumel account) mts I. M and ness Maurice FSynn and Ora Carew '''Smiles are Trump' Also jmedy. SUNDAY & MONDAY CONSTANCE TALM DGE in "LESSONS IN LOVE" Cr,st includes Kenneth Harlpn, Elora Finch and George Fawcett It'tt teach you how to make love! How t; . And you'll laugh while you learn. Her latest Fust National Picture. How to win s ayety Building El