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THE OTTAWA FREE TR A DER-JOURN A L. " THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, U"2 PACT SIX. FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AND OTTAWA 115 West Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. FKKR T R A I )K K- J O U'llN A L PRINTING CO. Publishers W. H. 08MAN Editor and General Manager O. H. WOOLBERT Managing Editor Member of the TERMS: Dally, one year In advance, by carrier 16. on Dally, one year in advance, by mail, oilttidc La Sail Couuty 4 f) Dally, one year in advance, by mall, in La Salle County 4.00 Dally, per week, by carrier 10 The AHSoclated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also local news published herein. Entered as second class matter Ottawa, III., under the Act of October THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1922. HOW THE FIRE EOUIPMENT WAS SELECTED. The city council last evening, in adopting the recommendation of the citizens' committee appointed to confer and advise with t ho council In the purchase of the now fire equipment, confirmed the views of that committee, as arrived at after an extensive investiga tion privately conducted by a number of its members. s in every award of a contract of this ize where there i so little difference in the Itanditlg and reputation of the machine-, there will be some criticism, each of the machines having strong advocates who would have been satisfied with nothing hut the one preferred hy some individual. It was agreed that the machine should le chosen from the standard apparatus approved by the underwriters, and with all meeting the requirements as recommended to the committee by men of long experience in lire lighting the most advantageous "Imv should be chosen. W hile one machine called for the expenditure of a few dollars less money, it was unable to comply in at least one respect to a condition which nearly (if not quite) every tire chief having conditions like tho.e in Ottawa to contend with pronounced desirable, if not actually necessary. It was found in the investigations conducted by the citizens' committee that one machine had this apparent advantage over an other: one was especially fitted for conditions in one class of cities, another in a different class, and so on; so the recommendation was made for the one which seemed especially fitted for the need- of this city, and that one happened to he the best for Ottawa in price, everything o nsidered. At any rate. Ottawa has had the benefil of the investigations made l and the best judgment of a body of men -elected by the mayor in accordance with a promise made be fore the bond- were voted, and it has nut cost the city one cent. But the committee was undeStodd throughout to be acting merely in an advisory caoacitv. The limine: of the apparatus was the province i the council ami tlieir the committees judgment It is believed that Ottawa has secured the best x'ssible equip ment for the needs, and that from the largest and most extensive manufacturers 01" the line in existence. The price paid was as near bedrock as it was possible ; get it and compares very favorably Vyith any found to have been made anywhere. Time alone will demonstrate if the machine will live tip to all that is hoped of it oi l's promised by its makers; and, as lieln the tt iTiiTiiittee rmd tlie c, mnnl T, ' , . . . i Bui the buy is the result of honest and the pulling of every possible, everything considered, and that at ' MANY UNSOLVED PROBLEMS, I Ik scarcity 01 farm laborers ftas been sev erely telt m some sections of the country during the harvesting and garnering season now closing. Corn, to a great extent, is yet to he gathered and the root crops dug and marketed or stored for the winter, but recent reports from various sections of the state indicated that there was a dearth of sufficient help to cany on thi necessary work. The lat est report comes from the section of Illinois in the vicinity of Peoria where, it is stated, cattle will be turned into the corn fields if the shortage of pickers continues much longer. The crop through the central district of the state made a fair average yield and. pro perly gathered and .stored, ought to r , . . . , -, , , tint ai me prevailing price- ami out of the question. Stock turned into the fiek dotilitedlv consume a fair portion of the Grain, trample and destroy much more. The Peoria county remedy for the present harvesting evils possesses some virtue over that proposed by many farmers and ranchers of the western states where potatoes have become a drug on the market. The cosl of digging the tubers in some cases would nearly equal the prices obtained for the harvested crop, and for that reason growers are threatening to leave them in the ground tin gathered rather than expend more money with scant prosects of getting back. There are many problems yet to he settled before the costs of production and marketing can he brought into harmony with the consumers" ability or willingness to pay. CENTRAL LIFE COMPANY VOTES TO LEAVE OTTAWA (Continued from Page One.) vice president; Charles Nadler. vice president; S. B. Bradford, secretary treasurer; Dr. T. W. Burrows, medi cal director; W. H. Hinebaugh. gener al counsel. Only one or two changes have been made in the board of directors since the company was formed. This board is composed of the officers of the company, with Dr. A. J. Roberts, Ot tawa; G. 0. Grover. Ottawa; W. EC. Prichard, Ottawa; N, J. Cary A. H. Neureuther, Peru; C. H Pluess. Millington; J. A. Bowman. Rockford; O. A. Johnson, Lee, and D. M. Yates,! Chicago. In 1913 and 1914 the five story Con-1 tral Life office building was erected Id the heart of the business district! as a home for the companv. Order Cash Divided I The company s prosperity at a tune when most concerns are retrenching was made evident last night when 1 the directors authorized a substantial cash dividend to be paid to stockhold- m pf recorJd: a? 2 DT, hlch is lUf " . " . pany to date. One interesting fea - f ho ..niarn ia that llw.v l.v.,l m - FAIR DEALER Main Street Associated Press. March :,, PUT. lOL'O, at the Post Office at action indicates thev aoTeeH with was often remarked, "1 e Lord! it it t.-illv rlou-n :it any time ,r , effort and extensive investigation j string to get the best equipment, 1 a fair price. j 1 I I bring a fair price to the growers. ! ingh wages , tor atherinj it seem 1 , , now voi,(l ut w ould also I never failed in paying a dividend each' sitled. X0-8.c cwt; Minnesota lacked ! year during its existence. Which asiand hulk round whites. 9f9Bc cwt: very unusual in the experience of life j insurance companies. It is thought I I that it stands alone in this field of ex-l perience. During th.' war and the in- flueneza epidemic it was one of the. few companies in the I'nited States that) did not have to stop paying divi dends. RESCUE 117 FROM BURNING VESSEL I firsts, Sl-Wc; ordinary firsts. 26-2c; Providence. R. I.. Oct. 19.- 1 17 niLscellant SOW, 3'i :ic; refrgerator t-x-passengers were taken off the Colnn-i Tas, lUc; refripe-ator firsts. I6 Utica;itel line steamer Concord earlv todav by the treichter IHohe.Ean while a nre raged In the cargo hold of the passenger ship The fire was control!- ed after an hour's fighting. The transfer of passenger was done with tne vessels 12 miles from shore and tne wincl Mowing thirty miles an RESTAURANT MAN'S AUT" IS WRECKED a Hudson touring car owned hv Frank Kotaoaia, proprietor of the Col pf" inn restaurant and driven by his iFon ' nm' n"a" wrecked ias, hit a telephone post The car l night east of Seneca The car. travel L .. ,.,,: , , tt ,,,., .., atiwi 1 i .. u, .. - . . . iic i n, .tun i ,ii EVERETT TRUE By CONDO. to Discuss Tue LOOK AT THS?e THBYVe 'dew on dis- ?lay so cons you ccn NM6SJ (AJHf?t5 tfitfDeD THCEM OUT "THS hrwts oob! Antd ycj 2ST A t-EAX - TODAY'S WHEAT PRICES HIGHER AT TODAY'S OPENING W .it averaged Chicago. Oct. 19 higher in price today during the earl dealings, the Chicago InftUMOA being strength show:; by tin- Liverpool mar ket in the face of dfx-lines yesterday on this side cf tho Atlantic. Reports, however, that traftir congestion it lake ports were being overcome and that exporters were showlns less anxi- ety about supplies tended to cppck bullish sentiment As a result De-1 ceniber deliveiy here appeared some- what inclined to drag as compared with May and July. The opening. wheh ranged from '4c to higher. ; with Dwember $ .14', to and May $1.1" to 11.13, was then follow ed by new upturns to abOVI initiil figures. Corn and oats parallel od the action of wheat. After opening '2c higher. December , -sc to W1', the com market Ouctnated with a range of about to. "v hi.Rhf Df cember 41 c to 41 ',e, and after a slight reaction rallied with other , grains. Provisions were steady In line with I ik. i, ..,..,. m,.. tej iimi rti Wall Street. New York. Oct.. 19. Stren shares was the feature at the opening of today's stock mar th of oil 1 irregular I t. Mexi can Petroleum climbed tVi points 'r. the first few, minutes, and Pan-American B stock, which, according to re ports in the flnaoclal district, i.s to be transferred for .Mexican Petroleum under a new plan of exchange, sol.l hieher than the A stock for the tirst "line. Corn Proaucts established a new peak pri a gain of more than sre waa a fairly good j j Brother A aid H. , Unitad ,''"i, f - Mi Point am! (lemanil for Hi: un-jrjoMoUted Ga j mone PlgyerH and i w hich advanced Julius Kaiser, all ' ' to i points. Tfci" advance in rails wan led by Northern Pacific and St Louis Southw e- t' rn. ! leech ui) a point. Metal and robber j stocks improved fractionally. Some of yesterday's leaders received set- I backs today, National liiscuit drop-1 ping :', points ami Maimani on :n , New .1 was !);: rsey vis C Another weak spot Potatoes. Chicago, Oct. 19. Potatoes steailv on whites, firm on Ohios; receipts. !ni cars; total I'nitcd States shipment. . 1,248 cars; Wisconsin sacked and bulk round whites. 90c41 cwt; unclas- Minnesota bulk Red River Ohlos. $l.le 1.35 cwt; North Dakota bulk Hi d River Ohios, ll.l.Vi 2-, cw t; South , Dakota bulk roond whites S5-90C cwt; do eartv Ohio, tl cwt: Idaho sacked rurala tl.19l.L5 cwt. Provisions. Chicago. Oct Pi. -Mutter higher; creamery extras. 44 ,; lints, 30 38)tC extra firsts. 4143c; seconds. 34 ;!"; standard-. 4ir. Kgg8 steady; receipts. 3.2TI eases; Poultry -Alive lower; fowls. tt-21c; turkeys. '',):: springs. 19c; roosK-'s, 1 He. Llve Stock. 'hiiago. (til It. HofS- Receipts. 24,'siO bead; held over. 1,081; few early sales 171 t, K pound average t" yard traders and shipper $:.."0- ' VH' higher; Quality fairly good; ' citSaeiptL'Jead '-- 11 '"' " talnlng Rv. yocng BWfl who had at tended tie sau 1 la Morri threw a hf bind Wheel, beaded for the ditch I . " ' 1 hut i.iee of its occupant were hurt., m sotoisct or har-dot- fce THS SUN WASN'T FUSS HAvC FlKllSHETD -pecor-ACHe about MARKETS GRAIN Furnished by u. Klrnj, manager Oardlner B, Van Ness & Co.. members Chicago Board of Trade, third fljoi Moloney Building. Open. Hich. :w close Wheat IVc I.14H M4tf I.I2'r May MS 1.13 l.ij July .... LOS 1.054 I.04M Corn 1.12 1.044 Dec .68 .HM 425 Cash ,67 .77(, .41 .42 .8 May July .68 42Vi 42- .59 .91 -41 41 Oat Dec. May July Markets. Corn No. 2 mixed No. mixed . No. 1 mixod No. 2 yellow No. 3 yellow No. 4 yellow .74 .7:i .73 .741,:, .74 .7-J 74U .7:::i, .74 -.73. No. 2 white 74 No. ?, white No. 4 white OatH No. i' white No. 3 white No. 4 white .78. .48 - .73 V. .40 .41' . .44 A2 .43 - Receipts Estimated. Wheat. 61 curs. Corn, 16 cars. Oat-s. 89 cars. OTTAWA GRAIN MARKETS. Ruckrioela Elevator. Wheat Uats - No. No. No. i.oa white white white :.'A Com No. 2 whit .C2 M .HI .61 .60 .60 No. 'i No. ;i No. 3 No. 4 No. 4 yellow whito . yellow vhite . '-'low Wallace Grain Market. u-hpj. .$1.03 . .3SV4 . .36 . .63 . .63 .62 . .62 . .61 . .61 Oatl 0 3 y,, 4 white white vhit- (orn No. No. No. 2 white . 2 yellow white . yellow 4 white 4 yellow No. No. CLAIMS WIFE'S BABY HAS ANOTHER FATHER St I-ouis. Oct. 19. (A IM Henry il,autneir. liihman and wealthy real eatate dealer whose attorneys yes- teruaj niea a petition asKing iae ni- """ ietermine me paienmj of a child born to his divorced wife Miss Byfd Shoemaker, could not be reached for a statement today. In the petition Laumefr stated that the .child was born 2:; months after his separation from his former wife on Jan. 9. 191S, the day , following their niarriage which he said took' place whil'- i,e was Intoxicated. According' to the petition the for mer Mis. .ILUmeir was .grmnted a divorce on charges of desertion on June m, 4.919. and at the trial testi fied she had no relatione as wife with 'her husband after he left her the day ; following their marriage at Salem, 111 She whs grant" d a settlement of ! $.'0,00(1. FIREWORKS EXPERT BADLY BURNS HAND Sid Wejse, proprietor of the Weise Candr company, painfully burnt his brt hand last evening while setting off a display of fireworks In connec tion with the opening of th rVs" tlVSl Sid was lightine a torch which ran d up too Middeniv citchina him ., . ' ,,t' , In ' ' llFltlllg Hi" hand. '-we JI Grand Ridge MISS WINIFRED YOCUM Correspondent 9 Double Celebrat ion at Manley Horn?. Mr. and Mrs, C, W. Manley enjoyed i a double celebration on Sunday. Oct, I 15, when the latter entertained at din ner, covers being laid for twelve. Oct, tfi was not oulv their wedding an- nlvaraary, but Mr. Mauley s blrthda) M well, so the dinner served as a fit ting observance of the two events, The center piece on the table was birthday cake w ith lt.s customary deoo rations of candles. Thoaa preeont , were Mr. and Mrs Kerry Manley, Mr I and Mrs. A P Harwood and Mr. and -Mrs. Dice of Btreator, Mr, end Mi- 1 Bryant Minify and their mhi Ernest i Wife, all of l ornell Here From Cisney, III. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Bennington and little son arrived Tuesday tor a several weeks' stay Mr Itonnington wtU husk corn during I he busking left son. Overnight Guests. Itennan Armstrong and Miss La, cone nihhs wi re overnight guests on Tuesday at th- home of WUferd Ant ram and sister. Miss Edna, west of town, Mrs m. c Hodgson did ehoppini in Btreator oo Wednesdnj Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zahn were re cent village callers Miss Marion Maker attended the fu neral of Mrs. Thaieon, winch waa held Monday at Ottawa. Mrs. Theistm was formerly Miss Margaret Halla gan. The committees aiiKinted to com plete the program and arrangements for the ootnini minstrel show are busy w ith their tasks. Here From Idaho. Morris Morel, who i.s on a ranch in Idaho, is bete to visit his panut-. "Mr. and Mrs K. Morel of East Lib erty stri et Mrs Harriet Snedaker of Ottawa Is spending a few days with her broth t. K. P, Wakey, and family, southeast of town The R f, Bute family were eallers at the George l.inn home in Otter Creek township the tirst of the week. Mrs. Walter Kogle, who was se riously ill for some time, js now able to ride out again. Miss Clara Hibbs has aone to Chi cago for a two weeks' visit with her niece. Mrs. A I BucKner. Lloyd Hampson of Ohio is spending a short time with his mother, Mr. Elizabeth Hampson. Returned Home Tuesday. Mr. and Mra, J. J. Lehr of South EUoomington street, accompanied by the formers .sister. Mrs. M. Hagi of Ottawa .have returned from a rialt with Mr Lehr's, niece, Mr. and Mrs. MeCormiek. at Waukegan. and their friends. Mr and Mrs Smith, at Kvanston. Snent Saturday Night in Peoria. Ijo Coleman and sister, reunited Sunday evening from an overnight visit with I'.'oria friends. Joseph Bute, who ha been on the up and sick list, is now able to be about the house. Miss Bather Kates was a caller at the home of her brother Klmer the first of thp week. Mr. and Mrs. Kdmond Freeze and family motored to Somonauk Sunday, where they called on relatives. Stanley Brown spent the week end with relatives north of the village. Frank Duttlinger, who has been suffering from th" effects of a hedge thorn in his .hand, reports the injured member as improved. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers of Varna were recent village callers. Miss Dorothy Yocum has returned to her home after a week enrl visit with her grandmother in the village. Miss Bertha Rocers has returned from a week's visit at the home of Miss Grace Johanson in Aurora. Keystone Class Elects Officers. The Kevstone class of the Meth od let church met at the William Kel ler home, south of the village, on Tuesday evening, with fifty-two mem bers present. A short business ses sion waa held, at which time the fol lowing officers were elected: President C. C. Coats. Vice president K. P. Wakey. Secretary Mrs. Walter Hayward. Treasurer Mrs. Frank Poundstone. Teacher for the year E. O. Eng land. After the business was concluded a social time was enjoyed, games of various sorts, together with several musical selections, forming the diver sion. Refreshments were served. Mrs. George Fogle spont Tuesdav at the home of her father, R. M. Ant ram, on West Main street. Mrs. Ida Williams and little grand son. Bud Dinnis. Wjere recent north bound passengers. Stanley Brown of Ottawa was a re cent visitor at thr home of his uncle. Tom Lacy, north of the villaeo. Mr and Mrs. Otto IWOllemhaUpt spent Sunday afternoon with out of town trends. Social Tomorrow Niaht. Tomorrow evening (Friday! is the date set for the Halloween social to be held at the I'tica public school. This Is given by the fifth and sixth grades and everyone is cordially in vited to attend, and enjoy a good time. Ladies' Aid Meeting. The Ladies' aid society held a busi UTICA NEWS ness meeting at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Hutchinson on Church St. yesterday afternoon. Another meet ing will be held in two weeks, the place ooj being decided on as yet. Ladies' Aid Halloween Social. The Ladies' aid society is planning on holding a Halloween social on Tuesday, Oc4 .1 No detail at- MARSEILLES NEWS O. A. BURTON REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE PHONE 6.) Office 475 Klinor Oh'.-. oil Is moving bark ffOBI Mason City. Iowa. Mrs. Chariot Smith, ytn Morgan .'. Mra. roung, Mrs Brace HurrltiKtoa Qrovi Klllelea and Mrs Qranby dinner guests at the heme nl Char lea Oraffle today, Mary 't rulti and Brmltia N' wet e Mrs tretti are uivinc a party at tin home nl Harris tonight '. Orsl was a Seneca visitor yt dn Mr. and Mrs Cy Trew bridge, are motorlnf in the east, b it i, i ho Nea Thoy lork City yeMterda fur liono have been away l alter Scott the fall festival fur three weeks, i an attendant of Ottawa last even- in l IM: 01 Hnii was in Chtcaco iterday to buy cattle. Mr and Mrs C to M.ir-.i ill, s i st planning to Join A who are motor! na t A. Allen returned rday, Tney are C. Allen and wife. o TtakUwa today, Miss Vera Naretty shopped in Ot tawa today, Lee Arnold and Charles Daggett Jr. are duck hunting at Oatnp I'odo Dr. Blanohard waa a Chicago pas senger today Mrs. W (' Bracken and sons re turned yesterday from Chicago alter a visit coTerinej several days N". Lane lota was a Chicago paaaen gfr today Sam Marker and wife. Mrs Morgan Young and daughter Lou lee attended the Ottawa fall featival. Miss Irene Han:ey, Art Price. Mrs. John Hollo. Mrs. Langlois ami Mrs. .1 Matthews were visitors at the fes- Ural in Ottawa last evening, Missionary Election. The Woman s .Missionary society of th' Congngation.il church will hold, an election of Officers at their mei pt the church this afternoon. itlng rangements have been made those to he announced later, as yt, Sabo Residence B-ing Erected. The Henry Sabo residence on John son street is well under way. the building being completed up to put ting the siding on. This is to he a tine one story five room bungalow. John Newell has returned from a two weeks' visit in Detroit Mrs. N. W. Ha mm war a I. a Sail" caller yesterday. Mrs. Sim Bray was a shopper in 1. a Sail,- yeaterday. Mrs H. M. Farrar has returned Horn a rialt in Loatant with relatives Mrs. Alice Dtbreux. Mrs. Hugh He CullOUgh and daughter Maud" of Ot tawa were guests of Mrs. George Bchmelding Tuesday. Mrs. Sophia Kaiser and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fitzgerald spent Tuesday in Chicago, returning on Tuesday eve ning. C, P. Rounds has been on the licit list for the past week. Mrs. William Ford, Mrs. Charles Reader and Mrs Henry Clark visit ed at the Orson Hallet home, north of town, yesterday. Mrs. Nelson and daughter, Mrs wet lie Fowler, returned to their home in DeKalb. 111., yesterday, after a short visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Allen Russell, here They made the trip in their Ford sedan Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Childers and son I.eo and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sief. fert and son George went to I, a Salle last evening and attended the movie "Nice People" at the L:i Salle theater. Mrs. Win. Davison and daughter, Blllie, were shoppers in ha Salle yes terday. Radio Outfit Nearly Completed. The receiving wire of the radio out tit at J II Hannan's was Stretched across Mill street yesterday, a pole being placed on the top of Can's hall and another on the Hannan build ing. Miss Janet Neary with t'tiea friends of Peoria visited last evening. D. of I. Party Largely Attended The card party and dance given by the Daughters of Isabella last evening was very largely attended and a grand success. Euchre and bunco were played, followed by dancing Many from out of town attended. It Pays To RESIDENCE '60 Main Street Matem Visit Ottawa. repreaenuition of the Royal Arch I chapter of Masons of Marseilles, in chiding I'rank Simmons, William , Hetniel, Prank Kbrbjht, Howard Kobri i K Miller and ite Tladale, I attended a chapter meeting 111 Ottawa last evening. Indian Summer Casualty. old Tewi M has been very min Hi affected by the witchery of Indian summer weather and It has him so lethargic that he reclines against irw support thai is handy, but Sunday while in the Penny store be choae too frail a support, the Incline plane of one (l the glass front! of a candy shew, as,.. There was a crash of gla-v and Harold was awaken from his d..v dream id' the luring OOOfl fOgd and the gypsy tin it to the everyday can Hon of handJtof Btaaa with care. Mushro-Nah.is Nuptials. Miss Haci Muahro i' t; he married next Sunday evening to Joe NfthM at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr . William Nairn. Miss Kmallne Musli ro i h ire I attend the wedding and li to be a bridesmaid. Fifty Vears Wed. On Sunday, Oct IS, Mr. and Mrs. IM. Hattrem will celebrate the'Tftleth animersar.v or their woddina day, Thev will he happy to receive any I friend who may wish to call at. their I homo i:i the afternoon between the 'hour ei L' 30 and 5:80 o'clock. Operated On. The iittl, .. n i ( Porreei Smith is to bavi an op ration lor tl" remov 1 of his tonsils tawa today. at the noapitai in Ot- Money Sum. dc. don't aeon to km what raonej is Th just lei it lip by them like a bunch of, city commi -sioners and mayor. Money is noth ing when it is earned by hard working people and spent hy men who did) to gether In a decorated dining room But. then, who is to blame? These men work while you. Mr. Taxpayer, Sleep. Is it not time tlmt us taxpiv era were having a meeting to stop giving Sway our mortey. When I sa our money I m, -an my money, as 1 am a taxpayer. I knew very well that you. Mr. Taxpayer, don't know, what has been done of late in spending your money, and it is time somcoi was t"lling you. Ami you ought to make it a point to find out. We want to tell vou. also, to come to us when in need of good, honest tires and tubes and supplies. Wc are proud of the tires we have. They are just wonderful, good tires' and' 1 ought to hear our customers tell ua how good the tires are. Come hen, when you want tires. We wjll he pleased to show them to you. and out paces are the lowest, as we buy direct from factory, -which enables us to fsi'- ' you th" very highest grade tires at iowest prices. We- carry the large t complete stock of tiros, tubes and sup plies in the county, and if you cannot And what you want bare you cannot find it in Ottawa. EQDIWi HAYNK SI'PI'IA CO.. IN''. South of Ottawa Hank & Trust Co.. Cpstairs. EARLVILLE BANKER AND GIRL WED HERE A quite wedding occurred at 11 o'clock in the study of Rev. II. P. I.awler in the First Methodist church, when Miss Mildred Marjorie Cobs, of Paw Paw ami Harold Miller, a tell er of the First National Hank in Karl ville. Mr. were united m marriage, and Mrs Floyd Miller of Earl the former a brother of the ville groom, acted as attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left Ottawa scon after the nuptial for a short honeymoon, the destination of which thev are keeping from their friends. Cpon their return they will make their future home in F.:irlville. Have A Plan You make no mistake when oo follow a definite p!an of systematic regular saving. That is the surest way to reach the goal toward which you are striving- You also make 00 mistake to deposit with the Utica State Bank a Bank which offers unsurpassed security for your savings, a Bank that consid ers it a pleasure to assist you in every wy possible.