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FAGt TWO 1 Hi; M TAW I U .!. LUADHH - ,l(Mit. AL. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. TO SPEND LARGE SUM on improvements; VOICE OF THE PEOPLE proved tunnel) tu .. n Rrelwi' tmltor to thorn1 proilurers hi tiii staff of If i'f tii.ui Benedict Arnoi'i was to the early A HM'l'i i';t us. Yours duly. CONCERN OWNING PROPERTIES IN OTTAWA AND OTHER LA SALLE COUNTY CITIES PLANS BUILDINC PROGRAM FOR 1923. Chicago, Dec. 29. (Special. At the annual meeting of tin- company" employe held at the Hamilton Chtoaio, President tli.it Hi" Publjc plttb, insull announci'l Service company, in The "Vole of tha People" column hcloties to yon. It is especially re- A deliKhtful lira spent by theleerved tor your view on any torlv' ehlldren oi the Bpiaeopal church at 'of Inn re;-t to tho people of the city thuir annual party In hi las) evening or 'untv without regard to any e;h in tiio oharcb. About fty fteeta tortal policy of tha paper; The Pw were in attendance and span! a ven Trad) sJearnel welcomes your Ideas delightful tlma. Tha evening being Ion the timely issues of the day, and spent at siirniifg ChrVitraas carol m win print your contributions to tha and playing nanus, after Vhich re- "Voice of tha Paopla io long as thoy freahments were served by the Voting are properly signed with names and Ladies' j-uild. 'addressee. Names, if desired, will le IP withheld from the column. I'so the A curd and busco party will be "Voice ol the People" to tell tn inc. Jan. l, 1911, tor the benefit of! home folks about anything you thtnk hi id at Bchaefer's ball Monday en Modi telling. St. Kraiuls' church. i'ard and luin oo will be played from 8 to :. after S. M. PALMER tlburfNews which rislieil 'one Is order to take care of Murines offer-1 -ph ,.i mmU Itiatall .",5.1100 klloWatta olUil'i new generating apparatus, in IM3, of which 16,060 kilowatts would be la i.o Munnanv'a new station tit Wau- kegan and 30.00 1 al the plant at lint The exixmditures lor this chinery will amount to about $ find. The new transmission Jo- ; tun-i.UOO,-llnes. service connections ana tne wow sand and one improvement.: neces sary to tUatrihnta this additional en ergy wil lcost upwards of M.000, So the new investments In property which will ik awthorlaed will agfrogate $ii.ioo.'H)o. Deducting tho cost of work that will he uiiiinlsh ed at the end of the year, at least $8,000,000 will h(. expended by th. company for these purposes in IM3 The beginning of the Public Serv lee company was nil electric plant al Highland Park. 111., purchased In mnn. Its cross income was about $T0,000. It represented an invest ment of hardly $200,000. That email beginning has grown into a business of $14,0"0, 0"0 annually. The Public Service company's as sets have risej: to $7:1,1100.000. having advanced to that ligure from $49,000, mK since 1914. In i 'll to produce electrical ener gy tatgulred 3.8 pounds of coal per kilowatt hour. In 1912 the quantity was 6 pounds. In 1922 the same re sult was achieved with 2.118 pounds. Tbe saving m;.de in coal between the yoars 1912 and into 1922 amounts to 6,000.000 tons. The uagBbec of the company's em-niove-. lias rr latly multiplied. In 19144 the number of its stock holders was Nov. 1, 1922, there were i:..242. A large proportion of these are resld -nts oi . . m munities located in Northern Illinois, served by the Com paq Hr. Iiisui! in his address re ferred at some length to the pros-nerit.- of the Illinois counties In the area mentioned. Cook county, the home county ol tbe company, he stat ed, i ontained inside its limits S.iloiJ farm', occupying about 400.000 acres. Ho predicted thai as industrial plants around Chicago continue, to increase in slie aud nam!) y these Cook coun til fi-rms will li. come the sites of such establishments and the growing requi.'vmenis of industry and manu facture: will force 'thefr extension into adjacent counties. Tho return of prosperity as fndli at ed in the Increased activity of manu facturing plants, is strongly evldenc- orchestra miisie will be fur for dancing until 12. Kvcry cordially Invited to attend. Tuesday Study Circle will meet Miaa Louise drove, at "27 K. lA'ashington street on Tuesday, Jann-j ary 2, ut 8:30 o'clock. The topic at the alteraoon la 'The Period ol Na-i tionat Qrowth." Mrs Henry wolalegal will bare the paper on "The Itala Toe.;, a, Illinois. December , W3. Vr e Trader. your Issue of the 21st Wallace says of the produce, god prices Kditor Ottawi Deer Sir: In note whai S. trend of farm That talk, is to l large extent prat i tie. Th" depression he speaks of wus noi caused b over production, hut hv the curtailment ol funds, to produei r tin of the farm to enable him oi tne r wierniwi rany, nom i tss io i in iioni ins gram crop hukw oh h ISOu." M:-:s llorve will speak on : farm or in storage till such time as "The Rule of the R publlcSO i'arty. h so-called overupply would he from 1S01 to 1S24.'' All mem ben are taken up. In f.ut there was no over nrged to attend. production. In the years of 191:5 and ......'. 1914 the world's supply ot wlie;it iui The regtttet meeting ot the War Mothers will be held Tuesday after noon at - odocii in the Lagtoa Han. installation of cHieri will take place and the u.-w War Mother Mrs. Wal ter Carpenter will choose her oficeTS for the coming year A large attend ance is desired. A very deligotful tune was spent by the christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian Charon at their an nual Christmas party held last "veil ing at the chsroh. Thirty-two gw 4s wero in attendance, and the occasion pmved very entertaining. (James were played ami Christmas carols mere sung, after which delicious refresh ments were served. Th. team f Business Men's Gospel BCPnd meeting at the , Inns was full to oversowing. In .tui, r.'H, wheat sold in the Chicago 'market well up to $l.ie) per bushel and the wheat supply at that time eras sevanl hundred million bushels, in fact billions, whereas in 1920 and 1921 the world's supply was reduced , from forty to fifty per cent of the 1M4 supply, beside the world's wheal and Hour bins were empty through th.' drain of the European war. About , that time J. P. Morgan & Co. formed a lloo.ow.ooo corporation to furnish Hurope. His allies saw an opportune ty in clean th,- American fanner by deflating the price as well as the Bttropean consumer by inflating his Besides, the basbel ol wheat in 1914 would buy more of the commodities of the farmers' requirements by M ; to 50 per cent than the bushel of i 1920 to 1922 wheat -would buv. Had Woodrow Wilson and his sue j cesser caused J. P. Morgan and his nnanciai allies to uenate their mter- Ottawa held its Hanking and Trust Company s build-; ing yesterday, in a formal session, fomorrov afternoon at 'S o'clock r-, ligion sessions will he held at the i est and discount rates as they caused ijjptist church for men only. j the deflation of the wheat and other I farm products and inflated the usa- The dance given last evening at ,ie credits to the same extent that at Armory 0 by students of the Cci- Am ..,,,r(..mtii ...ori,i w., allnv&d ,hp verslty of Wisconsin proved one of . the gayest affairs held during the ri Idrm,'r have tared past week in this icty. About two pretty well, hut big business, such hundred and seventy-five couple were as Wall St. grafters, said, "to hell present aud all spent a very delight- with the American farmer; we can ful time. The best of music was fur- send our money abroad and buv Ar- Probate Court. C.dnshp KM Kugene Osmau ot al to Ira a ii Qgman bond $soo. cons Ksr Ihraacls P foster to Jos Henner $2200. Petti I'rob of Will- Est oJhn C Wlllshav hrg evidence of ono wit r.esi hrd order deJir.ius to issue Ac Proof of Heirship Est John C Willshny. App mil app -Set rriipiia Osman, run to SUd Ucal Bat to Pay BOIl Eat Margaret A 3 Murray- decree for sale Est Margaret A i Murray decree fur sale. lure Est Anna RelscTlam to re turn Inv & appraisement extended to Jan IS. Administration Est Martha J Tlig ford to Myrtlo Hapemnn. Bond nppvd. Adt Itch term. Proof of Heirship Est Martha J Higford. ACCt & Beport Est Frank R Yonngmaa Time to SCCt extended to Feb trem 1923. Acct and Eeport Appvd Est Mnry Dernlnger Est settled. Est Mary J Norton ord to surcharge himself with 2a.Nj credit tnken. Est Arthnr Auler st nl minors, est settled as to Arthur. Admrstn Hat George P Blow to 1el M Blow bond li.SOO.OO'1 adj Mch tcm. Vpp Bill Ir.v H arid Swt App Kit ohn H' F'eivl:.-a!lev.'ance in favor of "ilnor children t be pn'.."! to their ler 1 ' gdn. datffl A'.lwd Est Ma do Henaler l.'ei i; titn! r il.'A'. 'idn Bot.d Ar? -list J;br. P Kov e t at min-s. P-tn for Mi!h to UOTTOW Monvr- Nt Aim tr tpree I in ed ice i ness er r mad company tracts mi in 11 wid niani. tions repr. loads in note wort crease i the figures of the Public Serv mpstty'a electric power busi The total energy In horse pow- nished by an orchestra from the LT. I of Wisconsin and at each dance tho noor was niieo to capacity. Kesiaes the large number of Ottawans who attended, there were scores of young people from La Salle, Peru, Streator. Seneca and Marseilles, and all spent an evening of much merriment. e e Miss Katherine Kelly entertained this afternoon at her home in East wood, at a very delightful bridge part... Four tables were filled with players and all spent a very delight ful time. At the close of the after noon delicious refreshments were served. The out-of-town kuests were Misses Catherine Walsh and Stella Noonan of La Salle, Loretta Vattghey nut only In of .Marseilles and Helen D'Arey ot ment bonds nt. 192 : of plants 0! the CO Anted in th cerns a user More than houses were In '1922 as Wi The score of over l.tion year. An n business was tion of prop not to avail terms of pay tied the cost cash. d in the new- contracts 2 is the largest in the Istory. The new con are for electrical power irlety of uses. The de- the Industrial sev- impany'a territory are individual connected re in size. But a iture is the large in nusfber of small Con or motor drive, our times as many vired by the company e so equipped in 1921. 1980 was exceeded bv and 1920 was a livel lol feature of thi the increasing propo' rly owners who electe' themselves of the eas ment possible, but set of the improvement ir Joliet- ... . S,t The Kiks club will hold their annual New Year's dancing party on January. 1, 1923 to which all members and their are invited. Plus annual affair ays one of the biggest dances New Yeer and present' Indies- are that, this year's att'air will of much enjoyment. A good tra will fumiSh music for (lane-1 gentine and India wheat.'' And here is another cause for the straits tho farmer has been put through as well as the other so called common pdo ple. Wilson went to Wall St. with a government bond proposition. They, told Woody to go home and isue a' rail for the American people to show j their patriotism by buying govern ment bonds. They may not have told him that they. Wall St.. would have those bonds within five years at a discount of 10 to 23 pr cent Ha:! Woodrbw Wilson bad Ithe brains that are given geese ne would have seen the gam". He. as 1 see him, was, an ally Of the big business grafter,! tn- tale of Uie govern but he said. "Bi- busi ness must have a prof, large enough to be an incentive to '1 business, etc., " ereby sanctioning not only govern- latues is a I v of thi lions he or crone ing. meat contract graft, but. the system, down the full line mevee, till he reached the He must not get more than cost of the most expansive grew, therefore Woodrov profiteer Petition for probate of will Est Heinrich Kohl. Hrg Jan 25 at lo A M. Administration Est Lillie Ruddv to Martin Christorson on tiling $3liii bond. Appraisers npptd. Adj Met term Est Hugh McElroy to Stae;a md Bonnett McElroy on filing $900'j bond. Apprsrs apptd. Adj Mch term Proof of Heirship Est. Lillie Rud ly. Inventory Appvd i'st Hugh Mc . Elroy. Final Set Est Sarah S Conard Cont to Jan term. Claim Elizabeth Winterling Wi Pauline Winterling. Set for hearing lac 29 at 10 A M. Acct & Kept Appvd Est Frank Renaeler Est set. Couservatrsbip Est Maria Hen seler set for hrg Jan 4 at 9 Est Vm P Bekermeier. Letters to issue on. filing bond MOOO. Bond appvd. Circuit Court. 26011 - Hughes vs Moore. Defendant .ailed and defaulted for want of plea. Judgement for plaintiff forj $1231.20 and costs. 26389 Wftlls vs Rosenke. Motion by plaintiff for leave to withdraw original note and filed time copy thereof allowed. 26423 Elliott Hayden & Co vs John L Jagelski, judgment by confession for $342.57 and costs. Hoberg & j Mnber? attorneys. 2B122 William II Keliey vs James E Ryan et al Bill for accounting--, Oleim & Colwell, attorneys. 20424 -Otto H Koetz vs Jerry Wakey, guardian et at Bill for partition. 1' Hills, ittoruu) 204t6-fMlchHel S. Meagher vr Win R Neu4her el ill HIM for partition. R Al Green. ttorney Cfi487-Peop!e i e ex rel Edward J Hrundag. I'tem-y general vs Tho Jaeebs rJnglnei ring Co. Bill to dis solve corporation. C S Cnllen att. 2tl42gi Bertha Schlradelly vs John Schiru.lel!'. Bill for divorce. Elm?r Itoierts aitorney, '-''U29- Richard A Schmidt vs Bllaa Saidvlg el III. Hill 10 foreclose mortgage. Woodward, Htbhi & Pool, attorneys. Chancer! Orders. 19239 - si a iiber vs stauber. Demurrer to further assignment ot breeches of the covenants and ootid, of bond overruled. 26 1 25 St . wart vs Stewart. Hrg and decree for complainant, 25963 -Fit -1 National Hank of I.omnr. Colo., vs Dsnlel H. Bayne, Mo. bv defendant for leave to fllle ideas instant.:'. Mo, allowed. 2C357 Hartshorn vs Dlorbnru. Mo by dfts to quash writ and dismiss petition s. e motion.) 26347 Hughi ; va Cruise. Mo by dft lo Vacate and set aside judgment and for leave to plead. 20430 Anne 0'flien vs Jennie Vlcich et al, Bill to foreclose trust deed. DancSU J O'Connor, atty. 20431 Jgleve Gutvas vs Thatcher Manufai tuiing Co. Praecipe tiled under WorknMA'a Compensation Ai t. R E Lavkil atty. 2643 2 Eddie Koach vs Frank Kagar- ty et nl. Praecipe and declaration. Debt $61 1. E L Lyon atty. 9641 First Stale Hank Wenonn vs Wm B :it'ey -.ludg hv confn for 334.vl .v ca:t: ex Issued, D II Cirege any. .'tic- Olyrnpts jivnds vs tohfl Hvndi appeal. 2t!441 Qrad vs Brady mo by deft to modify I ii j order. $603! ; vp Maw '. t w p 0o .in-t irmatrong vkthdraws 'ion for daft h P Browasj antera app for ,',-r lSfe Ke'iv vs K.'llv--1ecree 2t;i"2 Pierski vs Hes order of ref er'nee. 1a239 BtatlbeT vs Sfa her-sulll o-r1 redoCksied lrinc pro unr h f del Va 9th hrg on lerouvrvr Id r .' ther irgUUtsnt Ac tal?r. miter I ex issued. S P Hall. afv. 2.1H6 w s Evanj vs w J Pairka f"de by conah for 9313.46 peats M419 Joe Ernst VS C.eorge Holle. judgement by confession for $275 and costs, Li Q Browne, attorney. 2S421 I.iiura M niekinson vs Time thy J tAsnton ot al bill or specific performanie. t 1 Hanna solr 26490 Albert H Bane at al. vs Daniel H Pane. Affadavit for nftarhment Writ Issued ilenaW, Essir.gton Helflin. attorneys. 221C2 Cattaneo .vs Born:cnyser. Mo tion by defendants to amend for roer verdict (so written motion.. Mo. allowed. Motion by defendants to amend Issue of facts sp. writ ten r.K!!oii Mo. allwd. Motion by rsmssdantanta in arrest ot ludgnwnt. Motion overruled. Decree fill1 de .i nUaniii Com plain a nt doinuly "d severally pray and appeal to the supremo court. Appeal allow ed noon filing appeal bond in the pen.1l sum of $500 with sureties within thirty days and aaTtlaYntC of evtdnftCC to be tendered within 120 days. News of the Churches St. Frauds Catholic church. Rev, Caslinir Miller, pnator, Ma aci ut t and lo a, in. Swedish MethOdUt Episcopal church, Prairie street, North Ottawa. Sunday school ut u. m. st. Patrick's Catholic church. Rtv, Father Hiu kett. pastor. Low muss ut 1 a. m. and high mass at 9:30 a. m. st Cohimbu nhuroh. Dean Thomas E. Madden, rector, Sunday services at 7 a. m. a a. m. (ciilldren':: inaaa), 9 a. m. and high mass at 10 a. m. Trinity Lutheran ehurcn. Rev. O. A. Mortvedt, D. D. pastor. Sunday icbooj at 9:48. English service ut 10:45 a. in. zion Evangelical Lutheran ahurcb ti22 est Jefferson Btreet. Rov. H. 11. Hartman, fiastor. Engl! h serv ices ;'t 11 a. ni. Oennui. services at 10 a, in. Sunday school ut 9:15 a. ni. Rev. l. K. Campbell former Otta wa pastor will preach morning and evening .service. h.pworl!i Method'st Episcopal chnruh Rev Hirum t Lawiar, pa tor Sunday school at 9'M a m.; L Biand. superintendent speeds services at 3 p m The Salv:aiou Arm Baa day school at 2 p m.; Y P. L. meeting ut 6:16: .. -..t Ijalvatton meeting ut 7:3 . Monday, Wednesda) anc. rhuradn) alghta at r t." All wsj come; good music and singing. Madison street Evangelical church RoWtrd A Kramer, pastor, U49 Illinois avenue. 9:30, Sunday school; v..,ust Ledrich, superintendent; 0 preaching service, ii:45 vouuk people's meeting, 7.3o, evening aer in ii thv morning -ervlce will !) I, riiiai' on the second and fourtl Sundays of each month Bvarybod) v etcome. First Church of Christ. Scientist 116 West tmfayatte street Sunday school kit 9:80 a. m. Morning sorvi it 1Q:4j. Topic, "Chrtatlan Science" Te tunonlal meeting Wednesdayday evening at 8 o'clock. The public la c rdially invited to attend thee1 meetings. The reading room is open every afternoon except Sunday from 2 until f. Illinois Aver.ue Evangelical church corner Illinois avenue and Leland itreet Sunday school ; t 9:30 6'cloca First Methodist Bplacopa church Hiram F. Lawlor, paster. Sundiv chocl :.t 9:45-a. ni. Warren (Bad- fclter, superintendent. Make the last Sunday of 1!C2 one of the best. 10:46 Morning worship. Sermon. Th- Inventory of My Faith." Re ception of members. 8:00 Special Watch Night service Commi acing with a great ,-ong ser vice. New Year mescagi ''Doing the Impoeslblc.' You are invited to share in the pro- . of varied activities leading up to the midnight consecration service First t ongrag&nonal etuuen, cop ner of Columbus and JacLou streets; vTUllam s. Whttattt minister, 90S Paui street. John G. Sehumaeher. super intendent cnurcb BChpob ii.is Elsie Hodgson superintendent Junior Chris tian Btodsavott Mrs. Arnold it. Wil son, organist. Mrs. Qeorge P. Fisher, soloist. Church school at 9:15 a, m, I BID clan I teachers, graded lessons, i In..:. . -, for all. Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock Subject, "The Portal of u New P rlod." junior DbAiHtlun En deavor, 3:(Hi, Leader Miss Elsie llodsnoil. Special soio at the inornlng i nrvlce bv Ali-is I. idle Mercer. j Proabytoilan Ohurch, Sunday school al 0:43 I, lU. Morning worship at in o'clock, Young people's meeting 1 nt Itil p. in. Fir. t Baptist Cbureb, jrVrKon m, 1 Columbus . treet ,. s)rm& C. Fetter, , ml lU'er. t liuvc.h I cncnl n. 9 15 a. in. Alfred Rabonatoln, suuwrintahdeni k" '" Ing worship at n o'clock, gub- I Jeet, "The Test of A Revival.'' The 'ordinance of baptism will be udiuiie leterCU, ioiing People's Society at 8:80 7:80 Evening Worship The pastor will speak on "The Day of Im portunity," a New Year's message, Duet by Eyele, n and Den tha Ann- strong, Chorus Choir under tha leader ship ol Mr. J. Hon. Chnst Episcopal Church. Sunday uchooi ut 9:48 a. m. Morning prnvCr n.i sermon at io:45 o'clock, Rev. Hugh MucWlurter will hue charge, of tho service), Bi ucatlan'a fl-si Aim. The entire object Of true education it tu make peopltj not merely ilu the : glit thing but enjoy the right thing. Buskin. I DR. J. N. SHALLENBERGER The Regular and Reliable Chicago Specialist I Who has Visited Ottawa nvrrv 28 days for 27 years will be at the HOTEL OTTAWA OTTAWA TUES.. JAN. 2. 1923. One Day on'y and Return Every 28 Days Ofl Hours: 8:00 a m. to 3:30 p. rs I W the chronic oi lo ig stand ing who have not received benefit j from previous treat- ! fn-nt. If I do not ! :n-e5tiy believe t ; cm treat your case irrf'.fnllv aj i I I ! end v o u homs ; without taking any ironey. This is why 1 I have continued my visits all these years. My Best Recommendations the Timv p'eised patients in this county, due to my great experience. APPtNOKITIS. CONSTIPATION, STOMACH AND LIVER Diseases successfully treated by the hundreds DR. J. N. SHALLENBERGER Treats Headache, Goitre, CATARRH D'seases of Nose, Throat, Bladder, Heart, Blocd, Kidneys, Qnl! Stones, remale Organs. PtlfS Eve,y ca8e 1 reat is success- r C ful, without use of knife. PRIVATE DISEASES A SPECIALTY NERVOUS DEBILITY 4re you nervouc despondrnt, weaV, tired mornings, no ambition, memory poor, easily fatigued, excitable and irritable, lack of confidence? Consultation Free and Confidential DR. J. N. SHALLENBERGER 769 East 29th St. CHICAGO, II L -.:- A ii I l! 1 ';.II!l!l:llMIII!!llll'il!:''ll'llliillll!i:illl! 'Ulililliilillii.li ,i ai I : 1 1 llllli 1:1 it i ; 1' , i Now you can get PurcDelicicus, ApFetizing REFUSES TO TALK ABOUT MURDER OF HUSBAND Iowa City, la., Dee. 30. The arrival cf two state agents to aid in the In Veetlgation Of the mysterious death n Hoy C. 'ertz lias not yet served to unlock the lips of Mrs: Mamie Wert the dead man's wife who returned from a visit in South Dakota only n few hours before Wertz was found dying yesterday from two bullet wounds in his head. No word of ex planation as to what happened before officers went to the Wcrtz home found him lying on the floor and Mrs. Wertz violently hysterical, has been made. A number of dancing parties have been planned by out local clubs, to take place on Monday, January 1st. Among them is the annual New Year Matinee party to be Riven by 'the Ot tawa Iloat Club, and which Is always deiighttui affair. The party begin itt. S;0 o'clock and all is are cordially invited to at- i ver l to memb end. The Masons will also give a danc ing party at the Masonic temple New! Year's night, to which all Masons, their ladies and families are invited. HOLD POSTAL CLERK FOR i KILLING LITTLE GIRL New York. Dee. Sft, -While funera, srvtces were held today Tor Theresa let srthy, in years ohl who was found ead with a hull at wound In her heart at hCr home in Brooklyn, Tuesday I'.enjamin PvendSCVllle. a ncotal clerk j md boarder in the McCarthy home 'as formally Charged with her raur I der. Ho previously had been held n.i i t homicide charge. v STH S PILLS ft. iinrdii -uri 1 Die:. .11.. i -t . ,1. ul., t. , ' ii CwWTERIk I fi; fffet. Aiwgyi Kldf . !fl'f:ff?TSnflrWWFB ; Hall's Catarrh Medicine Those who arc in a "run down'' lrmt i tion will notice that Catarrh botlieis them much more than when tney .ire in good health. This fact proves lhat while Catarrh is a local disease, ,t !s greatly i influenced by consi.ltutional con lltlono. UAUS CATARRH MKDICINK oo.i- uists of an Ointment which Quickly i RelloveC by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which .... ts I in improving the General Hcalih. I Sola Ly druggists for over 4e Years, i W J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. h!,lf ,h" 2012:, Marie M Stewart va Jacob 11 M Wilson Stewart. Bill for divorce. George 9 Electric Light and Fewer FOR THE HOME AND FACTORY CLEAN SAFE CONVENIENT SANITARY Northern Illinois Light and Traction Company KnwaBSMaMJflrasaw'WiaiasiiiMB A REL1A OLE COAL For Furnace or Stove at ST O Per Ton Delivered M. E. NATTINGER Phone 58 Don't Let Your Car Freeze-- Drive to Rear of Duncans and have your car filled with Alcohol. WM. D. DUNCAN DRUGS CSS u o - Hi u GENUINE CARBONATED FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWIN G CREAMELLO DEALERS OTTAWA Weiss Druo Shop Corbus Drug Sto'e Abe Cray South Ottawa Drug Store John CorriQan Hess Bakery Frank Brown, Allen Park Verona & 3on& Geo. Pagakis MARSEILLES E. G. Gardner Frank Mushro SENECA M. J. McGettrick Louis Scarinl WEIiUON F. VV. Lansing . SERENA d. Mclnturf UJ U U3 CJ -s O j s X CJ u QQ 0 c- Tell your dealer to please reserve for you Creamello Special Brick this Saturday and Sunday For this week we offer BANANA SPECIAL "The very best by palate test" qt. mm CJ w flu CO Pure ingretlients, carefully compounded, in the most sanitary and modern Ice cream factory in this part of the country make- ("RKAMELLO the ice cream favorite of discriminating peopl Insist on the genuine. CREAMELLO MADE ONLY BY Ottawa Products Company - Ottawa, 111. Kole: Dealers should write or telephone their requirementa .1! 1 IIS ' mm wsiii- i at i i i iiiiiiir ,