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i MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 192u, W 1 " Professions! Cards DR, LA. KELLY DENTIiST, THE DOINGS OF THE DUFFS. They Start Away in the Best of Spirits 1125 Columbus Hi., Ottawa, I1L All work guaranteed nrst cltss, Ollice hours 8 a. in. to 7:30 p. m. Sunday hours 0 to 12. m Phone 22..-Y. Theron L. Lsna M, WARRICK ft WARRICK, Chiropractors. .J Palmer KchAol Graduates. 1 Third floor Moloney Hulldlng. Ottawa, III. I'hoae 1008. Res. phone 897-T, Hours: 10-12. 3-5. 7-8. T. W. BURROWS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, ofllce, at resi DYALLMAN 1BWI1' 1 " - - ' I' 1 1 iw .)))) ' ' ..... -rmymn-k WHtm 1 ...... i. M.-..ue I Wllllli I ITaibumc. tmi mowiimo bo i II Hitano m I'm GOAWA uk. kz I VIIArXL rrSST.:. . r- r': wkthuiak awwt r- r WfsAu owe with! - 1J k Mil i3 i '-A ra VTT. M d 'U his pbii f ir --v iwi r lOQPecfDATOXl I III I'll I ' ; I 1 1 I l l I fiL J"t"" t . -J iu4rv a cooo ri w awmk i n iter jmnm h ui.. tncj' mr f j i m nil iiniiiiinii1! ...... i,,i, i i i s - va m it- ti. .11 1H m nHn mi ti. win boRi a ln.W in the MnviRs $ W S 4. I& l m ytiidf nr ropra r- ti i a j IIII1IIJI1L III IllllUilU 1 "s"l't. loiuinims. r . . fJV. I M MkJ lMJirM'M V MIT M M M W. SAYS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE CONCOCTED CURIOUS ASSORT MENT OF MISSTATEMENTS JN ATTACK UPON REPUBLICAN RECORp. Marlon, Ohio, Auk. 'J. Assailing UoUTtior I'ox's sii.'cct! of ;icc( iitanci' sis a "curious' mixture of error aiul liiissliitfiiicnts," St'iuitor 1 lurdini;'.! lH';i(liii;u''crs rrpliod at lonntli in :m olll.'iiil ifyiteiiicni lust. nitit to th.' K. vurnor's critl. ism of tho reconl of thn Uoimblican coiiRress on taxation, tinancos iind I lie IcaMili' of nations. Tin? Hi' piil.l ir:ui p;u'ty, tin' stat" tncnt saiil. is ready to join Uatlle on the ipieslion of w.hethcr "'the senate jitienipti ,1 to subvert and did subvert the wish and purpose of t!u American tuple in preventing ratification of the President':! league," ( liarReH tliat tho Republican senate ami house had made no effort (to re duce war-time tax burdens were de scribed as "far from recorded facts" find it was declared that by opposing Democratic nproprhri ion 'proposals the present corturess had effected i saiiiK of $-.11 l.ll-".,l H in government expenditures. The sU-Uonienl also asserted that by sugpntinti j'ijieal of consumyl ion taxes and enactment of a blanket 1 1 : I.er cent levy on the total business of tfolntf (onciriis (Jovcrnor Cox had shown "that he has no prouram what ever except to appeal for the .support of peoplo vln want somebody else 'o pay tho taxes.'- "A leadership which would distort these outstanding facts as (lovornor Cox has done," it continued, "will hardly command confidence ule-n the country turns its attention to th. problem of our fiscal future." Ifr'BarditiK tho league, the statement said: "In Ids discussion of intcrnation.il affairs (Jovcrnor Cox is particularly bft'er ngainst tle senate majority that insisted on Amtricanizin.n the Pesi dent's covetmnt for a league of na tions. "The governor drops in a word of apology to save the fcelincs of tho twenty-three Democratic senators who went on record in favor of the Lodge reservations. Hut he assumed nevertheless- that, the scna.te attempted to KUibvert, and did subvert, the wish and puriK.se .of the American people In prevent ing ratification of the Presi dent's league. "On that issue the Republican party is ready to join battle before the tuniv 'Iry. Rarely less than half the Demo cratic: senators, phis all the Repub lican senators, supported the Lodge reservations. Republicans and Demo crats stood tdiouldor to shoulder for the protection of American independ ence and interests:. The senate, in patriot ic. , and nonpartisan considera tion, did a great service to the nation and to the world. The Republican party id proud and confident as it goes bid'oro the country on that rec ord." Cox to Start Tour. Dayton, Ohio, Aug. !). Ten imme A &tOtc BATTERIES CLEVELAND CHEROLET BUICK FORD OAKLAND OLDSMOBILE OVERLAND CHALMERS CHANDLER HUDSON REO VELIE MAXWELL FOR EVERY CAR SERVICE diate Kpcul ing engagements for Gov ernor Cox were announced last nigh. The) governor will begin bis travel ing campaign next Thursday tit Camp Perry, Ohio. 0:her dates announced were: Aug. It at Wheeling, W, Va. I two ud ilressi'sl; Aug. 17. 'Columbus; Aug. 1.1, South liend, Ind.; Aug. Canton, Ohio; Aug. Kvansvillc, lad.; Aug. 27, Pillshurgh; Aug. Z, New Yont City, and Sept. 2, Columbus. The vigorous championing of thA eague of nations would continue prominent in the campaign was indi cated by the governor in a speech he made late yesterday for phonograph records. This emphasized the attael; made Saturday against Senator Hard ing, in which the governor said the Republican candidate laors "stay ing out. of tho Iciigue." "1 favor going in." the gove rnor r -it. rated in his phonograph speech. "This is the supreme test. Shall we act in concert, with the free nations of Die world in re ting up a tribunal which will avoids wars in the future.' This f'licstion must In. met and an swered houeslly and not by equivica tion." CAR SHORTAGE"DELAYS MORRIS ROAD PAVING Joliet, August '.--Inability or the railroads to furnish cars for the tran sportation of gravel and sand from Plainlield has caused a cessation of ct nstruetiem work on the Joliet-.Mor-ris highway, according to information given out today by the contractors, the Powers-Thompson Constructing Co. of Joliet. which lias the contract for building the connecting pavement link between the two cities. For three weeks the contractors have been ready to lay tile concreto but have been unable to secure the necessary material. Sand and gravel for concrete use is available from Plainfield but the Elgin, Joliet H Kastern railway Is unable to furnish cars to transport the material to Woods Siuir whure the uoncrel injj will l ogin, it is asserted. With the exception of a few men who are working on the construction of a bridge across Aux Bable creek all employes were laid off last Friday until transportation facilities are available. The camp at Woods Spur will be closed until the situation clears up. North, South, East and West. "I, educe. Alfa., Canada, Dec. 27. J ; 1 '. : Trainer's American Elixir of Litter Wine has helped many farmers in this neighborhood. .Mr. George Sle 1'im." "Oak Grove, La.. June 2!t, ll'2n: Triner's American Elixir of Hitter Wine is an excellent reined v, .Mr. Toniy l'i':.b" "Gowanda, X. Y., July 7.: The way your Litter Wine helped j my mother and me was great. .Mrs. Frances Hebe." "Redland.i. Calif.. July t It), 1!i2'i: Triner's Litter Wine is an i excellent thing, everybody should have have it at hand. F. 10. Hardicka." South, North, Last and West agree upon the peerlessness of Triner's American Elixir of Litter Wine, the best remedy for constipation, head aches and other stomach disorders. Your druggist or dealer in medicines has also other excellent, Triner's rem. edies in stock: Triner's Antiputrin is a highly ellicient gargle- for throat in flammation asiwell as a reliable mouth wash for sore gums; Tnner's Cough Sedative' gives quick redief in summer colds and coughs, etc. Joseph Inner Company, 1 33 15 -13 S". Ashland Ave., Chicago. 111. $41.55 $47.50 SATISFACTION $36.35 u r i MtKtmiKiMvtmisvirat l l ARTISTS SOON TO APPEAR 1. & I T T - A'JJCJ. Jf 9 I ..1 v nrnri a 5 III t . v.". ..: a'a.'v x ii iii iii iii v m a a bt bb aw aw m aw in in in I" i.1 .'i i . V ff ft R III III flShk' FOR SALE 11 r If 1 Ti'iVilteil rii V: $ i r&TV. &UXx!LllriL1 II . 'l 2 1 a rr. -- w l. .iv 11 a is ii f -1 -XI - Tl M K"v "B"?'n: If r . V ST"U J N AT:.CLAIR E Ina Claire, tiio beautiful stage star who is appearing before the camera at .Metro's Xew York studios in an elab orate i it turization of ' Polly With a Pa:-:" by day and before audiences at the Lyceum The-ater in David lie-la-co's production of "The Gold Dig gers" by night, is probably the busiest young woman in Xew York -if not, indeed, the world. For to .Miss Claire, working days in the studio and night.; in the theater, a minute's leisure is what a day's means to other individ uals, and an hour is positively nothin,: shore of a two weeks' vacation. How Miss Claiiv manages to do it is a mystery to all who have conic in contact with this dynamic young star who will shortly be seen on the screen in "Polly With a Past." by George .Middleton and Guy iiolton, the vehicle which elevated her to stardom on the stage. Her secro-, if she has one, is e-onlaitie'd in a careful observance of the simple faw-s of health and of the extraordinary tonic effect of her niglit in the theater utter the somewhat more day at the studios. Do Moving Pirtures Hurt Your Eyes? They shouldn't and they needn't We can equip you with a pair yl glass es especially intended to protect your eyes from bright lights of all kinds. These lenses are neit dark in color, indeed they cannot be told from the ordinary lenses by the average per son If you desire eye-comfort at tho movies, we are waiting to extend it to you. w . H. OPTOMETRIST 824 La Salle St. Ottawa, III. OPEN EVENINGS TOO At GODFREY'S CUT PRlCE GROCERY OLD WHEAT FLOUR. 4! lb. sacks Gold Medal Flour ?J.7!1 49 lb. sacks King Quality Flour ;!.! 24 lb. sacks King Flour l.ii'l Your money back quick If King Quality is rut the best Hour you ever used. FINE FOR THRESHING DINNER. Gallon or No. lit fins solid Peaches 1.1T Gallon or No. 10 tins Apricots 1.113 Gallon or No. in tins Pineapple 1.25 Gallon or No. 10 tins Apples 78 Cask large Sour Pickles, dozen 15 1000 cans Tomatoes, No. 2 tins 10 loot) cans No. 2 Armour's Saner Kraut 12',i 1 (mm) e'uns Fauev Mustard Sardines, 4 for 2!) f.iM) tins Smoked Salmon, per tin No. '-a !" 500 No 1 tins Pink Salmon, per tin 25 1000 lbs. good Rio Coffee, has a kick, per lb 25 Fresh Lima Leans, Tomatoes, S'ritig Leans, Celery, Squash licet., Carrots, Green Corn, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Loston Head Lettuce. Open a New charge account by calling No. 128. Exclusive selling agency for Chase & Sanborn's Host on Teas and CoffeeH. T. R. GODFREY1 FOR RENT Two flats on West Side; all modern. Phono 4"8-L. FOR RENT Clean, pleasant rooms by day or week. Gates Hotel, La Salle and Mill 'Sts. FOR KENT A good, well located bouse of seven rooms and bath. Artesian and city water and good cis tern and one o the best cellars in OUawa; plenty of grapes and other fruit and a good garden. This is an ideal home and has never been offer ed" for rent before. For further par ticulars call at my office. Win. Jamie son, Armory block, Ottawa, 111. V. S. I will not rent by telephone. WANTED WANTED To buy a small safe. In quire) at tbia office. WANTED Experienced blacksmith on vehicle or automobile work; stead v employment; open shop. W. S. FRAZ1ER &. CO., Aurora, 111. 'WANTED 'Carpenters and laborers". union scale paid. Apply at plant of Crescent Silica Co., West Ottawa. PETER VAN TRIGHT. WANTED Laborers ; uood wages. Apply l.'NITEl) STATES SILICA SAND CO. LAW FOR 3 ALE Farm a. WB bara some choice bargains In farm property ta this and other counties that will sut prlse you. Our many years' expe rience In this line gives ns opportun ities tor listing good farms at bargain rates. Better look Into this at onee. 3. O. HARRIS ft SON, Tel. C7-W. 12 W. Malm St FOR SALE Farms, 106, 115, ICO and 300 acres; easy distance from Ot tawa. Will take prospective buyers out In auto on short notice. w. n. PUSEY, Central Life 131dg., Ottawa. FOR SALE A good farm, 240 acres, all tillable and showing rich crops right now. This farm Is well improv ed and worth $375 per aero but I can sell it at 340 per acre if taken with in next, few weeks. Easy distance from Ottawa, near good grain market. W. 11. Pusey, Central Life lildg., Ot tawa, 111. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE We a camber ot small tracts of land adjoining this city and within easy distance that can be had very reasonable. A num ber of those are on easy payments, with small amount ot cash, It will pay to investigate. J. O. HARRIS ft SON, Tel. H7-W. 129 W. Main St FOR SALE Fixtures sultablo for soft drink parlor and lunch room, square piano, cash register, electric sign, pump and fixture's, also tables and chairs. Turn Hall. WM. GAGKL. FOR SALE Oak roil top desk, 4'i feed; also oak desk chair. Call 2i or may be seen between 2 and 1 p. in. Room ".ill Armory illoi'k. FOR SALE Gladiolas. Henry Host man. Phone :!0()-X. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Ford touring car; new top; all new tires; in good mechan ical condition. Inquire at this ollice. NOTICE. S. P. Hall, Attorney. Estate of James McQuade, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that, the un dersigned, Executrix of the last Will and Testament of James McQuade, late of the County of La Salle and State of Illinois, deceased, will appear before the Probate Court of sail 'County on the first Monday (being the .fourth day) of October, 1020, at the Probate Court. Room, in Ottawa, In said County, when and where all per sons having edaiins or demands against, said estate are notified to al len.l and present to same In writiing lor adjustment. Dated this 2 l.th dav of Julv, A. D. 1020. DORA McQFADE, Executrix. The Grand Cab Line TAXI Station located at Brown's Cafe Phone 5 1 8-W. G. F. FAILING, H. F. FUNK, Props. Honesty. Honesty Is not tho bent policy. It Isn't nny kind of policy. It's n virtue practiced for Its own salto without re. ftnrd for profits. Thoso who refrain from stealing bemuse? thieves Ptul In Jail nrn not honest. They are merely discreet, Itobert Qulllcn In Saturday livening Post. HOUSES. FOR SALE Very neat 6-room cot tage, modern, on Illinois Ave., at $4,500. W. II. PUSEY, Cent. Life Bldg., Kooin 604. Ted. 1042-It. FOR SALE Seven room house with hot water heat, bath room, laundry in good condition. Three large lots, quantity of fruit, Center Ottawa, 3, 600.00. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE Three modern houses In East Ottawa, west of Orleans street for one-half value. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE Five houses east of Or leans street, all of which will be sold for much less than tho actuall value. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE Five room cottage, hard wood floors, furnace, gas, electric lights. S4.0U0: also G-room cottage. city water, two large lots. $1,100, both in west Ottawa. Aiiss Gertrude mr ris. FOR SALE 6-room cottage No. 904 Illinois Ave. a bargain at $3,000. Apply to Win. Colwoll, Colwell Blk. FOR SALE Neat little cot I ago ut 1012 Chestnut street. $2,000. W. n. Pusey, Central Life Bldg., Ottawa, 111. FOR SALE Fp to date bungalow on West Side; $11,000, Also 6-room bungalow with garage; $6,000. W. P.. PFSEY, Central Life Bldg. FOR SALIC Six room, new, modern house; In good location; heating and plumbing worth from $2,500 to $3,000; hardwood floors, eolonade.-s, etc.; for quick sale from $5,0oo to $6,000 less lhan bouse could be iTected. MISS GERTRI'DE HARRIS. FOR SAI E-Seven room house, on South Side; a bargain. OWEN AN DERSON, Ottawa, 111. MISCELLANEOUS H. ft H. ELECTRIC BHOP J. L. Malerhofer, prop. Electrical con tractors. House wiring and repair work specialties. Agenta for the best farm lighting system tor quality and price. Out of town work a specialty. Guaranteed work Reasonable prices. Cor. Jefferson and Sycamore Sti. Phone 858-K. OILDAO and Drcdag pure graphite orts, for auto and tractor cylinders, used by Ralph Do Pulma, Hudson Motor Car Co., as well as Ottawa auto owners. For prices, J. S. BAKER, Phono 174-X. $2,0 WEEKLY CP-Homo work; e---periencn unnecessary; everything furnished; send self-addressed, .stamp ed envelope tor free, particulars. Kl'RN CANIYMAKEkS CO., Philadelphia. Pa. Notice! All persons having claims against the Ottawa Turn 'i rein are requested to present same within ten days to O. J. Cliristiuann, Secretary. UPHOLSTERING. Bfl ALWAYS RIGHT Spring over hauling of furniture done right y Geo. Bauchle. Tedephona 837X. 1619 Wes Main street LOST LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN Black and white beagle hound puppy, with brown spot on head; 5 months old. Finder please return to 1126 Do Kalb St. Reward. LOST--Between Terra Cot t a road and town a pair of gold rimed glasses In black case. Belong to small child. Finder pleas.,- return to this oUiee, dence, S10 Columbus street. Offlc hours. 1 to 3 p. in. DR. C. A. BLEAN, CHIROPRACTOR. Licensed by Illinois State- Board ot Health. 211-212 Moloney Hldg. Phone 620-R, Uours: 9-12 a. m.. 1-4 p. m. OR. GREEN DENTIST 604 Central Life IUdg. The latest nitrous oxiele oxygen equipment for painless dentistry. Always safe and reliable. Phones 1042-IL &4D-L. ED HOXSEY, Auctioneer. Ten years' experience. I am now booking sales for the com ing year. Ottawa, III., It. F. D. 5. Telephone 901 DR. C. F. VAN ATTA, Successor to Dr. Her.og. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Office 404 Central Life. Phono 1015-W. JOSEPH A. REARDON Concert Pianist and Teacher Downtown studio after September 1. Call at 1224 Ottawa avenue or phono 451-Y for terms and dates. THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALER. 12S Wast Main Strut FREE TRADER-JOURNAL PIG. CO. Punllshsra NBW YORK REPRESENT AT rVWS S. C. Took Company, 366 Fifth At CHICAGO REPRBSBNTATIVB8 B. C. Thela Company, MonaUof, Block MINNEAPOLIS KEPRE8KNTATT S. O. Thela Company, 706 Lincoln B14, The Fr Trader-mnnwl may H found at the news depots of Wheelef ft Malo, Kneussl Bros, and FjWt Cigar Btor. CHICAGO, OTTAWA & PEORU RAILWAY Effective May 23, 192. EASTBOUND. Eastbound cars leave Ottawa it tlon for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris, Mlnnoka. Rockdale and Joliet. 111., in a. m. 5:4-5, 6.25, 7:55, b9:B5, 11:60. In p. m. bl:20, 2:55, 3:65, c:&6, 5:55, 8:05, 11:05. WESTBOUND. Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta tlon for Utlca. La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bureau, Prince ton In a. m. n5:20, f5:55, d6:50, f8:25 g9:55, dl0:55, fll:55. In p. m. gl:6ii d2:55, f3:55, d4:55, go: 65. d6:56, V.iS, k9:B5, mll:35. . . ( SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leave Ottawa lt tlou for Grand Ridge, McKlnley Pari and Streator in a. in., 5:55, 7:56 8:65, 11:55. In p. in.. 1:55, 3:55, 6:56, 8:00, 11:00. b Joliet limited. c Morris daily; Joliet Buadayl and holidays, d Ladd local. ...... f Frinceton local. . 1 , J g Princeton limited, f .. (J k Local to all statloni. I m La Salle local, n Ladd local, dally except Sunday! EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CAR AT LOW RATE 8, ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND BAV1 MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FROM 1:41 A. M. to 11:35 P. II. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO T Effectivo May 1st, 1D20. Via Joliet, III. and Chicago ft Jolla( Electric Railway: $3.00 sr :$i.85 (Return trip limited to ten days).' FAST FREIGHT SERVICE. Phone Agents for Full Information M!LTANTMARY X l-don't core imycb-"foremen, aut-I-confeavl ofteoTRT ToqeMhat rare "Com v hither" looHTO SPARKLE' IN MY-EYE ! OTTAWA, ILL, 03 ' I i F rum UrUl n r m II I IX 1 V