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WT . FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS tffo nfliAY, TOM. YOU KMOW THAT GOOD TB f LIT THEM CAME. . HER PAASOlTT g T;( LOOKING GlfU THAT'S VISITING ACOSSl WA I V V . I 7j ON THE ToP OF MY ft j Tl V, THE STREET FROM 05? WELU C ' I . 1 r- 7 L HEAD f J&Jl 1 m' j M AMD TM r 5 " Arms Full The children f Zai k Wheat. tlon to ,TulK I.andls, the "big boas" National UeajffUS pennant raising at J&i y BUejbAjgaGk, Jr. two anna jj IFyOY GROVE. On Mist ruesday, June 21, at the Meih- songa Id Mi ndota occurred the nairrlaMtjot John W. Peck and Miss eloreiia4L Dnrnyin. Ji,. 11. ck officiated. ;w. r Th Home Hiiieau will meet with Home Bureau "ill meet om Mm pin jr on Friday Mrs. Rom Murphj Jr on Friday, Jul 8. oms Monroe will talk on fruit. The 0i in in i i tilt will have a loclal on tl lawrrVl the home ol Charles Robinson offTTMay evening, July L Mr Dan. Kennedy returned last ThnrAay from Eh lolt, w Is . alter an extenled iit at the home of her daughter. Mrs Leon Gllmour. Dr. H. E. Mayor accompanied mother to Fort Dodge, Iowa, Thursday, where she will upend his last the summer Ith her daughter. Mrs. H. E Mayor and daughters iBre vfsjftlng with relatives at Paw paw and Sterling. Mrs. Theobald and children ol Wauneta, Neb., are the guests ol the former's mother. Mrs. J. C. Schompp. Mrs. Thomas Me.Nally was called to Chicago last Saturday by the Illness of her aunt. Graham Slllara Is spending the week st Delavan with hi i Roger HilliitH W. K. and Ralph Hess In Ottawa. Mrs. George CutshaVi Saturday for Chicago brother, Rev. ipont Sundnt and l tn lie left Mr. for re- Cutshaw. They expect Pittsburgh soon. Mr. and Mrs John turned to their home in on last Thursday after friends and relative:; in The meetings of the have been discontinued to leav ( i lllnolll Belott, Wis., a visit, with this vicinity Ladiea' Aid until Septem ber. Mi Ira Qi it will l' the next hostess. The ChaUtauejBS the hank Mondaj rangement for tin held here Auk :;" interest was mani Association met in night to make a. chautauq.ua to he Sept. I. 2, Mttbh ested and a large attendaiu e I Mrs. Louis expected. rfamol was In La Salle last, Friday, to si Phalen, who li i i hospital. Miss 1, a ura Hei Valley hospital in Kenneth Vlo her. e her sister. Mrs), atletit at St. Mary 's t Is at the Illinois Ottawa, caring for who was operated en last Thursday. Leo Kpittlor la home ville for the summer. Miss Lola Kleinfeltei last Pirfday, celebrating from Naper- entertained her birthday. Mr and Mrs. Clyde Kidd and annlv "were in Utiea Sunday. Mrs i M. Andrew . i t entertal ting her sister frew-C'hicago. John Evans of Chit ago i the sinnmer with Mr. and i spending Mis. Lev! Krfeser Rev. Dr. .!. X. Elliot! of Blooming ton, superintendent of home mi slon i for the synod of Illinois, and Rev James U. K. Craighead of Oswego, chairman of the church extension com mittee of Ottawa I're; hylery, were In town for a short time last Monday. They were pleased with the progress the church is making and intend to visit us again soon. They were ac companied by Mrs. Craighead, who h a daughetr of the noted missionary to China. Mr. and Mr T. F. Maloncy and baby cf Spring Valley were lu re last Wed aesday. Mrs Susan Hank i accom panied them home for a visit jf Right Use of Society. t It Is not rejection of society, bnt fclse and right use of it, which char acterizes the man who lives most rich ly in she things of the mind. -HumU- 0D Wright Mahie. . . of Wheat' D-xitcer outfielder, proved a tiij? attrac- of baseball, when he attended the Brooklyn. Here he Is shown with full at Vbiat, a, it were. ' Curfsw Has Worked Well. In' the Middle aires tibeil was rung is a slcnaj fvr.lir to pel covered up for the nlghl and .eoiisei uontly for tho people to go to beffll Tl e word RVjFw is derived from the French words, couvrlr, to cover, ptid dm. Bre. In the United stnte-s ' a curievJ has been sounded to nnt young njeople to he withlp. doors unlets nicojnpanled by adults. it is said tliatj over- 5,000 towns and cities in this iountry now have curfew ordluiineeij and some of them report as large n decrease as So per cent in Juvenile delinquency since the enactment of such laws. ESxchfl nge. NOTICE. Kelly & Kelly, Attorneys. Kstate of Hannah Cull, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the un dersigned, executor of the last will and testament of Hannah Cull, late of the county of La Salle and state of Illinois, deceased. Will appear be fore the probate court of said county, on the first Tuesday (being the sixth day) of September, 1981, al the pro hate court room, in Ottawa, in said county, when and where all persons having claims or demands against said estate are notified to attend and present the same in writing for ad justment. Dated the 16th day of June, A. D. W21. EDWARD CULL, Executor. Dr.H. Fledderman PILE and GOITER SPECIALIST PILES, 1 remove hy an absorbent method that removes thoin forever. No Unlfe, no chloroform, no delay from work. - GOITER, I reduce by a depondablt I absorbent method that gives com i plote and permanent results. Don't 1 wait until your heart eyes and nerves collapse conserve your health. At Hotel 0awa, Ottawa, III., every Saturday from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. I Office over Askln's store. j Room 304-305 Murray Bldg. I Streator, ill, OTTAWA Things Came in Rapid Order w 4 s rAnn LANDS FOR SA'I K Several acres ol good tltnthy meadow near Utlca, Also bo vera I acre:) of both timotb) and wild meadow near Seneca, ill. For parti ulars boo VVM. JAMISON, room 306 Armory Block, Ottawa, in. VQR SALE Small farms mar Otta wa, as follows: 5 acres, well Improved $ 4,500 Hi acres, garden land in,'X)0 . I acres, one half cultivated... 10,500 ;F acres, one-half tillable, hal. timber a.OOO 10 acres, fairly well improved. 13,003 0 acres, thr fourths timber, Miiali bldga 2,r,oo US acres, mostly black, im proved 23,000 And others. Terms can bo ar ranged . W. tl. PUSEY, Central Life Iildg. Ottawa, Illinois. sua ACRES Improved farm in crops. Beautiful home. Will show photos. Small lake, iilg fish. 24 horses, 75 cattlu,, 2B Juigs, crops, fevd. and seed all got Hnu sala. Atxxaent compels owner to sell. Reasonable cfish pay ment, balance lung time at' O'v. Here' is an ideal place for a farmer and two sons, to make a fortune as farm will sell much lcss than its valine Oeorge Crowden, Ottawa, ill. "Let Course Do if i Large Wheat Crop In Old Virginia First New Wheat Sells For $1.56 per Bushel The wheat crop of old Virginia is now harvested. From a clipping of the Times Despatch published at Rich mond, Va., Saturday, June IS, 1921, we find the following: "The first new wheat of the season was offered hero yesterday. It was a lot of about i.OOu bushels, grown on tho farm of J li Hutchinson and was bought by the Dunlop Mills. The price paid was $1.65." The latld where thousands ami thousands of acres of wheat lias been taken from this month will now he turned under again and a crop of corn or cow peas will he planted and har vested yet this season. Take u tri; with as and see yourself. for OLD VIRGINIA The Land of Opportunity You do not sJiffer With the heat In Old Virginia like we have been for the past week and (he nights are always cool and comfortable. The normal temperature In Rich mond, Va . for Ihe hottest month In the year is Til. 2, while the coldest month in the year Is "S degrees. Virginia Is an Ideal place to call home and the author who wrote the song "Mid the Green Fields or Old Virgin ia Far Away" knew what he was miss ing if he lived in Illinois. Take a trip with us and see for yourself the land of opportunity where thousands of acres of corn is now higher than your head, Where a drouth or crop failure was never known. Where prosperity abounds on every hand and where you can make more, money on forty acres of land than you can on eighty acres in Illinois Mr Purvis, the general man ager of the Great Eastern Land Co., will be at the Clifton Hotel for a few days and will he glad to tell yon more of this country, if you will call. Great Eastern Land Co. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA GEORGE A. CROWDEN, Special Representative. Ottawa, 111 FREE TRADER - JOURNAL. Classified Advertising HELP WANTED WANTED Olrls to work on Satur day with grocery experience pre ferred. Consumers Wholesale (!ro cery. WANTED Experienced butcher. Steady work, (iood wages. Address Herman Koesler, i'aw i'aw, 111. Phone No. 4. WANTED Man with team or uuti to sell our products direct to con sumer. Also men and women for city work. McCONNON COMPANY, Wi nona, Minn. YOFXO MAX with executive ability to manage local branch for large chain of tire stores. Good references required. Tires guaranteed 8,000 m.lles, tires at prices that compel business. Manager shares in com pany's profits. Must invest $500. Won derful opportunity permanent busi ness hig profits. If you are big enough to carry this responsibility, write or wire. National Tiro Stores, 1I2ii Michigan Ave., Chicago. ATTENTION, Agents and Mall Order Men. You can build up a good business' which will mean an ncome for life,' Send for free booklet of unsoilcdtpd testimonials like this' Fort nidge, Iowa. Sept. 23, IAD', liheanrotlsm Herb Company. Dear Sirs: The man I treated with your Iiheunjellsm Herbs only used it five day and luj walkecl downtown two inllos to boo nio last Sunday, and now his wife is also taltlnj? the Herb foot laths, so you see, got results the first time. RespeQtfully. A. 1). Hall. Price $1 Pouhfl, IT. Pounds $S. Uhou niallain Herb Co., K 'JOT. Ocean Turk, Ual. MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL SERVICE examinations for clerks for Postal Mail Service and Government Departments. Men, worn en over IV. $120 month. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars write J. Leonard dormer Civil Serv ieo examiner). 122 Equitable Bldg., Washington, D. C. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will he received for th construction of the Improvement of parts of Van Buren and other streets in tile southeast part of the City of Ottawa by the Council of the City of Ottawa, until the 6th day Of July, A. D. 1921, atvthe hour of 7:30 p, m. at (lie City Office In the Central Life Building in said City of Ottawa, Illi nois, at which time and place sail bids w ill he publlcally opened. It Is estimated that there will be about the following amounts of work to lie done and materials to be fur nished; :.0OS cu. yds. of excavation. 8,99,5 Hit. ft. concrete combinod curb an I nutter. 11,270 si. yds. asphaltie con crete pavement. Including five (5) Inch cohofete base for same; ooo bq. yds. of vitrified brick pavement. ham improvement shall be con- structed and made in accordance with the ordinance providing for th" same and the maps, plats, plans and speci fications for the same on Ale In the of lice of the City Clerk. Proposals must he made on blanks furnished by said Council and In com pliance with the instructions thereto attached, which can be had an appli cation to the City I lark, ami must be accompanied hy cash or by (heck payable to the order of the Mayor :n his official capacity, certilied. by a sponsible hank lor an amount of not less than ten per cent MO';) of the aggregate of the proposal. The conl tractor shall lie paid in bonds, bearing the rule of live per cent i.v i ) per annum. No bid will he received unleso the party offering it shall furnish evi dence that he has (he QOCCSSATy facili ties, ability and pecuniary resources to fullill the condition of the contrail and execute the work, should the con tract be awarded to htm. Didders will examine the ordi nances, maps, plats, plans, specifica tions and also the loe."llty In Whicil said work Is to be done and judge for themselves all Ol the conditions and circumstances affecting tho cost an.1 nature of the work Th' Council reserves the right to re fbet any and all bids, as authorized bv law. - Dated at Ottawa. Illinois, this 21th day of June, A. D. 192L GEORGE V. I!. WEEKS, Mayor of the City of Ottawa, Illinois. W W. CURTIS, City Clerk of the UUy "bT"8Raw . lllluois. TOR JALE HOUSES. l'OK SALE The Jf. B. I'orter resi lience on the south bluff; one of the finest views in the valley; large, loom; hot air heat; good plumbing; large tot; a beautiful home at a sacri fice price; owner lives In California; here is a rare opportunity for som i one desiring a home in Ottawa; let me show It to you. T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALE -A modern dwelling within a stone's throw of St. Co lumba Church; a dandy; striftly mod i in; $0,iioii; come lii and let me Bhow you. T. li. FARRELL. FOR BALE- Two dandy cottages on West Madison St ; one three rooms; one four rooms; same outside dimen sions; one $1,300, one $1,400; terms on part; lot 50x150; concrete cellar floor; cellar under all; city water, electric lights; good repair. T. li. FAKKKLL. FOR SALE -Large house ppd barn with corner lot on good street, north side Buildings could not lie built lor IT.IHmj. lint it 1 can turn it within 30 days will sell for less than half that, amount. ;' W. li. PFS1CY. Central Lio Bldg., Ottawa, 111. FOR BALE- South Ottawa, E room house, $2,500; 0 ruoni house, two lots. $3,000; 6 room and bath in good condition. $2,800; 7 room house, -lots, $5, nee; also a large house, $4, 000. W. D. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg., Ottawa, 111. FOR SALE Several good houses- In Central Ottawa, $3. aim to 1(,000. W. it. PUSEY, Real Est. and Ins.. Central Life HUlg. FOR 8ALI Seven room bouse witfe hot water heat, bath room, laundry in good condition. Three large lots, quantity of fruit, Center Ottawa, II, 600 00. Miss Cert rode Harris. FOR SALaV-Five room cottage, hard wood floors, furnace, gas, electrio lights, 14,000; lo 5-room cottage, city water, two large lots. $1,100, both in west Ottawa. Miss Gertrude Har ris. FOR SALE six room, aew, modern bouse; in good location; heating and plumbtag worth from 12,500 to $3,000; hardwood floors, coioaades etc.; for quick sale from $5,000 to $6,000 less than house could b erected. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALB Three modem houses In last Ottawa, west of Orleans street for one-hlf ralue. Miss Gertrvde Harris. FOR halb Five nouses east ot Or leaas street, all of which will be sold for much less thaa the aetaall value. Hiss Gertrude Harris, LOT3 FOR SALE Choice vacant property, two iiiocks of loop, suitable for ga rage or factory, frontage, on two streets. Price right. Address "A, Free Trader Journal. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR PEDIGREED HOGS, 'Inquire UenJ Peterson or Pa rt Lambert. FOI! SALE Family driving mare; will be sold cheap to right party Apply U M. eoi.WKLL. S2e La Salle FOR SALE - Hot Water Heating Plant, complete in a No. I condition, new boiler last fall. Phone 6t7 R. Ot tawa or call at Holland Furnace Co., '.'I I l.a S.ille sic, t FOR SALE Big type Poland China boars; cholera lmmuned and record ed. Also Miwfl with litters at side. Phone Grand Ridge B53I er write WILLIAM U. NAGLH. FOR BALE Cheap) V bottom hydro plane launch; 4 eyl, Kermath ma line motor; speedy runabout; 6 pas senger; auto control; top, side cur tains, etc. Phone llll-li after 6 p. in. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE At a bargain, seven-pa -sengef tottrt&g car; juat out of pain' Shop; Al mechanical condition; com phto with tooto,Curtains, etc Call Main No. 111. Boys and Girls. Here Is a chance for the boys aal girls to earn a little spemHsig money. Tho Freo Trader-Journal will buy all the clean rags that you will bring to their office. Look around your home anu 'eo what you can guther up In tho Hue of clean rags, any color. BY ALLMAN WANTED' WANTED- 1 want a farm, 160 to 200 acres or thereabouts; my man has lull equipment; tractor and tractor tools, and is high-grade, up-to-date young hustler; farmer all ills life, farm must be "Al"; this fall or next spring. T II. FAKRKLL, Tel. 648-W, WANT to hear from owner having farm for sale. State cash price and lull description, John J. Itlack, Illinois St., Chippewa Falls, Wis. WANTED A house and lot in Ottawa in exchange for raw land in Mani toba. Address A care this olflce. WANTED Furnished, modern or semi-modern house for small family, est of references. Box X, this office, AUTO MECHANIC wants position at once. Steady and reliable, married Call 67.S-X or 083 L. . STOLEN Till'; PARTY who took my keys from my auto and returned same with two phoney keys musjt replace with origin al keyB or wilt bo prosecuted. ART NTTCHELM Professional Cards Dr. E. A. Kelly DENTIST 1125 Caluinbus St. Ottawa, III, All work guaranteed first class, Olflce hours 8 a. m. to 7; 30 p. in. Sunday hours 9 to 12. Phono 225-Y. " " n THERON L. LENA M, Warrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTORS. Palmer School Graduates Room 212-14 Central Life Building, Ottawa, lil. Phone 1008. Hours: 10-12. 3-5, 7-1. Dr. C. A. Blean CHIROPRACTOR. Licensod by Illinois State Board of Health. 111-112 Moloney Bldg. Phone 620-R Hours; 9-12 a. in., 1-4 p. m. Dr. C. F. Van Atta Successor to Dr. Heriog. Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat. Offico 404 Central Life. Phone 1015-W. H. J. LARSON Formerly of Sheridan, now succes sor to O. H. Osmund, of Newark. Calls answered promptly day or night. Both Phones. 26-tf Embalmer and Funeral Director Newark. Illinois. BUSINESS NOTICES F. A. K0SS0W ROOFING CO. Tar and Gravel Roofers All Work Guaranteed 505 Second St. La Salle, 111. Telephone 130 UPHOLSTERING FFKNITI RE upholstering wort Furniture cabinet work Furniture finishing work. Furniture repair work. Mattrest. work. Done practically and well GEORGE BAUCHLE. Phone R37-X. Pulling Power--opularity! Try the Free i'radfir Journal Want Ads FAGS NINf DAILY NEWSLET x.i SWISS tORRENT FOR RENT A good house and gar den and other buildings on farm, well located, where a good, Industrious man can always find plenty of work. For particulars call on WM. JAMI SON, HOG Armory Block, Ottawa, III. FOR RENT The Tom Collins bouse :J 608 Grafton St.; 5 rooms down, 3 up; stove heat; toilet; city water; electric lights; fine location; good re pair; $25; immediate possession; ref erences required. T. 1!. FARRELL. FOR RENT The Claussen bouse, No. 12 Oridley place; opposite Loss Lane's home in East Ottawa; sale price $4,000, or will rent $30; furnac?, toilet, electric lights; beautiful lost tlon; fine house of eight rooms; im mediate possession, T. B. FARRELL GHllteO, OTTAWA & PEWM RAILWAY Effective May 29th, 1921. LXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CARS AT LOW RATES. EASTBOUND. Blast bound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Beneca, Murrls, Mlnooka, Rockdale and Jollet, 111., in 8. in. rein, b6:35, 7:55, 9:55, 11:55, In p. in. 1 : 55, n2:55, 3:55, c4:55, n4:55, 8:05, 10:00. WESTBOUND. Westbound ears leave Ottawa sta tion for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, Depue, Bureau, Prlncei ton In a. m, f5:55, g6:52,lf8:25, f9:65 dlO:65, tll:55. tn p. m. fl:55, f3:55, d4:55, f5:55. n-dfi:55. d7:55, 19:55. j SOUTHBOUND. Southbound ears leave Ottawa sta tion for Grand Ridge, McKlnley Park and Streator In a. in. 1:55, 7:55, 9:55, 11:55. In p. m. 1:55, ;!:0r, 5:05, 8:00, 10.00. a br Jollet, daily except Sundays anil holidays. c Morris, ! d Ladd. f Princeton. g Ladd, daily except Sundays and holidays, n Sundays and holidays only. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SATI MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FROM 6:40 A M To 11:95 P. M. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Joliet, III., and Chicago A Jollet Electric Railway: Round One Trip Way $3.00 $1.85 (Return trip limited to ten days) FAST FREIGHT SERVICE. j Phone Agent for Full Information. THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALER. 115 West Main Street. 4 FREE THADEK-J0UR8AL PIG. CO. Publishers. NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Theia Company, 355 Fifth Ave, CHICAGO RF.PRESFNTAHVES 8. C. Thels Company, 864 Moaadnock Bloc. MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATIVE S. C. Thels Company, 706 Lincoln Bid. The Free Trader Journal may M found at tho news depots of Wheels & Male, Knoussl Brothers and Pyle'a Cigar Store, . . . . , "3 I Taxi J li V 60I-W J ssasMtestBBsejsasissssswssaswss i, ssa OTTAWA, ILL. 1