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MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1021.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS 1 NOW, WHAT5 THE MATTER ? V9 i HIM SOMETHING' TAKING ADVANTAGE OF If American women ;nv In lake their ashfnri hints front Paris they've roi in gel buy and .lusr naturnli.v rh inge everything I Cow we iMrn thai nigtx drosses are to Talk and Waltz The toddle and other "slipshod" dances nrc passing out in favor of stately Steps, Here arc Arthur and Gertrude Kivtlmv demonstrating the now "Conversation Waltz" at the. an nual convention of th? Anierlean Na tional Association of Master) of Dan-etna- In New i'urh. 'Imitates Dad "Bill." son of Wallace Held, movie tar. has already learned to make blKh speed en his three-wheeler His eal name Is William Wallace ItelJ. Ir.. and he apparently Inherits his fgnpqd from klsfather, hero I (ly a movie atitomootle race. mm y NOV" Pon'1 H MER Nt r-CENE IJlGMT HERE IKI TUP JllTCI I Nighties Must Be Shorter, I Cora A be rn shorter Even vthi nimsy excuse of Porialan open wuik and laoe nlghUes has been ul off, Wo- men have been searching for Mm thins new in the- lingerie nit;ht tin Caruso's ' Favor itej ..This Is the picture of little Gloria Caruso, that her-father liked best (It was taken shortly before Caruso and his family sailed to Italy, where-' ithe great tenor died. Little Gloria is expected to receive-a larije shaml ( the Caruso fortune..' " President Receives s' .... - t& .jSK PrtnetM Katlma. Sull mn ( r hanistan, rtinl her three sons as thev leu uje -wmte ttm'wjr & eimJigWjmifj naM air The HTtaCNa m,n tn , i,,.itu .i vi,.t sKm - OTTAWA MH1 .'ml A Feller Isn't Safe LOE VCV IR MAKE a I uinufr mkirv r ,.1 Says Pans Sow they have it fhe new kowhs reaeJi bwicfeen the knee nnd the J1' hnv'' ""' old-fashlon.-d round neck which .sliim off the anouiaer TTteyre shorter for father ntj the strltdrcn, too, in Paris. Photo;of iGlbna Princess Fatim'0 , " -j .. J 'if - FREE til A PER . j6tJRNAt,. - tin 1 .11,, at Home NOW, REMEMSF.R Mil TOW NOT SO I . '4' LOUD ' J MAN VOU HAVE THIS WHIPPING COMING TOU AND THE FIRST DAV HOME VOO'RE GOIWG TO GET IT HELP WANTED WANTED Mlddle-afed woman or Kirl to Mats) ith boilMWOrkj no COOking or washing; kOQd wages. Addregg Hex O, cam Free Trader .lotirnal. living name, address and referencea ATTENTION, Agents and Mall Order Men. You can bulla up a good business which will mean an ncome for life. Send for free booklet of unsolicited testimonials like this" Fort Dodge, Iowa, Sept. 23, 1919. Rheumatism Horb Company. Dear Mrs: ine man I treated with your Rheumatism Herbs only used It five days and be walked downtown two miles to see me last Sunday, and now his wife Is also taking the Herb fool laths, so you see I got results n first time. Respectfully, A. D. Hall. Price $1 Pound, 18 Pounds $!. Rheu matism Herb Co., K 99". Ocean Park. WANTED- Ciri for general house work. MRS. KNOWLBS, 907 Pan! St. Phone l.V FOR RENT FOR RENT A pood our-rooni house, two doors west of Johnoon plana factory, on Second St, ?12 per month; pew paper and paint; immediate pos session, T. B. FARilELL. IfOR RENT - Kino S-room dwelling at llUi West LeAvCttO St.; strictly modem; $35 prr month; lease on- tear to responnrble party. Tel. 6484V1, T. B. FARRELL. FOIt RENT Three-room furnished housekeeping apartment; all mod ern. At 91S Ottawa Ave. Phone 104SK. BUSINESS NOTICES F.A.K0SS0W ROOFING CO. Tar and Gravel Roofers All Work Guaranteed 505 Second St. La Salle, IIL Telephone 130 UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE upholstering work. Furniture cabinet work. Furniture finishing work Furniture repair work. Mattress work. Done practically and wUL GEORGE BAUCHLE. Phon S37-X. Professional Cards THERON L. LENA M. Warrick & Warrick CMIROPRACTOR8. Hours: 10-13, 3 6, 7-1. Palmer Seoeoi UrHfluai RoOm 212-14 Central Lite Building, Ottawa. 111. Phone 10011 Dr. C. A. glean i-HIROPRACTOR. Licensed by Illinois Stat Board ot Health. , 111-112 Moloney Bldg. Photaa 630-R Hours; 9-12 a. m.. 1-4 p. m. Dr. C. F. Van Atta Successor to Dr. Hertog. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Office 404 Central Ufa. Phone 1015-W These Want Ads Go Into Thous ands of Homes; Read them and profit. mm j VOUHG WE'RE R ICR ALE HOUSE8 FOR SALE Because of a separation between hiwhand wife, I can offor you a good home, with all modern Convenience, for 3.T0O, and place a $2,000 loan on It for you If you so do sire, payments on tho loan to be $20 T. n. FARRELL,. FOR SALE .Vroom house, West SIdo; city water; electric lights; $800, half down, balanco building and loan. W. B. PUSSY, 507 Central Life Bid. FOR SAL HOUsei If! good condi tion; North Side; $1,800. W. B. PCSEV, Central Life Rldg. FOR SALE 7-room house and barn Norris St.; also one on Jollet St., at a bargain. V. I!. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. FOR SALE: Large house and barn with corner lot on good atreet, north side. Buildings could not be built for $7,000. But if I can turn it within 30 days will sell for loss than half that amount. W. B. PUSET, Central Life Bldg.. Ottawa. III. FOR SALE South Ottawa, 5 room house, $2,500; S room house, two lots, $3,000; 6 room and bath "in good condition, $2,800; 7 room house, 2 lots, $5,000; also a large house, $4, 000. W. B. PUSEY, Central Lif Bide.. Ottawa III FOR SALE Sevon room house, win hot water heat, bath room, laundry; in good condition; three large lots, quantity of fruit: Cnntnr noun $3,600. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. ' FOR SALE Five room cottage; hard wood floors, furnace, gaa, electric lights; $4,000. Also five room cot tage; city ffftter; two large lots; $1,100. Both in West Ottawa. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE Six room new, modern house; In good condition; heating and plumbing worth from $2,500 to $3,000; hardwood floors, colonales, etc.; for quick sale from $5,000 to $6,000 less than house could be erected. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE T-hro modern houses In East Ottawa, west of Orloanf 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 the actual value. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES MAXWELLS -One 1920 model and one 1 !) 1 7 model in A-No. 1 shape; can be bought on your own terms. Adams & Co. TOR SALE Maxwell touring car; In first-class condition; now top and new paint; just overhauled; new tires; very reasonable. Call 455-X. FOR SALE Ford roadster. Ford tour Ing car and Stutz special racer; all in flrst,-clas:i mechanical condition. MAX SMITH'S GARAGE. FOR SALE- -Ford roadster; four new cord tires, four new fenders, new hood, winter top; all in Al shape; $250: a good buy for someone. Ad dress M.. care this office. FOR SALE-1922 5-pass. Bulck dem onstrator; 5 cord tires, tire cover, lock, set of chains, bumper, motor meter, win visor, seat covets and I Gabriel snubbers; Cost $1,775; guar antee same as new car; has bad very careful handling and is Juyt nicely broke in; tor quick sale, $i..v.o t an bo .seen at Mors Garage, or call 535-L. MISCELLANEOUS for SALE- House for wrecking; contains large quantities of Al lum ber; desire to clear lot of building. now on it. Inquire MRS. MICHAEL CREED, :ino East Marquette St FOR SALE Parlor suite, in V rv best of condition. Apply 122 Weal Superior St. i FOR SALE Some fine white oak, i we"' seasoned fence posts; also some wood for fireplace F VL BRECHT, 1111 Poplar St.' Phone 934-X. FECIAL SALE on home grown wa teruHlons. J5 cents each. Banana.-.! ii cents per pound. Pntatoe 3J jgjS ! k- BTEEl; K Ol.iiOV 'i i ' a esl Main St. 1 I BY ALLMAN HP DADDV, I HOPE WE M'.IVER 60 HOME ! WANTED imm j WANTEI Curtains to launder; ex cellont work done of curtains and drapm, makv k. 8CHLOSSBR, soa st. George st. Phone 938 Y. WANTED A house and lot In Ottawa In exchango for raw land In Man! toba. Address A., care this office. WANTED -Dressmaking and plain sewing. ladies' and children's dresses and men's shirts: suits and coats relined and altered; orders taken for all kinds of fancy work. 814 Columibus St., Burrows Apart ments. Phone 2fil-X, Miss E M. Orr. WANTED Clean rags, any color, a i-mo pue sXoa JV11SCELLANEOUS TO LOAN -Would like to lend $2,"0(: at best rates, plus usual commis slon. T. B. FARRELL. NOTICE TO STOCK FEEDERS I have for rent about 320 acres ot good pasture and meadow, several acres good timothy and clover, and about seventy acres of pretty good oats that I have decided not to har vest. This will make fine feed for cattle and should take care of 200 head or more. Flowing artesian water and plenty of shade. Immed iate possession. I have also 340 acres of land for rent for 1922. Fair improvements. For particulars call on Win. Jami son, Owner, 306 Armory Block, Otta wa, 111. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for right man with capital. Get exclu sive county right to handle "Simplex Waterless Cooker." Sells at sight, Already pnven lig success. Can-vassen-l earning from 390 to $100 weekly. Write for information. Gen eral Utilities Co., 221 W. Randolph St., Chicago, III. Here is a chance for the poys ami girls to earn n little spentHag money. The Free Trader-Journal will buy all the clean rags that you will bring to their office. Loek around your home and see what you can gather up it the line ot clean rags, any color NOTICE. Johnson . Carr and Robert C. Carr Attorneys. Estate or Emily Rrundage, Deceased Notice is hereby given that tho un dersigned, Administartor of tho estate of Emily Bnmdago, Into of the County of La Salle und State of Illinois, de ceased, will appear before tho Pro bate ( ottrt of said County, on the firs: Monday (being the 3rd day) of Octo ber, I92l, at Iho Probate Court Room, in Ottawa, in said County, when and where all persons having claims ot demands against said estate are not' fled to attend and present the. same In writing for adjustment Dated the 1st day of August, A D 1921 FRANK. F. FOLLETT. Administrator. NOTICE. Notice la hereby given to all per sons Interested that the- Council ot the City of Ottawa. Illinois, hr.vlng ordered the Improvement of certain parts of First avenue. State street, Catherine, Christie and Moore streets together with the several street Inter sections appurtenant thereto, by grad ing, curbing ;;nd paving the same, the ordiance for the same hAlfte on :.- I in the office of tho Clerk of said City I or Ottawa, having applied to the County Court of La Salle County, Illi i nois. for nn assessment of tho cost of said improvement according to th" benefits, said assessment being payable in ten installments, each bearing In terest at the rate of si nor cent nar annum, and an sftSStBMSBt therefor having been made and returned to said Court, the Baal hearing thereon will be had on the Nth day of August. I) 1921. or as soon thereafter as the business t.f the Court will permit. All persons desiring may filo objec tions In said Court before said day, and may appear on hearing und mak their defense. Dated at the City of Ottawa. Illinois, this 12th dav of August, A. D. 1921 OWEN ANDERSON, Appointed to make said a vc -sment f AGE SEVEM DAILY NEWSLfeT PRESlOFNTlAlCAMPAiGH "1 PAB1 LANDS FOR SALE Small farma near Otta wa, as follows: 5 acres, well Improved $ 4,500 10 acres, garden land 10,000 S4 acres, one-half cultivated... 10,500 35 acres, one-half tillable, Lai. timber 6,000 40 acres, fairly well Improved. 13,003 10 acres, three-fourths timber, small bldgs 1,500 115 acres, mostly black, Im proved J8.0OO And others. Terms can be ar ranged . W. B. PUSEY. Central Life Bldg. Ottawa. IlllnoU. 800 ACRES improved farm In crops. Beautiful home. Will show photos. Small lake, big fish. 24 horses, 76 cattle, 25 hogs, crops, feed, and seed all go with sale. Accident compels owner to sell. Reasonable caan pay ment, balance lone time nt 815. Hw Is an Ideal place for a farmer and two sons to make a fortune aa farm will sell much less than its value. George Crowden, Ottawa. 111. "Let Georea Do V THE FREETRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALftH. 115 West Main Street FREE THADEB-JOCHHiL PTt. CO, Publisher. NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Thels Company, 55 Fifth Av. CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Thels Company, 864 Moaadnook Block. MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATIVE S. C. Theis Company. 706 Lincoln Bid The Free Trader-Journal may be found at the news depots of Wheeler & Malo, Kneussl Brothers and Pyle'v Clear Stor CHICAGO, OTTAWA, & PEORIA RAILWAY OTTAWA, ILL. Effective May 29th, 1921. EXPRES8 HANDLED ON ALL CARI AT LOW RATES. EASTBOUND. Eastbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Seneca, MorrU Minooka, Rockdale and Jollet, IIL, li 8. m. 5:40, b6:35, 7:55, 8:55, 11:56, In p. m. 1:55, n2:55, 3:55, c4:66, n4:55. 8:05, 10:00. WESTBOUND. Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Bprlng 1 . ' . !,!,' rirnQ HiItaiiii . ........ , - ' " 4 . ,..,.- ,, t tiUVO ton In a. m. t5:55, g6:52 t8:25, f9:66, cuo.o.., ru:fr. in p. m. fl;55, r3:6l, d4:55, f6:55, n-d6:56, d7:55, :B4. SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Grad Ridge, McKlnley Park and Streator In a. m. 5:55, 7:65, 9:M, 11:55. In p. m. 1:55, 3:55, 5:56, 1:04 3 COO. b Jollet, dally except Sundays aid hoi mays. c Morris, d Ladd. f Princeton. g Ladd, daily except Sundays an holidays, n Sundays and holidays only. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAV1 MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FROM :4 A. M. TO 11:35 P. 1L TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Jollet, III., and Chicago 4 Electric Railway: Jollet $3.00 Round One Trip way $1.85 (Return trip limited to ten days) FA8T FREIGHT tERVICt Prion Agents for full Intermstlofc vi is 1