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r TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1021.
t HOINCa OF THE DUFFS ? ' i I , Aunt Mary and Mary, Jr, ,4T Here's Aunt Mary Plckford an.l her nice, Nary, Jr The latter U :he daughter of bottle Pick ford and appears with Aunt Mary in 'Utile Urd Fauntleroy." Thin is the flrat salaried appearand of Mary. Jr., in the niovUa, but she says some day she's going to be Just like Aunt Mary. SENATE AGREES 10 VOTE ON BORAH BILL! TO TAKE ACTION ON MEASURE FAVORING FREE TOLLS FOR U. 8. COASTWISE SHIPS ON FIRST DAY OF NEXT SESSION OR ON OCTOBER 10 Washington, Aug. Hi. By unani mous consent, the senate today agreed to vote on Oct. 10 on the Borah bill providing for free tolls on American coastwise vessels using the Panama canal. If the senate is not in ses sion on that day it was understood the vote will be taken the first day after it is convened. The agreement wad reached on a motion., by Sen. Borah, author of the legislation. II was his plan to move for ffSmediate action on the measure wheft the senate, convened today, 1mt he .was disuaded by democratic lead ers. , They informed him that they in tended to speak on the bill, and as they needed more time to prepare meir wieucnes . mey requested lie . WHEN II CONVENES portemunt at the direction of jPrea. Karl Olson and Marvin Itaneoh. who recess. In cf. li ned u their wishes I have been visiting relatives here, re-thf-senator yielded. j turned to the home in Chicago Moti on attempt was made b Sen, Hat-' day afternoon, rison, deuKvrat. Mississippi, to show! Miss Grace Kiner. who has been .bait Sen., Borah was seeking a post- attending school In Cedar Rapids, ponefttent ut the directioo of Pres. ! Iowa, is visiting at the home of her Jfarding. The president, he interred, i parents. Mr. and Mrs; Will Kiner, was opposed to action on the bill un-1 Mist Jennie Brtner spent last week til after the disarmament conference, I with relatives in Ottawa. and foSBis part Javored a settlement I of tbeWsue it involved by diplomacy, ratherftlian by legislation o I In dfenyWg the impliratii n ilorahl said he had discussed the subjiect with the president recently and that Harding had assured him he had no Objectfc to the bill. Regardless of the president's atti tude, however, the senator said he would never consent to settlement of a "question of domestic trade by diplomatic negotiations with foreign governments;" I Sen. Kirts, dmr-Tat, of I'tah. join ed in refuting the Harrison insinua tion. He said he had bean one of the democratic senators wttu had re quested Borah to agree to a defifyv As his reason he said: ' . ftifirWrl Wfvtves the question of a 'violation of a treaty covering the I 5 1 use of the canal by various nations, (ireat Britain is opposing it on this ground and I understand that Pres. Harding already has begun negotia tions with the British government, and I hope the senate will not act un til we, know the outcome." BROOKFIELD 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheedy enter talned fourteen young people at a sup D r and party at their home Tuesday evening. Many of those who attend ed were from Seneca. After supper they had a general good time and the party broke, up late in the night. (Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Dunn left for Chicago Monday, where they will miik their future home. feme Klilelea and Everett Kilmer were among tlr, crowd that witnessed the ball game fn Ottawa Sunday. Mrs. Prank Devaney and daughter Rosemary, Mrs. Charles Malady and Mrs. iCella Broderick of Kinsman were among those who assisted Mrs. James O'Laoghlin during threshing. Miss Margaret Rooney of Seneca visited with Mrs. Ray Sheedy last week. Mr and Mrs. William Cobbler are entertaining company from Chicago. Miss Carolyn Kohrt and brother Fred were Hansom caih rs Thursday Miss Alyce Mclntyre of visiting at the home of Chtcago is her sister Mr Michael O'Lailghlin. Ii's. Verne Kiner was an Ottawa caller Monday afternoon. William McElroy has returned to his bohii in Qttawa alter pending several da., s at the honiJB ,his tlaugh- t..r Mrs. John Selmtte The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs l.eland Marklev was bnMHl SumUrv Her name is Caroline Louise. The Vounsr People's L e-ti. met. nt Friday eveninu at the homo of lla Briner. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the ( veiling. Refresh ments of ice cream and cake were sc rved. Mr .and Mrs. K D. Richmond are spending part of their vacation at the Charles Be.vington home. Mrs. Ross, Brehman and daughter spent last week with her parents. Mr. and .Mrs. James Mclntyre. Miss Myrtle ("onnor. who had her tonsils removed last week, is getting aloWiiictij H Virginia Johnson spent Thurs day affirnotyn jith Daura and Lucy Cap. t Miss Gladys Benson of Chicago is OTTAWA j OUvia.P9e$SonwMeavyDiying S visiting at the home (f her aunt, Mr:; John Si hunk. Mr. and Mm, I'red Clark of Call ferula visited last wec-k with Rev. and Mrs. P W Merrill. Juno and Raymond Jr Tinkle spent, last wei k with their grandmother in Marseilles The LtdtW Aid Society met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lout I Ijittz. A large number wer e present. Kel reshllientM were Served late in the afternoon. O. K. Covell and son wire callers here Sunday. Miss Mahel Kohrt Is spi -ding a few days wnii relatives near Etansom, Miss A'lilie Marsh of Marseilles was Ciller hen- Tuesday afternoon. iMIs-sts Angt line anil Lois and W il liam Hriner spent a tow days of last week at-, the Edward Kline home in Ottawa. Mrs. Mary Westfal! and daughter Helm are visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Johnson and daughter Virginia were Ottawa callers Thursday. Mihs Myrtle ( onnor is taking treat- menu for her throat from Dr. Hlue in Ottawa. Miss Mildred 11. Maier spent last week at the Charies Main homo. PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Hy virtue of an order and decree of the Probate Court of Ii Salle County, Illinois, made on the petition of the undersigned, administrator of the estate of tank Kelly, deceased, for leave to s)ll tiie real estate of said deceased at the l)eeemlwr lerm, A. I). 1!20, of said Court, to-wit, on the 8th day of December, 1920, I shall, on Thursday, the MMday of August. ltd, between the hours of 10 o'clock In the forenoon nd 5 o'clock in the afternoon, fiewft.Tit 1 o'clock P. M. of said day. sell ai PUBLIC VENDUK at, the premises hereinafter described, real estate described as follows: Lofr-lourteen (14) in Block Six (0) In the City of Ia Salle. County of La Salle and State of Illinois, on the following terms, to-wit: Ten (lfl) percent of the purchase PCiee iu hand on the day of sale; the balance thereof upon the approval of the report arid the . confirmation of said sale by (he Court; said premises to lie sold free and disencumbered of the homestead rights ai.-l dower in terest of Lily Kelly, widow of said deceased, ana subject to all taxes, special assessments and other im positions now a lien on said premises. Dated this 26 th day of Julv, A. D. 1921. Frank F. Follett, Administrator of the Estate of Prank Kelly, deceased. Curtis Auxiliary Fuel Mixer Eliminates all Carbon Troubles. Gives a Smooth Running Engine. Adds 25 per cent more miles to every gallon of gasoline. JOHN H. GRAY 329 E. Lafayette Phone 661-Y NEW ROAD HOUSE We have opened a new Road House, on the Deer Park road, about 2 miles out. We serve chicken dinners and short orders. Open from noon on all night. WILSON'S ROAD HOUSE Phone 9049-11. .Chicken Dinner $1.00 DAY NIGHT 0. K TAXI Phone 126 HniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiuHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ' iiiiiwiiiiwwflirii irmtRU mi i u n . m ; FREE TRADER JOURNAL T Classified HELP WANTCD WAXTKD Middle. ig.,d woman or girl to assist with housework; no cooking or washing; kood wages. Address Box (), care Swi Trader Journal, jfivinis pane, address und references. ATTENTION, Agents and Mall Order Men. You ran build 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, 191U. Rheumatism Herb Company. Dear Sirs: The man I treated with your Rheumatism Herbs only used It live days and he walked downtown two miles to see me last Sunday, and now his wife Is also taking the Herb foot baths, so you ee I got results she first time. Respectfully, A. D. Hall. Price $1 Pound, U Pounds J.r,. Rheu matism Herb Co., K 91)7, Ocean Park, Cal. WANTKD Oirl for general house work. MHS. KNOWLE8, 'JOT Paul St. Phone Mi, fORRENT FOR RENT The Fred J. King home on Ottawa Ave.,' No. ir02; large house; furnace; toilet; electric lights; cement floor 'ill ceitkrj barn; large lot; $2X; immediate possession. Tel. IDN-W T. H. FARHKLL. FOR. RK.NT Tin Ren Murphy home, 1107 West Laifay'ette St.; strictly modern, large house; every conveni ence; 2S; Immediate possession. Tel. f!48-V. T B. PARRfflLL. FOR R1CNT A good four-room house, two doors west of Johnson piano factory, on Second St., $12 per month; new paper and paint; Immediate pos eession. T. B. FARRELL. FOR RENT -Fine 8-room dwelling at 1107 West Lafayette St.; strictly modern; $35 per month; lease on" year to responsible party. Tel. 64X-W. T. B FARRELL. BUSINESS NOTICES F.A. K0SS0W ROOFING CO. Tar and Gravel Roofers All Work Guaranteed 505 Second StTla Salle, IIL Telephone 130 UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE upholstering work. Furniture cabinet work. Furniture finishing work. Furniture repair work. Mattress work. Done practically and wt.ll. orociRnR toATRTffLfg. Phone 7-X. Professional Cards THERON L. LENA Warrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTOR8. M. Hours: 10-12, S-g. 14. Palmer School Graduates Room 212-14 Central Lite building, Ottawa. 111. Phono 100. Dr. C. A. Blean CHIROPRACTOR. Licensed by Illinois State Board of Health. 111-112 Moloney Bldg. Phone 6J0-R Hours: 9-12 a. ro.. 1-4 p. m. Dr. C. F. Van Atta Successor to Dr. Hereon. Eye. Far, Nose and Throat. Office 404 Central Life. Phone 101B-W TheseWant Ads Go Into Thous ands of JjQtnes; Read them and prof if. i fOR .SALE HOUSES l"OR SALE A complete house on West Jackson St.; strictly modern ; 2 story frame; 8 rooms; worth more; let me show it to von. Tel. K48-W. T. B. PARRKLL FOR 8 ALB Because of a separation between husband wile, I can offer you a good home, with all modern convenience, for $3,700, and place a $2,000 loan on it for you if you so de sire, payments on the loan to be $20. T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALE 5-room house, West Side; city water; electric lights; IM0, half down, balance building and loan. W. B. PUSEY, 507 Central Life Bhlg. FOR SALE House; In good condi tion; North Side; $1,800. W. B. PUSEY, Centra Life Bldg. FOR SALE Norrls St.; at a bargain. Life Bldg. -room house and barn ulao One on Jollet St.. VY. II. PUSHY, Central FOR SALE Large house and barn with corner lot on good street, north side. Buildings could not be built for $7,000. But If I can turn It within 30 days will sell for lesa than half that amount. W. B. PUSEY. Central Life Bldg., Ottawa, III. FOR SALE South Ottawa, G room house, $2,500; 5 room house, two lots, $3,000; 6 room and bathin good condition, $2,800; 7 room house, 2 lots, $5,000; also a large house, $4, 000. W. B. PUSEY, Central Life. Bide.. Ottawa, ill. FOR SALE Seven room house, witT hot water heat, bath room, laundry; in good condition; three large lots, quantity of fruit; Center Ottawa, $3,000. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE Five room cottage; hard wood floors, furnace, gas, ejectrtc lights; $1,000. Also live room cot tage; city Arater; 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, colona,les, etc.; for quick sale from $5,000 to $6,D00 less than house could be erected. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE T-hro 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 the actusl value. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Maxwell touring car; in first-class condition; new top and new paint; just overhauled; new tires; very reasonable. Call 455-X. FOR SALE Ford roadster, Ford tour ing car and BtUtZ special racer; all first-class mechanical condition. MAX SMITH'S GARAGE. in FOB SALIC Ford roadster; four new cord tires, four new fenders, new hood, winter top; all H Al shape; $250; a good buy for someone. Au dress ,M., care this office. FURNITURE FOR SALE Parlor best of condition. Superior St. suite. Apply in 122 very West HOUSEHOLD GOOD3 FQR SALE One kttehet cabilal one kifclu-ii table. uo lifting t J tux eauier seated dining room chart a sideboard, one roll top desk, orn electric cook stove, and on Icebox. Cull at 215 West Jefferson St. Call 781. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Cheap in good condition ''all 810-K. Indian motorcycle Just overhauled. FOB SALE- -House for wrecking; contains large quantities of A1 I im ber; desire to clear lot ol building, now on It. Inquire MRS MICHAEL RKKU :;d9 Maroueite st FOR SALE Sorqe fine white oak. well seasoned fence posts; pome wood for fireplace. F. C. AL l.RECHT, nn poplar St. Phone I' M X. BY ALLMAN 11 WANTED WANTED I want to buy a small cot cottage near Columbus school or eiiHt of it ; ahout ll.OOtt or $1.2o0, and must be well worth it, else save your time. Tel. 648-W. T. It FARRELL. WANTED Curtains to launder; ex Ceflent work done of curtains and drapes. MARY E. SCHLOSSER, 503 St. George St. Phone 938-Y. WANTED A house and lot to Qttajwa in exchange for raw land In Maui toba. Address A., care this office. WANTED -Dressmaking and plain sewing, ladles' and children's dresses and men's shirts; suits and coats rellned and altered; orders taken for all kinds of fancy work. 814 Columbus St., Burrows Apart ments. Phone 261-X, Miss E. M, Orr. MISCELLANEOUS TO LOAA'-Would like to lend $2,"00 at best rates') plus usual commis sion. T. B. FARRELL. NOTICE TO STOCK FEEDERS I have for rent about .120 acres of good pasture and meadow, several acres good timothy and clover, and alvout seventy acres of pretty good I oats that I have decided not to liar-1 vest. This will make tine feed tor cattle and should take care of 200 hul no ..,..., L,l I , water ami plenty of shade. Immed- iate possession. I have also 340 acres of land for rent for 1922. Fair improvements. For particulars call on Wm. Jami- son, Owner, 3(KJ Armory Block, Otta- wa, 111. NOTICE To Teofi-la Talaga, Administratrix of the Estate of Vincent Talaga, De ceased. State of Illinois, La Sallo County se, Probate Court, August Term, A. D. 1921. Whereas, it Xvxs, come to the knowl edge of the Probate Court of La Sallo County, In the State of Illinois, that Teofila Talaga, Administratrix of tin estate of Vincent Talaga, deceased, has removed beyond the limits of said state. Now therefore, pursuant to law and the order of said court, you, the said Teofila Talaga. Administratrix as aforesaid, are hereby notified to be and appear before the said court on the first day of the September Term, A. D. 1921, and make settlement of your respective accounts, as required by law, or show good and sufficient cause why the same shall not he done. You aro further notified that if you neglect or refuse to niaki such settle ment or to show good and sufficient cause therefor, you will be removed from your said office, pursuant to the Order of said court in the matter of said estate, entered August 1, 1921. Dated at Ottawa, Illinois, this 1st day of August, A. D. 1921. W. C. FLICK, Clerk of the Probate Court of La Salle County, Illinois. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all per sons Interested that the Council of the City of Ottawa. Illinois, having ordered the Improvement of certain parts of Pirst avenue. State street Catherine, Christie and Moore streets together With the several street inter sections appurtouant thereto, by grad ing, curbing and paving the same, the onliance for the same being on Hie in the office of the Clerk of said Citv of Ottawa, having applied to the County Court of La Salle County. Illi nois, I, r an assessment of the cost of said improvement according to the benefits, said assessment being payable In ten Installment, each bearing in feroaj at the rate of six per eent per n..mun, and an assessment therefor naVIng been made and returned to raid Court, the tinal hearing thereon win oe nad on the Z9U) day of August. A D. 1921, or as SOOH thereafter as the business of the Court will permit. All persons desiring may Hie objec tions in said Court before said day. and may appear on hearing aud makf their defense. Dated at the City ,,f Ottawa, Illinois, this 12ll day of August. A. D. 1 921 OWJ9N ANDKRSON. Appointed to make said apseagment Here is a chance for the toys as I elrls to earn a little spending money. The Free Trader-Journal wlR buy all the clean .rags that yon will bring to their office. Look srouad your home and see what you can gather up it the line of clean rags, any color. .. . ff. 7 Advertising 1 paoe rivi n AH Y mm 13 f APH LANDS FOR SALE Small farms near Otta wa, as follows: ' acres, welt Improved 4,t00 10 acres, garden land 10,000 54 acres, one-half cultivated... -0,500 55 acres, one-half tillable, bal. timber 6,000 40 acres, fairly well Improved. 13,00) 10 acres, three-fourths timber, small bldgs 2.500 115 acres, mostly black. Im proved J3,000 And others. Terms can be ai ianged . W. B. PUSEY. Central Life Bldg. Ottawa. Illinoia, 800 ACRES Improved farm In crops. Beautiful home. Will show photos. Small lake, big fi ,. 24 horses, 75 cattle, 25 hogs, crops, feed, and seed all go with sale. Accident compels owner to sell. Reasonable cash pay ment, balanco long time at 67. Here is an ideal place for a farmer and two sons to make a fortune as farm will sell much less than its value. George Crowden, Ottawa, IIL "Let George Do THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALEri. 115 West Main Street FREE T RADEK-JOURS AL PTt. CO, Publisher. NEW YORK REP RESENT ATTvEP j 8. C. Thels Company, 355 Fifth lift CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVE 8. c. Thels Company, 84 Moaadnoc Rioek i MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATIVE j S. C. Thels Company. 706 Lincoln Bid The Free TraderJournal may tm found at the news depots of Wheeler & Slain, Kneussl Brethbra and Pvle' Claar Store CHICAGO, OTTAWA, & PEORIA RAILWAY OTTAWA, ILL, Effective May 29th, 1821. EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CAM AT LOW RATES. EASTBOUND. Eastbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morrla, Mlnooka, Rockdale and Jollet, 111.; It 8. m. 5:40, b6:3o, 7:55, 9:55, 11:68, In p. m. 1:55, n2:55, 3:55, c4:68, n4:55, 8:05, 10:00. WESTBOUND. Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Utica, La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bureau, Prince ton In a. m. f5:55, g6:52 f8:25, f9:65, dl0:55, fll:55. In p. m. 11:55. f3;5, d4:55, f5:55, n-d6:66, d7:55, t9:6. SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Grand Ridge, McKlnley Park and Streator in u. m. 5:55. 7:55, 9:61, 11:56, In p. m. 1:05, 2:55, 5:56, 8;00, 10.00. b Jollet, dally except Sundays sad holidays. ' c Morris, d Ladd. t Princeton. 1 g Ladd, daily except 8ondays an holidays n Sundays and holidays only. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SATO MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPh'N FROM :4 A. M. TO 11 35 P. M. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Jollet, III., and Chicago A JoBel Electric Railway: $3.00 Round One Trip Way $1.85 (Return trip limited to ten davgi PAST FREIGHT tERWft. Phone Agent for ?ull Infamtitlon, y i wf Fit WA