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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1921.
OTTAWA FRfiK TRADKK - JOURNAL PACE SEVEN DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Olivia Qualifies 5omi poor 6ouf( C.NT 01(3 fJ BOX OF FlOAifcViO TO OnvlA ! CAN Vou flrAT it r BY ALLMAN OH. Olivia' vyuft nowt; jut ARftlVtPl Olivia IS 6 67 'i mo DRCSSflo to 00 to a diG PATy I I Thought TUMIOHl ano HFfiE ROSEwP DEAD wmE4 HP, FVpiNfrro iWT 6H0VJER OK P03IE.5 AT ME v -i .. GiRld -a-'ED "To STAY HOME BECrtiod Tllfc-V HAD NOTHING TO WEAR NOW LOU AT 'tM I 1 SHORT enough 'rai i M moif msrdi.se TMhv H& I, NOW, OLIVIA- 1 HAO NOTHING TO WfR- pi h 1 u as v""J li J V now lou t 'iim Ira COME ON I LET'S GO Auto 4 GOVERNORS ASKED BY HAROING 10 AID ni ordorlnf tha mlosri baoli to work iit minis here wer condemned foi what was ceiled "their disloyalty." FRESH AIR, SUNSHINE. PURE WATER AND MILK I 'A Classified Advcrtisi MPLOYED MEN HQ fssfntiai th imfawt i - i PRESIDENT ISSUES STATEMENT IN WHICH HE POINTS OUT NEED OF CONCERTED ACTION TO END INDUSTRIAL DEPRES SION NOW GRIPPING COUNTRY. Orl Waahinatoi HardlM laie Mondti ernora ami mayoi land Id CO0D nil in i Prealdcnl i uii' d upon lor throughout ih i tarryloi out re ommendationa ol the unemploymenl conference. in a white honaa atatamaiil the President pointed out thai tha confer eoes revealed a large volume of un employment and tha necessity foi community action fur relief p Iti.s call tha I'm aidant said : "Tho conference which I i cenlb summoned to Washington to ad viae uh to the unemployment situation has demonstrated ih.it an unusual a nounl uf unemployment exists and that potidiuK recuperation ul trade in -,t-nation cannot be met In due rg&rd tii our obligations and necessities, without a much more than ueual or ganization throughout those atatei and municipalities where urn mptey ment has reached coaakh rahle pro- portions "It is highly necessary thai more ac annua knowledge should be had. through such organisation, of tha vol dine and necessities oi the unentploy ed. it is essential taut the co-opera Uon of all sections ol each communit) should be brought Into action behind buch organization t provide work acd assistance that aig may ia.-s through the COIBlng winter without great suf fering and dlstn 38, ' I, therefore, appeal to tha kom m ors and mayors ol the nation that they should take the itepa recom mended by the conference. "In order that there may be unity of action ly all tin forces which may be brought to hear, whether govern mental or private, the unemployment conference la establishing an agency Itj Washington through which appro priate co-operation can be promoted, und through which reports on all progress and miki Stiona may he given general circulation and co-oper atlon. I trust this agency will be SUinortfd in this endeavor." Final plans for the central employ ment agency are practically com "'eted. conference officials said, and Secretary Hoover is to make an an nouncement today outlining the char- acter of the organisation. Colonel Arthur W .mds, former police commis sioner of New York, is understood to lie under consideration for appoint in' nt as head of the agency. Advisability of a federal bond leaui to create a loan fund to aid muaici- pp.! public workers in years Of depres sion when jobs are scarce was under "iisioerution by su'ucanmitt a of too conference. Stops have been taken hy city ol fleials of Boston aud Clevelend t; put into effect. h emergency relief pro gram adopted la.t week by I hi cjn ference, Secretary Hoovi r announced yesterday, adding that ai !i id bi'ei! informed unofficially that Portland, Oregon, and Milwaukct wen working along the same lini 8. Possibility of reducing the number of the nations unemployi I through use of undkllled woriuuen in construc tion of nt w highways iind In main tenance of roads aln i.!y built was dis cussed here yesterday by tho execu tive committee of tha National Asso ciation of state Highway officials. KANSAS MINERS VOTE TO REMAIN IDLE Pittsburg, Kan., Oct. 4. Several hundred miners meeting at franklin, near her,., Sunday voted not to return to work until Alexander Howatt, president of the Kansas miners' union and August Dorchy, vice president, are released from the Cherokee county jail and until the Kansas industrial oiirt law Is taken from the statut books. The union officials art ing terms for alleged violations ol law. Reaotuiona were adopted condemn ing Governor Henry J. Allen, the in Austria! law. the international miners" union and the international president. John u i t-wis. a resolution also car ried to call on all mine workers of the state to quit won., bttt a motion to CU11 on all miners of the country quit work did not receive support It was pointed out that If ail miners I ceam I work no one would be work-1 ing to provide funds to maintain those who quit their employment. Kansas delegates to the national' convention at Indianapolis who voted l to uphold President Lewis and the Springfield III. Oct I I'ure. (rush Sir, jiure water, sunshine and milk tire huid to be essential to child life, nays a bulletin is-ueii todgy by the state lelxtrtme.il of health Medical health I Officers, and public health QVUrsei have i been making a close study, in recent years, of malnutrition or undaruouv- I lauiiuol in children. This cofidltton, which is far more prevalent than the uninformed would aUMOSS. it has been discovered, will yield where chil dren are given periods l I rest in the opto air or In well ventilated rooms.; and -i diet of which pure milk forms un important part With the Sleep-1 tlon of iron, milk ki rich i . all of the alementa needed for body growth, us1 well as in the elements needed tor ! energy ami endurance. I The Infant mortality rate in the city t f New York has been reduced ' tram jt:: i per thousand in 18M to i 81 1; iwr thousand in 1919, and fore J most among the factors responsible ) for this accomplishment is better milk." in two decades in Chicago ' there lias been ii drop in the Infant mortality rate ol Bfty per cent, and that accomplishment has been cred ited tO two fat tors- the pasteurization of milk and the cMorlnatlon of the public water supply. Since July, 1916, all milk suld In Chicago has been pasteurized with the exception of about two jter cent which is known as "certified milk." Raw milk Is known to he a carrier for typhoid fever, infantile diarrhea, scarlet fever, diphtheria and several other diseases. A recent epidt mic of typhoid fever at Ffeeport waa traced to a milk dealer who furnished milk to fourteen or fifteen persons who were ill with the disease On the other hand. Chicago ha; not had a milk borne epidomie within tho last three and one half years. .1 fact duo largely to the pasteurization of milk. It has become an accepted fact that the known specific germs ( f many contagious diseases which may be, and frequently are, found In milk, are killed in the process of pasteurisation, Dr. I. n Rawllnga, director of public health, recently addressed the dairy men of Adams county on tins import ant topic with the result that the dairymen are now considering the plan of installing a community plant for tho pasteurization of milk. HELP VvNED I TOR JALE I wantkik- Qirl for geoeral house work. IngUiro .MitS. II C LOCK i wool i, ;:lii Congr is st. HOUSE8 WANTED Qir for pantry work; Hu per month, room and board Includ ed. Apply 0, C. BECKBK, Ottawa Colony, PARTNBR WANTED In local opu CSin that Is doing good business. no large amount oi capital required; gOOd l hance for live man, Address M . car,- Free Trader-Journal lor gen NEVOY A' ANTED Competent girl era! housework. Mits STRAWN, phone 93 ATTKNTION, Agents asd Mali Order Men You -an build up a good business which w,'l meun an ncoms for life. Send for fr-j booklet of unsolicited testimonials llko this lort Dodge, Iowa, Sept. n, ll!. fth.ujn.ttlam ll rb Company, D.ear lrs: Thu r,i:,n i tr, ,..,, . -- ...... . i.voiu nun juur liheumatlsm Herb.t only used It five days and be walked downtown two mile to seP me lust Sunday, and now his wife Is also tuklng tho Honb foot taths, so you see I got results the first time. Kespectfully, A. t. Hall. I'rlce $1 Pound, 15 Pounds $5. Rheu matUia Heib Co., K W, Ocean Park rial l-'Ht SAI.K -6-rOOU houno, West Side; city water; elet trie llghtl latHI, half down, balunce building and loan. W. B. PUSEY, 007 Central Life IlKIg. FOR SAI.K West Side floors; jiricti Ci ntral Lite House and ; 7 rooms; 12,800. W Mldg. g'o'l lot on hard WOO II PUSE1 FOR sai.k Mouses In South Ottawa 11,900, $:.! (i. 13,000 und 3,C00; well located and worth every cent asked for them. w. B, PUSEY, Cen tin l Life Ubig. LOST AND FOUND LOST -Gold octagon wrist watch, be tween Roddick library und Colwell apartments, on La Saiio st Phone "4J-K. FOR SALB-Lareo hoinut nt1 hnrn with corner lot on good street north Bide. Buildings could not be built for $7,000. Hut if I can turn ft within 30 days will Bell for less than half that amount. W. B. PUSEY, Central Life Rldg., Ottawa. 111. LOST Airdale pup, six-months old. Answers to name of Iluster. Find er kindly notify this office. Professional Cards Lsudable Ambition. Marjorit Do you know what I'm going to do, Itosie? I'm going m be cook hers when i get a little bigger, nml then I can boss mutumu.- lMiu buij.'b SOotsnian. THERON L. LENA M Warrick & Warrick CHIRCPRACT0R8. FOR SALE 7 room house, bath room, furnace, laundry, barn and garage. In first class condition, $5, 500, Also, 7 room, two story house, furnace, bath, very large lot, $4,500. S room house, hot water heat, all hard wood Hoor, laundry, barn, $7,J0O. All in Soutli Ottawa. Have many more, better bargains than those. Miss Oer trude Harris. FOR SALE 7 gas, electric room cottage, nace, bath, ga 7 room bouse. WANTED Tm LANM Op-in for business WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5th WANTED An outfit of baby clothe.:, usel or now; a young moltier In fa: West needs them and her husband rents his farm from a man in Ottau i who would pay what tho clothes an worth or dOMtS to any charily In your name. MISS LAUNIA ACS SK.M. 717 Clinton St,, will attend to details. Tel. 878-Y. WANTED A bouse and lo. tn (;ttawt In exchungo for raw land In Maul toba. Address A., care this office. WANTED To ask all men and bovs why rob yourself and soinebotlv to enjoy the fruits? BUV overalls. unionalla, shirts and Pants at tha (tt tawa Overall Factory. In the old high hool building, and enjoy the nroflta yourself. FOR SALE- a bargain. Son. Iron sale, may Inquire, J. O. be had Harris I'OR SALE Small farms near Otts Wa, as follows: ."' acrt s, well improved.. iu acres, ggrdCO lam! 'ii acrt's, one-half cultivated... 35 acres, one-liulf Hllabli!, baL timber 40 acres, fuirly weU Improved, 20 acres, throe-fourths timber, small bldgs 115 acres, mostly black. 'Ci pro wd Here, loiks, are some real opening fliers. Drop in am; see ihem; high grade standard reliable aUtOIBObllSjL BUppliea at the new lower prices In accordance with the times. $ 1,60! ltLOOt L0,60 i 6.0K 1.1.00 2.001 . . 23,00t Terms can bo ai Ami others, ranged . w. n. PTJ8ST, Central Life Bldg. Ottawa, llffnoti S 6,000 Mile Tires X I x :: X I X I .x 4 tl Edison . Edison Edison tires Kdi. on tires Non-skid tire WANTED Clean raes, any color. the Free Trader-Journal office. FOR SALE FURNITURE FOR SALE-Parlor suite, best of condition. Apply Superior St. 1'hono 5S-I-L. In 122 FOR SAI.K A pi al farm of 10 acres; one of the best in th county ; located northwest ef Ottawa half mile from school and five miles from another town nt -. I, .. W. B. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. FOB, SALE -138 acres t,f fairly wall unproved land adjoining the village! oi i roy orove. Anyone wishing to purchase a good farm and bom,. IHaol. iy located, had better come and sc'; ma at once. W!M. JAMISON, Room :iuC Armory 111k, Ottawa, 111. FOR SALE Standard mnkes of tires louver prices. $ 7.45 9.75 18.50 19.00 15.00 at the new ho '30 x 3 x 3' Quarantei d tubes $1.75 I Edison guaranteed tubes 1.95 1 special lot of new uon-akid tires 30 x at. $8.45 HOUSEHOLD GOODS room cottage, bath, lights, $2,800; also 6 hardwood floors, fur , laundry. $5,000; and hot water beat, coal FOR hoifkt St. SAI.K 1 for r Hon nt. iehoid f 1 nl uire used in 19J0 for heating an dcooklng cost $5t.0i); tKith, flno electric fix tures, gus, laundry, large barn; will be sold at a bargain. All in Bast Ot tawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. wood, for FOR SAI.K Some dry oak stoe, fireplace or furnace. F. C. A LBRECHT Phone 934 X 1111 Popular Ps'mor Hen 00; Graduate Room 212-14 central Life Qulldlng Ottawa, LU. Phone 100S. Uours: 1012 i-h i-t Dr. C. A. Blcan , CHIROPRACTOR. FOR SALE New brick li roc-m bunga low, modern, in first class condl , Uon, $5,300; also i; room house, fur I mice, bath, gas, laundry, $3,&00; and I 7 room house, oak and enamel wood work, hardwood floors, very large front porch, newly painted and dec orated, $8,000; all In West Ottawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. for Phi SALK me 486- MISCELLANEOUS To Congress Hours; 9-12 a m 1-4 Ltcenseo by Illinois State Health Ul-112 Moloney Bldg. Phone p. m. Bo.rd of 6I0-R FOIt SALK- Poland China BtOC hogs; big type; March farrow weigh over 21B1 lbs. gootl ont s; mar ket price. W. w. watts, Phone 1)145-2, Ottawa, ill. very' Ml acres. Wust('as a floor. J barn and The house limits. Iture and 60 r.crc3 2 Clinton &e h ' -1 I same soil. Level, an corn crop will do. Prt these I arms. i personally properly and terms to riin cider trade or property or stock of goods George A. Crowden Ottawa, Illinois Phone 1058. 613 First Ave. si fine rich soil, as level Brick home and large other improvements, is practically in city just a half mile fron farm on hard road, good improvements, ideal farm. Present will show what land war prices on both . 1 own trie above will make easy party. Will con small place, citv Accessories s n a anasuDgmes 3L M small classy lumn mode . pair serv- the to I .is I Dr. C. F. Van Atta Buccessor to Dr. Henog. Phono 101B-W Offlce 404 Central Life. LEGAL ADVERT ING NOTICE. Mr. FOR SALE 7 room bungalow with large front porch, hot water heat, fine bath room, large barn; two lots, $4.r,oo.oo; an 8 room modern house, With glassed sun parlor, in Center Ot tawa; large lot, $8,000.00. Miss Ger trude Harris. FOR SALK -Kindling wood Bros., Ottawa, 111. Sinnot 1 FOR RENT FOR RKN'T FUraishedl rooms for light housekeeping. Call 15-217 Main St. FOR SAI.K used only cause for B corn down 1 A. KRFO. Corn huaker one season; gi ailing, a wlr 10 I cannot 11 I 'hone Count 1! t ; lias od as rm it. t HAS. FOR SALE Some fine well seasoned fence some wood for fireplace BRECHT, 1111 l'oplur 034-X, white oak. posts; also F. C. AL St. Phone CHICAGO, OTTAWA, & PEORIA RAILWAY $7.'0 Bright Ray sofltlight) ten! i" I Sander's price .... Spai k Plugs, values tt I pice, 3 for $4.00 Nickel Bar Radi Ford Nickel Ih'.r Caps, for ! $1.00 Crease dims, Sa I $2. HO Pumps, see them at.... I $.-1.00 Army Auto Jacks $10.00 6-ton Heavy Duty Jack i fora Ejectrio Head Lai tor Extra Large Steering w Fords, Sander's price Large Steering Wheels Ford Wheels, $6.00 gn 80 x 3, Sanders sells $(1.50 Genuine Stewart driven Electric Horns Etellnera for your tires Inside Htiot.s, all si?es Evergrlps regular $1.00 size patching outfit, S a n d e r ' 8 special at Genuine Ford floor mats, $2.00 grade. Buy them now at $2.95 I, our 1.00 lap, . 1.25 kind 75 price .50 1.25 2.25 4.50 size hem at Motor at. any 3.75 3.50 1.45 3.50 3.50 1.50 .25 .50 1.00 COM PL E AND TE TOP OUTFITS FOI-iD PARTS. ind All Whom It May Frank Mini Concern: Take notice that on the ird day ol October a petition was Qled by John Unstuck In the County Court of La Salle County, Hitnoto, to have two certain children named Louis Mini and Adamb Mini declared dependent and to take from von the euutndv nnrt guardianship of said children and for the appointment of a guardian for sai.i children. Now, unless yon, Mr. Frank Mini appear within twenty days alter the date of this notice and show cause against such application the petition shall be taken for confessed and a decree entered. T. A. FERGFSON. Clerk of the County Court of La Salle County. Hated Oct. 3. 1921, FOR RENT 6 room apt . with every modern convenience, close to the business district, Address B, care this office. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE Three bowling alleys, pool table, cjgar wall, easily cases, chairs, safe, rash register, supplies, cheap. 60 South Broadway, Aurora. Care Aurora Beacon-News. OTTAWA. ILL. Effective May 29th, 1821. EXPRESS HANDLED ON .iLL CAR) AT LOW RA fES. MISCELLANEOUS "TWENTY ACRES AND PLENTY" Five book about Florida. Tells tho truth. Monthly payments, easy terms. Orange groves planted. Sylvester E. Wilson, Dept. T-282. Orlando, Fla. EASTBOUND. Eastbound cars leave Ottawa U tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Mortlj Hinooka, Rockdale and Jnujt, ill li a. in. 0:4u, bt::3."i, 7:55, !i:;,5, U:5J in p. in. l:,,.,, n2;55, 3:&5, c4 ui-.oi, 8:05, 10:00. Watch Our Windows BUY AUTO SUPPLIES AT FOR SAKE Ford roadster; rour new cord tiros, four new fenders, new hood, winter top; all in Al shap-.; $850; a good buy for someone. Ad dress l euro this office. FOR SAI.K A UoiR class condition, c a roadster; ill 68-W or first IT'.t X. un i In ternaional organisation in the matter i M. C. Latta, official messenger, leaving the White I;ou4e for th. Senate, with the peace treaties b tween the United States ant Ger many, Austria and .Hungary, foi ratincatiun. NOTICE. Johnson & Carr and Robert C. Carr Solicitors. Estate of Anna Larson. Deceased. Police is -hereby given that tin uersigned, Administratrix of the es tate of Anna Larson, late of the County of La Salle and State of Illi nois, deceased, will appear before the Probate Court ol said ( ountv, on the Ilrst Monday (being the Dittl day) Dl December, 1981, at the Probate Court Room, in Ottawa. In said ('out v. vrhec and Where all persons having claims or demands against said .Mate are notified to attend and prevent the same In writing for adjusment Dated the ttth dav of September A. L). 1021. LIZZIE LARSON. Administratrix. THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALCri 115 West Main Street. FREE TRADEH -JOURNAL PTt. CO. Publlthers. NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Thels Company, 355 Fifth Ave BUSINESS NOTICES F.A. K0SS0W ROOFING CO. Tar and Gravel Roofers All Work Guaranteed 505 Second St. La Salle, IlL Telephone 1 30 CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Thels Company, 864 Moaadnoct RlocX. MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATIVR 3. C. Thelit Company, 706 Lincoln Did The Free Trader Journal may be found at the news depots of Wheel & Malo, Kneussl Brethera and Py lo Cbiar Store. RENOVATING Mattresses, Featherbeds and Pillows renovated and made over. Box Springs, Sofa and chair seat Springs reset and repaired at reason able prices. Pbonc 837-X or send to GEORGE BAUCHLE 1519-1523 Main St. West S da WESTBOUND. Westbound cars leave OtUn tlon for Utica, La Salle, Peru, Valley, Ladd. DePue, Bureau, ton in a. m, f 5 : 6 5 , c6:58 f8-25 dlO:55. fll:55. tn n m ri ':.r. dt:,r.5, f5:55. ti-dfi:56. d7:r5, f : 66 8OUTHB0UND. Southbound cars have Ottawa tior. for Or,-i.r,,j Ridgo, McKlntey Pari stio Htreator In a. m. 5:55, 7:6.", y 11:65. In p. m. 1:66, 3:55, 5:&u! 8 10.00. b Jollet, dally except Sundays hoiiaaya, c Monia. d Ladd. f Princetou. (f Ladd, daily -icept Sundays noiianye, u Sundays and holidays cnly. ALWAYS BUT TICKETS ANO IAV MONRY. H( KET OFFK'K OPVTN A II. TO 11 : p FROM U. " ! la m si Ml I'rliice Antn I lil III t)v I Paris Via TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Jollet, Nt and CMcaio A Jolt Electric Railw.-v Round Trio (Retjrn trip Halted to ten caywj $3.00 FA8T FREIGHT SERVICE Phone Agenta for Full Information 229 W. Main St. w" Jiff Corner Clinton Phone 169 n