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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL
PACE StVEN
U. S. SENATE REPEAL!
EXCESS PROFIT TAX;
DEBATES NEAR END
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Just When She Wanted to Make a Hit
BY ALLMAN
mm-
WHAT 5 THE
MATTER HONEY?,
n
NOW 0O(?l5 DON'T
LtLT THAT kVJTHRYOU
FOr? A MINUTE JUST
1 Ell ME vjh AT Vou'D
BURMED
'EvERVTHimG
AND MY CAKE
I S FLAT
h
5
LIKE TO HAVE.'
DECISION 18
POSE or
CLOSE OF
REACHED
M E At U rtc
PRESENT
TO DIE
t'.rroRE !
WLEK ,
CONTINUOUS
ARANDONCD.
SESSIONS PLAN
THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 27, 1921.
( y 7 2k?BiSar V, Us- G&N TONIGHT.'!
I ksaj A asjs I 1 1 ' 11
ioh-mi mi u nTA,jAci r.
Tl
Washington, Oct tentatlvu
freemen) in voii; p;i lj ialei tax
oml Dully dlspo a i the lax revision
bill before Dm- i :ui o( the week was
rem had i' !o ' ! i i .i Ivocatea
ami ropub'! afiu MMkl ill lo rata in tlia
senate.
Tli agreement was propoaed by
Son SlinmoiiM, rnnklriK democrat of
the. aanata finance committee! Tba
jii.ui in keep the senate In contlnu
oils MM ion i stall j'Ulay, was abate
do' "'i temporarliy.
The scliate adopted an agreement.
fu...,, i p, in. tomorrow as tin- bour
fur a voii' on Um proposed Increase
In 111'' corporation Incino tax from 10
to lfi per cent An amendment offer
ed by s'imtor Wahii, democrat, pro
poslni a graduated corporation tax
starting at u'-j nor cent on corpora
tions with InwpiBjm 104,000, and in
creasing to ts 1'ir eenl on corpora
tions with 600,00p Incomes, will be
considered after fhe Hat Increase pro
posaj is disposed of
The is nets italy adopted the sec
tion of the hill repealing II v ess
profits tax on Jan. 1, IM1,
Sen itfd. Tnumnell, La Follette,
Hitchcock and thers attacked the
repeal during the four hours of de
bate. Hy a vote of SI f"r to 43 against
the Henate rejected an amendment by
Ben. Reed t- retain reduced taxes on
excess profits alter the Erst of next
year. The ainendaient would have
raised IJOO,OOO,OO0 revenue annually
he said.
The Missouri senator then offered
another amendment retaining a Hat
tax of lo per cent on all net Incomes
of !io per cent or more on invested
capital. The amendment was reject
ed, 3.'! to IL'
Chairman Penrose predicted the tax
hill will he passed and sent to i on
feronce before the end of the week.
He added:
"After the excess profits section
wan disposed of only four high spots
remain. They are the question of a
graduated corporation tax, the tax
on undistributed profits of corpora
tions, an Increase In the estate tax
and the sales tax.
"The backbone of the effort to
waste time has been broken now. No
lat erotruni ha beta worked out,
but fifty-two senators, for the first
time In the history of the senate, j
have signed a pledge to maintain a 1
Quorum as long as necessary. When
ever there is an apparent attempt tol
delay consideration this pledge will ;
TEACHOUT
5c, 10c, 25c
and
VARIETY STORE
9 Quart Extra Deep
Aluminum Preserv
ing Kettles. Sun
Ray Finish makes
easier to clean,
each $1.45
10x15 Sheet Iron
Drip Pans, each . 19c
Large Size Japanned
Coal Hods, at . 49c
Crystal Stand Lamps,
3 sizes each with
Gold Band Fount,
base and
chimney, No. 2
clincher collar .$1.35
8 cup Muffin Tins,
Strong solid frame,
also has eyelet for
hanging, each ... 19c
14 Quart Tin Dish
Pans, look at the
price 19c
6 Quart Enameled
Preserving Kettle, 39c
Plain White Cups and
Saucers, these are
full size, St. Denis
shape, and have a
good white glaze.
It will pay you to
buy a half dozen
or more at this
price. Cup and
saucer complete . 15c
No. 1 Carpet Brooms
made of good qual
ity corn and are 4
sewed. Brooms
that will stand up
with use, each . . . 39c
be used to speed up the bill."
Sen Wadsworthi rapubiioan, today
Introduced an amendtnenl to levy a
tax of tin cents a gallon on beer ami
$140 a gallon on all distilled liquor
used inr medicinal or beverage pur
poses The bill as pending in the
senate levies a tax of a gallon
on lkU0r and no tax on wine or bo '
Sen. raider has pending an amend
men! to 'ax beer and wine 18 a bar
rel ami liquor J6.40 a gallon. The
Calder amendment provide- for a re
bate of 4,40 a gallon when the liquor
is ussd'for Industrial purposes.
Sen. Penrose said that the finance
Committee Is not concerned about the
tax oa beer, wine and liquor "I hes
itate to say anythlliK about It." be
staled, "because the thing is more or
less a hysterical Issue."
SERLNA
Mrs
spent
.1. Middleton
last Saturday
or
at
Mlllington
the White
home.
All- I
.1. Marshall
lit til
i ml w itb relativi
Aurora,
n is Vll
.Mis r ii. Bowms
Auburn, nd,
Mrs M ary Pocock i
ll)
-it nu
lie
Bowman home.
The 8. I. C. will meet with Mis
Inc;: Pooler Thursday evening, Nov. :i.
Mr. and .Mrs. J B. Bastion, Mis.
Paulino Baatian and Mrs. P. Marshall
and daughter, Miss Ruth of Chicago,
visited their cousin, Miss Adele Ber
nard, last Tuesday.
BOYS AND GIRLS!
We have arranged to take the en
tire output of a manufacturer of a
high grade line of Sporting goods
our pri; es are rock bottom, no middle
men or retail profit.
Foot Balls Rugby regulation size,
with guaranteed nana made blad
der, -
Soccer Balls and Punchings Bags with
guaranteed liar.d made bladder, 'l
each.
H. NICHOLSON CO.
HUBBER SUNDRIES
224 Akro" c-"i-qs A Loan Bids.
AKRON, OHIO
AGENTS WANTED These boils will
retail for $lli each. Bell your friends.
II
Special This Week
Boys' Suit Sale ;
Boys' Knickerbocker
Suits with two pair pants.
Up to date patterns, all
wool. Priced
$8.98
$9.98
$10.98
W. R. Vott
Ed.
IF GLASSES ARE
NECESSARY
to enable you to see normally, by far
the most important duty before you
is to have vour eves examined.
Neglect of the eyes is the most seri
ous neglect imaginable and the com
monest. i
Seven out of every ten people need
our services, and if you are one of the
seven let US give you early attention
Call anytime.
We Grind Our Own Lenses.
W. H. Law
Optometrist and Optician
824 La Salle St.
OTTAWA. ILL.
OPf-N EVENINGS TOO.
IlllllllllilllllllilW
'i he pastor U iwoll pleased with thi
renewed Interest that baa been takei
in ii" Sunday icbool. Although we
art -tin amall in numbers, it is hoped
that by the united effort of all our
i '. ;i h and Sunday school will have a
kb.i ions year. Sunday school begin
at i i a. m. sharp. Look l r lb ' n v
Sunday school orchestra. Next Sun
day evening at 7 o'clock will tak"
pluci (.iil regular preaching service
on Hi - no mi . "Tin Ai Id Teal of
i brlstianlt)
the special
t HUH
id heat
mil 'is.
THE
NEWEST
OF
WALL PAPERS
AT
25
TO
33!, PER CENT
DISCOUNT
All
Sort of
Exterior and Interior
Finishes
Get Our Cash
Prices on
Lead and Oil
Wheeler
and
Viaio x
Ottawa
You can't tell
What That Cold Will Develop Into
BE SAFE, TAKE
32 CALIBERS
ron coidv heoche.
uiarLrsi". LM UKO-Kt.
lIMCTIu:.K l-iB,dM,..'ll,lil,.tt. .7
u kli, lift, oa, , , ,9a,
.' e 'i i.e .... , I ...r. p.,
V ..V '. . " ,,nl"
VW. O. OUIMCAtSI.
iiii.mi'
WM. D. DUNCAN
DRUGS
Si
5
urn
ATTKNTION, Acents and Mail
Order Men. Vou inn build up a food
business which will mean an nrome
for life. Send for fr.:-j boiklet -if
Unsolicited testimonials like thin
Tort Dodge, Iowa, Sept. ti, laiJ
Rheumatism Herb Company. Doot
The man I treated with you'
Rheumatism Ilc-rba only iised it five
days and he walked downtown two
miles to see "id lust Sunday, and now
hi -j wife is also taking the Herb foot
baths, so you see ( got re-sulis kio
brst time. Respectfully, a. D Hail
Trice Jl Pound, lj Pie.nda Ij. liheu
matism H"ii Co., K SH7, Oc- an Pari,
tab
OR RENT
FOR RENT Furnlahad rooms for
light housekeeping, ('all -li-i!l7
Main St.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Octagon i-hap. ii wrist
watch I
ami ribbon in down town
district. I
Finder kindly return to this offii
receive reward.
and
!
,n inad between)
a iii.nl-. neckDlece: i
I.
be glvenesapiione '.'i 1-X.
i LOST Airdale pup, six-months did.
i Answers lo name of Buster. Find"
er kindly notify this office.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR
I'll
ALE
'1 p
for SALE Tbree bowling alleys,
pool table, cigar wall. :. ndy case",
chairs, safe, 'ash register, supplies,
cheap. 01) South Broadway, Aurora.
Care Aurora BOOOOB-News.
Legal Advertising
PROPOSALS FOP PAINTING.
lib
CT2 m & -a
iiiAUTOWOBILES
till!
posa
i.i
spi.cltic.iln -is an prepared therefor
by JaHcju F. Richardson, Jr.. archl
tect, Mix Central Life Building, Ot
tawa, Illinois, where copies ot sami
may be procured,
A certified chuck of $100 must nc
company the bids as an evidi ncc ol
good (hlth.
RECTOR C. HITT,
Chairman of said committee.
Ottawa Mlineis. October, 18, 1921.
keurmlgia.'
PAINS, tic
onnl 3 t,r ik,n
j... .......
-'Jf. lull I
rOR SAIL
HOUSES
FOR RENT
Five-room houxe, West
Sldi
flats.
$14; ulso two very desirable
v. P.. PUSEY,
Central Life Bid
FOR SAI.K rj-rooin house, West
Side; city water: electric llhti?;
MOO, half down, balance building and
loan. V. B. I'USEY, 507 Centra Mfo
Bldg.
FOR BALE House and food lot on
West Side; 7 rooms; burd wood
floors; price $2,8110. V. Ii. PUSEY,
Central Life I'.ids.
FOR SALE Large house and barn
with corner lot on K::d otreet,
north elde. Buildings could not. be
built for $7,000. Iiu. if I can turn it
within 30 days will boII for less than
half that amount.
W. B. PUSEY,
Central Life Bids;., Otuwa. III.
FOR SALE -7 room house, bath j
room, furnace, laundry, barn and
garage, in first class condition, $5,-'
00 7 V . . . . ' I I Wt Dl,,.V llMM
furrmM) hath nm l,,t t.l -.lift
v ..... i.... .". - i '.. i
wood iloor, laundry, barn, 7,2oo. All
'n South Ottawa. Havo many more,
better bargains than these. Miss ler-
tiuile Harris.
FOR SALE 7 mom cottage, bath,
gas, Plectric lights, $2,S00; also 5
room cottage, baidwood floors, fur
nace, bath, gas, laundry, ff.OOO; and
7 room bouse, hot water heat, coal
used in 1920 for heating r:i (Looking
cost $50.00; bath, fine electric fix
tures, gas, laundry, large barn; will
be sold at a bargain. All in East Ot
tawa. Miss Gertrude Harris.
FOR sale -New brick r, room bunga
low, modern, in first class condi
tion, $5,300; also fi room house, fur
nace, bath, gas, laundry, $;:,f,i)0; and
7 room house, oak and enamol wood
work, haitlwood Ihvjrs, very large
front porch, newly p tinted and dec
orated. $5,000; all In West Ottawa.
Mi.s.s Gertrude Harris.
FOR
Ian
One i
I4.60C
with i
tawa;
trude
ALL 7 room bungalow with
front porch, hot water beat,
... Ts SS SerHout1
assed sun parlor, in Center Ot
in;
lot, $3,000 On. Mli
h Ger-
Harris.
car. with
Lgbts ami in
icallv. If vol
d to di
AT
AM i
Anil
also have to olfer genuine
i urtains, compli te stock
lining, vslv ' grinders, all
atches, polish, coils, flasb
w ri nchos, in i. and rear
d.
new ami us(
s, Hydro-Tcri
n a logical n
Edi
i) i '
WHO WANTS
To buy a Ma.wv. ii touring car? W"
nave one to sell you. and if you :;eo Oa
before Sunday you will get .1 real bar
gain. SANDERS,
259 Wt.it Main St. Phone
On the corner of Clinton.
FOR RAI.K Fntft roadster; tour nn
cord tires, foil- new fenders, ne?c
hood, winter top; all in Al lhapQi
IJ50; a toad buy for BoUfeone. A6
'o m tmr thin nPieo
FURNITURE
FOR SALE Parlor suite, in very
best of condition. Applj 121 West
Sil lor St -'hot-" M i I.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
Full SAI.K- Household lurnilure and
liiuise for rent. Inquire til1 Cllnto
at.
TOR BALE CHEAP -Electric washer
in first class condition, liinned: ite
actios necessary. c;,ii 71:: W'alaul
Advertising
WANTED
i w ANTED A hoasi
In exchanae ."or r
i.d lo: In (jtuw
a itiiui lu Maul
i toba
Address A.
care 'his offlce.
I 77'
l'OR SAM-; Iron Bate, may be bad at
a bargain. Inquire, J. o. Harris &
j Son.
WANTED Clean rag.-i, any c.ior,
the Kree Tih.-.t-Joi i mu office.
MISCELLANEOUS
ITHOS. TULLY is new offering the
following produce: Potatoes, ap
I pies, grapes ami cabbage, at price-,
j that will please you. The cabbage h
line lor kraut. Delivered to any part
I of the city. La Salic St., Ot
tawa, 111.
Professional Cards
Dr. C. F. Van Atta
Buccessor to Or. Ilonoa
Phcne ioin-v
O'tlce 4(,4 Central Lire
K.Ar Mom mul IHMSt
THERON L. LENA M
Warrick & Warrick
CHIRCPPArTORS.
Palmer Reboot (irntiunt
Room .';12-14 Centrsl Life Mufldlng,
f'JttawK. IH.
Ollii
I'll
loos, ttfig,
10-13.
I'h
1110 L
Dr. C. A. Clean
'HIROPRACTOR.
Hours; 9-li a m.. 1-4 p. m.
LloenatMi Illinois State ttord
Mepith
111-112 Moloney Bldg. Phone 6ir-R
BUSINESS NOTICES
F.A.K0SS0W ROOFING CO.
Tar ar.J Gravel Roofi'rs
All Work Guaranteed
305 Second Si. La Sa!lc, III
CcleDhorM1 i 30
RENOVATING
Mattresses, Fcither'oeds and
renovated ard made over.
Pillows
Box Springs, Sofa and chair seat
Springs reset and repaired at reason
able priors.
Ptiono 837-X or send to
GEORGE BAUCHLE
1519-1523 M-iin St. West Side
THE FREE TRADER-JOURNAL
aimD FAIR OF.ALau
115 Wett Main
FREE TRADEK-JOURNAL PTG. to,
Publlthers.
NEW TORK REPR E8KNTAT1V38
S. C. Theis Company, 355 Fifth Ave.
CHirACO REPRESENTATIVES
S. C. Thels Cunciiii'. S$4 kloaodnOCI
Ulock.
MINNEAPOTJS REPRESENTATIVE
S. C. TneiS Company. 7W Lincoln Hid
The Kreo Trader -Journal may h !
found at the new;' depots of Wbeelei
I Male. Knottssl Hrothem nud Fvl' I
These Want Ads
Go Into Thous -
arids of Homes:
Read them ami profit.
i FMM LANDS
LOR SALT'" - Small farms near Otta
wa, as follows:
a acres, well Improvd $ 4,500
tO acres, gnrd. n land 10,000
S4 acres, one-hall cultivated... 10,5o0
ib acres, oue-hc.lf Llllable, btL
timber 6.000
j 40 acres, fairly well Improved. 13.00J
I 20 acres, three-tourthj timber,
small blda 2.608
315 acres, mostly black, 'm-
proved 23,000
Ami others. Terms caa be or
! ranged .
W. Ii. USEY.
Centr;!.! Life :ig Ottawa, Illinois.
FOR SALE -133 acres of fairly well
improved land adjoining the village
of Troy Grove. Anyono wishing to
purchase a good farm and homo, ideal
ly located, had better come and seo
me at unce.
VM. JAMISON,
Room .100 Armory L'llc, Ottawa, 111.
FOR SALE -160 acri, well Improved
am! line location 6d hard road be
tween Ottawa and I'tiea; price right
V. I:. PU8EY, Central Life Bldy.
FOR SALE
'27 acres, just, oil t side city limits, in
I. a Salle enmity. Fourteen acres un
der cultivation, l ive aires that can
iie cultivated. Orchard. Some tim
ber. An Ideal place lor grapes, fruit
ami chickens. Good 2-story home,
barns, etc Pari cosh,
1 -2 ocn line rich soil, as level as
a iloor. Brick borne and large bam
land oilier Improvements The house
Id practically in city limits.
160 acres, Just a halt mile from the
I above (arm, on hard road. Same soil
I Good improvements. Level. An ideai
rm. i resent corn crop win show
i ;t land will ilo Pre-war prices on
I both these forms.
Will consider trade on small plad.
I city property or : :toi of goods.
i
George A. Crowden
Outwit, Illinois
Phone 1053. 6! 3 First Ave,
CHICAGO, OTTAWA,
ORiA RAILWAY
OTTAWA, ILL.
Effective Oct. 9th, 1921.
EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CAKS
AT LOW RATES.
EASTHOUND
Kastbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris,
Minooka, Rockdale nnd Joliet, 111., in
a. 1:1. 6:00, 7:5".. 9:55, 11:05. In p.
1:55, c4:
"5, 8:u5, 10:00.
WESTBOUND
Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring
Valley. Ladd. Del'ue, Bureau, Prince
ton in a. in. a."j. 55, gli;52, fS:50, a!:55,
dl0:55, fll:55, In p. m., al:55, f 3 : 55,
a5 : 55, 17:55,. dl0:00.
SOUTHBOUND.
Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Grand Ridge, McKinley Park
and Btreator in a. ni., 5:55, 7:55,
11:55. In p. in., 1:55, 3:55, 5:55, 10.
a La Salle.
c. Morris, daily except Sundays
and holidays.
A Ladd.
t- Princeton.
g Ladd, daily except Sundays and
holidays.
ALWAYS BUY TICKET8 AND SAVB
MONEY.
TIC
I'ii'.: OPEN PROal C:10
I. TO 11:3a P. M.
TICKET FARES TO
CHICAGO
Via Joliet, III., and Chicago & Jolict
Electric Railway.
3M ST
One
Wjv
$1.85
(Return trip limited to ten days.)
Vh,,. r ,r fu!, information.
r- MS rS' '
SfJ. Ji. BOBBSSU
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