TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1921.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Tom Takes Too Much for Granted
OCCUPY PLACE 0E
TOM, I bought Voo A chamce
Ticket on a box of hive
HUNDWF-D f-'INE ClGA5 TODAY -
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Wotnl igton, N'v I The body of
America a unknown horo will grrive
In V.'.i hfnrton Wednen.lay afternoon
or ovi ning mill will Ho In itate in the
rotuiwlii hi toe agpitol until Friday, II
Ml ui: ,1 totlav
The public mill those ofllclal dele
gattoqs and societies which have been
i t'n pi-emission in place wreaths on
Hir bier win in admitted in the rotuu-l
da from s a. m. until in p in. Thurs
day, it M: stated, but no one will be
admitted after that hour during 'the
solemn night preceding the Interment
at Arlington. Permits have already
bean issued to more than sixty organ!
rations, societies ami foreign diplo
matic repi tieenlslli ss to place decora
tions on the casket.
Four American Indian i-hinfs each a
tribal bro wljl pay to t lit- unknown1
dead i Arlington next Friday the
highest honors known to their rare by
placing on the casket s coup stick
and war bonnet Plenty Coos of the
Crows. I .cine Wolf of the Kiowas, ami
Amos Red Owl and Stranger Horse o(
the sioux were chosen to confer the
decoration by Commissioner of Indian
affairs Burke, because ol thelri
prominence In the history of the wesl
ESaeh Is a high chief In bis tribe audi
ha fought American soldiers. They
win he dressed In full war regalia.
The coup stick, pronounced "koo" is,
several feet long and was carried by
triors who considered it s brave
to tom b an enemy during a
fiufct When a warrior did so he rut
S notch in the Mick or attached to It
The war bonnet was regarded by
thflj warrior as the most Important
article of his regalia and only proven
braves were allowed to wear one. T he
Ion lilunie was made from eagle
ft-athi-rx Consent of the tribe had to
beEbtaioed to make a war bonnet and
thA making was an occasion for much
ceremony including singing and har
angues. Kach time a feather was laid
iji ilace the chief recounted the parti
cular deed It represented A perfect
consisted of twelve feathers,
white plumes and black tips.
thirds Sutton and sist
callers Thursday evening
RCd Woodward of South Ottawa, a
former Sandy Ford resident, was
Bhtutlng hands with Streator friends
cn Wednesday afternoon.
M. D. Lefiessurler called on rela
tives in tlijn igpmmunity Siturlay
niorr.ing. having come from Pontfao
on his way home to Chicago, Is auto
George Walking and wife of the
KMe wire Ottawa c.illers Thursday.
ilr. and Mrs. William Crumrine and
dtHghter, Miss .Maude w ere Btreator
($ r w dne day.
Jni': and .Mrs. load Were r Cent Ut-
airs. Arthw If. RIack was hostosa
toSthe 0. W S. (Tub at her home on
ifiirsday 'afternoon. Th'-re was a
vezy gi od attendance and the day
wiV a pretty autumn one. Beeid
tht) mi iii hers . si vera ' visitors wi re
pjBSettt. After the a ljeiirninent of
thji business session the rest of the
tifee was spent 'n a social way. The
eijjb will mi et again in South Ottawa
township with Mrs. Watts. Among
tl visitors weri Mrs. Uberl r
Mis, Mrs. William QeiboHt and Mr-.
t'ti of Kmin.Ston. 111. She ui!l be per
bftT perhaps-' 'romemred h -re as Mrs.
falter Foglfe transact' I business ii
firtijid EUdge theflrst of the week,
Jflr. and Mrs.' A, Ives departed on
Thirsdny tdt. till South, where they
have spent many wint Ts. lb ir desti
MOT 111!! UOlilH V 1,11
JIr. and Mrs. (
lif their gut st Hi
Mr Skinner's iiv
nation being (Taremo.it. Kla.
(.he --ter Skinner bad
the first of the week
uotli .r, Mrs. Toney ,J.
,lrs. Efianry Mullen and .-ist r, Mrs
,!v Naughton, wcnl to Btreator on
TBc-Eday, having been call d then b.
tha serious eonditlcn of their broth r,
Vwltam Phcatland, whi met with a
Baflous automobile accident
(wi Antrum was a recent Caller ii
Jar. Kriiie Antrim rlc'-.cd straw
'orrlr from her patch recently and
had a ahertcakq tor dinner.
Mr. anfl Mrs.lvln Doty entertain-
nl mgjjtHa$iijor;i of f-tr. ator one
day pa: ,'. ek.
MMfOrviHc Woodward Is somewhat
hetttJ.-irater a tew days' Iilnesr..
Mff W A-.tl: c-lc!,Til of South
Otti!fl. .. towr d;ip' entertained com 1
panyA Wfin Orad Hld'to a day tlv
woek ! a '
MfXVQoty v'l'-d on loial friends .
the first Jif i in- week.
Fr ji.Vlj'c ?k metered to town Satuv-1
.-i ..it . -
of Grand Ridge transacted
.in Streator oO .Wednesday.
Ina mith s'loppcd in Ot
ater p; rt of the week.
viti Jltj'i-j o-.n, a -.1 t'ie II Rlnpk '
'Mf Hiley was a village caller re
ently. ' i
Mr.'Mti Mas.- .less Dilley have :- ;
thtir'tiUPt Mrs. Wiley s mother. Mrs !
Maritff it- mm Montana.
MteiiVrii I'Tyjle entertained a mini
bor M frimds at h r home one even-!
Ing BlA Inter part of the week.
ToVhei.Kors, wile and baby wer
miffgJH t jjfy v un trienas near
Mr". 'STinte of Deer Park township
tranjajsted businis.j in Ottawa r
t C til
Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Hodgron and
rianrhtT fntcrtHined a number of rel
ative's . to. uinuiif in honor
Hodefn s. utiin humt from
dgfn's, iiyn .hum
Kev. Norman B. Qui-c. pastor of SI
"fUrsfWertf tertBhied lr mot he
Irs. D. '. Mills, and sister. Mr
'fjwif rnrTT- also sistcr-iu-law, Mn
a a y .
M , '.,'
Now Burch Is in a beck of a lix, to
use strong language, lie says he is i
sane. I latest phase! while his lawyer
insists that he's cuckoo. A slight
misunderstanding between the two.
Or can it be that Burch is crazy and
doesn't know it?
How Does Premier Bryan Stand?
Premies Briand of Prance would re
surrect the League of Nations and call
it "Hi 9 Disarmament Conference.''
France with the largest standing
army in the world today, might well
get in on the conference.
Again we say: ancnumi is
right" Now Pershing and Rliss are
out for disarmament The victors in
the last war have been suffering with
the vanquished. Read Will Iryin's
book on til- subject of "The Next
War '' Roddick's library lias it. Irwin's
views in the Saturday Kvening I'ost
on future problems hav been inter
esting reading during the past live
veins His books on "The Next War"
measures up to the standard. We
mav be so bold to cull It his master
Watcon is right, also. We know of
several soldiers who were shot with
out the formality of court martial In
the late war. But we are unable to
enlighten the Georgia senator on any;
charges of hanging. Probably soldiers
were hung with the famed Washing
ton red tape instead or rope.
9 effect of B modern worm war
cause others than the astror.o-i
to reckon in trillions.
Could there not be,
ence for the 'imitation
al bloviation? .
also, a confer
Says cur friend and
It": "Some elopement:
the fact that the re art
pre etits In sight."
If vou must throw,
words are danee;ous.
Gentlemen of leisure w ho might- he
good snow shovelers are preparing to
Cider continues to turn hard, con
trary to the spirit of the Volstead law.
make some cider were it
act tlia! rotten apples are
as scarce as good ones.
! Nothing is more terrifying to the
householder just now than the appall
ing and apparently growing appetite
of the family furnace for the more ex-
- pensive cuts of coal.
j Now is the time to think ol' winter
hats; it doesn't cost much to think.
An act of charity pushes a man fur
ther along the road to glory than an
1 act of heroism.
i Weather strips will soon be classed
! 'n long felt wants;
Cold wave comin". We suppose that
I this is intended to replace the perma
A freight train was delayed on the
side track for 8.1 nit half an hour yes
terday UP at the Rock Island depot.
"What's the delay?" asked an In
quisitive one. of the engineer.
"IT! be switched if 1 know," replied
Kast 1-ynn, Wav Down Blast, I'r.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. etc. used to
show every year about this time, at
Sherwod's Opera House?
Ric hard I). Mills, from Ea-1 Ottawa
1 roci ntly.
i Andrew's, is quite IfldleposC
.Miss Dorothy Duder visi'td
'aunt. Mrs. Catherine Bchroed
Strrator on Saturday utternoon.
Alvin Doty and family entertained
company from Grand Ridge the lir.-t
of the past week.
ord reaches us of the. arrival of 1
baby boy at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Charles cf Katon. Ohio
Mrs. Charles was before marriage
Mis Violet i-'ogie oi this community.
Thi-1 is tire second child, the other
being s daughter.
John Harris transacted business in
The Women's Guild of the Epis
copal church mtt with Mrs. Frank
Hus on TVnirsrii'v lat. A good at
tendance was pri sent, much work ae
COapUsfahed and plans made- for the
"The Silent Call'
Rtrongbr-art, police dnf ho niw
fat service and is now a movie
'Ctor. will star in "The Silent ejnll."
BUT J. Yi
enjoj Ing a vi
eztt nderl visit
along the Pacific coast
If your (.-own is expense nougrt
you must refer to it as n Meeting a
Moyen Age Influence, if it la just
a cheap affair vou an let it BO 1-y
talking about tie Middle Ages,
Anywa the gorgeous Maw Walls
costume is certainly suggestive ot
the Middle Ages. It is of hi avy
blue lace, shot with lilver over sil
ver cloth. Sleeves and nock :.ro
outlined in silvered material
RICKS' TAXI LINE
All Hours of
Day or Night
i mm g igsiiiii ii inn tw
V" b is
WANTED A housekeeper for a lam
Hy of two men; good wages to right
party. JOHN GARLAND, 412 Mali
St.. Ottawa. 111. Phone 860 V.
ATTKNTION, Agents and Mall Ord :
Men. Vou can build up a good
business which will mean an income
for life. Send for free booklet of un
solicited testimonials like this: Fort
Dodge, Iowa. Sept. I'll, 1019. Ubeuina
tlsm H-rb Company, Dear Sirs: The
man I treated with your Rheumatism
Herbs only used it live days and he
walked downtown two miles to see
mi' last Sunday, and now his wife is
also taking the Herb food baths, so
you see I got renuits the Qrst time.
Respectfully, A. D. Hall. Price $i
Pound, 15 Poundsfo. RHEUMATISM
HERB co. K 997, ocean Park, Cal,
I , .
WANTED Business man or sales
manager to take controlling inter
j est in manufacturing and wholesale
business in Ottawa and surrounding
territories. 910,000 casn ipnat re
quired; will show exceptionally large
profits on stnplo article. Address P.,
care this office.
WANTF.D Hy Salvation Army, cloth
big and vegetables for winter relief.
W A N'T KJ Clean rags, uny color,
the Froe Trader-.Iocrnal otMoe
For RKN'T Two or three unfurnish
ed rooms on south side. Very rea
sonable. Phone T .
FOR RENT A
room 303 Armory
itivelly modern 'ix
well located. For
of Wm. Jamison,
(keeping. Call l"
lusseu home at
Hell lit $2..Mhi;
place has toili
water and is in
$18 per month, or '
either proposal i
t. electric lights, i
T. B. FARRBL1
i ii flat. I
DON'T give your junk away. We
paying 80? a hundred for rags.
50- for magazines, 50c for bale
per, 20'- for mixed iron, and be
for any article not mentioned
And don't forget to call up
will tend to it right away.
94W. MAX. lil.OOMFi'K
F.A.K0SS0W ROOFING CO.
Tar and Gravel Roofers
All Work Guaranteed
505 Second St. La Saile, III
Mattresses, Featherbeds and Pillowi
renovated ard made over.
Box Springs, Sofa and ehilr scat
Springs reset and repairer! at reason
Phone 837-X or send to
1519-1523 Main St. West Side
AND FAIR DEALErt
115 West Main Street.
FREE TRADEK-JOURNAL PT(,. CO.
NEW YORK Rrn'RESEMTATlV"
S. C. Thels Company, 355 Fifth Ave
CHICAOO RKl'RESENTAI tVOT
S. C. Thels Company, 864 Mosadnoe
MNNEAPOI IS RKPRE8ENTATIV!
S. C. Theis Company. 708 Lincoln l-'.r
The Free 1 rauer-jonrnal may b
found at the new-- depots of Wheel
s' KtalO, KneUSal I'rr.thera and Fvl
COR SAI.K I offer for sale one of th"
vi rj finest one story brick bunga
lows in Ottawa. Vou know about
the best laid plans oPmen and mice,"
etc. it is new; it is u beauty; lovely
location; 16,000, and worth '.t.
T. Ii. PARRELL.
FOR BALE -fi room house, cast side,
$2)400, Also 8 room trnuso with
modern conveniences, and garage, So.
Ottawa 2,300. If not sold soon will
rent for $-8 per month.
W. D. PUSSY,
Central Life Bldg., Ottawa.
FOK SALE Five room house with
four lots, fruit trees, city water,
good cellar. Tel. 209 K.
FOR SAI.K Five room house, two
blocks south of stand pipe, two lots,
good water, fruit, garage and barn.
Tel. 209 K.
west side; 1
good lot on
, B. PUSBY,
; FOR SAI.K --C room house, small lot,
I 6, blocks of business district, Ottawa.
No modern improvements. $fl5o cash.
Alo ti room house, city water, west,
side, a bargain at $l.u00, -'-iJds cash.
! balance $15 per month.
W. B. PUSBY,
Central Kile Bldg;, Ottawa.
FOR SALE A cozy wee! built cot
tage, l'-j stone, 7 rooms, hot water
heating, near St. ColUmba, sewer and
paving all paid; nice corner, lot 40 x
III) feet; very desirable. $4,600.00.
T. II FARRBLL.
FOR SAI.K One story frame shingle
roof dwelling at 1517 West Madison..
i.ot 5u x i5o; cement walks, inside
jand out; gas, electric lights, city
i water in kitchen sink; hardwood floor
in kitchen, other Boors painted; four
room house, all in
- -100.00; worth more
newly weds, own y
good order, $1,-
Come on, you
air own property.
T. B. FARRBLL.
1ALE- -A good property at 6o3
Ihrlstle Btreet; wiu sen it to you
for very little more than the property
is worth. It is now unoccupied; own-
sell it beto
t. 6 rooms
T. B.' FARRBLL
FOR SALE The one story frame
dwelling at !H7 Mulbury street.
Furnace, bath, six large rooms all in
good order; paving and sewer in and
paid. Will sell for less than i'.s mar-
: ket value, pos
sale; terms if
ession in ;10 days from
T. Ii. FARRBLL,
FOR SALE If there is in Ottawa a
believer in permanent values of
property on De Sota, De Leon, Fourth
and Kast streets and the neighbor
hood I want to talk to him and offer
him the Retz property at Fourth and
East strefs for a fraction of its value.
It is a very lame property and a snap.
T. Ii. FARRBLL,
7 room house, bath
aace, laundry, barn and
first class condition, $5,
I room, two story UOU86
furnace, bath, very large lot, $4,.if0
8 room house, hot water heat, all hard
wood floor, laundry, barn, $7,200, AH
in South Ottawa. Have many more
better bargains than these. Miss Ger
FOR SAKE 7 room cottage, hath
j gas, electric lights, $2,?00; also ii
: room cottage, hardwCUd floors, fur
nace, hatli, gas, laundry. $5,000; and
I 7 room house, hot water heat, coa!
used in 1920 for heating an deooking
i cost $56.00; bath, fine electric fix
, tures, gas, laundry, large barn; will
I be sold ut a bargain. All in Kast Ot
jtawa. Miss Gertrude Harris.
FOR SAKE New brick ti room bunga
low, modern, in first class condi
tion. $5. ."500; also 6 room house, fur
nace, hath, gas, laundry, $3,f.00; and
7 room house, oak and enamel wood
work, hardwood floor-, very large
front porch, newly painted and dec
orated. $5,000; all in West Ottawa.
Miss Gertrude Harris.
FOR SALE 7 room bungalow with
I lartro front porch, hot water hnat,
fine bath room, largo barn; two lots,
f 1.500 nu, an 8 room melern house.
, with glassed sun parlor, in Center Ot
tawa; lirge iot, JS.O00O0. Miss Oor
THE AUTO OWNER
both farmer and city man, should ap
preciate the savings incurred when
buying their auto parts at
We sell to retail trade at wholesale
prices, Phone 169.
829 W. Main St.. On the Corner.
Vou to know wo are the originators
ot cut prices, not imitators. Nowhere
else can you buy for these price i
and get quality:
Front Ford radiator covers, TO
cents; Sorenson Ottawa made Ford
radiators, $25 value, $15.17; aluminum
nplder steering wheels. $5 value, 13;
brake stops rear light, silver reflector,
$; value, $3.75; Ford horn, wire and
switch, $2; heaters. $2; spotlights,
n Millar $7.50 lamps. 2.05; fan belts, 20
cents and up.
Lowest prici s on tires and tubes,
curtains and top coverings. Thous
ands of things you need. We have a
real stock; complete, and carry gen
uine Ford parts.
ED W. HAYNE SUPPLY CO., Inc.
FOR SAI.K Bulck roadster; Al con
dition; b new tires; $450. Call
52n-W, or 656-X after 6 p. m.
for BALE Parlor .suite,
best of condition. Apply
Superior St Phonp 5S4-L.
FOR SALE Household furniture and
house for rent. Inquire 712 Clinton
FOR SALE Large
FOR SALE One car of Red River
early Ohios at $1.25 per bit. on C. B.
& tracks. Rhone 11029.
FOR SALE Mrs. Ggay's lot, north of
Joe Pearson's home, corner Orleans
and Chapel. A fine building spot.
There are but few building lots on
the East side that are for sale, and
this is one of the best, nicely graded,
cement walks, sewer paid; paving is
OU the way. Will sell it for, well--let's
see como in and let me toll
you how cheap.
T. B. FARRELL.
Dr. C. F. Van Atta
Successor to Dr. Hertog.
Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office 404 Central Llts.
THERON L. LENA M.
Warrick & Warrick
Palmer School Graduates
'loom 212-14 Central Life Building,
Office Phone 100S, Res. Phone 1110 L
Hours: 10-12. 2-5. 7 8.
Dr. C. A. Blean
Hours; 9-12 a in.. 1-4 p m
Licensed by Illinois Stnte Board of
11. P.1 Mnlntie Hide Pmn "
These Want Ads
Go Into Thous
ands of Homes:
Read them and profit.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
To Whom It May Concern:
On and after November 1, 1921, the
partnership of Prafeke & WelSS, 111
Kast Main street, Ottawa, Illinois, it,
dlsolVed by mutual consent. Mr. F. C.
Prafeke continuing in the business at
the above address as an individual, as-
i sum ing all outstanding obligations of
I thp partnership to date and all ac
' counts due the firm to date hi ing pav
i able to him at once at the above ad
dress. PRCD C. PRAFCKK.
MILTON E WEISS
Ottawa. Illinois, November I, 1921.
FOR SALE Small farmB near Ott
wa, as follows:
5 acres, well improved I 4,500
10 acres, garden land 10,000
S4 acres, one-half cultivated... 10,530
Si acres, one-bnlf tillable, bal.
40 acres, fairly well Improved. 13,00)
0 acres, three-fourths timber,
small bldgs 1.60
115 acres, mostly black, in
And others. Terms cam be a
W. B. PUSEY.
Central Life Bldg. Ottawa. Illinois.
FOR SALE 133 acres of fairly well
improved land adjoining the village
of Troy Grove. Anyone wishing to
purchase a good farm and home, ideal
ly located, had better come and seo
me at onco.
Room 306 Armory Blk, Ottawa, 111.
FOR SALE 180 acre.", well improve
and fine location on hard road be
tween Ottawa and Utlca; price right.
W. 1). PUSEY, Central Kifo Bldg.
27 acres. Just outside city limits, la
tii saile county, f ourteen acres un
der cultivation. Five acres that cat)
be cultivated. Orchard. Some tim
ber. An ideal place for grapes, fruit
ami chickens. Good 2-story home,
barns, etc. Part cash.
122 acres, line rich .soil, as level aS
a floor. Brick home and large barn
and other improvements. TJie house
a practically In city limits.
100 acres, just a hall mile from th
above farm, on hard road. Same soil
Good improvements, Level. An ldeai
farm. I 'resent corn crop will show
what land will do. Pre-war prices on
both these farms.
Will consider trade on small placi,
city property or stock of goods.
George A. Crowden
Phone 1058. 613 First Ave.
! & PEORIA RAILWAY
Effective Oct. 9th, 1921.
EXPRESS HANLLED ON ALL CARS
AT LOW RATES.
East bound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris,
Minooka, Rockdale und Jollet, 111., in
a. m. 6:00, 7.55. 9:55. 11:55. In p.
m., 1:55, 0:55, c4:55, 5:55, 8:05, 10:00.
Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring
Valley, Ladd, OePue, Itureau, Prince
ton in a. m. a5:55, g6:52, f8:50, a9:66,
(110:55, fll:55. In p. m., al:55, fS:5B,
a5:55, f7;55, d10:00.
Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Grand Ridge, McKinley Park
and Streator in a. m., 5:55, 7:55,
11:55. In p. m., 1:55, 3:55, 5:55, 10.
a La Salle.
C Morris, daily except Sundays
g Ladd, daily except Sundays aDd
ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVE
TICKET OFFICE OPEN FRO .d 6:40
A. M. TO 11:36 P. M.
Via Joliet. in., and Chicago & Jollet
(Return trip limited to ten days.)
FAST FREIGHT SFRVICE.
Phone agents for full Information.
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