hkoi , Km f; n Amjf-.MMi.tiNAL.
Mr. mid Mrs, vyiHii Bower of shor
(inn wore v i'i4i Banana oalleM TUun-
Tim wmi Serena t'ti. machine shell
eii corn I'm- Paul Malaise and HJ. it
Sinclair llils last weak
lien Peterion of Chicago is spend
ing a ii-w dayi here with roi.um-s
Edward Gaul ami nephew, Mayiianl
Gaul, returned from Wisconsin tail
Wednesday, where they went on I
iishiiiK trip, They reported o plea
sunt trip and good nfliiug.
c. E. Beardsley of Serena waj
ealler in this iclnlty Sunday,
The pupils ml the Mtred nehool en
joyed a holiday Friday while their
teacher, .Miss Marian Aienteii, at
tended the Institute held 111 Prince
ton Mr. and .Mrs Frank Smlih spent
the week end with rriends in Mor
V. (J. BtOMa uud family of Ottawa
pent Bundaj ti the Sinclair home.
Earl Lock or Wednni lias rented
the David Mtftfd place
tSt, James "flail and daughter,
Miss Ruth, were calling on friends
in this vicinity Sunday ulternnon.
LA SALLE GOES TO
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Geting Something for Nothing
IF 7HA7 BIRD
OH OLIVIA IS
CALL HIM OUT
IN THEK?E CALLING
A DOCTOR I'LL
K SAY, OOC.I UNDERSTAND
ANP GET A
VOO ARE A SPECIALIST ON
wen., i nnve.
him - it nill even ur FOP
THC ELECTRIC LIGHT
CASES OF THAT
WELL, DOC. WHAT MOTHINt;!
VOU OVOOGIVE if poM'T WANT )
IM DIGEST ION '
i M- i I'vuv EVENING' , WOCTOP -
, Him - it vvill even ur fop K for a minotp.
! THC tUCTk'lC LIGHT , V-f ! UT HBE? S I VES' i
BChOOl'a foot hall
k.i tin- Saturday
Dayton, 0.. will
hn played In Hie Ohio city, Steele al
way has u strong aggregation, while
thfl La Salle eleven fl one of the hest
developed at the Illinois school in
years, Wve other names are on the
L Salle schedule, Includlni garaei
with Btreator, Holine, Ottawa and
state of Illinois. La Salic County fa,
111 tlw County Cant of l.a Halle
in Hie. matter of Aiberi Kacko, aMa
To Mike (Cacko, ulia.s Mike Kaacak,
Staunton. Illinois, and to All Whom
It May Concern :
Tke notice that on the I Oth day
of October, A l a petition tttl
tiled by Anna Haker in (lt ( ounty
ourt of lj Salle County, held at the
Court House at Ottawa. III., to have
a certain child, named Allien Kacko.
alias Albert Ka.Mok. declared delin
quent and to take from you the DUJS
tody atld Kuantianship of sai.l child.
Now. unlesti you appear within
tWamty CJOI days after tte date of
this notice and show cause against
llch application the petition -hall be
tak1!! for ixmfessed and a decree i n
tered. T A fKROUSOK, lerii.
Dated this iMh dav of October,
A. D. C982.
state of llliuoi;:. la Salle County s
In the County Court of La Sai'
in thp matter of John Datvonik.
To John EMvonik, Sr.. Nokomls, I1L,
and to All Whom It May Concern.
Take notice that on the 10th dav of
Nickel platrd ra It. it or shrll,
mototneter and urnamenla
Automatic windihielcl wiper.
ITandtomenickel plated bump
er, frtjot and tear.
Sftttou9 trunk with cover.
Two ritra wheel (complete
witht .rc and tubei) carried
on front fender.
Ventilator in cowl.
Thief-proof tranmiston lock.
Upholstery oi rich mohair vel
vet pluch with top lining and
floor carpet to match.
Artiatic coach lamp,
Opalescent corner reading
Dome light and courtesy light
Three-piece rain-vision wind
shield with rain visor.
Jeweled eight -day clock.
Arm test on each ;de of rear
Large door pockets.
l.a Salle. Ill . Oct.
La Balle-Peru high
team faces a hard
when Steel high Of
October, . i. ri'l. a petition naal
Sled by Anna Maker in the County'
iurl of L Sulle OotUlty, held al the
Court Houae al Ottawa, Illinois, to j
have a certain child, nami d John
Kstvonik. declared a delinquent and
to Inke from yOJU ttte custody and
fwafrtfamhlp of said child.
Now, unless you appear within
twenty 1L1) days alter the date of
this notice and show came against
suc h aspiicattou rke oetitioti shall be I
(alien for reilfeeatil and a decree bd
T. A. rWOVSON, Ch-rk.
dated this i stb dary of October,
A. It. LUSI.
Johnson & Carr and Rubert C. Carr,
Kstate of Robert (J. Smith. Deceased,
Notice is hereby idvan thai the un
denlaned, Administrator of the es
tate of liohi-rl (I. Smith, late Of
County of l.a Salle and State of
nolo, deceased, wtM appear before
I'rohate Court of said county, on
tifst Mumiay (heinn the fourth day)
of Dacepbor, l'-'J. al the Probata
Coutt Koom. in Ottav a. in said county,
when iuid where all persons havinn
t'talma or demands a sal net aald estate
are DOttflsd to attend and pr sent the
sami- ia writiut for adju.stiuojll.
Dated thy J 7th
A. D. 1922.
day of October,
Owen Anderson, Attorney.
Batata of Richard K, Wald, Deceased
Notice is boroby gisen that the un -I
deraigned, Administrator of the cs-
tate of Richard N. Wald. late of the
County of La Salle ami State of llli
nois, deceased, will appear before the
Proliate Court of said county, on 111 I
first Monday (being the Mta day) of
Qaoosaahr, an the i'rohate court j
Room, In Ottawa, in said county.
Whan and where all i ersons having I
Clalmi or demands against said estate;
are notified to attonu ami present
the same in writing for adjustment.
Dated the Ilrd dav of October. A.
D. 1021V RICHARD It. WALO,
The Studebaker Big-Six Sedan delivers everything you can
ask of a motor car.
If you pay more than the Big-Six price, you may buy more
weight, but it is impossible to get finer materials or better
craftsmanship than are used by Studebaker.
Compare this Big-Six Sedan with the most expensive ca-s.
Check the body jwith any body built, compare the chassis
construction, look into the endurance records of the Big-Six
as compared with any other car.
Get behind the wheel yourself. Test its performance, its
comfort. Check its appearance with any car at any price. And
don't overlook this point: Studebaker has more than 3,000
branches and dealers throughout the country who arc always
ready to render efficient service.
And finally, compare the equipment and appointments.
Consider the Big-Six Sedan as an investment. There is no rea
son to pay more. The name Studebaker stands for satisfaction.
MODELS AND PRICES-, o. h. factories
LIGHT-SIX SPEC1AJL-SIX " BIG SIX
I Wsss,, inrW. . 5-Pass . 119" W. B. 7-Paa . 126' W. B
40 H. P. 50 H. P. to H. P.
Touring 975 Touring -$1275 Touring $1650
Rodtw Roadster (1-Pau ) .1250 Speedrter (4-Psn.) 1785
(3-Pi.) 975 Reader (4Pm.)..1275 Coupr
a" .225 Coupe(4.P..)..1875 ggf
Sednn 1550 aefltt - 2050 Sedan (Special) ..... 2650
Cord Tires Standard Equipment
8C9 COLUMBUS STREET OTTAWA. ILL.
S T U D E BA
Salts Fine for
Eating too much meat
the Kidneys, then
folks forgot tliat the kidnevti.
lik.- ths bowels, get iluggiab and slogged
uiul tn-ej a thii.lii'1'r oooasieasiiy, slae WS
have backache ana null misery m the
kidney reion, BevcSB headashsSj rheu
imtiiu twimtm. torsid liver, acid stom-
' acb, slei slessoesa, and all sort of
i Vou limply niiist keep your kidniTs
active and clean, and the moiaHit you
feel an ache or pain in the Hduey re
gion ;et about four ounces of .Fad
! Salts from any good drug store here,
take a tablcspiMHiful in a pla-s of wa
! ter In-fore breakfast for a few days,
! and your kidneys Will then act line,
j This famous salts is made from the
! acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
: limed with lithla, and is harmless to
(rush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to Hernial activity, It also helps
soutrsJise the acids in the urine so it
j no longer Irritates, ilms helping to re-
lieve bladder disorders.
.lad Salts is harmless, inexpensive:
makes a delightful effervescent litbia
water drink which everybody should
take now and then to help keep their
A well-known local druggist says lis
sells lots of Jail Salts to folks who
believe in trying to corn-ct kidney
trouble while it ia onlv troubleu
K E R
FOR Sj4LB lJtVacTS) dairy farm, near
city; tufcfiiantiaj home, bams, cribs,
chicken Uouuett and outbuildings; ca
I tablished business; an ideal place for
la man and two or throo sons: onlv
neod about Jt.ooo caih; ICs the dairy
farmer that makr-s the money in thetie
tiini-H; don t let HiIh opportunity paws,
ti. A. CROWD EN, Armory Block. Ot
KOR SALk) Two lots In Bfcet Ottawt,.
on a corner; 120 feet aquare; cacli
lot WxrM; price ft.r.nn for two; will
not sell separately; a ffnp chance f .
two peonlo such doaitns to kulld;
get together and buv these line lots
Tel. C48-W. T. 13. l-'ARRELL.
Ktm s.M.K Oottace, live rooms and
bath; furnace, lights and gas; cen
trally located; $--M'in. . u. 11 SKV.
Central Ufa Building,
FOR 8ALE Five room and bath cot
tage, centrally located, having fur-1
mice, el. ( trie ligrts, gas. citv and cis
tern water; price MH from fi90 to l
J2.10S); a bargain. W. B. PUSHY,
I - ulral Life Bldg.. Ottawa.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
By virtue of the power and author
ity granted In the Last Will ani
Testament of Catherine Perrot, de
c-eased, the undersigned, Executors of
the Last Will and Testament of Cntn-
erine Perrot, deceased, will offer for
j sole on Saturday, the 21st day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1922, :it the north door of
the Court House In Ottawa, at 2 p.
the real estate of said decedent
scribed as follows:
The Northwest Quarter (X. W.
of Section Twenty (20); also the
South Thirty acres of the East Half
(E. of the Southwest Quarter (S.
W. M) of Section Seventeen (17);
and also the West Fifteen (16) acres
of the East Twenty-live (23) acres of
the North Fifty (30)
cres of the East!
Half (E. ) of the Southwest Quarter)
(S. W. U) of Section Seventeen, all In I
Township Thirty-three C13) North,
Range Four (4), Ea;;t of the Third
Principal .Meridian, Fr.U River Town
ship, La Salle County, Illinois, and
containing 203 acres of land, more or
less. There axe about ISO acres of
tillable land and about 25 acres oi
Thus is a fine farm, only three and
one-half miles from Ottawa and on
a gravel road. There are two unfail
ing springs of cold water on the land,
and the buildings and improvements
re all that are necessary for the
amount of land. The l:;nd la also well
tiled so that practically every acre is
This land will to sold on the fol
lowing terms: S,000.Ot cash at the
day of sale, m.tin which a discount of
5Vi will be allowed until the lirt
day of March. 11l2;t, when deed will be
executed and possession given;
XI 1-oCr, or one third of the purchase
price, including the advance payment,
to be paid In cash on March fir-t,
1923, when deed Is delivered, and the
balance of ut!2:i';, or two-thirds of
the purhase price, can be left upon
the land for live years at BVb an
There will aiso he sold at the same
time and place a fine twostory house
in South Ottawa, known as lift Van
Bursn street, and described as Lot
Three (8), in Block Two (2), Dayy
Addition to Ottawa Illinois.
Terms for the sale of the houv,
l'i', cash on the day of sale and the
balance on or before thirty days from
the date of sale.
Abstracts will be furnished show
ing good and merchantable title.
Taxes for 1922 will be paid by the
ANNE JANE PERRDT,
MARY LILLIAN PERROT.
Executors of the l-iist Will and Testa
ment. j Cuthrrlne Perrot, di1
ceased. K. C. SWIFT, Attorney
The Bishop Reformed.
Philip Brooks likes to have bis jokv
as well as any mini, one day Mr.
Baldwin of the ChftStllin union was
writing to him and slipped Into the
letter a newspaper clipping of a talk
he had given on profanity. Promptly
came the auswer from the I
bishop: "I have just tinihe,i reading
your remarks on profanity. Vou will
be glad bo know that I agree with
them and have entirely nlmndo
habit."- Boston Transcript.
Loss by Evaporation.
The oluine of gasoline that
by eaporation in one stage
hnndlin? of crude oil is i-on:,!
tiiii ieth ot the Country's anuui
KOIt RENT A couple of rooms, suit
ed to liiit housokeeshis, with usa
of sitting rwnn to antertaln company;
00 interurban, four mil' from Ot
tawa. Address tbo Free Trader, Mar
soiiios. Eafereaoet required.
FOR RENT . line eight-room apart
liient. with furnace and bath: fully
and well furnished; on Columbus St., j
near ciiiton hotel; will be rented tori
six months at reasonable rent; initio !
diate possession; references required;
II not rented this week the offer will
be withdrawn. T. 1!. KAKKKU..
FOR RENT A fine eight-room bona a,
with furnace and bath; fulb furnish
ed ; will he rented for one year at
reasonable rent; tine loca tion on Con
gress St . in La.st Ottawa; immediate
possession; rare opportunity; call for
further details. T. u. PARR ELL
WAXTFD TO RENT A five room
house, in good condition; electric
lights and city water preferred. Call
W ANTED Want to rent a 8 or 7
room house; not too far out; will !
give you a liue tenant.
Tel. 648-W. T. B. FARRELL.
POSITION WANTED By a compe
tent stenographer and clerk, for aft
ernoon work only. Apply to W ,
at this office.
WANTED Mlddle-pcd woman or
woman "with child preferred, to do
general housework. Phone Utica 8o7.
WAXTED Piano factory worker.
men experienced in any piano and
player operations; also cabinet mak
ers and wood workers; good wages;
steady employment Address P. O.
Box 172, Chicago.
FARM LOANS 5 on loans under
$100 per acre, (i'( on loans of $125
per acre, and reeonable commission.
In replv give number of acres and
value par aero. SAVINGS BANK OF
KKWANEK. Kewanee, Illinois.
WANTED Three rooms for light
housekeeping; man. wife and daugh
ter who is attending St. Xavier's
school; would like something within
two or three blocks of St. Xavier's.
Call T. B. FARRELL.
Tel. 01SAV. V
WANTED Married man for work on
farm year around. Phono 826-Y.
JOS. F. GARLAND.
You will get 20 to 40 per cent mora
miles per gallon by using Superior
Gasollno Vaporizers. Price $1.50. Free
trial. Proving is convincing. PotaI
brings Information and cuts. State
make and modol.
L. L. MONTGOMERY,
118 Banks Ave., Superior, Wis.
Maaufacture.r and Distributor
Xot only for everything "your auto
needs. ' but ulso for lower prices on
iiew and used auto parts, tires and
229 West Main St.
FOR SALE Oik IMS Ford sedan;
equipped with Bo3h IggTttOn sys
tem, Btromberg carburetor, extra tire
and tube, lock steering wheel, speed
ometer, seat cover., and step plates;
drivm les. than 700 miles. ADAMS
CO.. 616 Clinton St
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Player piano. Inquire
823 Chestnut St. or phone Mii-Y.
Newly Built Brick
On east Congress street, east
Modern and OD-tO-date, latest
architecture, beautiful yards and
shrubbery, three bed rooms, front
room, dining room, sewing room,
kitchen ami bath. Plastered and
heated garage. Beautiful plastered
basement, divided Into s pirate
rooms. Gas. electricity and city
wnfer. NlMMttc RtH hSSlW. Will
eii n.Mp if takes ;t ante Call
FOR SALE! Large i room house, is
good location; newly decoratofl;
bathroom; electric lights; 13,60(1.
6 room houBe. West Ottawa; toUsl,
MISS GERTRUDE HARHS.
FOR SALft 8 room uouse, Center Ot
tawa; hardwood floors throughout,
Si fl replaces; very larfe bathroom; fur
aoce; fti.000, one-half cash.
MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS.
EOR SALE 7
house, bath, pantry, etc. Modern
conveniences. In good condition.
Hot water heating. Bargalna for
auick sale. Call 678-L.
FOR SALE Two-story frame house
at 813 Walnut St. owned by M. F.
Farreil, who has moved to Lee
J county; rents for J22; sell lot, lOslSu,
and hotisu for $I,SjU cash; paving and
sewer till paid.
Tel. 648-W. T. B. FARRKLL.
FOR SALE--'.' room bouse, bath
room, furnace, laundry, bsrn and
garage. In drat class condition, 85,
600. Also, 7 room, two story house,
furnace, bath, very large lot, 84.600.
8 room house, hot water neat, all hard
wood Boor, laundry, barn, 87,200. AU
In South Ottawa. Have many ore,
better bargains than theae. Miss Ger
trude Harris. .
FOR SALE New Irlck B room Sang
low, modern, in first class condi
tion, $5,300; also 6 room house fur
Dace, hath, gas, laundry, $3,800 j and
7 room house, oak and enamel wood
work, hardwood floora, very large
front porch, newly painted and dec
orated, $5,000; all In West Ottawa.
Miss Gertrude Harris
FOR SALE Frame dwelling at cor
ner of Clinton and Washington
Sts.; small lot; seven-room house:
steam heat; modern; offered for les3
than its value; line corner; let me
show it to you.
Tel. G4S-W. T. B. FARRELL.
FOR SALE 1 room cottage, bath,
gaa, electric lights, $2,800; also t
room cottage, hardwood floora, fur
nace, bath, gas, laundry. $5,000 j and
7 roam house, hot water heat, eoal
used in 1920 for heating an dcooking
cost $66.00; 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 Strictly modern 7 room
residence and ono large barn. 75
foot lot front. Abundance of fruit of
all kinds. Good location. Will aoll
for cash. Phone Black 174, Mar
seilles. j FOR SALE 6 room, pebble dash cot
tage, West Ottawa; bathroom, fur
nace. hRrdwood noorR; very lare
laundry; $; .-.. less than half caih
6 room cottage; hardwood ioors;
MISS GERTRFDE HA RRIS.
FOR SALE 7 room dwelling. So.ith
Ottawa; large lot; hardwood floors,
fireplace, bathroom, furnace, laundry;
la first class condition. Also
8 room dwelling; bathroom, hot
water heat, hardwood Boors, laundry,
These places. If sold Immediately,
can be '-ought for $1,000 lew than a
year ago MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS.
FOR SALE 80 acres; 25 minutes'
drive of Ottawa; all under cultiva
tion; $500 down. $1,000 Jan. 1, 1923,
$3,000 Jan. 1, 1924, balance ten years,
at 5 per cent. W. B. PUSEY,
Central Life Bide.. Ottawa. 111.
FOR SALE Five room house, watt
Cistern and barn, on paved street,
Wdst Ottawa. See me at my office, )
Central Life Bldg.. Ottawa.
Wt B. PUS-BY, (teal Bet, end Fire Ins.
FOR SALE One ol the finest neis
residences, with spacious land
taped sr.'unds, in this part of Illinois;
absolutely modern and up to date; see
me at once if interested.
W. B. PI 'SKY. Central Life Rids
FOR PALE A fine Bast Side resi
dence is now offered for sale; two
storv frame modern hous, in line lo
cation; now too large for the owner
' i,it,f rr.iMu- ., I, , re-:, i tat i: Tao nurl
Tel. 48-W. T. B. FARRELI
FOR SALE A merrruni alted res!-1
dence, with all the modern improve
meats, including sun parlor anil sleep
ing porch: also un up-to-date garage;
all on I Bptondld lot: conveniently lo
Bltofl and prtper distance from busi
ness center, rchool, church and car I
lint's; snnrt be seen t,i be ,-nnrecinted !
W B PfSEV,
antra l tie olds' , Ot'-a I
Dr. C. A. Blean
Hours: 9-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m.
Licensed by Illinois sute Board
Room 211-12 Ifaloney Building
THERON L. LENA M.
Warrick & Warrick
Palmer School Graduates,
Ofliee Phone 1008,
Hours: 10-12, 2-5..
Rooms 212-14 Central Life Building.
OTTAWA AUTO PARTS
1st door South of Hotel Ottawa
Buy, sell or exchange any
make of cars. We specialize
in wrecking old cars.
A complete line of auto ac
cessories tires and tubes fct
rock bottom prices.
See us before you buy ot sell.
Phone 604 614 Columbus St.
Geo. A. Crowden
OJIbway Lots. Farm Bargains
304-309 Armory Block
Yellow Cab Service
CITY CALLS. LONG DIS
TANCE TRIPS, SHOPPING
TOURS, DELIVER YOUR
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
& PEORIA RAILWAY
Effective Sept. 10th, 1922.
Eastbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Marseilles, Seneca. Morris,
Minooka, Rockdale and Joliet, 111., in
a. m. ago: 00, b):.")0, b7:R5 b9:65,
hi 1:55. lu p. m.: bl:66, b3:56,
b5:50, b7::.5, blO:00.
Westbound cars leave Ottawa sts
j tlon for Utica, La Sallo, Peru, Spring
j Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bureau, Prince
: ton in a. m.: c5:5, &-f7:10, d8:60,
c9:S5, ell: 55. In p. m.: ft : 55,
faftfji, f 5 : 55. c3:55, c7:55, dlO:00.
Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Grand Ridge, McKlnloy
and Streator in a. m : 6:65,
9:55, 11:65. In p.
5:55, 8:00, 11:00.
f La aile.
g Daily except Sundays and holt
k Daily except Saturdays, Sunday
1 Dtily except Saturday,
p Saturday's Sundays and holidays
ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVE
TICKET OFFICE OPKN FROM 6:4
' A. M. TO 11:36 P. M.
TICKET FARES TO
Via Joliet, 111., and Chicago Mlti
Round Trip $3.00
One Way $1.85
(Return trip limited to tea days.)
FAST FREIGHT SERVICE.
r.XPRFSS HANDLED ON ALL CAR
AT LOW RATEIfr
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