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PAQI IIVK NORTHPRAIRIE MIkh CI. nil N'nriwn. ill' A iii'iii i, Mile lit DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Oliva It In Wrong BY ALLMAN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1922. ThunkHtlvliiK with her folk Sh' will return to Aurora Momhn. MIhh (llmlyM UouIhoii, of Nnner-1 villc, wan borne for Tntnkagivlni din ner. She will return to school MOB ilay. Bert Urunmh'n cnme out from Chi cago Wt'iiucHiiay tventai to iptnd ThanknalvltiK with the home folks. Ilu will return to lehool on Monday. Howard Kuupp, of t'hlcuKo. Kpent ThaukHKhiiiK day with IiIh folks, and returned that evening, lr. and Mm.-V. 1.. Domlaiullle. of Aurnrn, Mr. and Mi;. A. N. liendrick 80li, of Hafavlii. were ThaiiKsKlvinu IQetta at the L. i. Uchh home, Mr. and Mra. U DondMVllle expect to ko to ( 'Micnuo soon, where tney will apond the winter wldi their ion, Car til, Little Irene Menu, of I.add, la aja'iid- lug ii taw dnyH rUltlni al bar Brand parent' home, Mr, nod Mrt, V. L. AMtnon. MIrn Loll RaWe Waf al home for ThiinkHKlvInK She Will l-etUlD to aelooi t Land, on Monday. TT r HELLO, Tom -sav. ouvia hai aw ACCIDENT! can You COME PIGHT HOME? SHE WA5 WASHING HER HAMf5 AMO DROPPED HER RlMG OACKOF THE ONLV THING WE CAM oo forgot to & hot oft- ) how did vjo ever) R,Na OFf T GET IN THERC "? J WASHSTAND AND v lrl TRIED TO fifT IT tTjS amo now I'm wprei) 11 THE WATER ! I Pipes akid m ohm tup: I TUB OUT A LITTLE vjAVA-i WIU HORRy V. Zr UP-MV FOOT THE BATHTUB AMD IH TRVINc, 15 GOING TO ) inri Mrl I UIMV yi 6LEEP.' TO GET IT OHE GOT STOCK lU THE CORHER AWDCAH'T GET OUT! -Tr I i UIM TO HURUVf .11 ; : iL-7 oetootso. , ( J; ffuHJ fi VCAMPwriTWCHi H t-seflal DR. DIES BEFORE GOING TO PRISON Word was received here today of the death In Do Kail) of Dr. Oscar .Insso Drown, who wan recently con victed of the sedition lawn With Wii Ham HroftH Lloyd. Dr. Hrown was the hiiHhand of Dr. Mareva Hrown of De Kulb, former president oT t li Twelfth DiSttiOt of the Illinois Feder ation of Woman's clubs. Dr. Mareva Hrown presided over the dintrlct convention when It wan hold In thin city three y arn ago, he ina; president of the federation nt that time. Hhe In well known here. Dr. Oscar Brown was sentenced to serve one year in Juil, at the time he wan convicted with William BrOM Lloyd nnd wan pardoned with the wealthy radical. Ills hurial o nil red in De Kalh vesterday. SALINE CofTREASURER SHY $50000 IN CASH Iiairishui'K. III., (iuy W. Wallace, retiring count v troaaurof Of Saline county, was reported today to have turned over personal property hold ins in Eldorado vo.lu.-d at 870,000 to meet a deficit of IIO.OOO in the ac counts of hln ofllce. The property was turned over to the First Vational hank of Harris- burg, surety for Wallace, when it was found necessary to balance the treasurer's books before they were turned over to Ezra Heatherly, DOW treasurer. Wallace has nerved the county for the pant four years as treasurer and said tonight that he would make up any doflclt. HARM0N HIGA SCHOOL DESTROYED BY FIRE Dixon, III., Dec. 4. The cuinmuni- ty hlsh-sohwit bulldinK at Harmon, a two story bulldinK, was destroyed ; by fire Sunday afternoon. The los Of the school will aninunt. to $10,000. FREAK STORM SWEEPS ACROSS NORTHWEST Mtaeee Cbarlette and Ella Ritzlus of Chiesgo are attending the week rrd visiting their father. Fred Itit7lus, or North Ottawa. Too Much Meat Hurts Kidneys Take a glass of Salts to Kidneys If Bladder bothers you. Flush : Eating too much meat may produce kidney trouble in some form or other, says a well known authority, because the uric, arid excites the kidneys, they become overworked, ct Sluggish, dog up, and causa all sorts of distress, par ticularly baekaehe and misery in tho kidney region; rheums tic twinges, se vere headaches, acid stomach, consti pation, torpid liver, sleeplessness, blad der and urinary irritation. The moment your Luck hurti or kid neys aren't SOtrog right, or if bladder bothers fptt. get shout four ounces of lad BslU from any pood pharmacy: take a tables poonfnl in a glass of water before breakfast tor a few days and your kidneys may then act foe. Thin fsmoug suits is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with lithia. and has been used for generations to Hush clogged kid ancys and stimulate them to normal activity; also to neutralise the acids in the urine so that, it no longer irri tates, thus often ending bladder dis oruera. Jad Salts can not injure any one; makes a delightful eifervpscent lithia water drink which millions of men and women take now and then to help keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, tlnis often avoiding serious kidney dis orders. pirns ao. I RHEUMATIC PIS "V"heo you are sulTering with rheu matism so you can hsrdly get around just try Red Pepper Rub and you will nave tlie quickest relief known. Nothing has such concentrated, penc- ! rating heat aa red peppers. Instant re-icf- Just as soon as you ap;ly Red Pepper Rub you tec; th tingling heat. In three minutes it warms the sore spot through aid through. Frees the blood circulation, breaks up tlie conges tion and the old rheumatism torture is gone. Kowles Red Pepper Rub, made from red pcpijcr.-, en "... little at any drug store. Get a jar at once. Use it for lumbago, neuritis, backache, stiff neck, sore muscles, colds in chest. Almost aJMitt""'! 51!rc gertne genuine, with the name Kow'es on each package, Mr refreahliigrmt and abright IH tomorrow is tbs work of N? IH Df tat l in. Nature's RtnedySceapa H body functions regular, Improve a l3B I ppetidlevea cc;ii8tlpatlor;. Mt "It's the Chapest Thing I Ever i Bought," Writes Mrs. J. Mason, Va. "I paid SI 25 fnr five catc inf Rit-Snapandjudj-inq by the large number if ilwd r?n e've g icLed up. I reckon i-e'vc saved hundreds of dollar In chicks, egm an I feed." Your peu won't touch it. tUU dry up (Sd leave so IBMlL -3'-. . H-ii' Sold and guaranteed by 8. 3. Peanon's 8ona. Corbus Drug Store. MR. FIRMER-- Send us Bills. The best service, two color bills, and the lowest prices. FREE TRADER-JOURNAL Ottawa Phone I 1 8 A House in Worth Two Call 118 and ask for an REMEDY ) FOfi TMC RELIEF OP Coughs, Colds. Croup WHOOPING COUCH. HOARSENESS BRONCHITISI -SOLO EVERYWHERE- LEGAL NOTICES. noticT Iihlic. notice in hereby given tha; tin re will bo a meeting of the Stock holder.! of the, First Nation.nl Hunk of Ottawa, Illinois, on the Second (2nc.) Tuesday In the month of January next at the hour of Two (2) o'clock p. m. of twid day for the purport of electing not toss uian sevea u) nor more than eleven (11) Directors for the ensuing year; tho exact numner to be decided at tho meeting. OSCAR HAKHERLK. Cashier. Ottawa, Illinois, November 14, 11122. NOTICE. Batate of Zilpha Osman. Deceased. Notice in hereby given that the un derslgnod, ESsoentor of the last will and Testament of Zllplia Osman, late of the County of Ia Salle and State of Illinois,, deceased, will appear be fore tho Probate Court of said county on the first Monday (beaiiK the 5th day) o" February, l!il':i. at the Probate Court Room. In Ottawa, in urud county, hen and whore all porpons having claims or demands against aid estate T your order for Sale i an Ad Is on a Lot At least it is if you put it in a Little Classified Ad" in the Free Trader -Journal's "Classified Se&ion." Then in a couple of days or so you may have the money or several prospective buyers. Try this once and see how quick you get results. h'i I ''Mi ' lf, are notltled to attend nnd present the ! same In writing for adjustment. Dated this with day of November. A. D. 1122. LESTER II BTRAWN. Executor. FINE FARM IN DAYTON TOWN SHIP TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION , Sta'e of Illinois, County of Iji Salle ss. jB Salle County Circuit Court. In th' Mattet of the First Trust Com pany of Ottawa. Illinois, vs. Russell W. Lee. In Chancery, No. 26,150. Hy virtuo of a trust imposed upon the First Trust Company of Ottawa. Illinois, In and by the last will and testament of Milton Pope, deceased, the undersigned, the First Trust Com- P iany (Rtawa, Illinois, on Friday, OC. 8, A. D. 122, at the hour Of one- I nwj chh wot mnea m saiu day, r.t the dwelling DOOM located on thfi premises herlnafter described, in Dayton Township, will soil "t public unction, to tho highest Ottd best bid der, the farm known as TI1K MILTON POni FARM located In Dayton Tan ship, containing two hundred and twolvo (212) acres, more or leas, de- I scribed as follows, to-wlt: Tho nortn least quarter (N. E. ) and the north tlfty-two (N. 52) acres of the Bouth half (S. i) of soctloa eight.- a (18), township thirty-four (34) north, range four (4), eBt of tho Tblrd Principal Meridian, in the County of La Salle and State of Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Ten per ctmt of the purchase price shall he nald in cash at time of sale: tho balance of said purctui3o price i shall be paid upon confirmation of said Halo by the Circuit Court of La Sallo County, Illinois, and delivery of deed by the tru.steo, In the following manner: Not Iws than 2i'"c of th" purchase price, in addition to the I Initial payment of 10, shall bo paid ! in cash, and the remaining fifi of 1 said purchase price can, at the option ! of tho purchaser, be paid in promts- ! tun- ,.x,s.a r.f ,1,.. . . - . i . . i- .In.. H., years after date thereof with interest j FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS at tlie rr.te of 5Vi ' por annum, all of J " which said promissory notes shall be j ' OR SALE Small farms near Ot secured by a first mortgage in the twi 80 acres. 1 naturo of a trust deed on said real er,- 1 B. PUBgYj Lcntr.il Life Pldg '' late so sold. Each of raid notes shall : contain a provision that the maker ! may pay $500.00, or any multiple ! luereor, two years n.iior aaio ami j j thereafter on any interest bearing j i date, uiwn giving thirty days' written notice of such payment to the trus- :tefj, , , , , , , bwu premises wui ue aoiu uc wi 1 clear of general taxes lor the year ' 1922, but subject, however, to the pay- ment of $338.00 for the fail plowing ; now done, the fall wheut sown and 'manure hauled upon said premises, said payment to be made in casn on the day of sale. Purchaser to have possession March 1, 1923. This sale is made subject to the up- proval ot and confirmation by the Cir cuit Court of La S-ille County, Illi nois. Dated at Ottawa, niiuois, this loth dav of November. A. D. 1522. TUB FIRST TRUST COMPANY OF OTTAWA. ILLINOIS, Trustee under the Last Will and Tostament of Milton Pope, deceased. HARRY G. COOK. Auctioneer WOODWARD, HIBBS & POOL. Solicitors. Ad Taker 8g "CLASSIFIED SECTION" WANTED j WANTED Buyer for ood C-room hunnn. rantmllv i,,. tr.nn xpj Atn,i. balanco on easy terms. W. U. Pl'SEY, Central Lilo Hide WANTED One pin boy; Boat Club bowling alley. Appty at Boat club. WANTED Two young men or hlgt school boys for roomers with pri- CLERKS Start m monthly; ex penses paid; specimen examination questions free. COLUMBUS INST,' TCTE. ColuiubUH, Ohio, vatn family. Inrftrlro in person at 719 Webster St. ) 'WANTED d laborers; steady work; j permanent; 40 cents per hour. In- quire THE BARR CLAY CO., Stroator, Hi. WANTED I want to buy five to ten acres of laud on which there la al water hole or old gravel bed or water j of some kind; will pay market rates. Tel. 618-W. T. it. FARR ELL. WANTEDLaborore, nt Marquette I nic.it Mfg. Co.; construction I work; all winter work. Anply WOR-DEN-ALLEN CO.. at Oglesby, 111. IXIII SALE -Oak and hickory wood. Hawed ami spilt to tit any furnace or fireplace. M. WHITE. Phone 9019-SL FOR RENT j K0R RENT-lGC-acre farm, southeast Of Wodrou. Inquire of JL'LIA JOHNSON, Newark, 111.. Box 64. i for RENT Eight room house, 228 j Washington St.; furnace, bath, gas and electricity. Inquii? lilt Post St. Telephone M:!l-Y. j FOR RENT Eight moms, furnace and bath. 422 Congress St.; V, of , "double" house; newly decorated; good order; immediate posse? sion ; house is not for salr; tenant may have long lease if desired; v. ill not rent for less than due year; rent 140; key at 417 Pearl St. Tel. 648-AVl T. B. FARRFLL. FOR RENT -Tho "Mattocks" house, 422 Poarl St., Bast Side; ei-,ht rooms, furnace, bath, garage, cement fior In cellar, hard wood floors on lower floor; large lot on bank of Fox river; property worth $8,000; rent $TiO; immediate possession : reference strictly required; seek n tenant who wants to stay some years; don't want to ront to transient or temporary resi dents. Tel. 61SAV. T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SALE 120-acro dairy farm, near city; substantial home, barns, crlbe, chicken houses and outbuildings; es tablished business; an ideal place for a man and two or three sons; only need about $4,000 cash; It's the dairy farmer that makes the money in those times; don't lot this opportunity pass O. A. CJIOWDEN, Armory Block, Ot I tawa. III. j KK"SALK7 NOT "FOR.- RlNfT My new seven-room dwelling; a j modern home; heat, light, hot and ! cold water; everything up to date. Terms: Half cash, bo lance on time i it desired. FRED S. PRIOHARD, 617 Stato St.. Ottawa, III. j LOST LOST A female collie puppy; 4 months old; buff color, with white nos and mprkings; reward. Phone i 8IS-Y. MISCELLANEOUS l.w KSTMENT 1 nave any part of $2,000 ten-year 7 per cent first mort gage gold notes, taken in exchange for property. You can have $100 or any multiple at par. Interest ceupona Jan. 15 and July IS. Tel. litS-W. T. B. FARRELL FTCl IVVESTMEN'T- I offer any part. area hundreds, of 13,000 first mort gacc. 7 per cent gold notes, for face and interest accrued to date. This is an item, takm in exchai;se for prop erty, from a person for whom I have previously purchased these notes; best src.irity, flue rate of income. 7 per cent, is (?olnff fast; you will ,oon be glad to get S. T- l. ivA . T. B, l-'SUKKL'. COAL TVt0f burntAC ; no aoot or clink- nr: bout $7: min" run $"-'; duau I ed chips $1. Call 2i7-K. I I. 1 Hm T I IW TOR SALE HOUSES POSt SALF. Ijirgo 7 room house, In good location; newly decorated; bathroom; electric, lights; 3,500. 6 room house, Wert Ottawa; toilet; gas; $1,650. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE 8 room house. Center Ot tawa; hardwood floors throughout; 2 fireplaces; very large bathroom; fur naces; SB.UOO, ons-haU cash. MISS (1ERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALf-Fine home; 7 room house; bath, pantry, etc.; modern conveniences; in good condition; hot water heating; bargain for quick sale. Call 578'L. I'TR SALE) 7 room house; bathroom, furnace, laundry, barn and ?araRe; iu first-class condition; $5,500. Also 7 room, two-story house; furnace, bath; very large lot; $4,500. 3 room house; hot water heat; all hardwood floors; laundry; barn; $7,200. All in Sonth Ottawa. Have many more hot ter barRalns than these. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE New brick 6 room bunga low; modern; in first-clas3 condi tijn; $.".3f)0. Also 6 room house; fur naco, bath, pas, laundry; $3,800. 7 room house; oak and enamel wood work; hardwood floors; very large front porch; newly painted and deco rated; $;000, All In West Ottawa. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. 1 i FOR SALE 7 room cottage; bath, gas, electric lights; S,8M, Also 5 room cottage; hardwood floors; fur nace, bsth, gas, laundry; ?",000. 7 room housa; hot water heat; coal used In 192jj for heating and cooking cost f56; bath, flue electric fixtures, gas, laundry; large barn; will be sold at a bargain. All in East Ottawa. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE 5 room pebble dash cot tage, West. Ottawa; bathroom, fur nace, hardwood floors; very largo laundry; $3,900, less than half cash. 0 room cottage; hardwood floors; laundry; $4,000. MISS OERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALE 7 room dwelling, South Ottawa; large lot; hardwood floors, fireplace, bathroom, furnace, laundry; in first-class condition. S room dwelling; bathroom, hot water heat; hurdwood floors; laundry, garage, These places, if sold immediately, can be bought for $1,000 less than a year ago. MISS GERTRUDE HARRIS. FOR SALF. One of the finest new residences, with spacious land scaped grounds, in this port of Illi nois; absolutely modern and tip to date; see me at once if interested. W. B. PUSEV, Uentinl Life Rldg. FOR SALIC A medium sized resi dence, with all the modern Improve ments, including Mtn parlor end sleep ing porch; al0 an up-to-date garage; all on a splendid lot; conveniently lo cated and proper distance from busi ness center, school, church and car linen; mu.t bv! seen to he appreciated. W. R. PUSEY. Central Life Bldg., Ottawa. IXR SALE Cottage, five rooms and bath; furnace, lights and gas; cen trally located; $2,100. W. B. PUSEY. Central Life Building. FOR SALE Five room und bath cot tage, centrally located, having fur nace, electric ligrtB, gas, city and cis tern water; price cut from $2,500 to $3,100; a bargain. W. B. PUSEY, Central Lif Rhia.. Ottawa. ! FOR SALE A dsndy, Una homi on West Jefferson St.; complete; i S4,?no. Please come in and look over I the dope on this or.o; It's good. ' Tel. fi48-W T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALE--i want to get in com munieatioa with some local son of Scandinavia who would like to huy a home near an educational institution he is proud of. P. V. L ('.: I offer a lot. 00x120; a ou and oac half stoi v franie, shingle roof. " room down, : I ami bath up; furnace, cement door m 1 cellar, cement walk?. Raraec: a dar.dy I place and a bargain; $2,S00; easy i i MM If desired Tel SMfn T U, I'AWiLLI., '.l 'I il iIV X . X V I -iii-Th PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr. C. A. Blean CHIROPRACTOR Hours: 9-n a. m., 1-4 p. m. Licensed by Illinois Bute Board aj Health , Room 211-12 llalono Bntldtna THERON L. LENA M. Warrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTORS. . Palmer School Graduates. Ottawa, 111. Office Phono 1008, Hours: 10-12, 24.. annras siz-if uvnirai i.ire huiiiiib Public Sale Calender FRED WF.6TPHAL. 2' 2 miles south of Hampeon'a store in Deer Park township, 814 mllee watt of Grand Ridge, 5 mi'es north of Leo nore, on the Mrs. Jacob Ott farm..... Stock, Farm Tools, Household Gcoda. TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 1922. JOHN OTT. Eight miles west of Grand. Ridge, eight miles southeast of Utlcs, on mile south and one-half mile weat of Hampeon's store. MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1ft28. Stock, Machinery and Household Goods. SHORTHORN SALE. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1022, i at 1 o'clock. OTTAWA FAIR GROUNDS. HARLIE C. ROGERS. C mlla cnllth 3-4 mil nSSt of LC- land, 6 J4 miles west of SheHdan, on the north boundary road of Serena townsnip. Stock and Machinery, TU ESDAY, DEC. 19, 10122. HERMAN AND ED MARTIN. Sunnyside Farm, two mllca north west of Ottawa, on Brewery Hill road. Stock and Farm Tools. VEDNESDAY, DEC. 20. 1922. REAL ESTATE Geo. A. Crowdcn Real Estate OJIbway Lots. Farm Bargain 304-305 Armory Block Ottawa. III. TIME TABLES CHICAGO, OTTAWA & PEORIA RAILWAY OTTAWA, ILL. Effective Sept. 10th. 1922. , EASTBOUND. Kant bound cars leave Ottawa at tlnn for Marstdlles, Seneca, liorria, Minooka, Rockdale and Jollet, Bl, ta a. m. a-g5:0(), bo:0. b7:3S o9:6S, bll:53. In p. m.: bl:B5, b3:5, b5:35, b7:56, bl0:00. WESTBOUND. Westbound cars taw Ottawa ata Hon tor TJtica, La SalR,, Part, Sprtni Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bwneau, rrlneo ton In a. m.: c." t7;10, d8:M, i c0:5o, cll:55. In p. m.: tl:6fc d4.E3, fo : 55, 46:55, c7:65, dl8;00. -SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leara Ottawa tta tios for Grand Ridge, McKlnley Part , and Streator In a. m : 5:55, fill, 9:56, ii:6.-.. la p. Nut f:H, - 5:56, 8:00. 11:00. a Morris. b Jollet. Princeton. d Ladd. f La Salle. t Dally except Sundays and koB days. It Dally except Saturdays, Suadajf and holidays. 1 Daily except Saturday, p Saturday's Sundaya and aontmyl only ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVl MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FROM CM A. M. TO 11:86 P. U. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO. i Via Jollet, III., and Chicago Jailot Electric Railway Effective Dec. 11th, 1922. Round Trip $2.70 One Way $1.50 Return trip limited to ten daya.) FA8T FREIGHT SERVICE. RXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL GAM AT WW RATI :