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THE DAILY NORTHWESTERN, THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 12, 1920 A WONDERFUL HELP r\lTwoSt«tt«rf Ltfe Lyifi* E. AWWdL C h a t t a n o o g a , Tenj. -- "I naed Lydia K. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound before my eaby came when I could no longer k e e p up. I t strengthened my back and relieved me of the dropsi- cal effect which 10 HE CHARGES LLOYD GEORQEi WITH VIOLATION OF AGREEMENT. i (By Henry Wood. United Press Staff ! Correspondent. ! Parfo--Premier Millerand of France ' ! Lloyd George's message asking \ ,,,,,,_ _ _ . ,,,, Roland to accept the bolshevik peace' »t such time*. It i terms was a vioJation of the agree-' ment reached by the two premiers ai their recent conference at Hythe. -t was admitted today in official circles. The French recognition of General Wrangel's regime as the de facto gov- ' - helped'wonder- fully. That was my first experi- enee w i t h the Teats after- Vegetable Compound. , wards I took it daring the Change of j ernment of southern Russia followed i I/ife and got «long «O well I aeareely ever had to lie down during the day and seldom bad dizzy fainting spells. I am now well and strong, can do all my housework with perfect ease and it is a comfort to me to be able to ·my to other suffering women Take Lydia E. Pinkham's medicine and be strong. 1 I win be .glad to have you use mv name if it will be the means of helping any one." -- Mr*. K. A. FJUBBTJBX, COB Orchard Knob Avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. For forty years this famous root and herb medicine has been pre-eminently successful in controlling the diseases of women. Merit alone ·ould have stood this teat of time. * j the cabinet meeting at which Mille- \ (rand made this assertion. ' Recognition of Wraiisel's antibol- shevik government was accorded i without consulting Britain, which, i t ' is understood, would have opposed I such a step at this tune. POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENTS. This misunderstanding: between Premiers Millerand and Lloyd George appeared likely today to bring to naught all efforts to restore peace be- . tween Russia and Poland. With tiic ' principal allies at loggerheads, the . bolsheviki are expected to be embol- , dened to keep up their drive for "\Var- j saw. Recognition of Wrangel may j . also give Trotsky and Lenine ground ^ j for a charge of bad faith against the allies, as the bolshevik leaders had- been given to understand that no such action would be taken until after the conference at Minsk at which an effort was to be made to bring about 'immediate' cessation of hostilities- pavement will take place Sept. 9. j The .diplomatic misunderstanding Mayor T. McGillan has made this for-1 between France and Britain hacl its mal announcement and has appointed Aldermen Thorn, Brezinski and Borenz members of a. committee to work with ! blamed Poland for starting the war the bridge committee, consisting of j with Russia. Poland claimed she Aldermen Diehl, Vetter and Jedwabny, started it on advice of France. This in preparing- a. fitting celebration of !.caused irritation in French ..official the event. Just what the nature ot j quarters. It was followed by word this will be has not been determined. t j, a t Lloyd "George had advised the A sufficient amotlnt of material is on · p o i es to accept the reds' terms, hand at the present time and it is expected the work will be.completed before the end of the present week. WILL OPEN NEW BRIDGE. Ceremony at Menasha Is Set for the Date of Sept. 9.. (Special to The Xorthwestern.) Menasha.--The formal opening of the new "Washington street bridge and GASTORIA For Infants and Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of FACTORY HELP WANTED--Open Shop. No Labor Trouble. Plenty of orders and material-steady work assured. Living conditions excellent. Three men for punch and" draw presses, five screw machine men, two polishers, one welder and assembler welding and cutting torches and one metal pattern maker. Piece work, and what wages do you want per hour? Write ? TURNER BRASS WORKS, SYCAMORE, ILL. TODAY'S 'ADVERTISEMENTS. BCS1XKS* OJM'OUTVXITIES. FOR SALK--Newspaper ARcncy Only Throo Hours Work; Net front. $200 par Month. Stevens Point. News Agency. Stevens Poult. Wis. W A I S T K D TO IU"if. TODAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. WASTED--MAl.K In Use For Over Thirty Years start, it was learned, when Lloyd George told the house of commons he Menasha city council went'to Apple- HYTHE TEXT IS READ. A meeting of the French cabinet was called. Premier Milleranfl, ac- ton in a body'to witness a demonstra- cording to information obtained from tion of the Appleton motor apparatus officials, read the ministers the text V of- the agreement reached with Lloyd George at Hythe covering: united allied action in the Russian Polish crisis, and then asserted that Lloyd George's message advising Poland to accept the terms constituted- a violation of the agreement. Official announcement by French foreign office that the of the flre department. Fire Chief George P. McGillan of Appleton met with the city council here yesterday afternoon and strongly recommended the purchase of a. motor for this city. It is expected the new acquisition will call for an expenditure of approximately $12,000. A telegram was received here from Milwaukee last evening announcing the death of Hiss Agnes O'Malley, who" j after. According to advices from passed away at a Milwaukee hospital England, this came as ^ S^eat sur- yesterday, following an operation per- " ~ " '" formed yesterday morning. Miss OMa'lley was born in Menasha and for a number' of years was employed M a school teacher here, engaging In. the millinery business at Green Bay _ several years ago. The remains' will 'be brought here Saturday morning- and funeral services will be held from St. Patrick's church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Mayor T. E. McGillan-has offered a ·reward of $50 for information which will lead to the location of person or persons who damaged the gate and fence at the Menasha ball park Tuesday evening. The property was re. cently purchased by the city for recreational purposes and city officials are determined to protect It against the practice of vandals. NRev. Peter Kurzejka. former pastor, of St.'John's church of this city, has been presented with a gold watch and chain by the young men of the Catholic church at Eaton, Wis., where he is engaged . as pastor at the present time. The presentation was made as an appreciation for the faithful services of the former local pastor. If some men were as big as they think they are their tailor bills would bankrupt them. A girl always thinks a man's heart Is In the right place if she possesses It. was recognized followed sHbrtly there- prise to Lloyd George, who informed the house of commons that the step had Been taken without consulting him. .' . . The Echo de Paris announced today that "Franc* wovfia.grve Wrangel all the aid in its power. .Agreements are heing sought to insure co-operation ot Roumania and possibly of Hungary In a United drive 'to overthrow the red government, this newspaper said. . *" IOWA CORN IS BADLY CURL£D_ON UPLANDS. (By' Associated Press.) Bcs-Molnes, Ta.--Corn fired and curled badly on uplands and thin soils, in many portions of the state in Ihe week ending August 10, the weekly crop bulletin issued by the United States weather bureau says. Most of the crop, however, has not yet suffered beyond recovery. Unless temperatures are above normal somewhat duTirt? .the next month. there are prospects of some corn, .the bulletin eSserts. soft REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. " Rtported to The Northwestern by the Abstract department. W. A. Harmon and W. W. Harmon, trustees, to .William* Swatscheno of Winnebago county, lot 13 in'Garden SNAPCV UMC OQINIT At the game--drink Green Riyer, a cool, refreshing drink that satisfies. You'll enjoy its distinctive flavor. Atmt, A. J. GREENKORN BOTTLING CO. BOWEST -ST. PHOXE 2187 Exact Copy of Wiappet. AVAXTEP--A Yard Man at View Hotel. Rlpon. "vi'ls. Grand WANTED--Machinists at the Scolding i.ocks Hairpin Co.- Phone Appleton Applet'on, \Vls. 2170. \\-ANTEtV-Carpentors at One.- Apply Huttcr Construction Co.. C f t i o ot the Diamond Match Co. -__. . WANTED--A Boy to Leam the Trad*. ^·h^S-^olaVo^S^ TODAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. P1UT FOr SAV.K at IT Eiist Irving Street. Phone 2"00. _ ^ FOft'SALiE--5liiil«i'P ?-^0 Tourlns Car For S:i!f nt ,i n.irnnln. Call 333 Washlnjrton Street. WAXTKI'--At 35H Main Street. All Kinds Furniture and Stoves. Phono 1715. Size F 6. \V.\NTUD TO BUY -- A LarK Hot Air Furnace. Address Caro This Office. _ _ wTNTKlTToTJ CV-- Launch. -0 to 15 Peel Li-ns; Must lip In Good Shape. Adili civ. 7. 5. Care This Office. _ "\VAXTEl TO BUY -- Scconfl-hand Decoys. One to Six Dozen. or Call at 712 Oregon St. Due!. Phono \VANTKl~TJ~BrY--lc? Box and Cash * R.'KlMer, What Have You? Stato I'.ii tu-uliim. Address K 6. Care This W A N T E D TO" ill'Y--A Hot Air or Hot Wator Hi-atiiiK I'l.int for an Bight ';oo;n Houxe. K G 1'elton. "S N. Pnrk FOR SAt-E--Household f!nml» and a Blcvcle in Flrnt C'.nss Cotulltlon. Call nt 75 Utko Street. FOR SA1,K--Toam of Horses. \Velfrht 1 300 Pounds Fur I n f o r m a t i o n Apply to Har\-- Youner. i-0 ^Y. N. Water Street. Ni-piiah. Wi 1 - of^wTKesT Carfare Paid to ?,? "£»? c£ oO A S^te Streot^ TXI IMT«UII OOHMHT. Htm YOdrt OITT. Homes, in the Fourth ward, city of Neenah, SI. etc. "V\". A. Harmon and "W. W, Harmon, trustees, to Edward D. J. Mlelke. lot 36. in Garden Homes, in the ouFrth ward, city of Neenah, SI. etc. Williaon T. Miller, a single man, of the toivn of Rushford, to Herbert A. Carpenter of, 'the town of Kushivrd. ands in section 15. town 19. range 14, SI, etc. J. "W. Meipher, single, of 'Winnebago county, to Reglna Xiemann. part of lock 20 in Ripon addition in the vil- ".age of "Winneconne, Jl. J. S. Oleson and Caroline, his wife, o Frank D. Dougherty and Emma J. Joug-herty, his wife. Icrt 15. block 2. in Gruenewald, Hilton Burdick's addl-. tion. Tenth ivard, OslikoSh, $1. Herman Ulnch, -smcle, to Albert Schumann and Anna, his wife, and survivor, lot 19 and part of lot 18, block 63. in the Sixth ward, Oshkosh. 51. Fred T. Bennett and Mildred C.. his wife, 'to Charles H. Fraleisrh and Martha. "W. Fraleig-h, his wife, and survivor, land in section 17, town 18, range 15. $1, etc. TODAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. ESSEX FIVE Passenger, Excellent Condition; a- Bargain for Quick Sale, $1,375. an be Seen Sunday Before 3 p. in. at 242 Merritt Street or by Appointment Phone 1104. JfOTICE. XOTICE Is Hereby Given That I Will Not be Responsible for Any Bills c - ,V-",,TV, tv-m-tt-ntoaa WIs Contracted by Any Other Than Mv- Sanitarium. Wauu atosa. u IB. Classified Advertising OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN CLASSIFIED RATES Thlrty'words or less, one time.' 50c. Second and subsequent consecutive Insertions. 30c each. All additional lines, first insertion. lOr prr line: each subsequent In^rtlon 60 per line. (Six words to the line.) , ' Monthlv ads fno change of copy)" $1.50 per line per month. * Dlsplav classified ads charjr«d by the line. 12 lines to the Inch. CLOSING HOURS: AH classified ads must be in the office bv 10 a. m' if same are to be inserted the same day and classified. ' OUT-OF-TOWN ADS must be accompanied with cash in full payment. Count the words carefully and remit in accordance with the above rates. The Northwestern reserves the richt to classify all ads according to the rules. Adverfisemsnts ordered by telephone are accepted from pertons listed in the telephone or city dfrectorv on memorandum charts only. In return for this courtesy, the advertiser i» expected to nay within a week at thfs office. Phone 91. TODAY'S ADVERTISEMENTS. WATSTRP--FTCTIAT.f^ WET.P. W \XTED--Woman to Help Cooking- at Tremont Hotel. With WA.NTED--Women for Cleaning and General Housework. Milwaukee self. .James A. Xesbitt, Green Bay. WANTED--Two Dining Girls, $3o and Wis. - $40 per Month. Board and Room. 'Inquire Grand View Hotel, Ripon. APW.E3 AT OMRO. NEXT Time Tou Take That Auto Trip Drive Through Omro and Get _ Bushel Basket Full of Early Duchess Apples for ?1. Phone or Write John " Bennett. SfOTJCE. ALL Horseshoeing Shops Will Be Closed in Oshkosh and Vicinity Saturday, Aug. 14. Xational Horseshoers' Protective Association Local 312 FOR- RENT--HOUSE. WANTED--Competent Girl or Woman for Genera! Housework: Good Wages. Phone 1344 or Call at 65 Grove Street. WAXTED AT OXCE--Woman or Girl to Help Do Cleaning. Short Hours and Good Wages. Call Mrs. Athearn, Athearn Hotal. WAXTED--Competent Maid for General Housework. Inquire Mrs. G. W. Helsler, 342 Park Street, Menasha, or Phone'367 Men'asha. WAXTED--Girl for (Jeneral House- FOR SALE--Summer Cottagre, Com- I work: No Washing: Good Wases. pletely Furnished, at Black Wolf Mrs. P. V. Lawson. "27 Xaymut Street. Point. Phone 2257 at Xoon or Between 6 and 7 In the Evening-.' Mpnasha. Phonp 208. WAXTED--Competent Stenographer; One Who Has Had General Office Experience Preferred. Write Dairy Belt Cheese and Butter Co., Spencer, Wis. WANTED AT ONCK Kewanoe. WAXTBD. Patcher. Cabinet Maker. Bench Man for Veneer Room and Rip Saw Man. 50 Hour Week. Good Wages. SCHUMANN PIANO COMPANY. Rockford. - - Illinois. W A JfTED--SA1.ESMEW. SALESMEN to Represent Us In the County as Our Branch Manager. We Offer Tou an O p p o r t u n i t y to Eng-!i!re In a Business of Tour Ow'n. W i t h a Good Line of Products. Calling on the Factories and -Retail Trade. Write Telling What Tou Have Done. Give Some Business References. F. W. Stanke Co., Inc.. 102 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, Wis. FOR SALK--If'lG Ford TourlnK Car In A-l Condition: S3GO If Taken This Week. O.ill nt 15 Boj^l jJlrent. FOR~S.vT.K--A Pillno. KxOMlent Make. In Good Condition: Cheap fi'r C»-h. Call at Jii Nfirthwet-tern Avenue or num.- -litSt FOR SALIO r H K A P -- V i v e Passenger Ford T n u r l n t r Car In V - l C o n d i t i o n ; W i l l Tr.ule for L-irprer Onr. I n q u i r e at Tiro Co, 14-lf. M e r r i t t Street. FOn.^AUE --1917 L l K h t W v l n h t Tour- Ins Car: 11 Real Bargain for Quick rash. Good Tlr,.-* and A-l Condition: Looks Llkf N'ew. 147 Ashlund Ave. RUT A RKMTNGTON---IT LASTS. J. E RUSSELL. US M-UN STREET. PHONE 651. FOR SALE--Flvo PiiMsenKcr A u t o m o bile in Good Condition, Ju-n I'ltiut- ed; $-00 Takes It. Oshkosh Mavlm- Supply Co.. IS Main Street. Phone FO11 SALE--Kitchen Rnnc;p In Good Condition: U n a .Six Gi-Ulilk'S, Reservoir and W n r m l i i K Ov«n. I'all Morn- c« at Bit Liberty Sttwiet or Phono FOR SALI3--Steel Top Hang". Globe Make. Liko New; Library Table and Four Kitchen Chairs: Party Leaving City. Inquire at HO- South Main Street. FOR SALE--One L'OO Pound P l a t f o r m Scalp, One Anvil. Ono Bel Iowa and Some Tools: Cheap for Quick Sale, in- q u i r e at 54 Light Street. Wetland. Xordhtuis FOR SALU--A Harloy-Dsivldaon Thn-e Speed Motorcycle W i t h Sklrcur, In Fn"H Class C o n d i t i o n : a Barjrnln If Taken at On-". I-t II. SchrnHlcy. J t r r r l t t Street. FOR SALE--One Columbia Phonograph. Plays Dine RoccirdB: Price. $35; Also Hn,v« Two Tapered l-'orcli Columns 7 Feet High and 10 Inches In Diameter: Price. JH.- Phono 4307 or Call lU (U2 Twelfth Street. FOR SALE--North Rlileo Chemical Dust Mops. Dusters. Bath, Com plexlon. A u t n Cloanlner and Window Brushes W i t h Extension Handles. A Hundred D i f f e r e n t K i n d s of Sanitary "Wire Grip" Brushes to Answer Every Need. For Demonstration Write or Telephone Sarah Morg-an, liir, Elm Street. Phone 833. Free Brush Given With Every" Order. Corner of State and Wausroo Streets Oshkosh. Bareain Close Out Sale of USED FORDS Prices Marked In Plain Figures. Corne Early, These Are Real Bargains F O R D G A R A G 13. 82 State Strpnt. TYPISWHTTF.RS REPAIRED. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.. 173 Main Street. Phone 81.1. $30 WEEKLT UP. Home Work, Experience Unnecessary: EverythtnR Furnished Send Self Address R t n m p ed Envelope for Free Pnrtl'"jl:ir =. Kurn Candy Makers Co., Phlladtlplua. Pa. FALESMKX--No TSxPertence Required. We Teach M-n Who Will Work Tlis'it Hours p«r Day o Sell Stock: Must b« A b l e to Tell the Truth About Ou- Proposition: Wo Invite the Critical Stiver's A t t e n t i o n ; $1.000 Bond -Required: ^" ' on Commission Basis, '"al". Morntnsrs or Write P.. A. -Eck- FOR RENT--Jtrictly Modern F u r - »*e!n Co.. US'/- Mp'n Sfr«et. Oshlmsh, . nlphed Rooms by the D n y or Week Wi.». Wo Want Salesmen in Sura t; 431 Seventh Street or Phone :M12 r n u n d i n f T T.' I I K N T -- F I J I l X I S I l K n R O O t l * . w/WTEC 1 --AGT5ST.-*. FOR SALE Just a few from the Wonder Bargain list of Crane Chase: 721 Broad Street 81,100 267 Forest Avenue $1.400 143 Cherry Avenue S1.5OO 2 East Xcw York A*e., $1,600 153 Wright Street $1,700 554 Main Street 52,200 237 Prospect Avenue.. . .$2,4OO 158 Kvans Street S2.5OO 30 Folton Street 82,900 340 West Xetv York Arc.. S3.OOO 117 Ashland Avenue $3,100 121 Ashland A-venne 83,100 125 Ashland Avenue .83,100 169 Cherry Avenue S3.200 181 Wright Street 83,SOO 4f,0 Elm Street 84,400 405 Wisconsin A-» enue.. S4.60fl 471 Main Street $5,000 100 Union Street *5,r,oo 2«» West Xew York Ave., $5,300 203 West Xew York Ave.. 87,000 780 Main Street 83,900 242 MerrKt Street $7,500 280 Ceapc Street $3,700 WAXTED--Three Experienced Walters. One Dishwasher to Handle Dishwashing Machine: Will Pay $12 to S14 per Week and Board. Write to Wm. G Utz. Hotel Gilpatrlck Cafe. 223-225 Third Street. Milwaukee. \v*vrnn--TO WANTED TO RENT--A Sis or Seven Room Modern House. Call Phone 1166. "WANTED TO RENT--Two or Three Light Housekeeping Rooms. Call 2327. "WANTED TO RFJNT--An "Upper or Lower Flat or Hou^e. Modern or Partly Modern;by Younif Co'iple With No Children. Phone 4338 or 967. WAXTED TO RKNT--Couple Without Children Want Four or More Rooms, Modern Bungalow, Apartment or Duplex Immediately. Address L 6. Care This Orric». WANTED TO RENT--A Piece of Improved Property Either on Oregron or North Main Street. Suitable for Garage. Address Box 83, Oshkosb. WIs. Lars' Manufacturer Wants I-'OK 5-iI.E--CITY P R O I ' K R T T . Agents to S?ll Hosiery. Underwear. /It'T'- ' V- ilrtB. Dresses, Skirts. Wafsts. Shoeii. J.'iTiJL'^ll^J- - FOR SALE-- Modern Re.."Id?noe. Ne Painted. Fine Home. Call 51 North BALK--PaiUv Modern Rich Hoom Hm;s..- W i t h Klectrlo Lights urnacp. Excellent Cellar. Rrrc"n orch and GiQd Well. Call at 9C Sh C'.othitiE-. TCtc. ' Write tor Free R a m - pics. Martlaon Mills. 503 Broadway, j X«w York. j . $M~WEEKX.T TIP: Hom"e~Work. Ex- | i vc 'J.? fn , ""."';!,7;i' perlenre Unnecessary: K v e r v t h l n c j _ __.." __.-_--' Furnished Send Self A-Mr^-c^d j jron. -?A:.n-- HPvrn Room Houft» and Stamped Envelope for Fred l ' a r t l - n - I H-vavhold F u r n i t u r e . I n c - l u r t i n j , lars. Kurn Candy Makers Co.. P h l l a - i Ff-u'li. r P.crt-% f c K - r ^ f d l n c Coal Stov rldnhia. Pa. _ j and " 3 .-t .Iron TinitKf- tisll , 3've'iteentii Strict. BBLP ·WA7TTED--MAf/E OH FT.M ".T.r; S'ANTKH Til BUY--10 or SO Acres W i t h StiH-k .Hid Machinery nt a aix.un Addiu^s 7 Frederick Ave- ii.- nr I'hnni- "MI* A f t e r S o'clock. V A N T TO BlTy--Six 'or Seven Room Modem or Fart I v Modern House lear liiislneSM district: State Loeatic^ nd Trice. Address r G, Cave This SECRET SOCIETIES. MASONIC JVOTICIW. CENTEXJOAL LOIX3E No. 205. T. A .M. Stats communications first and third Fridays ot each month. Next regular communication Sept. 3. 1920. 7-30 p. m W. W. Sterling. W. M.: H. W. Reeck. secretary. OSHKOSH LODGE No. 27. P. A. M. . co r nin"?il r 'atlon9 sec- nd and fourth Tue'rtayi n; each month Regular com- munlcati-in Tuesday, Aug. 10. C. J. Cro-vell. W. M.: O. H. Mnnzer. secretary. _ TVRIAN CH \PTBR Xn. 15. T* A. M. Stated convocation Brst and third Mnndavp of each month. Next stated convocation Monday. Sept. jn Prank C. Plnkerton. E. H. P.; C. S. Brnst. secretary. OSHKOSH COMMANDERY NO 11. Knights Templar. Stated conclaves second and fourth sday of each month. Next stated conclave WednpK- day. Sept. S. Visiting Sir Knlehts eordiallv welcome. Charles F. Stncee. recorder. . VAXTgD TO BUY OR RENT--An K ' ^ h t or Toll Koom House. Modern ii- r.uth Modem; Will Take I'osses- ton at Om-e. Address J C. Care Thts itt'fi-.' VANT1SD TO niTY--50 to 65 Foot i'»Inn Crul^or. Sleeping Aeeommo- l.itlnns for !'"oiir to Ten People. Give ·'nil Paiticuliirs. Address G 6. Cain ·hi* On'ire. | J - A I I M « Foil «Al.K- 'OTi PAl.K--150 Arro Farm, 7 Mile" West of Oshkiwh. Good Land. New B n l l d l n e s u Hnr-sei ·lO Head of Cattle. 11 Crop 1 * and M nan. F. R, A. Bldcr. Paul Rerte- FARM BARGAIN--An SO Acre Farm Loenti-rt 4 U Miles from Oshkosh. 3nod n t t l l d l n c s . Finn Land, Ten Cows. Tlutv Horses. Complete Una of Ma- chlnirv anil Crop: Trice. $15.000. See or W r i t e Tim R. AHi»n,_SJHU?h_Strcet. FOR S.VLK--1£6 ~ Acres. 45 Acres "leiu-ed. Good House. Lop Ba.ru. Orchard. Some Tlmlier. All Fotired, Mile from Atilwii; Price. $4.300: Terms; Personal Property May be TODAY'S SAVED You Buy "Victory, Specially Screened Coal. Cook Brown T-Une Cc^ ^_ _ E1GI1T PEnTKXT OX YOIL'H MONEY WK Can Furnish You with the Bsat First Farm Mortsaae Loans on Improved Farms Which Will Pay You S Percent on Your Monoy. For Particulars Write to the First National Banlc. Carlylc. M-nt. J. H. Haigh. President. NOTICE! I HAYT3 Moved My Tlnshop from 515 Tenth Street to 432 Seventh Street. Rlijht Back of South Side City Market. Furnaces, Kavetroushs. Piping and All Kinds of Repair Work. Phone 2322. Prompt Service. BEN MOSER Tin and Sheet Iron Works WOOD Wis. Hocrsch, Ani- FOUND -- A ICoildk. Owner May Have Same- by Proving Property Paynn: tor This Advertisement. Inquire r A. T., Care This Office. LOST. r.OST--Cameo Brooch on "Evans, Merr l t t or Mnln Streets; Valued as Keepsake Return to This Office or Phone 24S.1 and Receive Reward. LO^'f^CMnsonlc~Embi»m Klnsr With - - - - Finder Kindly .. r Bohlendorf 816 South Mnln Street, and Diamond Settlnir. R e t u r n tf " R r c c l v e Lilinral Reward. ST--One C .r Cord Tire. 34x4, on Rhn, on r-Cnupp Street or Seventh Street Road, S u t u r d u y , AUK. 7. Finder K i n d l y Return to or Notify Carver Ico Cream Co. Phone 7D7. Reward. LOST--Black Velvet Baij. Monotrram 15 B. C o n t a i n i n g Sum o£ Money. Sunday, Between Fond du TJIIC aaid Oshkosh. Reward of One-half It Ret u r n e d Mlis Einnin Drunlchorat. 261 13. Ariidt Street, Fond du Lac. WIs I'hone ;105-I Fond du Lac. HAVI3 YOUIl TI.V HOOF 1'AIXTEO. ,'VLL, Kinds ot "Roof Work at Low Flcures. I Patch, Shlnglo and Apply Rootlnjr Paper and Do Carpenter Work In or Out of Town, Phone 1692 or MILL WOOD Already for the Stove. $4.00: 12 Inch Mixed Slabwood.^50 Percent Hardwood. S7 00: 12 Tr.ch Hardwood Slabs. 58.00: 16 Inch Hardwood Slabs. SS.OO. Thoroughly Dry Sinck. Telephone 2S44. Chaa. Durant. BLADES SHARPENED WE Sharpen All Makes Blades or P.azors. Also Shears and Cutlery; Blades 2c Fach, Single or Doubls ISdfre- Razors Ground-Honed. 25c: Hollow Ground Blades, lOc. Brinjr Yours In Today. Send Cash With Mail Orders to Keen Edge Co, Oshkosh, WIs. Leave at Me.nzel's. 331 Main. Our Ninth Tear In the Business. WISCOXSEV KARJI LAJTDS. LAKDOLOGT. a Magazine Giving the Facts In Regard to tlte Land Situation. Three Months' Subscription. FREE. If for a Home or as an Investment Tou arn Thinking,of Buying' Good Farm Lands, Simply Writfe Ma n Letter and Say, "Mail Me LA7TD- OLOGY and All Particulars FHBB."' Address Editor. Landolosy. Skidmore Land Co., 17G Skidmore Building:. Marinette. "Wls. osuKosrr AND BERI-IX MOTOR - nus SEH.VICK. \LTj the Way Between Berlin and Oshkosh. Bonded Carriers. Schedule Starting AYednesday, Aug. 11: Leaves Berlin. Arrives Oshkdsn- YOU are Not Confined in a Hot, Stuffy Room. But Can Iron on the Porch or In the Cool Shadi) of a Troo. Price Only jn.OO. Kttz Ffall. Hardware, 179 Main Street. COLLECTIOJVS. CLAIMS of Any Description Collected Anywhere on a Percentage Basis. Book Accounts, Etc.. Also Bought Outright for Cash. Commercial Service Bureau. Suite 20't Castle-Plefco Build- ins. 25-27 High Street. Oshkosh. WIs. _ _ , NOTICE. IF You W a n t to Sell Your Home. See Me. Jf You Want to Buy a Home, Seo Mr Before You Buv. Have Bu*!n«'S3 Property and Farms For Sale or Tridc. TI". S. Yancy. 20.1 Cherry Avenue, Oshkosh Phc'ie MS2. .KIHPPI5TO. TUT R A T E S on Hou-eliold Ooods to Pnr-Iflc Coast a n d Other Points. Superior Service at Reduced Rates. The Boyd Transfer Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. O S I I K O S I f CISTRRX *. TANK CO. A WOODHN ffSTKRN. T a n k - o r Silo In P.cst. Made of California Rod- wood, the Best Lumber on the Market. Price 1 ? Reasonable. 42S Seventh Street. Phone 1453 Residence Phono 3333. SAT.TS. ALL of thc,R«al Estate and Personal Property of. Kla Camp No. -5102, Modern Woodman of j\m»ric.-i. Ln- catcd in t h n Town of TJtira, W i n n e - ba^co County, Wisconsin, Conslstlnp of t h e Trail. Barns nnil C'ontonts. To- n-ethf-r W i t h th«- Land on W h i c h Tlu-y Stand. W i l l lie Sold nt Public A u c t i o n on thf 2nd Dnv of S-pfmber. 1S20. nf 2 o'cl'Tk P. rii .it the Front Door of Sold Hall In th- Said Town of r'tica. TfrniH of Kal«. r a i n ' .Tame 1 ! E Shea, P r e ^ I d ^ n t : Rnx" A N r 'U'e|], Secretitry. " SOME REAL CAR BARGAINS. or Motorcycles Preferred. SaU'^men Xow Earning- from JSO to S300 a Week. Can be Sold In Practically SALT?--Pc-ven Ii.o,m I Bar:i. LarKi- Lot, r -!!ar. H-, Ono 1017 KIsi'i-Si~ Touring, Xew Tires And Rofinl-.h^d. On" 1917 Dodee Tonrinsr Looks I_,ik« One 1'UR Dodge Touring. In A-l W i t h \ rj,,,. T.nf, Chevrolet Tnurlns. a Rpal - , ; ' : · ' · ! ''·"'--in. Via. Waukau.. , 6:30 asm. -.S:OOa.m. Vlu Bureka.... 7:30 a.'m. "9:00 a. m. Via Waukau... 10*30 a.-m. 12:00 a. m. Via Eureka.... 1:40 p. m. 3:10 p.m. Via WauKau... 4:30 p. m. 6:00 p.m. Leaves Arrives Oahkosh" Berlin. Via Eureka.-- 8:20 a, m. 10:00 a-m. Via Waukau... -9:30 a. m. ll:QOa.m. Via. Eureka -2:20p.m. '4:OOp.Tn.- Vla Eureka. . . » · 4tSO p.-m.-- - S y j O p . m . Via Waukau... 6:20 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Oshkosh Headquarters Near Athearn Hotel. L1SGAI, XOTICE. COUNTY Court. Winnebago ^County. . Wisconsin--In Probate, - · . In the matter of the will of Helen G. Dnvls. deceased. Notice IB hereby " g-fven' that at a special term ot the county court to be held In and for said county at the court house In the city'of Oshkosh. In aald county, on the second Tuesday ( b e i n g the 14th day) of September. A. D. 13'JO. at the opening of court on said day. the following- matter will be heard andaconsidered: The application of Sarah ,Davis Weed, executrix of' the will 'of Helen C. TJnvIs. deceased, late of the city of Oshknsh, In said count'y. for the examination and allowance.of her final account and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said deceased to such persons as are by law entitled thereto: and for the determination and .Tdjudlcation of the Inheritance tax. if any. payafcle in said estate, and for the allowance of claims paid without filing as set forth in her report. Dated August 3th. A, D. 1920. Bv the court, Fred BeulinBer. County .Tudffe. Weed Hollister. Attorneys for Administratrix. Pub. AUR. 5--12--19. ' Wlnneliaso County. Kcllpse Feed Water Heater Purifier Company, Oshkosh. International Wire Works. Menasha. * Jcrsild Fire Escape Company. Xee-nah. La Americana M i n i n g Exploration Company. Xeenah. Al.'irnot Leather Mttt Company. Th* O^hkosh. Menasha Furniture* Company, Me-- na.°ha. Mooaslia Land Company. Menasha. Opera Amusement Company., The Ohko-h. Oshkosh Washing Machine Com- pnr.v, (""Mhkosh. Oshknsh Sapar Company. Oshkosh. o~hko»h A m u s e m e n t Company, Osh- Company. The 0. H.. Osh- ANYONE Havlns: an Elfeht or Ten Room Furnished Cottage on Lake Wlnnebaeo For Rent Durlnsr August and September Will Find it to Their Advantage to Communicate With Crane Chase. Telephone 331. FOR RKNT. FOR RENT--Garaee at 132 Winnebago Street. M. .T. Allen. OPHKOSH OPTICAt, HOTTSE. OPPOSITE Postofflce. Old Established House. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted. Replace Any Broken Lens or Repair Any Frame or Mounting. We Appreciate Tour Work. "WHO 'WAXTS A BARGAIN! Doors. Big Lot, Garden Spot, on Improved Street. 72 Grand Avenue; 11,400 Ta^ff It. Phono 32M . . . SEVEN Room House. Gas. Good Well And about thirty others which we I and cistern. Storm Windows and are not permitted to advertise in public print. Everything on terms agreeable to the buyer's convenience. Pleas* call at our office. It costs nothing: to talk it over. CRANE CHASE 104 Main Street -- Telephone 951 WINNECONNE BUS (Bonded Carrler LEAVES Oshkosh 10 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Leaves Winneeonne 3 a. m. and 1:30 p. ro. Except Sundays. Sundays. Oshkosh 9 a. m.. 5 p. m. and 10'30 p. m Sundays. Wlnneeonns, S a, m., 4 p. m. and 7 p. m. O»hko»h Station at Street Car Terminal. Grimm Xltecht, Proprietors. INTER-COUNTY AUTO BUS LINE Banded Currier* Between Oshkosh and Fond dti Lac. Leave Oshkosh 7:00 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00 and 7 p. m. Leave Fond du Lac, ErvinTf hotel, S:30 a. m.. 12:00 m. and 4:00 and 8:15 p m. Fare, Sic, War Tax, 4c. Phons Oshkosh 3365. ,«rieeHter, In A-l Condition. DANE FOR the Hlghefit Market Price Brinsr Tour Cattle, Hbgs and Calves to the Soo Line Stockyards, Monday, Aug 16. Phone 1657. SHOES DYED SHOES of Any Color Dyed Black. Suede Shoes Cleaned (Any Color). All Colors of Polish on Sale Here. Oar White Cleaner is the Best on the Market. All Sizes and Colors of Shoa Strings. George's Hat Shop, 3 Algroma Street. Phone $1$. THE STERLING WALK CONSTRUCTED In Accordance With the Latest and Best Known Methods of Cement Walk Construction. Sidewalks, Driveways. Basement Floors. Garaire Floors. Etc. Office 42 Main Street. Phone 535. J. A. Tfemltz, Contractor. Weldinsr and Cuttinar. Expert Workmanship on Cast Iron. Steel. Malleable Iron. Brass. Copper and ALUMIXCM. Aiken Weldinsr Co. ·It North Park Avenue. Phone ««S. OLD HATS MADE NEW LADIES' Straw Hats Dyed Any Color, and Reblocked to Conform to the Latest Style. Men's Straw and Felt Hals Cleaned and Reblocked. Panama Hats Bleached and Reblocked. Charges Reasonable. George's Hat Shop, 3 Alg-oma Street. PhOD* · IIS. Mall Orders Solicited. FOR SALE--Neat. Cozy f-Vvi-rf Room Modern HOUP~, N'o. 11 Sprure Str*-^t. Finished In Oak W i t h Jl.irdwood Floors and Flrfpla^'.. Ga.s and lilf-r- trlrlty, Fiirn.icr-. R a t h . Hot and fold Rnsl Buy. Onr- 1914 O^rland Roadster, Start- Water, Cement v\l! In T. Klf-ctric Lights. Orir- 1^16 Overland Bnrsrnin. Touring. Shape- I" Now Var;sn' a n d "".in Give I One 1914 Overland Touring, Refin- Kcuren. 7 ~hurcli -Strc«-t Fr.ink R V;in T I K E THK CI.I3CK OUT of Cl'.nker by U.«!nc Victory Coa:. Cook Brown Lime Co. H. KRIPPENE MT Tin=hop IB Nov.- Located nt 1»S Wa')2"o. Thr»« and One-half Short Blocks Down Samo Street. Near i Kranrr's Grocery Stor«-. Tinsmith- ine, Eavotroufthlntr. Furnaces Repaired and Installed. Prices Reason- Will Sell Cheap. Onp 1914 r"ross Country Rambler. A T'.fft] Dnrcain. On" 1914 Kis-iol Kar. Will Sell Cheap. One Flanders Touring Car, New Tiros. $100 Tak-s It. On*. l 6 m Ford Touring. Refinished And Many Bxtras. Thrco 1917 Ford Tonrintr. in \.-l Condition. Real Bargains. On" 1320 Ford Coupe. Brand New, M a n y Extras. Oshkosh Anto Exchange 235--237 Main Street.--Phone 3108j a n report Is not fi!»rt in this offu-e prior thereto and payn^nr made of forfeit fee and costs of publication -provided. ),trv of P t a r c P' M e i l i n Hull. Secre- \i;c. 5--12 -- 13. l,KO U. ·\OTIfK. COPXTY ("ouit. Wmnebasro Coun'.r. -onsin- -- Tn St.itr of "\\ isransin. Xotii-c i." hereby trivcn that at T. rccrnl.i; term of the countv court to V 1 hp.'l in tnd :or sai*1 county at *i"i£ r-'jri · o'ife in 'he ity of O=hkosh. ,n ",,,id roiintv, on '{·· first Tuesday (b.M^c 'h- T t n da") u: rientcmber. A. t' 1'*^^ a r I' 1 .) clr.fk a, m. the following m a t t e r -ni.l be.hcard and consul' rr-ii '" , ,,. The application of Amalie Ei?en- si hni,H. ''Tefutr-. 1 ;. of the -^'ii! ot WHlinm KI»en-«chmidt. late of the c\~ of O?'nkof,h. in said county, fie- "WE SKI.t. FARMS" ;20 a-r! farm near Appleton. 100 ncr«*i undir plow, balance maple and rock elm timber: ziod buildings and f t i l i v ^quipped -with stock and mft- chlacrv. Price 520.000 complete. 240 acre farm with modern bulld- Ing* ~ complete sets if machinery and 2S head cattle, hor-cs and tractor with plows. Price S42.000 complete snd will consider Income property in ; e-n; n«e. Have party w i t h 1.120 acre? of Montana Isnd: about 200 acre.-' are under cultivation. Wishes to trade for Wisconsin farm or city property. A. W. Roegner Co. » Sttltf .T--117 Mnln Street OSHKOSH ,. * Phone* »Z1--3TS ' FOR SALE A Wonderful Opportunity for srettmg into an F.Htnhl*«hod Ituxlnetii. Not much experirnre necessary--for a oractlral msr. who co'sld art as secretary of the eoinpan\ at a salary of SS.OOCi a yar to start w i t n , This Is t h e i r banner cnr. G r o w i n g nil the time, .and af- for.lt an opportunity not vcrv often oftered. Will invite _tho strictest In%-estlKation. f o r f u r t h e r Information «e? KD T. coi,;:--r,r. Main St. Pbnnc 2«01 f he 7 - final nrcornt as such ex; .nd for t h e 2=MKnment ^f the r f ^ i d n e f-' saul e?t-*to t° suc-h per? A n^ as are by law e n ' l t l e d thereto. Pat«d AiipuFl Hh. \. D. 19;i\_ Bv the court. Fred Bep'tn^er, C o u n t y Judge. Pub. Ai'.g S--11--19. .vnoi'T ACRES OF T..-OfI» Ba id wood lloor ar.d oak Snish dow-nstnirt. Upstairs not fln- ished. Chicken coop. barn, apple trees, cherry tree', potatoes. cabbage, other vegetables, cow. hoR. chickens--evcrvthinn srocs. Owner leaving Oshkosh. For particulars see Frank I- Pitch f,o., Rpnltot* 1:10 Main S:. Poone*--OfHce "r.3. R*». 3731 :WSPAPER| NEWSPAPER!